Mark Mills Papers

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Mark Mills Papers

Special Collections Department



Robert E. Kennedy Library

1 Grand Avenue

California Polytechnic State University

San Luis Obispo, CA 93407

Contact Information

  • Special Collections Department
  • Robert E. Kennedy Library
  • 1 Grand Avenue
  • California Polytechnic State University
  • San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
  • Phone: 805/756-2305
  • Fax: 805/756-5770
  • Email: archives@lib.calpoly.edu
  • URL: http://www.lib.calpoly.edu/specialcollections/
Processed by:
Cailin Swarm
Processed by:
Catherine J. Trujillo
Date Completed:
2012
© 2012 Trustees of the California State University. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Mark Mills Papers
Date (inclusive): 1939-2010
Date (bulk): (bulk 1950-1995)
Collection number: MS 175
Creator: Mills, Mark, (1921-2007)
Extent: 14 boxes, 24 flat file drawers, 11.18 linear feet
Repository: Special Collections and Archives, Robert E. Kennedy Library California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California 93407
Abstract: The papers of Architect Mark Mills are comprised of correspondence, legal documents, photographs, architectural drawings and plans, marketing and public relations materials for his practice, and presentation drawings. Architectural plans and drawings for single-family residences, ranging from 1950-1995 make up the bulk of the collection.

Provenance

Donated in 2010.

Restrictions on Access

Collection is open to qualified researchers by appointment only. For more information on access policies and to obtain a copy of the Researcher Registration form, please visit the Special Collections Access page.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

In order to reproduce, publish, broadcast, exhibit, and/or quote from this material, researchers must submit a written request and obtain formal permission from Special Collections, Cal Poly, as the owner of the physical collection.
Photocopying of material is permitted at staff discretion and provided on a fee basis. Photocopies are not to be used for any purpose other than for private study, scholarship, or research. Special Collections staff reserves the right to limit photocopying and deny access or reproduction in cases when, in the opinion of staff, the original materials would be harmed.

Preferred Citation

Mark Mills Papers, Special Collections, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

Biographical Note

Mark Mills by Janey Bennett, January 12, 2012
Mark Mills (1921-2007) was an architect working in the second half of the 20 thcentury, mostly in Carmel, California. He apprenticed to Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West from 1944 to 1948. He had completed a degree in engineering at the University of Colorado and was working as a draftsman in an architectural office in Phoenix before he was approached by Wright, who said "You'll draw for me. You understand I can't pay you." And Mills answered, "And I can't pay you, either." And so it was agreed.
Mills and classmate Paolo Soleri left Taliesin together, under a sort of cloud having to do with Wright's fear they would steal a client from him. (They didn't.) Together they built an early experimental house in the desert, using a glass dome and a heat-absorbing mass, early attempts to manipulate solar heat. Mills then moved to California and began designing and building residential projects.
His work combines solutions to puzzles of gravity and connectors, of form and site, of volumes and light. And most of all, he makes brilliant use of wood, glass, and stone. Light penetrates his buildings in unexpected places. Wood glows alongside rough stone embedded in concrete. The edges are clean and sharp, but the substances are earthy and nourishing.
His houses are often elaborate puzzles. He thought each of them through completely before he began to draw. He never drew rough sketches. He drew one set of drawings, and that only after he had solved all the connections and weight-bearing problems and materials choices. One set. No erasures...and then he built them.
His engineering background made his solutions more powerful than the sky-hook solutions of artist-architects who don't know how to accomplish what they draw...although he was certainly an artist at the same time.
His designs were guided by his desire to use local materials, recyclable manufactured pieces, and wood as close to its original form as possible. He used barrel-vault roof elements manufactured for Safeway stores and sold as salvage; he often covered hot-mopped roofing paper with crushed walnut shells from the central valley of California; and several of his homes were manufactured from timbers of a disassembled nineteenth century bridge from the San Francisco area.
There was humility about Mark that meant he didn't promote his practice the way big city architects did. If clients found him, fine. If not, well, someone else would. If clients wanted a simple house, he designed what they wanted, bringing only his vocabulary of modest and local building materials used in a humble but ethical way. But if a client wanted to engage an interesting site, and wanted to give Mills free rein, the resulting buildings were amazing.
Additional Biographical Information
Mills was born in Jerome, Arizona to the manager of a copper mine there. He attended the University of Colorado where he received a Bachelor of Science in architectural engineering. Upon graduation he returned to Arizona to work as a draftsman for the architecture firm Lescher and Mahoney. Shortly after starting there, he received a telegram inviting him to meet the renowned Frank Lloyd Wright. In 1944, Mills interviewed with Wright for an apprenticeship at his firm, Taliesin West. Mills moved to Scottsdale, AZ and spent the next four years working under Wright and learning about design and building from the ground up.
In 1948, Mills and Paolo Soleri got their first commission for a small desert residence in Cave Creek, AZ. Dome House as it came to be known, was primarily a concrete cave dug into the desert floor with a large dome over one section. The glass panels of the "umbrella" could be rotated to follow the path of the sun, thus providing passive solar heating and cooling.
After building the Dome House, Mills and Soleri parted ways, Soleri returning to his native Italy and Mills heading west to San Francisco. In San Francisco, Mills worked briefly for the firm Anshen + Allen before settling in Carmel where he started his own practice. He worked alone from his home in Carmel for the next 52 years until his death in 2007.
Carmel and Big Sur provided Mills with clients who had unique ideas about how they wanted to live. Some of these clients allowed him to design structures on seemingly "unbuildable" sites. In addition to the wishes of his clients, Mills had what he called "the silent client." This was the site itself. He respected it. His structures fit gracefully into their natural surroundings. They preserve, not violate, the environment. They do not exist to make an "architectural statement." Often, they seem hidden until one comes close to them.
Though structures designed by Mills are very different from each other, they bear his character: structural elegance and a reverence for space. Imagination aided by a background in architectural engineering allowed him to push boundaries beyond other architects of his time. Some of his most famous works are residences such as Copper Spine House or Hass House that are anchored into the cliffs along the seashore and use concrete shell roofs.
Sources
Bennett, Janey. "Work of Mark Mills: Structural Elegance and A Sense of Reverent Space." Journal of the Taliesin Fellows. Issue 10, Spring 1993, pgs 18-29.
Gordon, Alastair. "Maritime Modern." Architectural Digest. October 2009, Vol. 66, Issue 10, pgs. 50-53.
Gordon, Alastair. "Outlaw Architect." Dwell Magazine. July/August 2004, Vol. 4, No. 7, pgs. 101-107.
Mills, Barbara. 4 January 2012. Biographical Note editorial.

