Roy K. Varenhorst Collection of John M. Hickman and Roy K. Varenhorst Papers

Collection Summary

Title: Roy K. Varenhorst Collection of John M. Hickman and Roy K. Varenhorst Papers
Call Number: MS 2006-02
Size: 73.0 linear feet
Acquisition: Purchased from Erich Jon Dunwell
Processed by: JLY, 3-2006
Restrictions: Some materials have reproduction restrictions.
Note: None

Literary Rights

Literary rights were not granted to Wichita State University. When permission is granted to examine the manuscripts, it is not an authorization to publish them. Manuscripts cannot be used for publication without regard for common law literary rights, copyright laws and the laws of libel. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publisher, to obtain permission to publish. Scholars and students who eventually plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding overall restrictions on publication before initial research.

Content Note

The Roy K. Varenhorst Collection of John M. Hickman and Roy K. Varenhorst Papers includes correspondence, drawings, contracts and agreements, specification books, meeting and conference notes, bid forms, proposals, statements, and other project documents related to the architectural projects designed by Hickman and Varenhorst. The collection also includes project presentation books for projects designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin Associated Architects, articles about Wright, and Frank Lloyd Wright ephemera and publicity. Personal papers of both architects are present in the collection along with clippings, images, and artifacts. A large part of the collection is comprised of materials documenting Century II, a civic building, designed by Hickman and Varenhorst, in Wichita, Kansas, and the Corbin Education Center, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright while John Hickman and Roy Varenhorst served as Kansas Representatives of the Taliesin Associated Architects. It is located on the campus of Wichita State University. Materials in the collection range from the 1940s to the 1990s.

Biography

John M. Hickman was born May 28, 1925, in Amarillo, Texas. His family came to Wichita in the late 1930s where Hickman attended Robinson Intermediate and East High schools. Hickman worked as an illustrator of manuals for the Aero Parts Manufacturing Company while in high school, but left his senior year to work as an illustrator for Lockheed Aircraft Company in California. Hickman entered the Army Air Corps during World War II and received his fighter pilot wings in 1944. After the war, he returned to Wichita and completed the work necessary for his high school diploma while also employed as an illustrator at Beech Aircraft Company. He left Wichita where he studied architecture at the University of Illinois and worked as an apprentice under Frank Lloyd Wright. Hickman returned to Wichita where he worked for the architectural firm Thomas & Harris before starting Architects Associated with Arthur T. Woodman in 1954. In 1961 he partnered with Roy K. Varenhorst to form John M. Hickman and Associates, Architects & Planning Consultants. Hickman died April 23, 1964.

Roy K. Varenhorst was born September 25, 1928, in Conway Springs, Kansas, where he graduated high school in 1946. He then received a degree in Architecture from Kansas State University in 1950. Varenhorst served in Korea as a naval pilot, earning among other honors, the Air Medal for Meritorious Achievement. After his Honorable Discharge, Varenhorst was an apprentice with Frank Lloyd Wright at his Taliesin Studios. In 1958 Varenhorst joined Architects Associated with John M. Hickman and Arthur T. Woodman. In 1961 he partnered with Hickman to form John M. Hickman and Associates, Architects & Planning Consultants. After Hickman's death in 1964, Varenhorst maintained the firm, later renaming it Roy K. Varenhorst & Associates in 1966. Varenhorst died April 24, 1997.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1 Box 1-Box 18 FF 26 Architectural Projects. The series includes architectural project files of architects John M. Hickman and Roy K. Varenhorst. The series includes specifications, agreements, contracts, bid proposals, correspondence, furniture & equipment information, financial information, testing reports, and drawings. Materials are from the offices of Architects Associated (John Hickman with Arthur T. Woodman); John M. Hickman and Architects Associated; John M. Hickman and Associates, Architects & Planning Consultants (with Roy K. Varenhorst); and Roy K. Varenhorst and Associates. Materials date between 1950s and the 1970s. The architect's original folder titles were maintained, when available. Also includes the nonproject related office files of the aforementioned architectural firms. Files include correspondence, samples of office letterhead, logos and business cards, draft of partnership between Hickman and Varenhorst, and typed excerpts and quotations.
Series 2 Box 19-Box 19A Frank Lloyd Wright. The files in this series contain materials associated with Frank Lloyd Wright. This includes presentation books for projects by Wright and Taliesin Associated Architects, articles about Wright, book catalogs, announcements, and Prairie School Press information. Series also includes transcript of a Wright lecture, audio cassettes, and promotional materials for Wright and Taliesin related projects and events.
Series 3 Box 20 FF 1-12 Personal. John M. Hickman personal files, includes correspondence, certificates, burial information, and a scrapbook with photos and clippings of early work in Illinois and Wichita. The personal files for Roy K. Varenhorst include materials documenting his educational years from middle school through college at Kansas State University, including common school diploma, high school yearbook, college class schedules, exams, and class notes. Also includes are certificates and other files from his career in the Navy, and correspondence and reference materials regarding the Varenhorst family history.
Series 4 Box 20 FF 13-Box 21 FF 17 Clippings. The series includes original and photocopied newspaper clippings. The files are arranged alphabetically by their original folder titles and discuss various projects of Hickman & Varenhorst. Clippings span the 1950s through the 1990s
Series 5 Box 21 FF 18-Box 22 Images. The files in this series include photographs, negatives, and slides. The files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Original folder titles were used.
Series 6 Box 23 Artifacts. Includes two ceramic ashtrays, Taliesin paperweight, Frank Lloyd Wright medallion, Piece from the Frank Lloyd Wright "Clay House," and Roy K. Varenhorst's Navy ribbons and medals.
Series 7 Box 24-Box 35 Aperture Cards. The series includes cards documenting residential, commercial, school and public buildings and Frank Lloyd Wright projects.
Series 8 Box 36-Box 38 Drawings. The series includes drawings documenting commercial, school and public buildings and Frank Lloyd Wright projects.
Series 9 Box 39-Box 44, Map Cases, Art Rack Oversized. The series includes documents, photographs, renderings and framed items.

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 ‒ Architectural Projects

Box 1FF 1Ballantyne residence: drawings, invoices, product and materials info, correspondence, financial information, and manuscript notes, 1957-1959
Box 1FF 2Century II: Specifications Books-- Preliminary Concepts and Thoughts about ..... The Wichita Civic & Cultural Center (1961), Resume of Construction Costs- Final Report (1970), A Preliminary Analysis of Site Characteristics & Recommendations for the City of Wichita Civic & Cultural Center [Varenhorst's personal copy] (1961), Auditorium Facilities for Wichita, Kansas (An Economic Study) prepared by the Stanford Research Institute (1962)
Box 1FF 3Century II: Specifications Books-- Housing the Drama and Audience Arts (1962), Interim Report & Recommendations to the Commission Civic & Cultural Center (1962), General Design Study report for the City of Wichita Civic & Cultural Center [Varenhorst's personal copy] (1962), A Feasibility Study of Energy Conversion Plants (1963), Progress Report Preliminary Plan for the City of Wichita, Kansas Civic Cultural Center (1963)
Box 1FF 4Century II: Specifications Books-- Report on Parking & Land Distribution for the City of Wichita, Kansas October 1, 1963 Civic Cultural Center (1963), Preliminary Plan Report for the City of Wichita Civic Cultural Center (1964), Auditorium Complex Civic Cultural Center, Civic Cultural Center Cost Estimate Analysis (1964), Construction Cost Estimate Analysis (1965), Area Computations (1966)
Box 1FF 5Century II: Specifications Books-- Addendum No. 1 Thru 5 of Specifications for Auditorium Complex, Specifications for Auditorium Complex Volume No. I [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 1FF 6Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Auditorium Complex Volume No. II [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 1FF 7Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Auditorium Complex Volume No. III [Varenhorst's personal copy]
Box 1FF 8Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Seating & Riser System Volume No. I [Varenhorst's copy], Specifications Equipment for Energy Conversion Plant [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 1FF 9Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Energy Conversion Plant Volume No. I [Varenhorst's personal copy], Specifications for Furnishings & Equipment- Phase I
Box 1FF 10Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Furnishings & Equipment- Phase II [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 1FF 11Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Site Development, Phase I [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 1FF 12Century II: Specifications Books-- Specifications for Site Development- Phase II (1967), Specifications for Site Development- Phase III, Specifications for Site Development- Phase IV [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 1FF 13Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Preliminary Concepts and Thoughts about ..... The Wichita Civic & Cultural Center (1961); Resume of Construction Costs- Final Report (1970); A Preliminary Analysis of Site Characteristics & Recommendations for the City of Wichita Civic & Cultural Center [Varenhorst's personal copy] (1961); Auditorium Facilities for Wichita, Kansas (An Economic Study) prepared by the Stanford Research Institute (1962)
Box 1FF 14Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Housing the Drama and Audience Arts (1962); Interim Report & Recommendations to the Commission Civic & Cultural Center (1962); General Design Study report for the City of Wichita Civic & Cultural Center (1962); A Feasibility Study of Energy Conversion Plants (1963); Progress Report Preliminary Plan for the City of Wichita, Kansas Civic Cultural Center (1963)
Box 2FF 1Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Report on Parking & Land Distribution for the City of Wichita, Kansas October 1, 1963 Civic Cultural Center (1963); Preliminary Plan Report for the City of Wichita Civic Cultural Center (1964); Auditorium Complex Civic Cultural Center; Civic Cultural Center Cost Estimate Analysis (1964); Construction Cost Estimate Analysis (1965); Area Computations (1966)
Box 2FF 2Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Addendum No. 1 Thru 5 of Specifications for Auditorium Complex; Specifications for Auditorium Complex Volume No. I;
Box 2FF 3Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Auditorium Complex Volume No. II
Box 2FF 4Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Auditorium Complex Volume No. III
Box 2FF 5Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Seating & Riser System Volume No. I; Specifications Equipment for Energy Conversion Plant
Box 2FF 6Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Energy Conversion Plant Volume No. I; Specifications for Furnishings & Equipment- Phase I
Box 2FF 7Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Furnishings & Equipment- Phase II
Box 2FF 8Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Site Development, Phase I
Box 2FF 9Century II: Specifications Books, 2d set-- Specifications for Site Development- Phase II (1967); Specifications for Site Development- Phase III; Specifications for Site Development- Phase IV
Box 2FF 10Century II: Auditorium Complex Operational Reports-- Proposals and Recommendations for Operation of Civic Auditorium Complex Report No. 1 (1965); correspondence, meeting minutes, and drafts of resolutions and ordinances governing the use of the facility, 1966-1967.
