Collection of Blueprints & Pencil Drawings for the Southold Savings Bank, Cutchogue Elementary School and Tyler's Garage Mattituck in the Town of Southold Long Island New York
(Americana - 20th Century - Architecture - New York - Town of Southold)

Southold Long Island New York: Not Published, F Including: Southold Savings Bank: 1952 set of 3 blueprints for the bank, by A. Stanley Miller, Architect Brooklyn, NY. With interior elevations and details, various sections, mezzanine floor & reflected bank ceiling plans, first floor plan including placement of teller windows, machinery, filing systems. Usually " = 1 foot scale or as otherwise indicated. Approx. 26 " x 35" sheet size. Cutchogue Elementary School: 1953 sets of blueprints for this school, by Webber & Tumey Associated Architects, 31 West Main St. Patchogue, N.Y. Showing the plans for plumbing, heating & ventilation, electric work; various elevations & plans; scale usually 1/8" = 1 foot. Sheet size is approx. 19" x 30 ". Tyler's Garage: 1958 set of 4 blueprints for Mr. Tyler of Cutchogue for his garage in Mattituck, by Charles A. Wood, R.A., Riverhead N.Y. scale of " to 1 foot; sheets are approx. 24" x 36"; with north, south, east, west elevations, cross sections, plumbing diagram, work area plan, foundation plan. (with ) 2 later, undated plans for an addition to the garage: 12" x 18" pencil drawing on paper side elevation with measurements, materials; 19 " x 23 " pencil drawing on tracing paper foundation & floor plan, measurements. Charles Wood was an architect based in Wading River and was notably responsible for the completion of the Georgian-revival style wings of the historic-registered Suffolk County Historical Society building in Riverhead, originally designed by August H. Galow in the 1920s. Condition: Some edge, tips wear and soiling, creasing; a few closed tears; in good to very good condition; architectural design and building ephemeral material from Long Island's North Fork. Good Paperback (Item ID: 25505)

$150.00

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