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Guide to the Hazel Wood Waterman Papers MS 42
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Series I: Architectural Career

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Articles, 1902-1941


Articles written by Waterman and correspondence pertaining to her articles. Publications include The House Beautiful, The Federation, Sunset magazine, House and Garden magazine, The American Home, The Western Architect, and The Lost Angeles Times, as well the California Federation of Women’s Clubs.
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Correspondence, 1913-1914


Letters to or about Waterman, from Evelyn N. Lawson (president of Children’s Home), Caroline N. Darling, Anna L. Marston (regarding Wednesday Club), William Clayton, and the California State Board of Architecture.
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Clients, 1906-1929 and undated


Handwritten lists of Waterman’s clients and projects, and letters from clients including A.A. Ackerman, Walton J. Wood, William Clayton, Alice C. Pratt, Charles F. Lummis, and Julius Wangenheim.
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Newspaper clippings, 1907-1945

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Notebooks, undated

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Loose notes and drawings, undated

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Photographs (copies), 1907-1929


Cottage for Mrs. George Baoney (1907), alterations for Dr. and Mrs. H.G. Leisediring (no date), Clayton residence (1907), Miss Freeze residence (1908), Captain A.A. Ackerman residence (1912), Wednesday Club (1909), Mrs. Church cottage (1915), Judge Walter J. Weed residence (1928-1929), Julius Wangenheim garden (1917).
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Children’s Home, 1912-1927 and undated


Correspondence, notes, manuscripts by Matilda Hunt, an artist’s rendering, and photographs (copies).
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Estudillo House: Historical Background, 1909 and undated


Notes, correspondence, and a history booklet.
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Estudillo House: Specifications and Notes, 1908-1909 and undated

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Estudillo House: Articles and Plaques, 1910-1911 and undated

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Estudillo House: Photographs and Clippings (copies), 1909-1910

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Miscellanea, 1933-1988


An award from the San Diego chapter of the American Institute of Architects and a booklet from “That Exceptional One: Women in American Architecture 1888-1988” exhibition produced by the American Architectural Foundation.

Series II: Personal and Family Papers

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Correspondence, 1883-1906 and undated


Letters between Hazel, Waldo, Frank A. Peachy, Ernest E. Wood, Aunt Charlotte, and Hazel’s mother and children.
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Correspondence (copies), 1891-1931

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Notebooks, 1865-1937


Four spiral-bound notebooks and transcription consolidated from three smaller books. Entries are autobiographical.
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Marriage Papers and Passport, 1889-1926

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Education: Hazel and Waldo S. Waterman, 1885-1944 and undated


Dance card, Berkeley Women’s City Club yearbook, Berkeley program, and Waldo’s graduating class ribbon. Grammar School diploma of Mrs. Waldo S. Waterman (1902), University of California diploma of Waldo S. Waterman (1886), and University of California certificate of Helen Gardner Waterman (undated) in Oversize Collections D9.
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Military Service: Waldo S. Waterman, 1886-1898

Scope and Contents note

Contents of entire file in Oversize Collections D9: Company G. San Diego Minute Men Certificate (1898), commission as first lieutenant in Battalion of University Cadets (1886), and commission as captain in San Diego regiment of Minute Men (1898).
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Wood Family Genealogy, 1730-1987

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Waterman Family Genealogy and Cemetery Plots, 1592-1977

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Photographs (copies), 1870-1954

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Newspaper Articles and Obituaries, 1883-1976