Box 2FF 11Century II: City Ordinances and Building Codes-- Includes 1966 Building Codes and Ordinance No. 28-251, 1965.
Box 2FF 12Century II: Office Project Memos-- January 1963-July 1965
Box 2FF 13Century II: 500A City Agreements-- Agreement by and between city of Wichita and John M. Hickman (August 9, 1961); confidential response- letter of interpretation of agreement (July 5, 1962); agreement by and between city of Wichita and John M. Hickman and Associates (February 5, 1963); agreement by and between Board of Directors of the Wichita City Library and Robert J. Schaefer, Henry W. Schirmer Jr. and Robert D. Eflin (February 5, 1963); General Agreement by and between Wilbur Kruse, Donald Roberts, Robert Smith and John Hickman & Roy Varenhorst (March 20, 1964); agreement by and between city of Wichita and Roy K. Varenhorst (August 25, 1964); agreement by and between Roy K. Varenhorst and Glenn R. Routledge approved by the city of Wichita (April 5, 1966);agreement by and between Roy K. Varenhorst and Charles G. Bean approved by the city of Wichita (October 11, 1966); agreement by and between Roy K. Varenhorst and Leo L. Birzer approved by the city of Wichita (March 7, 1967)
Box 2FF 14Century II: 500A City Agreements-- Agreement drafts
Box 2FF 15Century II: 500A City Agreements-- Supplemental Agreement
Box 2FF 16Century II: 500A City Agreements-- correspondence,1962 and 1967-1968
Box 2FF 17Century II: 500B Budget Information-- correspondence, 1964-1967
Box 3FF 1Century II: 500B Budget Information-- Statements to the City, 1962-1970
Box 3FF 2Century II: 500B1 Budget Information, Tax Exemption-- correspondence, 1964-1968
Box 3FF 3Century II: 500C Preliminaries-- correspondence, 1961-1965
Box 3FF 4Century II: 500D Plant Feasibility-- correspondence, 1964
Box 3FF 5Century II: 500E Equipment for Energy Conversion Plant-- correspondence and machinery manuals, 1964-1967
Box 3FF 6Century II: 500F Energy Conversion Plant-- correspondence, 1963-1968
Box 3FF 7Century II: 500G1 Site Development General-- correspondence, 1964-1969
Box 3FF 8Century II: 500G2 Site Development Phase I-- correspondence, 1966-1968
Box 3FF 9Century II: 500G3 Site Development Phase II-- correspondence, 1967
Box 3FF 10Century II: 500G4 Site Development Phase III-- correspondence, 1967-1968
Box 3FF 11Century II: 500G5 Site Development Phase IV-- correspondence, 1968-1969
Box 3FF 12Century II: 500H Auditorium Complex-- correspondence, 1966
Box 3FF 13Century II: 500H Auditorium Complex-- correspondence, 1967
Box 3FF 14Century II: 500H Auditorium Complex-- correspondence, 1968-1969
Box 3FF 15Century II: 500I Seating & Riser System-- correspondence, 1966-1969
Box 3FF 16Century II: 500J Furnishings & Equipment-- correspondence, 1966-1969
Box 3FF 17Century II: 500L Library-- correspondence, 1964-1968
Box 3FF 18Century II: 500 Extra Services-- correspondence, 1967
Box 3FF 19Century II: 500 City-- correspondence, 1965-1968
Box 3FF 20Century II: 500 City-- correspondence, 1969
Box 3FF 21Century II: 500 City-- correspondence, 1970
Box 3FF 22Century II: 500 River Beautification-- correspondence, 1967 and 1968
Box 3FF 23Century II: 501A Herbert D. Speyer, Agreement-- Agreement by and between John Hickman and Herbert Speyer (January 28, 1964); correspondence and notes regarding Mechanical Engineering Agreement
Box 3FF 24Century II: 501A Herbert D. Speyer, General-- correspondence, 1964-1969
Box 3FF 25Century II: 501A Herbert D. Speyer, Plumbing-- correspondence, 1965- 968
Box 3FF 26Century II: 501A Herbert D. Speyer Heating, Ventilating, & Air Conditioning-- correspondence, 1964-1966
Box 3FF 27Century II: 501A Herbert D. Speyer, Statements-- 1964-1969 and financial ledger pages
Box 3FF 28Century II: 501B Dudley Williams, Agreement-- Agreement by and between John Hickman and W. Dudley Williams (March 13, 1964); Notes for Structural Engineering Agreement
Box 3FF 29Century II: 501B Dudley Williams, Correspondence-- 1964-1969
Box 3FF 30Century II: 501B Dudley Williams, Statements-- 1964-1968 and financial ledger pages
Box 3FF 31Century II: 501C Other Correspondence-- February-March, 1963
Box 4FF 1Century II: 501C Other Correspondence-- February 1963-July 1965
Box 4FF 2Century II: 501D Project Inspector, Agreement-- Agreement by and between Roy K. Varenhorst and Charles G. Bean (October 11, 1966); Agreement by and between Roy K. Varenhorst and Leo L. Birzer (March 7, 1967)
Box 4FF 3Century II: 501D Project Inspector, Correspondence -- 1966-1969
Box 4FF 4Century II: 501D Project Inspector, Transmittals-- 1966-1969
Box 4FF 5Century II: 501D Project Inspector-- Daily Report Vol. I, March 8, 1966-December 8, 1967The report books are too large to fit inside a folder and are therefore found in front of their folder rather than inside.
Box 4FF 6Century II: 501D Project Inspector-- Daily Report Vol. II, December 19, 1967-February 5, 1969The report books are too large to fit inside a folder and are therefore found in front of their folder rather than inside.
