|Object Name||Drawing, Architectural|
|Scope & Content||
Set of seven architectural drawings of J. Lawson Miller's Job Number 253, a three-family flat building designed for R.W. Hawley of Detroit, to be built on the north side of West Ferry Avenue between Cass Avenue and Woodward Avenue. The plans consist of a front elevation, rear elevation, two side elevations, and floor plans for the basement, first, second, and third floors, drawn at a scale of 1/4 inch = 1 foot in red and black ink on linen with blue, green, yellow, and orange pencil shading on the verso to highlight various architectural details. Each main floor contains a three-bedroom apartment complete with maid's quarters. The basement contains storage space for each flat, a laundry room, a boiler room, and a smaller single-bedroom apartment. Each page is stamped and signed in approval by Henry C. Slater of the Department of Buildings of the City of Detroit, dated July 31, 1913.
Miller, J. Lawson
Slater, Henry C.
|Extent of Description||
28" x 14.5"
|Collection||Miller, J. Lawson|
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