A local resident of Palm Springs, Buzz Waltz owned and operated the family business, Harold E. Waltz, Photographs and Blueprinting
from 1962 to 2012. He provided both commercial photography as well as a complete plan duplicating service for architects and
customers. The photographs and negatives include views of Palm Springs architecture, buildings both extant and demolished.
These include Palm Springs International Airport, Merrill Lynch building, both designed by Don Wexler and Palm Springs Municipal
Golf Club House designed by Kaptur and Lapham and also includes the Bullocks Building before demolition.
1 Storage box (65 photographs, 243 negatives)
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