Box 4FF 7Century II: 501D Project Inspector--- meeting and conference notes, office project memos, notes for inspection tours, 1963-1965 and 1968
Box 4FF 8Century II: 502A George Izenour, Agreement-- Agreement by and between The City of Wichita and George C. Izenour (May 21, 1963); Notes for Agreement with Mr. George C. Izenour for Stage Equipment & Lighting Consulting (April 23, 1963); Notes for Agreement with Mr. George C. Izenour for Stage Equipment & Lighting Consulting (April 26, 1963); final and draft versions
Box 4FF 9Century II: 502A George Izenour, Submittals-- 1964-1968, some include drawings
Box 4FF 10Century II: 502A George Izenour, Transmittals-- 1964-1968
Box 4FF 11Century II: 502A George Izenour, Correspondence-- 1963-1964
Box 4FF 12Century II: 502A George Izenour, Correspondence-- 1965-1966
Box 4FF 13Century II: 502A George Izenour, Correspondence-- 1967
Box 4FF 14Century II: 502A George Izenour, Correspondence-- 1968-1973
Box 4FF 15Century II: 502A George Izenour, Equipment-- 1965
Box 4FF 16Century II: 502A George Izenour, Statements-- correspondence, financial ledger information
Box 4FF 17Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Agreement-- Agreement by and between The City of Wichita and Vern O. Knudsen (May 21, 1963); Notes for Agreement with Dr. V. O. Knudsen for Acoustical Consulting (April 23, 1963); typed transcript-like notes made by John Hickman in discussion with Eugene Pirtle (May 10, 1963); Notes Prepatory to Telephoning D. Knudsen (May 24, 1963); Telecon transcript Hickman to Knudsen (May 24, 1963); Notes on the Relationship of the Parties
Box 4FF 18Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Correspondence-- 1963
Box 4FF 19Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Correspondence-- 1964
Box 5FF 1Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Correspondence-- 1965
Box 5FF 2Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Correspondence-- 1966-1967
Box 5FF 3Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Correspondence-- 1968-1970
Box 5FF 4Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Correspondence-- Acoustical Recommendation Letters, 1964
Box 5FF 5Century II: 502B Dr. Vern O. Knudsen, Statements-- 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1968
Box 5FF 6Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Agreement-- Agreement by and between The City of Wichita and D. Dana Price (May 21, 1963); Agreement by and between John M. Hickman & Associates and D. Dana Price (March 14, 1964); Notes for Electrical Engineering Agreement; Notes for Agreement with D. Dana Price, Engineer for Consulting Services on the Civic Cultural Center Project (April 26, 1963); correspondence (1964)
Box 5FF 7Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Plant Feasibility-- Correspondence, May-August, 1963
Box 5FF 8Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Plant Feasibility-- Correspondence, September-December, 1963
Box 5FF 9Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Plant Feasibility-- Correspondence, 1964-1965
Box 5FF 10Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1963
Box 5FF 11Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1964
Box 5FF 12Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1965
Box 5FF 13Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1966
Box 5FF 14Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1967
Box 5FF 15Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1968
Box 5FF 16Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Correspondence, 1969
Box 5FF 17Century II: 502C D. Dana Price, Electrical-- Statements (1964-1968); correspondence; financial ledgers
Box 5FF 18Century II: 503 Site Development, Correspondence-- 1967
Box 5FF 19Century II: 504 Site Information, Surveys, Tests, Analysis Reports-- Correspondence (1963); Agreement for purpose of securing professional services of the firm Engineering Geology Service (February 15, 1963); proposal for Foundation Investigation (February 20, 1963); Project Agenda Commission Discussion (February 25, 1963); Foundation Investigation Proposal (February 25, 1963)
Box 5FF 20Century II: 504 Site Information, Surveys, Tests, Analysis Reports-- Correspondence, 1964-1966
Box 5FF 21Century II: 504A Urban Renewal Agency-- Correspondence (1961, 1963-1966, 1968); Timing of Urban Renewal Activities (1962-1963); Urban Renewal Agency Annual Report (1960); Urban Renewal Agency Staff Report (1962); Urban Renewal Agency Annual Report (1962); Statement by U.R.A. in Connection with Civic Center (1962); Wichita Urban Renewal Agency Annual Report (1965); Urban Renewal Plan (1964); Amended Urban Renewal Plan (1968); Building Conditions Map for Civic Center, date unknown
Box 5FF 22Century II: 504B Urban Renewal Agency, Demolition-- correspondence (January 1965); Contract Documents for Demolition & Site Clearance Proposals and Specifications for Site Clearance (1965)
Box 5FF 23Century II: 507 General Design (Users)-- correspondence, 1963-1964
Box 5FF 24Century II: 507 General Design (Users)-- correspondence, 1965-1968
Box 5FF 25Century II: 508 Inspection Department Codes-- correspondence, 1963-1965 and 1967-1968
Box 5FF 26Century II: 509 Library Information & Correspondence with Schaefer, Shirmer, & Eflin Architects-- correspondence, 1961 and 1963-1966
Box 5FF 27Century II: 509 Library Information & Correspondence with Schaefer, Shirmer, & Eflin Architects--- Statement of Principles for New Wichita City Library (1962); Schematic Design Presentation Wichita City Library (1963); General Construction Work Bid Tabulation (1965); Agreement by and between The Board of Directors of the Wichita Public Library and Estey Corporation (1966); Agreement by and between The Board of Directors of the Wichita Public Library and House of Carpet (1966); Wichita City Library Site Study (1959)
Box 6FF 1Century II: 510 Progress Reports-- 1963
Box 6FF 2Century II: 511 Area Computations-- 1963-1964, 1966, dates unknown
Box 6FF 3Century II: 512A Estimated Costs, Construction-- cost estimate summaries and correspondence, 1964-1966
Box 6FF 4Century II: 512B Estimated Costs, Consultants & Engineers-- correspondence, 1963-1965
Box 6FF 5Century II: 512C Conference Notes-- 1965-1968
Box 6FF 6Century II: 512C Printing Costs-- correspondence and price information, 1964-1968
Box 6FF 7Century II: 513 Coordination Conference-- meeting minutes and correspondence, 1964
Box 6FF 8Century II: 513 Coordination Conference-- meeting minutes and correspondence, 1965-1967
Box 6FF 9Century II: 513 Soil Testing Investigation-- correspondence, 1962-1969
Box 6FF 10Century II: 513 Soil Testing Investigation-- Lab Report No. 409300 (1961); Preliminary Report (1963); Foundation Pier Drilling Recordings (1966); manuscript data and calculations; Bell Bottom Foundation Co. Cubic Footage Contents Chart (1960)
Box 6FF 11Century II: 513 Soil Testing Investigation-- Foundation Investigation Report
Box 6FF 12Century II: 513 Public Presentations & Response to Personal Letters-- correspondence (1963-1968); Civic Center promotional brochure; Central Building promotional brochure; Durability Studies of Exposed Aggregate Panels by A. W. Isberner (1963)
Box 6FF 13Century II: 518 Professional Estimating-- ESPRO company information, 1964
Box 6FF 14Century II: 519 Specs, Bonds, etc.-- correspondence, 1964-1966; two articles from magazines; Senate Bill No. 36
Box 6FF 15Century II: 521 Prospective Bidders-- correspondence, 1963 and 1965
Box 6FF 16Century II: 521 Prospective Bidders-- correspondence, 1965-1966
Box 6FF 17Century II: 522 Secured Bids-- correspondence, 1965
Box 6FF 18Century II: 522 Secured Bids, Marley-- Agreement by and between City of Wichita and Marley Company (May 18, 1965); Certificate for Payment (September 28, 1966); correspondence (1965 and 1967)
Box 6FF 19Century II: 522 Secured Bids, Carrier-- Agreement by and between City of Wichita and Carrier Air Conditioning Company (May 18, 1965); correspondence (1965-1967); Certificates for Payment (1966)
Box 6FF 20Century II: 522 Secured Bids, Wichita Burner-- Agreement for Equipment for the Energy Conversion Plant (April 26, 1965); Submittal Data Package Hot Water Boilers (September 1965); correspondence (1965-1966); Certificates for Payment (1966)
Box 6FF 21Century II: 523 Equipment Used in Energy Conversion Plant-- operating/maintenance manuals, 1965
Box 6FF 22Century II: 524 Correspondence, Energy Conversion Plant-- 1964-1966
Box 6FF 23Century II: Parking Information-- map of Century II parking after 6pm & weekends
Box 6FF 24Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Agreement-- Construction Agreement; Agreement by and between Martin K. Eby Construction Co., Inc. and Equipment Rental and Sale Co., Inc. d/b/a/ Eby and Company, a Joint Venture, and the City of Wichita (December 14, 1965); Schedule A to Agreement; Amendment to Agreement (March 8, 1966); correspondence (1966)
Box 6FF 25Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- November 1965 and January 1966-April 1966
Box 6FF 26Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- May 1966-December 1966
Box 6FF 27Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- January 1967-June 1967
Box 7FF 1Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- July 1967-August 1967
Box 7FF 2Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- September 1967-December 1967
Box 7FF 3Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- January 1968-April 1968
Box 7FF 4Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- May 1968-July 1968
Box 7FF 5Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- August 1968-December 1968
Box 7FF 6Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- January 1969-February 1969
Box 7FF 7Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Eby-- March 1969-November 1969
Box 7FF 8Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Eby-- December 1965-December 1966
Box 7FF 9Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Eby-- January 1967-June 1967
Box 7FF 10Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Eby-- July 1967-December 1967
Box 7FF 11Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Eby-- January 1968-June 1968
Box 7FF 12Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Eby-- July 1968-December 1968
Box 7FF 13Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Eby-- January 1969-October 1969
Box 7FF 14Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs-- Proposal of Wichita Chemical and Testing Laboratories for Auditorium Complex, 1965
Box 7FF 15Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence to Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs-- 1966-1968
Box 7FF 16Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence from Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs-- 1966-1967
Box 7FF 17Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- February 28, 1966- April 29, 1966.
