Hollis Logue Architectural Documents

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Hollis Logue Architectural Documents
Dates: 1955-2004
Collection Number: 2013-39
Creator/Collector: Logue, Hollis, Jr.
Extent: Approximately 18 cubic feet
Online items available
Repository: History San Jose Research Library
San Jose, California 95110
Abstract: Architectural drawings and plans by San Jose architect Hollis Logue
Language of Material: English


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Preferred Citation

Hollis Logue Architectural Documents. History San Jose Research Library

Acquisition Information

Donated to History San Jose in 2013

Scope and Content of Collection

Architectural drawings and plans by San Jose architect Hollis Logue, Jr., who designed the original Terminal C at San Jose Airport. Projects include town homes and apartments, office buildings, the Hiller Museum of Northern California, the German-American Club of San Jose, Salvation Army of Santa Clara's administrative facilities, and multiple automobile dealerships in San Jose, Santa Clara, and the East Bay. Folder-level records are searchable in History San Jose's online catalog.

Indexing Terms

Architecture, Modern--20th century--Designs and plans
Santa Clara Valley (Santa Clara County, Calif.)
architectural documents

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