The W. A. W. Brownell drawings take the form of eight blueprints for an unknown residence marked job number 117. The drawings
take the form of elevations (North, South, East, and West), floor plans, and details (case work and paneling, window, and
living room book case) and are dated March 1, 1919 and March 8, 1919.
William A. Whittlesey Brownell was a practicing architect in the early twentieth century. His best known work is the Acacia
Lodge in Santa Barbara, California, completed in 1917.