Box 7FF 18Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- May 3, 1966- May 25, 1966
Box 7FF 19Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- May 26, 1966- June 9, 1966
Box 7FF 20Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- June 10, 1966- July 5, 1966
Box 7FF 21Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- July 5, 1966- August 10, 1966
Box 7FF 22Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- August 11, 1966- September 7, 1966
Box 7FF 23Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- September 2, 1966-October 26, 1966
Box 7FF 24Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- October 28, 1966-December 9, 1966
Box 8FF 1Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- December 12, 1966-February 3, 1967
Box 8FF 2Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- February 7, 1967-April 10, 1967
Box 8FF 3Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- April 12, 1967-May 17, 1967
Box 8FF 4Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- May 18, 1967-June 9, 1967
Box 8FF 5Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- June 13, 1967-July 14, 1967
Box 8FF 6Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- July 21, 1967-October 4, 1967
Box 8FF 7Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- October 5, 1967-January 8, 1968
Box 8FF 8Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs, Reports-- January 15, 1968-March 27, 1968
Box 8FF 9Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Correspondence-- correspondence regarding Wichita Chemical & Testing Labs statements, 1966-1968
Box 8FF 10Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex, Insurance-- correspondence and certificates, 1966-1968
Box 8FF 11Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Correspondence from Eby-- 1966-1967
Box 8FF 12Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Correspondence to Eby-- 1966-1967
Box 8FF 13Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, E. K. Jenkins Correspondence-- 1966
Box 8FF 14Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Ray Martin Correspondence-- 1966
Box 8FF 15Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Rockwell Manufacturing Correspondence-- 1966
Box 8FF 16Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Agreement-- Construction Agreement by and between Eby and Company and City of Wichita, February 15, 1966
Box 8FF 17Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Submittals-- February-March 1966, most include drawings
Box 8FF 18Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Submittals-- March-May 1966, most include drawings
Box 8FF 19Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Submittals-- May-November 1966, most include drawings
Box 8FF 20Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Insurance-- correspondence, policies, statements of condition (1966-1970). Includes Auditorium Complex
Box 8FF 21Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Change Orders-- Orders and correspondence, 1966
Box 8FF 22Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Certificates of Payment-- 1966
Box 8FF 23Century II: 525 Energy Conversion Plant, Engineering Testing Company-- billings, correspondence, and testing reports, 1966-1967
Box 8FF 24Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders, Curtain Track & Curtain Specifications-- Specifications and correspondence, 1967
Box 8FF 25Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders, Curtain Track Exhibition Hall-- correspondence, 1967
Box 8FF 26Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders, Natural Gas Specifications & Installation-- Specifications, drafts of Specifications, equipment catalogs (1967). American Standard Installation of Gas Appliances and Gas Piping (1964)
Box 8FF 27Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- correspondence, 1967-1968
Box 8FF 28Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- Change Orders, 1966-1969
Box 9FF 1Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- our [Varenhorst & Associates] changes to Eby not listed as change numbers, 1966
Box 9FF 2Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- Eby & Company changes nos. 2-12, 1966
Box 9FF 3Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- Eby & Company changes nos. 13-29, 1966-1967 [For change no. 1 see no. 59, for no. 28 see no. 39]
Box 9FF 4Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- Eby & Company changes nos. 30-39, 1966-1967 [missing change no. 36]
Box 9FF 5Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- Eby & Company changes nos. 40-59, 1967 [missing change nos. 44, 54, 58
Box 9FF 6Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Approvals and Change Orders-- Eby & Company changes nos. 60-90, 1967. [missing change nos. 77, 79, 81, 82, 84, 86, 88]
Box 9FF 7Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Certificates of Payment-- Nos. 1-10, 1966
Box 9FF 8Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Certificates of Payment-- Nos. 11-15, 1967
Box 9FF 9Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Certificates of Payment-- Nos. 16-20, 1967
Box 9FF 10Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Certificates of Payment-- Nos. 21-25, 1967-1968
Box 9FF 11Century II: 525 Auditorium Complex Certificates of Payment-- Nos. 26-39, 1968-1969
Box 9FF 12Century II: 527 Seating & Riser System, Bids-- correspondence, 1966
Box 9FF 13Century II: 527 Seating & Riser System, Agreement-- Agreement by and between American Seating Company and the City of Wichita (July 19, 1966). Also includes Resume of Chair Sizes, correspondence, drawings, and photographs of chairs
Box 9FF 14Century II: 527 Seating & Riser System, Correspondence-- 1964-1967
Box 9FF 15Century II: 527 Seating & Riser System, Correspondence-- 1968
Box 9FF 16Century II: 527 Seating & Riser System, Correspondence-- 1969-1970
Box 9FF 17Century II: 527 Seating & Riser System, Certificates of Payment-- 1969; includes correspondence
Box 9FF 18Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Preliminary Correspondence-- 1961
Box 9FF 19Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Preliminary Correspondence-- 1962-1963
Box 9FF 20Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Agreement-- Agreement by and between Ritchie Brothers Construction Company and the City of Wichita, September 6, 1966
Box 9FF 21Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Information-- Insurance certificates, product catalogs, and drawings from Sterner Lighting, 1965-1967
Box 10FF 1Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Correspondence from Ritchie Bros.-- 1966
Box 10FF 2Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Correspondence to/concerning Ritchie Bros.-- 1966-1967
Box 10FF 3Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Change Orders-- Change Orders and correspondence, 1966
Box 10FF 4Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Ritchie Bros. Certificates of Payment-- 1966-1967
Box 10FF 5Century II: 528 Site Development Phase I, Wichita Chemical Extra Test Reports-- 1966
Box 10FF 6Century II: 529 Site Development Phase II-- Preliminary correspondence, 1967
Box 10FF 7Century II: 530 Site Development Phase III, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Plaza-- correspondence, 1966-1969, 1990
Box 10FF 8Century II: 530 Site Development Phase IV, General-- Cost Estimate and correspondence, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 9Century II: 530 Site Development Phase IV, Mid-Kansas Construction Company-- Agreement by and between Mid-Kansas Construction Co., Inc. and the City of Wichita, November 4, 1968. Includes Bid Bond and Proposal for Project Work
Box 10FF 10Century II: 530 Site Development Phase IV, Mid-Kansas Construction Company-- correspondence, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 11Century II: 530 Site Development Phase IV, Mid-Kansas Construction Company-- Wichita Testing Laboratories reports, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 12Century II: 530 Site Development Phase IV, Mid-Kansas Construction Company-- Certificates of Payment, 1969
Box 10FF 13Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Auditorium Complex & Equipment-- Project Budget Summary (1969); list of bid categories (1967); Purchase Order and Vendor's Claim Vouchers, (1968-1969); Proposed List as Listed in Special Conditions
Box 10FF 14Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Auditorium Complex & Equipment-- Preliminary Correspondence, 1963, 1965, 1966, 1967
Box 10FF 15Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Auditorium Complex & Equipment-- Preliminary Correspondence, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 16Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase I Pianos-- Agreement by and between King Music Co., Inc. and the City of Wichita (May 7, 1968); Agreement by and between Jenkins Music Company and the City of Wichita (May 7, 1968). Agreements include bond and insurance information
Box 10FF 17Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase I Pianos-- correspondence, 1966-1969
Box 10FF 18Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase I Organ-- correspondence, 1967-1968
Box 10FF 19Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase II Contractors-- Bauman Business Interiors, Building Specialties and Equipment Company, Davenport Interiors. May include agreements, correspondence, certificates of payment, and other materials information, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 20Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase II Contractors-- Empire Equipment, Globe Ticket, Goldsmith's. May include agreements, correspondence, certificates of payment, and other materials information, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 21Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase II Contractors-- Kansas Fire Equipment, Lift Truck Sales and Service, Orr's. May include agreements, correspondence, certificates of payment, and other materials information, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 22Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase II Contractors-- School & Park Supply, Wholesale Carpet. May include agreements, correspondence, certificates of payment, and other materials or information, 1968-1969
Box 10FF 23Century II: 531 Furnishings & Equipment, Phase II Graphics-- correspondence (1968-1969); conference notes (1968); specifications (1968)
Box 10FF 24Century II: Index to Files-- The Index to Civic Cultural Center Files was last revised April 11, 1967. The collection however, includes Century II materials that do not appear on the index. These files follow in alphabetical order.
Box 10FF 25Century II: Accidents- correspondence, 1969
Box 10FF 26Century II: The Architects Civic Development Study, 1956
Box 10FF 27Century II: Board of City Commissioners-- an anthology of the minutes of the Board of Wichita City Commissioners In so far as they pertain to the Civic Cultural Center, prepared September 10, 1964
Box 10FF 28Century II: Center City Study-- prepared by the Wichita Area Metropolitan Area Planning Department, 1961 [Removed from notebook]
Box 10FF 29Century II: Center City Study-- continued materials from previous folder [Removed from notebook]
Box 11FF 1Century II: Century II Convention Expansion-- interim report, 1983
Box 11FF 2Century II: Correspondence Index-- lists Date, To, From and Subject Matter, Copies, and Cat. No. for Century II related correspondence, 1963-1969. Includes File Category Index. [Removed from notebook]
Box 11FF 3Century II: Drafts-- includes drafts of Communications Chart, typed Introductory Outline to Mayor's Advisory Committee with Hickman manuscript markings and signature (1961), typed version of Introductory Outline to the Mayor's Advisory Committee with manuscript changes (1961), Proof Copy of the General Design Study Report with manuscript note regarding changes from John Hickman stapled inside (1962), page of manuscript
Box 11FF 4Century II: Drawings & Prints-- lists of construction prints and drawings [Removed from notebook]
Box 11FF 5Century II: Drawings & Prints-- lists of drawings continued from previous folder [Removed from notebook]
Box 11FF 6Century II: Drawings & Prints-- record of shop drawings and prints [Removed from notebook]
Box 11FF 7Century II: Fire Damage-- correspondence, 1968-1969
Box 11FF 8Century II: Fire Damage-- Approvals, 1968
Box 11FF 9Century II: Fleeson, Gooing, Coulson & Kitch-- billing statements sent, 1965 and 1972
Box 11FF 10Century II: Hickman Private Personal File, No. 1-- sketches of possible Hickman logo and drafts and informational materials regarding Century II project including Planning Progress Schedule, Planning Progress Schedule Excluding Construction Stage, and Master Schedule Project Office Force and Time [materials were removed from binder; photocopy of front cover included]
Box 11FF 11Century II: Hickman Personal File, No. 2-- drafts and informational materials regarding Century II project including Fact Sheet; Financing the City of Wichita Capital Improvement Program (1963-1968); Commission meeting minutes (February 19, 1963); Verbatim Transcript of that Portion of Commission Meeting of September 11, 1962 with Reference to Architect for Civic Cultural Center; Verbatim Transcript of that Portion of Meeting of February 19, 1963 with Reference to the Site Plan for the Civic Cultural Center [materials were removed from binder; photocopy of front cover included]
Box 11FF 12Century II: Hickman Private Personal File, No. 3-- drafts and informational materials regarding Century II project including negotiations for Civic Center, 1962 [materials were removed from binder; photocopy of front cover included]
Box 11FF 13Century II: Mayor's Advisory Committee-- meeting minutes of the Mayor's Advisory Committee and sub-committees, 1961-1962
Box 11FF 14Century II: Promotional Materials-- pamphlets/brochures and postcard; correspondence, 1966-1969; publications with Century II material: Wichita Trends (1967), Building Picture (1967) City of Wichita 1968 Annual Report; Wichita 1969
Box 11FF 15Century II: Promotional Materials-- booking folder includes information, maps, and seating charts; folder includes Dedicatory materials for the week of January 11, 1969: Dedicatory Program, welcome, Gala Opening Concerts program, "The Arts In Century II" panel discussion program, "The Wahoo Bird" by William Lindsay White; sampling of performance programs, and a souvenir program for the State of Kansas Inaugural Ceremonies, 1969 held at Century II
Box 11FF 16Century II: Record of Payments-- Century II: log of payments made to contractors
Box 11FF 17Century II: Roof-- approved material sample signed and dated by Varenhorst, 1968; manuscript notes, drafts, and other materials discussing resurfacing of Century II roof, 1970s
Box 11FF 18Century II: Roof-- correspondence discussing resurfacing of Century II roof, 1977-1978
Box 11FF 19Century II: Roof-- Summons (original), File Copies of materials sent by Varenhorst to State Board [2 copies], Commissioner Proceedings and other materials regarding Case No.
