The collection documents Meyers' architectural work as an independent practitioner, in a number of partnerships, and as Alameda
County Architect. The collection also includes records of the architectural work of Mildred Meyers.
Henry H. Meyers (1867-1943) designed over 200 buildings in the San Francisco Bay Area, Northern California, Hawaii, and Guam.
Meyers was the oldest of nine children born to Jacob and Mary Myers in the rural Alameda County town of Livermore, California.
Jacob Meyers was a contractor. After Henry Meyers graduated from high school, he studied architecture at night in San Francisco.
Meyers married Bertha S. May in 1897 and soon had a family of three daughters.
51 boxes, 3 flat boxes, 3 card file boxes, 3 cartons, 24 flat file drawers, 20 tubes, 2 oversize mounted drawings, 1 framed
drawing, furniture, furnishings, and the office library.
All requests for permission to publish, reproduce, or quote from materials in the collection should be discussed with the
Collection is open for research.