Scope and Content Note

The Mark Mills Papers contains the drawings of architect Mark Mills (1921-2007) of Carmel, California. Included are process drawings, photographs, specifications, correspondence, presentation materials, office records, published materials on Mark Mills, and personal notes and reference files. Architectural plans, elevations, sections and details documenting his extensive career in private practice dating from 1950 to the mid-1990s make up the bulk of the collection.
The Mark Mills Papers are divided into four series:
1. Personal Papers, 1939-2004
2. Professional Papers, 1954-2009
3. Office Records, 1953-2009
4. Project Records, 1950-2010
The Mark Mills Papers are housed in 14 document boxes and 24 flat file drawers with Office Records and Project Records containing the most extensive and unique portions of the collection.
Series 1 contains the earliest pieces of the collection including a 1939 photograph of Mills at age 18 and his Certificate of Graduation from the University of Colorado. Other biographical and family information is included as well as personal photographs and notes.
Series 2 contains pieces related to Mills' career as an architect. These include his Architect's License and certification from Taliesin West where he studied under Frank Lloyd Wright. Also included are sketches, correspondence, and Mills' collection of secondary sources regarding his good friend and fellow student at Taliesin West, Andrew Devane.
Series 3 primarily contains published material on Mark Mills and his work, and presentation albums that Mills put together to showcase his work. The published material consists of magazine features, newspaper clippings and journal articles. Also included are presentation drawings, administrative papers and publication correspondence. There is also a significant collection of correspondence concerning, and in opposition to, the demolition of the Farrar House, one of Mark Mills' most notable works.
Series 4 is the most prominent as it contains the architectural drawings for the majority, if not all, of Mark Mills' projects. The drawings are separated into two subseries: Mills original designs and Remodels or Additions to buildings designed by other architects. Within these subseries, the drawings are organized by client last name. In some cases for a remodel or addition to a Mills design, the original client name is given in brackets. Also included in this series are other documents and photographs that relate to the projects, such as preliminary process drawings, specifications, and cost estimates.
Where possible, the provenance, or original organization, of the papers has been preserved. However, in order to simplify access to the collection for researchers, some materials in specific formats and topics were reorganized and refoldered to more accurately reflect their contents. Rights for photographs taken by Morley Baer and Al Weber vest with their estate.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Architecture -- 1950-1980.
Architecture -- America.
Architecture -- Arizona.
Architecture -- California -- 20th century.
Architecture -- California -- Carmel.
Architecture -- California -- Monterey.
Architecture, Domestic -- California.
Architecture, Domestic -- California, Northern.
Baer, Morley, 1916-1995
Devane, Andrew, 1917-2000
Mills, Mark, 1921-2007
Modernism (Architecture)
Shulman, Julius, 1910-2009.
Soleri, Paolo, 1919-
Wright, Frank Lloyd, 1867-1959
Architectural drawings
Correspondence
Personal records
Photographs
Presentation albums
Presentation drawings
Specifications

Related Material

Related Collections:
Special Collections and Archives, Cal Poly:
William F. Cody Papers, 1924-1975 (bulk 1950-1975) (MS 007)
William F. Cody Papers 2, 1918-1980 (bulk 1950-1975) (MS 168)

Collection Inventory

 

1. Personal Papers 1939-2004

Scope and Content Note

Contains 3 subseries: A. Biographical Information, B. Photographs and C. Writings.
 

A. Biographical Information

Scope and Content Note

Contains information on Mark Mills and his family, arranged chronologically by date, from 1944-1971 (gaps). 3 folders.
Box 1, Folder 1

Mills typescript biographical statement undated

Box 1, Folder 2

University of Colorado Certificate of Graduation 1944

Box 1, Folder 3

"Carl Mills Dies on Coast," obituary, Bisbee Review, C.E. Mills 1971

 

B. Photographs

Scope and Content Note

Contains personal photographs of and/or belonging to Mark Mills, arranged by relevance, from 1939-2004 (gaps). 5 folders.
Box 1, Folder 4

Photographs of Mark Mills undated

Box 13, Folder 1

Photographs of Mark Mills and Carl Mills 1939-2004

Box 1, Folder 5

Mills' Travel Photographs undated

Box 1, Folder 6

Portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright undated

Box 1, Folder 7

Photograph of Andrew Devane undated

 

C. Writings

Scope and Content Note

Contains typescript and handwritten notations authored by Mark Mills and a personal note to Mark Mills. 2 folders.
Box 1, Folder 8

Typescript and handwritten notation, Mark Mills undated

Box 1, Folder 9

Personal note to Mark Mills from Head of Architecture Department, Monterey Peninsula College, Rick Janick undated

 

2. Professional Papers 1954-2009

Scope and Content Note

Contains 4 subseries: A. Correspondence, B. Certifications, C. Sketches and D. Reference Files.
 

A. Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Contains letters relating to Mark Mills' architecture practice, arranged chronologically from 1967. 2 folders.
Box 1, Folder 10

Mark Mills Letterhead undated

Box 1, Folder 11

Ansel Adams to Mark Mills, Hass House 1967

 

B. Certifications

Scope and Content Note

Contains records of professional certifications, arranged chronologically, from 1954-1964 (gaps). 2 folders.
Box 1, Folder 12

Taliesin Certificate, Frank Lloyd Wright 1954

Box 1, Folder 13

California Architect's License 1964

 

C. Sketches

Scope and Content Note

Contains sketches, details, and unidentified drawings, arranged alphabetically. 5 folders.
Box 1, Folder 14

Hexagon, Octagon and Silo Houses, ffloor plans undated

Box 9, Folder 1

Seat Section undated

Box 1, Folder 15

Square House, floor and roof plans undated

Box 9, Folder 2

Unidentified Residential Floor and Framing Plans undated

Box 1, Folder 16

Unidentified Residential Site Plan undated

 

D. Reference Files

Scope and Content Note

Contains client information and research files, arranged alphabetically by topic, from 2000-2009 (gaps). 9 folders.
Box 1, Folder 17