77C1970, Mary Joyce Lewis et al vs. City of Wichita et al., the resurfacing of Century II roof
Box 11FF 20Century II: Roof-- continued materials regarding Case No. 77C1970 Mary Joyce Lewis et al vs. City of Wichita et al., the resurfacing of Century II roof
Box 11FF 21Century II: Roof-- Deposition of William Hattan, October 18, 1977, as part of Case No. 77C1970, Mary Joyce Lewis et al vs. City of Wichita et al., the resurfacing of Century II roof
Box 12FF 1Century II: Roof-- Deposition of Roy Varenhorst, October 19, 1977, as part of Case No. 77C1970, Mary Joyce Lewis et al vs. City of Wichita et al., the resurfacing of Century II roof
Box 12FF 2Century II: Roof-- audiocassette, Side A: City Commissioners Meeting, August 16, 1977, discussing Century II roof; Side B: City Commissioners Meeting, August 23, 1977, discussing Century II roof
Box 12FF 3Century II: Schedule of Activities-- January 1969, April 1969-August 1971
Box 12FF 4Century II: Time Records-- Log of time records kept for S. Roberts, Charles Bean, Rod Dunfield, Roney, Leo L. Birzer, and a Summary, 1964
Civic Cultural Center: [see Century II, Box 1 FF2 - Box 12 FF4, Name changed in 1968]
Box 12FF 5Community Hospital for the Area Around Belle Plaine Kansas: Program Outline, December 8, 1959
Box 12FF 6Corbin Education Center: Specifications Building A, Administration. NOTE: The building was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, William Wesley Peters acted as Architect, John Hickman and Roy Varenhorst served as Kansas Representatives of the Taliesin Associated Architects [OFFICE COPY]; Index to General Conditions, General Conditions, Index to Special Conditions, Special Conditions [loose copies with manuscript notations]
Box 12FF 7Corbin Education Center: Agreements-- Includes copies of Agreements By and Between University of Wichita and The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation (1958); University of Wichita and E. W. Johnson, Inc. (1963), University of Wichita and Pray Bros., Inc. (1963), University of Wichita and Wichita Electric Co., Inc (1963). Includes Bid forms for each, Insurance Certificates for Wichita Electric Co. Inc, and manuscript notes re: insurance (1961)
Box 12FF 8Corbin Education Center: Bid Documents-- Order form for Bid Documents, completed Bid Forms, Bid Tabulations, and correspondence, 1962-1963
Box 12FF 9Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- January 1960-October 1962
Box 12FF 10Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- November 1962-February 1963
Box 12FF 11Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- March 1963-April 1963
Box 12FF 12Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- May 1963-June 1963
Box 12FF 13Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- July 1963-August 1963
Box 12FF 14Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- September 1963-November 1963
Box 12FF 15Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Construction-- December 1963-April 1964
Box 12FF 16Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Electrical Contractor-- 1964
Box 12FF 17Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, General Contractor-- 1964
Box 12FF 18Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Inter-Office-- 1964
Box 12FF 19Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Legal/Construction Performance-- 1963
Box 12FF 20Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Mechanical Contractor-- 1963-1964
Box 12FF 21Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Mechanical Engineer-- 1963-1964
Box 12FF 22Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Owner-- 1964
Box 12FF 23Corbin Education Center: Correspondence, Subcontractors & Manufacturers-- 1964
Box 12FF 24Corbin Education Center: Drawings-- includes pencil drawings: West Entrance Walk & Terrace, Faculty Parking Lot, Steel Bowl West End of Pool, Room 102 Mail Distribution, Lounge Table, Interior Planting Boxes, Tables, Exposed Aggregate Concrete Benches and other copied drawings; artist rendering of overall aerial perspective buildings A & B, 1961
Box 12FF 25Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- list of shop drawings
Box 12FF 26Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets nos. 1-25
Box 12FF 27Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets nos. 26-58
Box 13FF 1Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets nos. 59-70
Box 13FF 2Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets nos. 71-95
Box 13FF 3Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets nos. 96-106
Box 13FF 4Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets nos. 107-116
Box 13FF 5Corbin Education Center: Drawings, Shop Drawings-- most include transmittal/submittal sheets, these drawings are not numbered
Box 13FF 6Corbin Education Center: Inspection reports-- 1963-1964, include Field Notes & Instructions
Box 13FF 7Corbin Education Center: Landscaping-- correspondence, 1964; plant tags from Forsythia and Colorado Blue Spruce
Box 13FF 8Corbin Education Center: Materials-- product brochures, specifications, and samples
Box 13FF 9Corbin Education Center: Materials-- product brochures, specifications, and samples
Box 13FF 10Corbin Education Center: Payments, E. W. Johnson-- includes Requests for Payments, Certificate for Payments, and Change Orders, 1963-1964
Box 13FF 11Corbin Education Center: Payments, Pray Brothers-- includes Requests for Payments, Certificate for Payments, and Change Orders, 1963-1964
Box 13FF 12Corbin Education Center: Payments, Wichita Electric-- includes Requests for Payments, Certificate for Payments, and Change Orders, 1963-1964
Box 13FF 13Corbin Education Center: Payment, Statements-- Statements from John Hickman & Associates, 1962-1964
Box 13FF 14Corbin Education Center: Payments-- Record of Payments and Material Paid for by Owner, 1963 1964 and Summary of Payment to Contractors, Architects Payment, and Addition to Above Amounts through May 1964
Box 13FF 15Corbin Education Center: Testing-- Engineering Testing Company reports and Wichita Chemical and Testing Laboratories reports, 1963-1964
Box 13FF 16Eastside State Bank: Correspondence, 1955 and 1956
Box 13FF 17Eastside State Bank: Drawings-- reserve cash locker, tellers currency lockers, tellers silver lockers, all from Diebold Inc.; Century #6 Night Depository and one suggesting buttons and locations for police connections from Mosler Safe Company; Masonry Opening 3-1/2" Five Star Door and Cover Ornament Layout from Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co.
