Roy Sigfrid Pearson Papers
Scope and Contents
These architectural drawings reflect Pearson’s work on six different buildings in Chicago.
- Creation: 1941 - 1962
- Pearson, Roy Sigfrid, -1972 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Roy Sigfrid Pearson worked as an architectural designer for De Leuw, Cather & Company in Chicago, beginning in 1946. He worked on a number of buildings related to transportation and infrastructure. He was educated at Chicago Technical College.
4.25 Linear foot (in 2 oversize folders)
Language of Materials
Roy Sigfrid Pearson worked as an architectural designer for De Leuw, Cather & Company in Chicago, beginning in 1946. He worked on a number of buildings related to transportation and infrastructure. These drawings reflect his work on six different buildings in Chicago.
Material was arranged and inventoried by the donor. Subjects may be dispersed throughout the entire collection.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Elizabeth Brown in 2016. Ms. Brown is the niece of Mr. Pearson.
- Guide to the Roy Sigfrid Pearson Papers
- Johanna Russ, December 2016. Updated and ingested into ArchivesSpace by Johanna Russ, 2021.
- 2016 December
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- Finding aid written in English
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