Client Obituaries 2003-2004

Box 1, Folder 18

Santiago Calatrava articles 2004

Box 1, Folder 19

Andrew Devane, secondary sources 2000-2009

Box 1, Folder 20

Radiant Heating System, installation instructions undated

Box 1, Folder 21

"New Dean for Taliesin," clipping 2005

Box 1, Folder 22

V.C. Morris Gift Shop slides, Frank Lloyd Wright architect, San Francisco undated

Box 1, Folder 23

Jay Ward, Hollywood Star Unveiling Invitation 2000

Box 1, Folder 24

"FalIing Water" photographs, Mill Run, Pennsylvania, Frank Lloyd Wright architect undated

Box 1, Folder 25

Wright, Frank Lloyd, "Faith in Your Own Individuality," undated

 

3. Office Records 1953-2009

Scope and Content Note

Contains 6 subseries: A. Administrative, B. Correspondence-Farrar House Demolition Opposition, C. Correspondence-Publication Correspondence, D. Published Materials on Mark Mills, E. Presentation Albums and F. Presentation Drawings.
 

A. Administrative

Scope and Content Note

Contains blank contracts and an index of architectural drawings. 2 folders.
Box 2, Folder 1

American Institute of Architects Contract Templates 1987

Box 2, Folder 2

Mills Flat File Project List, index of architectural drawings undated

 

B. Correspondence - Farrar House Demolition Opposition

Scope and Content Note

Contains letters from architects, historians, and other concerned citizens opposing the demolition of the Farrar House, arranged chronologically, from 1995. 15 folders.
Box 2, Folder 3

Wolf, Paul, "Seaside 'fortress' in Highlands slated for demolition," undated

Box 2, Folder 4

Norri, Marja-Riitta and Dr. Timo Tuomi, Museum of Finnish Architecture, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 5

Laney-Lupton, Kennie Ann, Director, International Seminar Design, Inc., to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 6

Gesner, Harry H., Architect, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 7

Pallasmaa, Juhani, Architect Finnish Association of Architects, Hon. Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, Helsinki University of Technology, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 8

Stratton, Eugene, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 9

Bennett, Janey, to Art Nigera, Project Planner, Department of Building and Planning 1995

Box 2, Folder 10

Gaynor, Alan, American Institute of Architects, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 11

Davis, Frances A., President, National Coalition of Independent Scholars, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 12

Seavey, Kent L., Historic Preservation Museum Interpretation, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 13

Blecher, Florence, Architect, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 14

Janick, Richard N., to Art Nigera, Project Planner, Department of Building and Planning 1995

Box 2, Folder 15

Kronick, Richard L., to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 16

Nikula, Riitta, University of Helsinki, to Robert Slimmon, Director, Monterey County Planning Department 1995

Box 2, Folder 17

Karas, Sam P., Supervisor, District Five, County of Monterey, to Richard N. Janick 1995

 

C. Correspondence - Publication Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

Contains correspondence between Mills and editors and photographers concerning publication of his work, arranged alphabetically by correspondent, from 1953-2003. 16 folders.
Box 2, Folder 18

Aced, Steve, Sunset Magazine, to Mark Mills 1974

Box 2, Folder 19

Baer, Morley to Mark Mills, 1971; Mark Mills to Morley Baer 1971

Box 2, Folder 20

Bartolucci, Marisa to Mark Mills 2003

Box 2, Folder 21

Blake, Peter, Architectural Forum/House + Home, to Mark Mills, 1954-1955; Dorothy Wheelock, Harper's Bazaar, to Mark Mills, 1954; Mark Mills to Peter Blake, Architectural Forum, 1954; Adelaide Lewis, House & Home, to Mark Mills, 1956

Box 2, Folder 22

Crandall, Chuck to Mark Mills, 1971-1972; Mark Mills to Chuck Crandall 1971

Box 2, Folder 23

East, Barbara, San Francisco Examiner, to Mark Mills 1954

Box 2, Folder 24

Gordon, Alastair to Mark Mills 2003

Box 2, Folder 25

Gordon, Elizabeth to Mark Mills, telegram 1960

Box 2, Folder 26

Haskell, Douglas, Architectural Forum/House + Home, to Mark Mills 1953

Box 2, Folder 27

Koike, Shinji, Kaigai Bunka Chuokyoku, to Mark Mills 1954

Box 2, Folder 28

Lightbown, Mary Jane, The Museum of Modern Art, to Mark Mills, 1969; Mark Mills to undisclosed undated

Box 2, Folder 29

MacMasters, Dan, Home Magazine, Los Angeles Times, to Mark Mills 1973

Box 2, Folder 30

Mehlhorn, Will, House & Garden, to Mark Mills, 1967, 1969; Will Mehlhorn to Morley Baer, 1969; Carolyn Murray to Dan MacMasters, Home Magazine, Los Angeles Times, 1970

Box 2, Folder 31

Mills, Mark to Everett Vanness 1995

Box 2, Folder 32

Wellemeyer, Marilyn, LIFE, to Mark Mills, 1968; Mark Mills to Marilyn Wellemeyer 1968

Box 2, Folder 33

"The Hass House emotional trama" [ sic], typescript undated

 

D. Published Material on Mark Mills

Scope and Content Note

Contains newspaper and magazine articles concerning Mills and his work, unarranged, from 1960-2009. 25 folders.
Box 3, Folder 1

Mills Holographic List, Record of Publications, "Not Published in Last Decade," undated

Box 3, Folder 2

Gordon, Alastair, "Outlaw Architect," Dwell Magazine, Dome House 2004

Box 3, Folder 3

Dome House, unknown magazine article undated

Box 3, Folder 4

"Seaside Fortress," LIFE Magazine, Farrar House 1967

Box 3, Folder 5

Gordon, Alastair, "Maritime Modern," Architectural Digest, Farrar House 2009

Box 3, Folder 6

Bennett, Janey, "Californian Architect Mark Mills," Form Function Finland, Mark Mills 1993

Box 3, Folder 7

Bennett, Janey, "Profile: Work of Mark Mills," Journal of the Taliesin Fellows, Mark Mills 1993

Box 3, Folder 8

Mock Ups, Form Function Finland and Journal of the Taliesin Fellows, Mark Mills 1993