Box 13FF 18Eastside State Bank: Furnishings and Equipment-- list of furnishings and costs by area, Finish Hardware Schedule, receipt for safe deposit lockers for Diebold Inc., and product brochures and specifications
Box 13FF 19Eastside State Bank: Statements & Certificates of Payment, 1955
Box 13FF 20Eastside State Bank: Working Notes-- folder includes manuscript notes, lists, and cost figures, including five "Doodle Desk Pads"
Box 13FF 21Henry's Suburban Children's Store: Specifications book-- Specifications for Addition to Henry's Suburban
Box 13FF 22Henry's Suburban Children's Store: Kamen Supply Co. plumbing fixture specifications (1959); Shelley Electric Co. check sets of Electrical Equipment (1960); brochures and specifications for submitted and approved materials, equipment, and specifications from Pray Brothers Inc. (1959-1960); approvals of drawings by Law & Pollitt Construction Co. (1960); invitation to Special Press Review of Henry's Suburban and Press Release (circa 1956)
Box 13FF 23Herman residence: description of residence designed for Dr. Herman and family for the Wichita Eagle newspaper articles series, 1969
Box 13FF 24Hickman residence: Plumbing and Heating Specifications from U.S. Supply Co. (1956); Time Book (April, 1955);letter and drawings concerning property easements (1957); letter re: roof repair (1963)
Box 13FF 25Hickman residence: House Files, A-F-- includes invoices, receipts, and cancelled checks, 1957. [These files were removed from a file box, sections are divided by acid free paper]
Box 13FF 26Hickman residence: House Files, G-—- includes invoices, receipts, and cancelled checks, 1957. [These files were removed from a file box, sections are divided by acid free paper]
Box 13FF 27Hickman residence: House Files, N-V-- includes invoices, receipts, and cancelled checks, 1957. [These files were removed from a file box, sections are divided by acid free paper]
Box 14FF 1Hickman residence: House Files, W-Z-- includes invoices, receipts, and cancelled checks, 1957. [These files were removed from a file box, sections are divided by acid free paper]
Juvenile Cultural Center: [see Corbin Education Center Box12 FF6 - Box 13 FF 15. Dedicated as the Corbin Education Center in 1964]
Box 14FF 2Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc.: Specifications book-- Specifications for a Building for Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc
Box 14FF 3Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Contractor Bid Proposals and tabulations, 1961
Box 14FF 4Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Certificates for Payment-- 1961-1962
Box 14FF 5Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Contract w/draft, 1960
Box 14FF 6Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Correspondence, 1960-1963
Box 14FF 7Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Materials & Equipment-- brochures and specifications
Box 14FF 8Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Rural Electrification Administration-- Bulletins, 1956-1962
Box 14FF 9Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Shop Drawings-- drawings and list of drawings
Box 14FF 10Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Testing-- Report from Engineering Testing Company, 1961; survey data, 1960
Box 14FF 11Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Association, Inc: Working Notes-- manuscript notes and other materials
Box 14FF 12Kellogg Medical Offices: Specifications book-- Specifications for Kellogg Medical Offices for Bleckley Incorporated
Box 14FF 13Kellogg Medical Offices: Contract Documents-- General Contract change order no. 1, includes contract between Weller & Boucher Construction Co. and Bleckley, Inc. (1955), Certificate of Insurance and Proposal; Electrical Contract change order no. 1, includes contract between Weller & Boucher Construction Co. and Bleckley, Inc. (1955), Performance Bond and Proposal [3 copies]; Mechanical Contract change order no. 1, includes contract between Rex Robertson, Inc. and Bleckley, Inc. (1955), Performance Bond and Proposal [2 copies]; Paving & Grading Contract change order no. 1, includes contract between Asphalt Paving, Inc. and Bleckley, Inc. (1955), Certificate of Insurance and Proposal
Box 14FF 14Kellogg Medical Offices: Correspondence, 1955-1956
Box 14FF 15Kellogg Medical Offices: Furnishings & Decorating-- correspondence (1956); invoices and sales copies from Herman Miller Furniture Company (1956) and Knoll Associates (1956); manuscript list of furnishings w/prices
Box 14FF 16Kellogg Medical Offices: Furnishings & Fixtures-- correspondence (1955-1956); Knoll Associates price list (1954-1956); Knoll color and fabric samples; brochures, specifications, and images of furniture; Estimate submitted by Knoll (1956); color drawing of furniture placement(?)
Box 14FF 17Kellogg Medical Offices: Mechanical-- shop drawings, equipment brochures and specifications; drawing of minor surgery layout and lighting
Box 14FF 18Kellogg Medical Offices: Proposals-- bids placed by unsuccessful contractors,1955
Box 14FF 19Kellogg Medical Offices: Request for Payment-- Requests /Certificates for payment for Asphalt Paving, Inc., 1956; Rex Robertson, Inc., 1955-1956; Weller & Boucher Construction Co., 1955-1956; Wichita Electric Co., 1955-1956; Statements from Architects Associated, 1955-1956
Box 14FF 20Kellogg Medical Offices: Testing-- Wichita Chemical & Testing Laboratories reports, 1955
Box 14FF 21Kellogg Medical Offices: Tilford Pharmacy-- correspondence, 1956; manuscript notes; drawings, Wall Refrigeration Box and Suggested Change in Store Room
Box 14FF 22The Medical Plaza Development Project: presentation book w/drawings
Box 14FF 23Merrill Residence-- correspondence, 1959; equipment brochures/specifications; manuscript notes; manuscript drawings
Box 14FF 24Mountain Iron & Supply Co.: Specification book for Office Building for Mountain Iron & Supply Company
North Elementary School (Derby, Kansas): [see Pleasantview Elementary School Box 15 FF18 - Box 15 FF33
Box 14FF 25Oaklawn Junior High School (Derby, Kansas): Specifications book
Box 14FF 26Oaklawn Junior High School: Contractor Bid Proposals, Tabulations, & Contracts-- Hahner & Foreman, Inc., E.W. Johnson, Inc., McBride & Dehmer Construction Co., Ross & Cale, Inc., F.H. Sell Construction Co. includes proposed Change Order No. 2 and Non Fedral Contracts By and Between Board of Education- Derby and F. H. Shell (1959, 1960), Simpson & Son, Inc., Clarence E. Vollmer Construction Co., Inc., H.G. Weller Construction Co., Inc., 1959; Tabulations of Bids Received (1959); Memorandum of Agreement between Victor F. Lygrisse and Victor Eugene Lygrisse and BOE Derby for real estate (1959)
Box 14FF 27Oaklawn Junior High School: Correspondence, 1958- May 1959
Box 14FF 28Oaklawn Junior High School: Correspondence, June 1959- 1960
Box 14FF 29Oaklawn Junior High School: Financial Information-- Wage Schedules (1958-1959); Project Changes (1958-1959); Schedule of Amounts for Contract Payments (1959); Periodic Estimate for Partial Payment (1959); Statements (1959); Contract Award (1959); Contract Change (1959)
Box 14FF 30Oaklawn Junior High School: Furniture & Equipment-- Non Federal Contract By and Between Board of Education, Derby, Kansas and Sears, Roebuck & Co. (1959); Non Federal Contract By and Between Board of Education, Derby, Kansas and Thatcher, Inc. (1959); correspondence (1959-1960); two Preliminary Listings (1959); manuscript Preliminary- Recapitulation (1959); Inventory Contracts; manuscript inventories and cost figures
Box 14FF 31Oaklawn Junior High School: Shop Drawings-- many have a submittal or transmittal sheet attached, 1959
Box 15FF 1Oaklawn Junior High School: Shop Drawings-- many have submittal/transmittal sheet attached, 1959-1960
Box 15FF 2Oaklawn Junior High School: Shop Drawings, Electrical-- 1959
Box 15FF 3Oaklawn Junior High School: Testing-- Test Reports (1958-1959); Structural Design and Analysis for Intermediate School at Derby, Kansas, Ordered by Architects Associated, Wichita, Kansas, Performed by Dean and Associates, Lawrence, Kansas
Box 15FF 4Office Tower/Complex [Never Built]: "...Thoughts, Ideas....Concepts..... Proposal for Re-Development of Central Business District," notebook includes drawings of Varenhorst's proposed Twin Towers Office Complex
Box 15FF 5Office Tower/Complex [Never Built]: Proposed Office Tower Preliminary Report; Proposed Office Building Preliminary Report (1971); Proposed Total Block Development Central Business District; drawings and manuscript notes
Box 15FF 6Pan American Cancer Hospital (San Antonio, Texas): Preliminary Estimate & Area Breakdown; correspondence (1954); notes from Inspection visit to M.D. Anderson Hospital (1954); research materials including M. D. Anderson telephone directory (1954), Directory and Pictorial Guide of Texas Medical Center, list of department heads, Public Health Service Act (1954)
Box 15FF 7Payne Elementary School: Specification book for David L. Payne Elementary School Addition; Specification book for David L. Payne Elementary School Earth Fill; pamphlet Addition to Payne Elementary School with front cover drawing, list of Features & Economies in the Payne School Design, and Floor Plan with Area Breakdown
Box 15FF 8Payne Elementary School: Certificates for Payment-- Davidson & Associates, Inc. (1961); Law-Pollitt Construction Co., Inc. (1961); Maines & McMillan, Inc. (1961); Sherwood Construction Co., Inc. (1960)
Box 15FF 9Payne Elementary School: Construction File-- correspondence, 1960
Box 15FF 10Payne Elementary School: Construction File-- correspondence, 1961
Box 15FF 11Payne Elementary School: Construction File-- correspondence, 1962
Box 15FF 12Payne Elementary School: Construction File-- Wichita Chemical and Testing Laboratory reports, 1960-1961
Box 15FF 13Payne Elementary School: Construction File-- color samples; Payne Work Calendar with manuscript notations (1961); Schedule of Law-Pollitt Construction Co., Inc.; Bid Tabulations with manuscript notations (1960); manuscript list
Box 15FF 14Payne Elementary School: Contracts & Proposals-- Form of Proposal with Bid Bonds and Insurance from Allensworth & Knight Electric Company; Buckley Construction Industries; Caro Construction Company, Inc.; Dondlinger & Sons Construction Co., Inc.; Hahner & Foreman, Inc.; E.W. Johnson, Inc.; McBride & Dehmer Construction Co.; Moore-Robertson Plumbing & Heating Co.; Pray Brothers, Inc.; Rex Robertson Inc.; Scott & Landers, Inc.; F. H. Sell Construction Co.; Simpson & Son, Inc.; The Southwestern Electrical Co.; Thorton Electric Co.; Vaughn Plumbing & Heating Co.; Clarence E. Vollmer Construction Company, Inc.
