The Verle and Elizabeth Annis papers contain photographs, pamphlets, postcards, correspondence, architectural designs, and
other material created by Verle and Elizabeth Annis. Verle Lincoln Annis (1897-1983) was a scholar and professor of architecture
at the University of Southern California until 1962. Verle Annis wrote
The Architecture of Antigua Guatemala 1543-1773, published in 1968. Elizabeth Naomi Annis (née Reed) (1905-2000) was a writer, traveler, and supporter of libraries, having
served as a founding member of the Friends of the Library organization at the University of California, Irvine. The collection
consists of photographs, pamphlets, and postcards from the Annis' travels in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal; a photo index
of Latin American architecture on file cards; a few architectural designs; correspondence; travel journals; Verle Annis' course
materials; an unpublished manuscript by Elizabeth Annis; and other material dating from approximately 1910 to 1978.
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items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.