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Finding Aid for the Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant records, circa 1956-circa 1970 0000142
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  • Access
  • Custodial History note
  • Preferred Citation note
  • Biographical/Historical note
  • Scope and Content note

  • Title: Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant records
    Identifier/Call Number: 0000142
    Contributing Institution: Architecture and Design Collection, Art, Design & Architecture Museum
    Language of Material: English
    Physical Description: 11.0 Linear feet (5 record storage boxes, and 2 flat file drawers)
    Date (inclusive): circa 1956-circa 1970
    creator: Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant.

    Access

    Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.

    Custodial History note

    Gift of Ward and Marilyn Arendt, 1998. Additional material gifted by Penelope Tinker, 2004.

    Preferred Citation note

    Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant records, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.

    Biographical/Historical note

    The firm Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant was composed of architects Wallace W. Arendt, Glen Gaylord Mosher, Robert Grant, and Henry W. Howell. Wallace W. Arendt received his Bachelor’s of Architecture in 1940 from the University of Southern California. Both Glen Gaylord Mosher and Robert Grant graduated with degrees in Architecture from the University of Nebraska in 1938. Henry W. Howell left the firm in 1959 and died three years later in 1962. The firm’s office was located in Santa Barbara, California.

    Scope and Content note

    The Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant records span 11 linear feet and date from circa 1956 to circa 1970. The collection is primarily composed of the work of Howell, Arendt, Mosher & Grant but also includes the work of Howell and Arendt as well as the work of Arendt, Mosher, & Grant, in the form of architectural drawings, reprographic copies, and handwritten notes, all organized by project.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Arendt, Wallace W.
    Grant, Robert Sumner
    Howell, Henry W.
    Mosher, Glen Gaylord
    Architectural drawings
    Reprographic copies