Box 15FF 15Payne Elementary School: Contracts & Proposals-- Form of Contract with Form of Proposal, Bid Bonds, and Insurance from Davidson and Associates, Inc. (1960); Haines and McMillan, Inc. (1960); Law-Pollitt Construction Co., Inc. (1960); Form of Contract only, Sherwood Construction Company (1960)
Box 15FF 16Payne Elementary School: Correspondence-- correspondence (1960-1961); Minutes from Conference Presenting Preliminary Plans for Payne Elementary School (1960); Report- Payne Elementary School Addition (1960)
Box 15FF 17Payne Elementary School: Design-- folder contents include manuscript notes and calculations, cost information, drawings, laboratory testing reports, and correspondence (1960)
Box 15FF 18Pleasantview Elementary School (Derby, Kansas): Specifications book, includes Proposal for Lump Sum Contracts Ohl Construction Co., Inc (1956) with Bod Bond and Insurance; Tabulation of Bids Received (1956); Non Federal Contract By and Between Board of Education and Ohl Construction Co., Inc. (1956); Ohl Construction Co., Inc. Performance Bond (1956) and Statutory Payment Bond (1956); Addendum No. 1 (1955)
Box 15FF 19Pleasantview Elementary School: Agreements-- Agreement By and Between School Board, School District #6, Derby Public Schools, Derby, Kansas, and John M. Hickman, June 1, 1954; Agreement By and Between Board of Education, Common School District #6, Sedgwick County, and Arthur T. Woodman-John M. Hickman of Architects Associated, September 2, 1955
Box 15FF 20Pleasantview Elementary School: Bid Proposals & Tabulations (1955-1956)-- Proposal for Lump Sum Contracts from Caro Construction Co., Inc.; C.A. Doolittle, Jr. Construction Co., Inc.; Martin K. Eby Construction Co., Inc.; (2) Hahner & Foreman, Inc.; Heckathorn Bros. Const. Co.; Herndon Building Company, Inc.; (2) Johnson & Simpson, Inc.; Joe Kreutzer Const Co.; McBride & Dehmer Const. Co.; Clarence E. Vollmer Construction Co., Inc; Weller & Boucher Constr. Co.; Tabulation of Bids Received (1955)
Box 15FF 21Pleasantview Elementary School: Correspondence, 1954 and January-March, 1955
Box 15FF 22Pleasantview Elementary School: Correspondence, April-December, 1955; 1956; 1959
Box 15FF 23Pleasantview Elementary School: Drawings
Box 15FF 24Pleasantview Elementary School (Derby, Kansas): Furnishings & Equipment-- Addendum #1, includes Proposals for Furniture & Equipment Contract and Non-Federal Contracts for Thatcher, Inc., Bowlus School Supply Co., F.E. Compton & Co., School & Park Supply Co., Inc.; correspondence ,1956
Box 15FF 25Pleasantview Elementary School: Payments-- Periodic Estimate for Partial Payment, Hahner & Foreman, Inc. (1955); Periodic Estimate for Partial Payment, Ohl Construction Co., Inc. (1956); Statement for Architectural Services, Architects Associated (1955-1956); Contractor's Monthly Payroll Affidavit (1956); Schedule of Amounts for Contract Payments, Ohl Const. Co., Inc. (1956)
Box 15FF 26Pleasantview Elementary School: Testing-- Testing Reports from Wichita Chemical and Testing Laboratories (1955) and Tulsa Testing Laboratory(1956)
Box 15FF 27Pleasantview Elementary School: Wage Information, 1955
Box 15FF 28Pleasantview Elementary School Kindergarten Addition: Specifications book
Box 15FF 29Pleasantview Elementary School, Kindergarten Addition: Agreement-- Agreement By and Between B.O.E. Derby and Herndon Building Company, Inc., (1957) includes Certificate of Insurance and Performance Bond; draft of Agreement By and Between B.O.E. Derby and Arthur T. Woodman of Architects Associated (1954)
Box 15FF 30Pleasantview Elementary School, Kindergarten Addition: Bid Proposals & Tabulation (1957)-- Form of Proposal of Doolittle Constr. Inc.; Hahner & Foreman, Inc.; Herndon Building Company, Inc.(with Bid Bond and Insurance); Albert Jensen Construction Company, Inc.; Johnson & Simpson, Inc.; McBride & Dehmer; John C. Neely Const. Co.; Ohl Construction Co. Inc. (with Bid Bond, Performance Bonds, and Certificate of Insurance); F.H. Sell Constr Co.; Tabulation Bids Received 1957
Box 15FF 31Pleasantview Elementary School, Kindergarten Addition: Correspondence, 1957
Box 15FF 32Pleasantview Elementary School, Kindergarten Addition: Furniture & Equipment-- material information, 1957
Box 15FF 33Pleasantview Elementary School, Kindergarten Addition: Payment-- Periodical Estimate for Partial payment for General Contract (1957); Statement with Certificates of Payment (1957)
Box 16FF 1Price Elementary School: Specifications Book-- Specifications for Mechanical and Plumbing of Will G. Price Elementary School; Specifications for General Construction of Will G. Price Elementary School
Box 16FF 2Christopher Rankin School: correspondence (1958-1960); Statement (1958-1959); materials information; Total Contracting Costs for the Rankin School (1959); Expenses Incurred and Hours Spent on Rankin School (1959); Information to Carl Bell RE: Rankin School Fee (1959); Prospectus; manuscript notes, ideas, plans, & figures (1958-1959); manuscript drawings and Preliminary Plat of McEwen 7th Edition Sedgwick County, Kansas with manuscript notes and markings
Box 16FF 3Riverview Country Club: Specifications Book-- Specifications for Phase #1- Swimming Pool & Bathhouse
Box 16FF 4Riverview Country Club: Agreement-- Agreement for Electric Service Between Kansas Gas and Electric Company and River View Country Club, Inc., 1958
Box 16FF 5Riverview Country Club: Correspondence, 1956, 1957-1958
Box 16FF 6Riverview Country Club: Drawings-- manuscript and shop drawings
Box 16FF 7Riverview Country Club: Equipment-- catalogs, brochures, and price lists for materials used, 1954-1958
Box 16FF 8Riverview Country Club: Financial Information-- Bid Tabulations (1957); Payroll charts for Hahner & Foreman, Inc.(September-October, 1957); Statement from Hahner & Foreman, Inc. (1958); Cost Breakdown; River View Country Club, Inc. financial statement (January 29, 1958)
Box 16FF 9Riverview Country Club: Testing-- Test Reports from Wichita Chemical and Testing Laboratories (1957) and Layne-Western Company (1957)
Box 16FF 10Riverview Country Club: manuscript notes, lists, and calculations; Prospectus for Riverview Country Club; and list of club members
Box 16FF 11St. Joseph Belt Bank: Correspondence, 1958 and 1961
Box 16FF 12A Short Story- Broadmoor Hotel (Colorado): Rough Draft of Lease and Agreement between Broadmoor Hotel, Inc. and A Short Story; correspondence (1961-1962); manuscript drawings
Box 16FF 13Staley & Associates: Specifications for Max L. Staley & Associates Offices; Statement, 1962
Box 16FF 14Tiller Medical Office Building: Asphalt Paving-- Combined Specification & Proposal Sheets from Asphalt paving, Inc., and Inland Construction Company, 1955
Box 16FF 15Tiller Medical Office Building: Electrical Contractors-- Form of Proposal (1955) from Classen Electric Inc., Hill Electric Company, Inc., Hill Electric Air Conditioning, Inc., Scott & Landers, Shelley Electric Inc.[includes Form of Contract, Form of Statutory Bond, Performance Bond, and Certificate of Insurance], The Southwestern Electrical Co., Bid Tabulation Sheet
Box 16FF 16Tiller Medical Office Building: General Contractors-- Form of Proposal (1955) from C.A. Doolittle Jr. Constr. Co. Inc., Hahner & Foreman Inc., Johnson & Simpson, Inc., McBride & Dohmer Const Co., L.C. Schrader Construction Co., Inc. [includes Performance Bond and insurance information], Weller & Boucher Const. Co., Bid Tabulation sheet
Box 16FF 17Tiller Medical Office Building: Plumbing, Heating, & Air Condition-- Form of Proposal (1955) from Davidson Plumbing Company, Kendall Plumbing Company [includes Form of Contract and Performance Bond], S.A. Long Company, Inc., Moore-Robertson Plbg.& Htg. Co., Rex Robertson Inc.