Box 3, Folder 9

"Voices of Californian Modernism," NorCalMod, Mark Mills undated

Box 3, Folder 10

Mills House Plan, for House Beautiful 1960

Box 3, Folder 11

"How to Get an $18,000 House for $8,500," House Beautiful, Mills Residence 1960

Box 3, Folder 12

"How to Get More House for Your Money," House Beautiful, Mills Residence 1964

Box 3, Folder 13

Ladies Home Journal, Mills Residence 1968

Box 3, Folder 14

Los Angeles Times Home Magazine, Mills Residence 1969

Box 3, Folder 15

Evers, Rose, "Living Legend," The Carmel Pine Cone, Mills Residence 2003

Box 3, Folder 16

Watson, Lisa, "Do the Wright Thing," Carmel Magazine, Mills Residence, 2006; "A Moment of Silence," Carmel Magazine, New Camaldoli 2006

Box 3, Folder 17

"Small and Simple," Mills Residence undated

Box 3, Folder 18

Coldwell Banker Previews International, "Otter Cove," Real Estate Advertisement, Myler Residence undated

Box 3, Folder 19

"A Most Poetic Habitation: Sanctuary between Mountains and Sea," House Beautiful, Owings Residence 1961

Box 3, Folder 20

Watson, Lisa, The Monterey County Herald, Shell House [O'Brien Residence] 1999

Box 3, Folder 21

Moore, Brenda, "Solar Solutions," The Monterey County Herald, Shell House [O'Brien Residence] undated

Box 3, Folder 22

"Architect Mark Mills," St. Helena House [Griswold Residence] undated

Box 3, Folder 23

Mills, Mark, "A 'Batoid' Peace Ship," Liturgical Arts, Submarine BEA 1971

Box 3, Folder 24

Chatfield, Michael, "The Wright Way to Remodel," Homestyle By The Sea, Walker Residence 2008

Box 3, Folder 25

Mission Street A-Frame [Walker Residence, Speck #1], newspaper clipping undated

 

E. Presentation Albums

Scope and Content Note

Contains albums with photographs and news articles concerning Mills' work, arranged alphabetically by project name. 4 boxes.
Box 4, Album 1

Brock Residence, plans and Morley Baer photographs undated

Box 4, Album 2

De Vries Residence, House & Home article (5/1956); "The big box garden;" Hammond Residence, Sunset Magazine article (3/1972); Cotchett Residence, Home Modernizing Guide article undated

Box 4, Album 3

Farrar Residence, program & approach, plans, section, Morley Baer photographs undated

Box 4, Album 4

Farrar Residence, LIFE article (5/5/1967), LIFE Australia article (4/1/1968) undated

Box 5, Album 1

Foster Residence, correspondence, plans, photographs, Al Weber photograph undated

Box 5, Album 2

Griswald Residence, Fairfield Residence, Johnston Residence, De Vries Residence, Cave Creek (Dome House) and Dwell Magazine article, program, plans, articles and photographs, Morley Baer photographs undated

Box 5, Album 3

Hass Residence, Los Angeles Times article (10/3/1971), House & Garden (1/1970); Dome House, Architectural Forum: The Magazine of Building (6/1951); undated

Box 5, Album 4

Mills Residence, House & Home article (8/1953); Owings Residence, Look article (4/21/1970) undated

Box 6, Album 1

Owings Residence, House Beautiful article (2/1961) undated

Box 6, Album 2

Owings Residence, photographs and plans from Look article; Farrar Residence, photograph and text from LIFE article; Brock Residence, photographs and plans; Hass Residence, photographs and plans; Ward Residence, photographs and text from House Beautiful article; Dome House, Architectural Forum: The Magazine of Building (6/1951); De Vries Residence, page from House & Home article; Mills Residence, Lot 6, House Beautiful article (1960); Mills Residence, Lot 4, plan, text from Los Angeles Times article (1969); Mills Residence (Walker A-frame), plan and photographs; Mills Residence, Lot 5, House Beautiful article (1964); McDonald Residence, The Herald Weekend Magazine article (8/17/1975); Janko Residence, photographs, Al Weber photographs; undated

Box 6, Album 3

Ward Residence, plans, sections, Karl H. Riek photographs, Monterey Peninsula Guide article undated

Box 6, Album 4

Ward Residence, House Beautiful article (7/1972); Unnamed (Mills House, Lot 6), House Beautiful article (7/1960) undated

Box 7, Album 1

Mills House, Walker A-frame, plans, photographs, Morley Baer photographs undated

Box 7, Album 2

Mills House, Lot 4, plans, photographs, Morley Baer photographs undated

Box 7, Album 3

Mills House, Lot 4, plans, Los Angeles Times Home Magazine article (June 1, 1969), Ladies Home Journal article (July 1968) undated

 

F. Presentation Drawings

Scope and Content Note

Contains reproductions of architectural drawings created for display purposes, arranged alphabetically by project name. 7 folders.
Box 8, Folder 1

Aughtry Residence, Carmel undated

Box 8, Folder 2

Doman Moon Chapel 1967

Box 8, Folder 3

Mills Residence, Lot 2, Carmel undated

Box 8, Folder 4

Mills Residence, Lot 4, Carmel undated

Box 8, Folder 5

O'Brien Residence, Pebble Beach undated

Box 8, Folder 6

Owings, Vanderveen [Hayward] and Ward Residences undated

Box 8, Folder 7

Submarine "BEA," undated

 

4. Project Records 1950-2010

Scope and Content Note

Contains 5 subseries: A. Process Drawings, B. Files, C. Architectural Drawings, D. Architectural Drawings-Remodels & Additions and E. Photographs.
 

