This collection contains reprographic copies of drawings of the Joseph Hunter house in Gualala, Calif., from 1964. It consists
of two copies of the complete set of plans (14 sheets each), including site plan, floor plan, sections, exterior elevations,
interior elevations, roof plans, electrical plans, and details.
Millard Sheets was born in Pomona, Calif. in 1907 and studied art and painting at the Chouinard Art Institute, graduating
in 1929. He was primarily an architectural designer, and partnered with architects to design buildings. Sheets was a well
known watercolorist and taught art at the Otis Art Institute, Scripps College, and Chouinard Art Institute. During World War
Two, Sheets was an artist correspondent in India and Burma for Time Magazine. In 1953 he founded Millard Sheets Design Inc.,
which brought together his architectural designs and licensed architects and engineers to design buildings, both commercial
and residential throughout California. These buildings were designed with art- both sculptural pieces and murals- as integral
parts of the architecture. Sheets died in 1989 in Gualala, Calif., at age 81.
3.0 Linear feet
One flat file folder
Open for use by qualified researchers.