A. Process Drawings

Scope and Content Note

Contains preliminary architectural drawings and details, arranged alphabetically by project name, from 1969-1979. 19 folders.
Box 9, Folder 3

Berman House, Santa Cruz undated

Box 9, Folder 4

Eichorn House, Carmel undated

Box 9, Folder 5

Fairfield House, plan alternatives, Carmel undated

Box 9, Folder 6

Greene Guest House, Otter Cove undated

Box 9, Folder 7

Hopkins House, plan alternatives, Carmel Valley undated

Box 9, Folder 8

Janko House, gate detail, Monterey undated

Box 9, Folder 9

Janko House, site plan, Monterey 1977

Box 9, Folder 10

Johnston Guest House, Hillsborough 1979

Box 9, Folder 11

McCloskey House, Berkeley undated

Box 9, Folder 12

Medwin House, plan alternatives undated

Box 9, Folder 13

Mills House, Carmel undated

Box 9, Folder 14

Mills House, roof plan, Lot 4, Carmel undated

Box 9, Folder 15

Mills House, deck detail, Bird House, Carmel undated

Box 9, Folder 16

Mills House, bench detail, Bird House, Carmel 1978

Box 9, Folder 17

Mills Studio Addition, Carmel undated

Box 9, Folder 18

Paul Sweets Medical Building, Santa Cruz 1969

Box 9, Folder 19

Seftel House, grate detail, Santa Cruz undated

Box 9, Folder 20

Williams House, plan alternatives, Monterey undated

Box 9, Folder 21

Yankee Point [Hass House], Carmel undated

 

B. Files

Scope and Content Note

Contains contracts and documents necessary for permitting and bidding, arranged alphabetically by client name, from 1952-2010. 14 folders.
Box 10, Folder 1

Foster Contract undated

Box 10, Folder 2

Griswald Residence, program & approach, St. Helena undated

Box 10, Folder 3

Hass Residence, assessors map and Planning & Building Department application, Carmel undated

Box 10, Folder 4

Mills Residence, Lot 2, plot plan, Carmel 1990

Box 10, Folder 5

Mills Residence, Lot 4, structural calculations, Carmel 1975-1976

Box 10, Folder 6

Mills Guest House, Lot 4, certificate of compliance, Carmel 2002

Box 10, Folder 7

Mills Guest House, Lot 5, structural calculations, Carmel 2001

Box 10, Folder 8

Mills Residence, Bird House, energy calculations, Carmel 1984-1986

Box 10, Folder 9

Mills Residences, cost estimates, Carmel undated

Box 10, Folder 10

Olvis Residence, bidding instructions, Pebble Beach undated

Box 10, Folder 11

Owings Residence, correspondence 1955-2010

Box 10, Folder 12

Unidentified Residential Structural Notes undated

Box 10, Folder 13

Walker A-Frame, cost estimates, Carmel 1952

Box 10, Folder 14

Winge Contract 1985

 

C. Architectural Drawings

Scope and Content Note

Contains architectural plans, elevations, sections and details for original Mills designs, arranged alphabetically by project name, from 1950-1997. 107 folders.
Flat File 211, Folder 1

Arboleda, Mr. & Mrs. Victor, residential, Carmel 1956

Flat File 211, Folder 2

Arenz, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, residential, un-built, Pebble Beach undated

Flat File 211, Folder 3

Aughtry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, residential, contains Stolson remodel and addition, Carmel circa 1958

Flat File 211, Folder 4

Berman, Dr. & Mrs. Stanley, residential, un-built, Santa Cruz 1971

Flat File 211, Folder 5

Berry, Jr., Dr. and Mrs. P.F., residential, un-built, Wilmington, Delaware undated

Flat File 211, Folder 6

Breen, Mr. & Mrs. Conrad, residential, Oakland circa 1952

Flat File 212, Folder 1

Brock, Dr. & Mrs. Clayton, residential, Monte Sereno 1962

Flat File 212, Folder 2

Brock, Dr. & Mrs. Clayton, guest house addition, Monte Sereno 1969

Flat File 212, Folder 3

Brock, Mrs. Midu, residential, un-built, Carmel Valley undated

Flat File 212, Folder 4

Burke, Mr. and Mrs. William, residential, un-built, Sky Ranch 1977

Flat File 212, Folder 5

Chapel For Big Sur, religious, un-built, Big Sur undated

Flat File 212, Folder 6

Chapel & Rectory For Big Sur, Calif., religious, un-built, Big Sur undated

Flat File 213, Folder 1

Chase, Mrs. Allen, residential, un-built, Soleri-Mills Design, Scottsdale, Arizona undated

Flat File 213, Folder 2

A Conversion to Hermitage & Chapel for New Camaldoli, religious, un-built, Big Sur undated

Flat File 213, Folder 3

Cope, Mr. & Mrs. Calvin, residential, Soquel undated

Flat File 213, Folder 4

Cotton, Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell L., residential, Monterey undated

Flat File 213, Folder 5

De Vries, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred [Truss Frame House], residential, Carmel 1955

Flat File 213, Folder 6

Doman Moon Chapel, religious 1967

Flat File 214, Folder 1

Dome House, residential, Soleri-Mills Design, Cave Creek, Arizona 1950

Flat File 214, Folder 2

Duveneck, Mr. & Mrs. Francis, residential, addition included, Monterey 1989 1993

Flat File 214, Folder 3

Farrar, Phillip & Mary, residential, preliminaries, Carmel undated

Flat File 214, Folder 4

Farrar, Phillip & Mary [Copper Spine House], residential, addition included, Carmel 1966 1992

Flat File 214, Folder 5

Forrest, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, residential, Pebble Beach 1971

Flat File 214, Folder 6

Foster, Mr. & Mrs. Jack [formerly the Hass House], remodel, Carmel 1969 1979

Flat File 215, Folder 1

Goldes, Mr. & Mrs. Mark, residential, Carmel Highlands undated

Flat File 215, Folder 2

Griswold, Mr. & Mrs. Horace H., residential, St. Helena undated

Flat File 215, Folder 3

Hackbarth, Mr. & Mrs. Willard, residential, Oakhurst 1978

Flat File 215, Folder 4

Hagar, Mr. & Mrs. Sammy [formerly the Farrar House], addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 215, Folder 5

Harrs, Mrs. Germaine, mixed-use, Guerneville undated

Flat File 215, Folder 6

Harrs, Mrs. Germaine, mixed-use, addition included, Guerneville undated

Flat File 216, Folder 1

Hass, Mrs. June, residential, Carmel 1969

Flat File 216, Folder 2

Haupt, Mr. & Mrs. Ulrich, residential, Pebble Beach undated

Flat File 216, Folder 3

Heath, Miss Alice, residential, un-built, Big Sur undated

Flat File 216, Folder 4

Heppe, Mr. & Mrs. Albert C., residential, Glen Ellen undated

Flat File 216, Folder 5

Heppe, Mr. & Mrs. Albert C., residential, Glen Ellen 1984

Flat File 216, Folder 6

Hollister, Dr. & Mrs., residential, Big Sur undated

Flat File 217, Folder 1

Hopkins, Mr. & Mrs. Samuel, residential, guest house included, Carmel Valley 1974 1983

Flat File 217, Folder 2

Hudson, Mr. & Mrs. Gary, residential, un-built, Carmel undated

Flat File 217, Folder 3

Janko, Dr. & Mrs. Albert, residential, contains gate detail, Monterey 1977

Flat File 217, Folder 4

Jenkins, Louisa, residential, "A Geodesic Dome," Valyermo undated

Flat File 217, Folder 5

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth [formerly the Johnston House, 1967], residential, Pebble Beach 1983

Flat File 217, Folder 6

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth [formerly the Johnston House, 1967], addition, Pebble Beach, contains Kauffman detail 1982

Flat File 218, Folder 1

Johnston, Mr. & Mrs. George, residential, Hillsborough 1972

Flat File 218, Folder 2

Junk, Mr. & Mrs. William, residential, structural graphs included, Carmel 1965

Flat File 218, Folder 3

Lehman, Glen [formerly the Fairfield House, circa 1952, Speck #2], remodel, Carmel 1984

Flat File 218, Folder 4

Lutheran Church, religious, un-built, Monterey undated

Flat File 218, Folder 5

Marquard, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, residential, un-built, Carmel Valley undated

Flat File 218, Folder 6

Marquard, Mr. & Mrs. Milton, residential, Carmel Valley, Mills Design 1952, Mills Architect 1964

Flat File 219, Folder 1

Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, residential, Carmel 1969

Flat File 219, Folder 2

Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, residential, Pacific Grove 1985

Flat File 219, Folder 3

Martin, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, residential-multi, Pacific Grove 1986

Flat File 219, Folder 4

May, Mr. & Mrs. Earle J., residential, Pebble Beach undated

Flat File 219, Folder 5

McClosky, Mr. & Mrs. Herbert, residential, Berkeley undated

Flat File 219, Folder 6

McDonald, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, residential, Carmel 1972

Flat File 220, Folder 1

McFarland, Mr. & Mrs. Keith, residential, Los Altos undated

Flat File 220, Folder 2

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 2 [Telephone Pole House], residential, Carmel 1979

Flat File 220, Folder 3

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Flanders Dr. Lot surveys, Carmel 1986 1995

Flat File 220, Folder 4

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 4, residential, Carmel 1965

Flat File 220, Folder 5

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 5, residential, Carmel 1961

Flat File 220, Folder 6

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 5, residential, guest house, Carmel undated

Flat File 221, Folder 1

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 6, residential, guest house and additions included, Carmel 1958 1965 1987

Flat File 221, Folder 2

Mills, Mark and Barbara [Bird House], residential, additions included, Carmel 1986

Flat File 221, Folder 3

Mills, Mark and Barbara, residential, [Bird House] guest house, Carmel 1984

Flat File 221, Folder 4

Mills, Mark and Barbara, addition, [Bird House] deck addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 221, Folder 5

Myler, Dr. & Mrs. Richard [formerly the Steinhardt House], addition, Carmel 1995 1997

Flat File 221, Folder 6

Napier, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, residential, San Rafael undated

Flat File 222, Folder 1

O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. James [Shell House], residential, Pebble Beach 1972

Flat File 222, Folder 2

Oakes, Miss Maud, commercial, Partington Ridge, Big Sur 1965

Flat File 222, Folder 3

Olney, Mr. & Mrs. Warren III, residential, un-built, Big Sur undated

Flat File 222, Folder 4

Olvis, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, residential, guest house included, Pebble Beach 1981 1985

Flat File 222, Folder 5

Olvis, Mrs. Gladys, residential, un-built, Monterey undated

Flat File 222, Folder 6

Olvis, Mrs. Gladys, residential and addition, Monterey 1965 1977

Flat File 223, Folder 1

Owings, Nathaniel, "Sea Crag", residential, un-built, Big Sur undated

Flat File 223, Folder 2

Owings, Margaret & Nathaniel [Wild Bird], residential, Big Sur, 1956 [Nathaniel Owings, Architect. Drawings by Mark Mills.]

Flat File 223, Folder 3

Paul Sweet Associates Medical Buildings, medical, un-built, Santa Cruz circa 1969

Flat File 223, Folder 4

Paul Sweet Associates Medical Buildings, medical, un-built, Santa Cruz circa 1969

Flat File 223, Folder 5

Paul Sweet Associates Medical Buildings, medical, un-built, Santa Cruz circa 1969

Flat File 223, Folder 6

Paul Sweet Associates Medical Buildings, medical, un-built, Santa Cruz circa 1969

Flat File 224, Folder 1

Powers, Mr. & Mrs. Harvey, residential, un-built, Carmel undated

Flat File 224, Folder 2

Rainbow Associates, residential, Partington Ridge, Big Sur undated

Flat File 224, Folder 3

Ristic, Mr. Dragisha, residential, Monterey 1970

Flat File 224, Folder 4

Rogers, Mr. & Mrs. John, residential, un-built, Salinas undated

Flat File 224, Folder 5

Rothman, Dr. Albert & Mrs. Arlyss [formerly the Fairfield House, circa 1952, Speck #2], remodel, Carmel undated

Flat File 224, Folder 6

Rove, Mr. & Mrs. R.G., residential, Palo Alto undated

Flat File 225, Folder 1

Rowe, Mr. & Mrs. Don H., residential, Portola Valley 1968

Flat File 225, Folder 2

Saint Francis Xavier Church, religious, un-built, Seaside 1970

Flat File 225, Folder 3

Scanlon, Dr. and Mrs. Donald, residential, Mammoth undated

Flat File 225, Folder 4

Seftel, Dr. & Mrs. Daniel, residential, addition included, Santa Cruz 1969

Flat File 225, Folder 5

Selna Market, commercial, preliminaries, Prescott, Arizona 1950

Flat File 225, Folder 6

Shames, Mr. & Mrs. Max, residential, Prunedale undated

Flat File 226, Folder 1

Silvers, Mr. & Mrs. Morton, residential, preliminaries, Woodside undated

Flat File 226, Folder 2

Simpson, Miss Mai, residential, Big Sur undated

Flat File 226, Folder 3

Simpson, Miss Mai, residential-multi, Partington Ridge, Big Sur undated

Flat File 226, Folder 4

Skibitzke, Mr. & Mrs. E. B., residential, Monterey County undated

Flat File 226, Folder 5

Steinhardt, Dr. & Mrs. David, residential, Carmel 1974

Flat File 226, Folder 6

Sterns, Mr. & Mrs. C.G., residential, Wilson, Wyoming undated

Flat File 227, Folder 1

Stone, Mrs. Barbara, residential undated

Flat File 227, Folder 2

Submarine "BEA," religious, un-built undated

Flat File 227, Folder 3

Swain, Mr. & Mrs. Jack, residential, un-built, Big Sur 1971

Flat File 227, Folder 4

Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. Elton, residential, un-built, Saratoga undated

Flat File 227, Folder 5

Toulis, Mr. & Mrs. William J., residential, preliminaries included, un-built, San Diego undated

Flat File 227, Folder 6

Vanderveen, Loet [formerly the Hayward House, 1958], residential, Big Sur, rebuilt 1985

Flat File 228, Folder 1

Walker, Mrs. Clinton [Speck #1], residential, Mills addition included, Carmel 1951

Flat File 228, Folder 2

Wallace, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, residential, Carmel Valley 1985

Flat File 228, Folder 3

Ward, Mr. & Mrs. Jay, residential, Pebble Beach 1968

Flat File 228, Folder 4

Williams, Dr. & Mrs. Russell, residential, Monterey 1976

Flat File 228, Folder 5

Winge, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, residential, Carmel Valley 1986

 

D. Architectural Drawings - Remodels & Additions

Scope and Content Note

Contains architectural plans, elevations, sections and details for additions and remodels to buildings by other architects, arranged alphabetically by project name, from 1965-1990. 37 folders.
Flat File 229, Folder 1

Adler, Mr. & Mrs. Nathan, remodel, San Francisco undated

Flat File 229, Folder 2

Adler, Mr. & Mrs. Nathan, addition, Woodside undated

Flat File 229, Folder 3

Bernstein, Mr. & Mrs. Edward, addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 229, Folder 4

Carmel Mission Basilica, remodel, un-built, Carmel 1971

Flat File 229, Folder 5

Cate Electric, addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 229, Folder 6

Charles, Glen [Cheers], addition, Pebble Beach 1988-1990

Flat File 229, Folder 7

Cotchett, Mrs. Margaret, remodel, Carmel undated

Flat File 230, Folder 1

Currivan, Mrs. Earl, addition, Carmel Highlands undated

Flat File 230, Folder 2

Dickson, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, remodel, preliminary, St. Helena undated

Flat File 230, Folder 3

Dowdakin, Mr. & Mrs. John, addition, Carmel Valley undated

Flat File 230, Folder 4

Fasken, Mrs. Barbara, remodel, Carmel 1990

Flat File 230, Folder 5

Feinburg, Carol & Jim, remodel, contains gate detail, Big Sur 1982 1990

Flat File 230, Folder 6

Fenton, Mr. & Mrs. Allan, addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 231, Folder 1

Gammon, Col. & Mrs. James P., remodel, Monterey undated

Flat File 231, Folder 2

Hammond, Mr. & Mrs. Gordon, remodel, Palo Alto undated

Flat File 231, Folder 3

Heath, Miss Alice, remodel, Santa Barbara undated

Flat File 231, Folder 4

Janko, Dr. & Mrs. Albert, remodel, Carmel undated

Flat File 231, Folder 5

Johnston, Mr. & Mrs. George, addition, Gustine undated

Flat File 231, Folder 6

Leue, Mr. & Mrs. Guenther, remodel, Carmel Valley undated

Flat File 232, Folder 1

May, Mr. & Mrs. Earle J., addition, Portola Valley undated

Flat File 232, Folder 2

Medwin, Mr. & Mrs. Herman, remodel, Pebble Beach undated

Flat File 232, Folder 3

Mills, Mark and Barbara, remodel, contains Jenkins studio, Partington Ridge, Big Sur undated

Flat File 232, Folder 4

Morris, Dr. & Mrs. Thomas, remodel, Monterey undated

Flat File 232, Folder 5

Nesbitt, Mrs. Precilla, remodel, Carmel undated

Flat File 232, Folder 6

Saint Ann's Chapel, remodel, un-built, Palo Alto 1965

Flat File 233, Folder 1

Scanlon, Dr. and Mrs. Donald, addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 233, Folder 2

Senger, Mr. & Mrs. John, remodel, Carmel undated

Flat File 233, Folder 3

Spence, Mr. & Mrs. David, remodel and addition undated

Flat File 233, Folder 4

Stolsen, Mr. and Mrs. Rolf, addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 233, Folder 5

Stone, Mrs. Barbara, addition, Carmel undated

Flat File 233, Folder 6

Terry, James, remodel, Partington Ridge, Big Sur 1978

Flat File 234, Folder 1

Walker, Mrs. Clinton, residential and addition, Frank Lloyd Wright design, Mark Mills tracings and addition, contains Henderson detail, Carmel undated

Flat File 234, Folder 2

Wallace, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, remodel, Carmel Valley 1986

Flat File 234, Folder 3

Wallace, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, addition, Margaret Wallace design, Carmel Valley undated

Flat File 234, Folder 4

Williams, Dr. & Mrs. Russell, addition, Monterey 1978

Flat File 234, Folder 5

Windborn Properties, remodel, Carmel 1981

Flat File 234, Folder 6

Zierold, Mr. & Mrs. John, addition, Pacific Grove undated

 

E. Photographs

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographs, slides and negatives of Mills projects, arranged alphabetically by project name, from 1950-1998. 71 folders, 2 boxes.
Box 11, Folder 1

Aughtry, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, residential, Carmel 1966

Box 11, Folder 2

Brock, Dr. & Mrs. Clayton, residential, Monte Sereno 1966-1967

Box 11, Folder 3

Brock, Dr. & Mrs. Clayton, residential, Morley Baer photographs and transparencies, Monte Sereno 1963

Box 11, Folder 4

Brock, Dr. & Mrs. Clayton, residential, slides, Monte Sereno 1963 1985

Box 11, Folder 5

Brock, Dr. & Mrs. Clayton, residential, slides group 2, Monte Sereno 1963

Box 11, Folder 6

Charles, Glen [Cheers], addition, Pebble Beach undated

Box 11, Folder 7

De Vries, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred [Truss Frame House], residential, slides, Carmel 1985

Box 11, Folder 8

Dome House, residential, Soleri-Mills Design, Cave Creek, Arizona undated

Box 11, Folder 9

Dome House, residential, Soleri-Mills Design, slides, Cave Creek, Arizona 1950 1985

Box 11, Folder 10

Dome House, residential, Soleri-Mills Design, stereo slides, Cave Creek, Arizona 1966

Box 11, Folder 11

Fairfield Residence [Speck #2], residential, Carmel circa 1952 1978

Box 11, Folder 12

Fairfield Residence [Speck #2], residential, slides, Carmel 1985

Box 11, Folder 13

Fairfield Residence [Speck #2], residential, slides group 2, Carmel 1982

Box 11, Folder 14

Farrar, Phillip & Mary [Copper Spine House], residential, Carmel 1965-1966

Box 11, Folder 15

Farrar, Phillip & Mary [Copper Spine House], residential, Morley Baer photographs, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 16

Farrar, Phillip & Mary [Copper Spine House], residential, Al Weber photographs, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 17

Farrar, Phillip & Mary [Copper Spine House], residential, slides, Carmel 1982

Box 11, Folder 18

Farrar, Phillip & Mary [Copper Spine House], residential, slides group 2 Carmel 1982

Box 11, Folder 19

Fasken, Mrs. Barbara, remodel, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 20

Feinburg, Carol & Jim, detail, Big Sur undated

Box 11, Folder 21

Griswold, Mr. & Mrs. Horace H., residential, St. Helena undated

Box 11, Folder 22

Griswold, Mr. & Mrs. Horace H., residential, slides, St. Helena 1985

Box 11, Folder 23

Hass, Mrs. June, residential, Carmel 1980

Box 11, Folder 24

Hass, Mrs. June, residential, slides, Carmel 1970

Box 11, Folder 25

Hass, Mrs. June, residential, slides group 2, Carmel 1970 1982

Box 11, Folder 26

Heppe, Mr. & Mrs. Albert C., residential, Glen Ellen undated

Box 11, Folder 27

Janko, Dr. & Mrs. Albert, residential, Monterey 1977-1978

Box 11, Folder 28

Janko, Dr. & Mrs. Albert, residential, slides, Monterey 1982 1985

Box 11, Folder 29

Janko, Dr. & Mrs. Albert, residential, slides group 2, Monterey 1982

Box 11, Folder 30

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, residential, slides, Pebble Beach 1985

Box 11, Folder 31

Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth, residential, slides group 2, Pebble Beach 1982

Box 11, Folder 32

Johnston, Mr. & Mrs. George, residential, Hillsborough 1973-1974

Box 11, Folder 33

Johnston, Mr. & Mrs. George, residential, Pebble Beach 1974

Box 11, Folder 34

May, Mr. & Mrs. Earle J., residential, slides, Pebble Beach undated

Box 11, Folder 35

McDonald, Mr. & Mrs. Robert, residential, Carmel 1973 1975

Box 11, Folder 36

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 2 [Telephone Pole House], residential, Carmel 1976 1980 1996

Box 11, Folder 37

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 2 [Telephone Pole House], residential, Carmel 1976 1980 1996

Box 11, Folder 38

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 2 [Telephone Pole House], residential, slides, Carmel 1980 1985 1998

Box 11, Folder 39

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 2 [Telephone Pole House], residential, slides group 2, Carmel 1982 1998

Box 11, Folder 40

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 4, residential, Carmel 1964 1966

Box 11, Folder 41

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 4, residential, Gerald Frederick photograph, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 42

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 4, residential, slides, Carmel 1985

Box 11, Folder 43

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 4, residential, slides group 2, Carmel 1982

Box 11, Folder 44

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 5, residential, Carmel 1962

Box 11, Folder 45

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 5, residential, Harold Davis photograph, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 46

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 5, residential, slides, Carmel 1983 1985

Box 11, Folder 47

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 5, residential, slides group 2, Carmel 1962 1982

Box 11, Folder 48

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 6, residential, Carmel 1957

Box 13, Folder 2

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 6, residential, House Beautiful photograph, Carmel 1960

Box 11, Folder 49

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 6, residential, slides, Carmel 1985

Box 11, Folder 50

Mills, Mark and Barbara, Lot 6, residential, slides group 2, Carmel 1982

Box 11, Folder 51

Mills, Mark and Barbara [Bird House], residential, Carmel 1986-1988 1996

Box 11, Folder 52

Mills, Mark and Barbara [Bird House], residential, Carmel 1986-1988 1996

Box 11, Folder 53

Myler, Dr. & Mrs. Richard, residential, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 54

O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. James [Shell House], residential, Pebble Beach 1973-1975

Box 11, Folder 55

O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. James [Shell House], residential, Al Weber photographs, Pebble Beach undated

Box 11, Folder 56

O'Brien, Mr. & Mrs. James [Shell House], residential, slides group 2, Pebble Beach 1982

Box 11, Folder 57

Olvis, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, residential, Pebble Beach undated

Box 11, Folder 58

Olvis, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, residential, slides group 2, Pebble Beach 1982

Box 11, Folder 59

Seftel, Dr. & Mrs. Daniel, residential, Santa Cruz undated

Box 11, Folder 60

Unidentified photographs undated

Box 11, Folder 61

Vanderveen, Loet [Hayward House], residential, Big Sur undated

Box 11, Folder 62

Walker, Mrs. Clinton, residential, Frank Lloyd Wright architect, slides group 2, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 63

Walker, Mrs. Clinton [Speck #1], residential, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 64

Walker, Mrs. Clinton [Speck #1], residential, Morley Baer photographs, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 65

Walker, Mrs. Clinton [Speck #1], residential, slides, Carmel 1985

Box 11, Folder 66

Walker, Mrs. Clinton [Speck #1], residential, slides group 2, Carmel undated

Box 11, Folder 67

Ward, Mr. & Mrs. Jay, residential, Pebble Beach 1972

Box 11, Folder 68

Ward, Mr. & Mrs. Jay, residential, Al Weber photographs, Pebble Beach undated

Box 11, Folder 69

Ward, Mr. & Mrs. Jay, residential, slides, Pebble Beach 1985

Box 11, Folder 70

Ward, Mr. & Mrs. Jay, residential, slides group 2, Pebble Beach 1982

Box 12, Folder 0

Negatives

Box 14, Folder 0

Original housing for slides and photographs, annotated