Box 16FF 18Tiller Medical Office Building: Equipment-- Product information and specifications(1955); drawings
Box 16FF 19Tiller Medical Office Building: Payment Information-- Statements (1956), Certificates for Payment Due Kendall Plumbing Company (1955), L. C. Schrader Construction Co. (1955-1956),
Shelley Electric Inc. (1955-1956), Cost breakdown of materials and labor and additional submittal
Box 16FF 20University of Wichita Library: Specifications book-- Specifications for A Library Building for the University of Wichita
Box 16FF 21University of Wichita Library: Specifications book-- Specifications for A Library Building for the University of Wichita [Varenhorst's copy]
Box 16FF 22University of Wichita Library: Agreements-- Agreement By and Between University of Wichita and John M. Hickman, November 25, 1959; Agreement for Public Works Plan Preparation, September 3, 1959
Box 16FF 23University of Wichita Library: Certificates of Payment-- Certificates for Payment on Contract for Dondlinger & Sons Const. Co., Inc. (1961-1962); Montgomery Elevator Company (1962); Pray Bros., Inc. (1961); Southwestern Electrical Company (1961-1962)
Box 16FF 24University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 1-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, April-June, 1961
Box 16FF 25University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 2-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, July-August, 1961
Box 16FF 26University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 3-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, September-October, 1961
Box 16FF 27University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 4-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, November-December, 1961
Box 16FF 28University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 5-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, January-September, 1962
Box 16FF 29University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 6-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, May-July 1962
Box 16FF 30University of Wichita Library: Construction File No. 6 (continued)-- Correspondence and Reports of Tests of Concrete Specimens, August 1962-January 1964
Box 16FF 31University of Wichita Library: Contracts & Proposals, Electrical-- Form of Proposals from Brown Electric Co., Inc.; Hill Electric Company, Inc.; Scott & Landers, Inc.; Southwestern Electrical Company [includes Form of Contract, Performance Bond, and Certificate of Insurance]; Thorton Electric Co.; Wichita Electric Co., Inc.
Box 16FF 32University of Wichita Library: Contracts & Proposals, Elevators-- Form of Proposals from Elevator Sales & Services, Inc.; Montgomery Elevator Company [includes Form of Contract]
Box 16FF 33University of Wichita Library: Contracts & Proposals, General Construction-- Form of Proposal from Dondlinger & Sons Const. Co., Inc.[includes Form of Contract, Performance Bond, and Certificate of Insurance]; Martin K. Eby Construction Co., Inc.; Hahner & Foreman, Inc.; Harmon Construction Company, Inc.; Law-Pollitt Const. Co., Inc.; Ross & Cale, Inc.; Snodgrass & Sons Construction Co., Inc.; Clarence E. Vollmer Construction Co., Inc.
Box 16FF 34University of Wichita Library: Contracts & Proposals, Mechanical-- Form of Proposals from Buckley Construction Industries; Pray Bros., Inc.(with Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning) [includes Form of Contract, Performance Bond, and Certificate of Insurance]
Box 16FF 35University of Wichita Library: Contracts & Proposals, Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning-- Form of Proposal of Central Air Conditioning Co., Inc; Geren & Co., Inc.; Kendall Plumbing Inc.; Pray Bros., Inc.; Rex Robertson Inc.; Ripstra-Turner Co.; Simmons Plumbing & Heating Company, Inc.
Box 17FF 1University of Wichita Library: Correspondence, 1956-1959
Box 17FF 2University of Wichita Library: Correspondence, 1960-1961, 1963
Box 17FF 3University of Wichita Library: Design Data-- correspondence, manuscript notes, drawings, informational and research materials regarding other libraries and products
Box 17FF 4University of Wichita Library: Design Data-- correspondence, manuscript notes, drawings, informational and research materials regarding other libraries
Box 17FF 5University of Wichita Library: Design Data-- research materials regarding other libraries and products
Box 17FF 6University of Wichita Library: Design Data-- correspondence, manuscript notes, drawings, informational and research materials regarding other libraries and products
Box 17FF 7University of Wichita Library: Drawings-- manuscript and shop drawings
Box 17FF 8University of Wichita Library-- correspondence, specifications, and product brochures regarding elevators(1960)
Box 17FF 9University of Wichita Library: Materials-- color samples
Box 17FF 10University of Wichita Library: Materials-- correspondence, product brochures, specifications, and samples
Box 17FF 11University of Wichita Library: Materials-- correspondence, product brochures, specifications, and samples
Box 17FF 12University of Wichita Library: Materials-- correspondence, product brochures, specifications, and samples
Box 17FF 13University of Wichita Library: Materials-- correspondence, product brochures, specifications, and samples
Box 17FF 14University of Wichita Library: Mechanical-- Contract for Engineering/Architectural Services By and Between the University of Wichita and John M. Hickman (November 25, 1959); correspondence (1959-1961) from E.E. Hysom & Associates, Consulting Mechanical Engineers, and other; statements from Hysom and cancelled checks (1960-1961)
Box 17FF 15University of Wichita Library: Schedules-- Schedule for the Library Wichita University (1959); Chronology of Information from Files (May 1957-April 20, 1961) and Information from Plan Sheets (March 1960-February 1961); Working Drawings & Specification Work Schedule
Box 17FF 16University of Wichita Library: Statements-- 1958 and 1960-1962
Box 17FF 17University of Wichita Library: Wichita Chemical & Testing Laboratories reports-- 1959 and 1961
Box 17FF 18Vacation Resort Project (Kansas): Excerpt from 1970 Report & Recommendations of the Kansas Legislative Council Part I; copy of House Bill No. 1599 with underlining; correspondence (1973); Potential for Vacation Resort Development at Six Selected Reservoir Sites in Kansas produced by Kansas Park and Resources Authority (1969)
Box 18FF 1Tom Via Vacation House [Tucson, Arizona]: correspondence (1958-1959); drawings; Description of Materials form; equipment brochures; photocopied photographs showing terrain; promotional brochure for Catalina Foothills Estates development
Box 18FF 2Vickers Service Station [Haysville, Kansas]: Specifications book for Vickers Petroleum Company Service Station No. 2; two promotional brochures "The Vickers Petroleum Company Presents the Service Station of the Future," with photo of station designed by Architects Associated, one is signed by Hickman
Box 18FF 3Wineteer Elementary School (Derby, Kansas): Specifications-- Specifications for Wineteer Elementary School; Specifications for Wineteer Elementary School Furniture & Equipment
Box 18FF 4Wineteer Elementary School: Architect's Certificate (1958); correspondence (1958, 1959); Furniture & Equipment Preliminary Listing (1959); Inventory of Furniture & Equipment Contracts; Resolution RE Wage Rates (1958); Resolution for approval of plans and specifications (1958); Specifications for plumbing fixtures (1958)
Box 18FF 5Wineteer Elementary School: Drawings-- shop drawings, many include transmittal/submittal sheets
Box 18FF 6Wineteer Elementary School: Drawings-- shop drawings, many include transmittal/submittal sheets
Box 18FF 7Rea Woodman Elementary School: Specifications book-- Specifications for Rea Woodman Elementary School; Release of Contract Documents, Index, Schedule of Abbreviations, Notice to Bidders, Information for Bidders, Form of Proposal, Form of Contract, General Conditions [loose copies with manuscript notations]; Paving Specifications for the New Rea Woodman Elementary School
Box 18FF 8Rea Woodman Elementary School: Agreements-- Agreement By and Between The Board of Education of the City of Wichita, Kansas and John M. Hickman and Associates (1961); Agreement for Engineering Associate By and Between John M. Hickman and Associates and Howard Bridges (1961); Agreement for Engineering Associate By and Between John M. Hickman and Associates and Speyer and Shrum Consulting Engineers (1961); Agreement for Engineering Associate By and Between John M. Hickman and Associates and Dudley Williams (1961)
Box 18FF 9Rea Woodman Elementary School: Correspondence, 1960-1962
Box 18FF 10Rea Woodman Elementary School: Testing-- Soil Tests for Parking Lots (1962); Paving Investigation (1962)
Box 18FF 11Rea Woodman Elementary School: Statements, 1962 and 1963
Box 18FF 12Project Binder-- Front of binder is labeled "Office Twin Towers Single Office Tower Vacation Resort- Housing Circular Tower Twin Towers." Contents include Preliminary Report -- Vacation Resort Complex and Proposed Recreation Resort, Blue Mesa Reservoir, Gunnison, Colorado; Preliminary Report-- Proposed Office Building, Wichita, Kansas; Preliminary Report-- Proposed Office Tower, Wichita, Kansas; plan for the Wichita University Library with text, drawings, floor plans, and descriptions; "A Helping Hand to the Future," plan for the Rea Woodman Elementary School with text, drawings, and descriptions
Box 18FF 13AIA [American Institute of Architects] Documents--Includes samples of Form of Contract, Contract to Construct Buildings, Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect (1963 1966, and 1970), General Conditions of the Contract for Construction (1966), General Conditions of the Contract for the Construction of Buildings (1963), A Policy Report Relative to the Employment of Independent Laboratories Architectural Services and Recommended Compensation (1968), NCARB record of professional qualification request (1973)
Box 18FF 14Board of Education (Wichita)-- correspondence (1954-1955, 1957-1958, 1960-1964, 1966); Looking at the 1959-1960 Budget (1958); list of Board members (1962 and 1964); Fact Capsule $13,500,000 Bond Election March 12, 1963
Box 18FF 15Code File (Kansas)-- correspondence (1960-1963); Application for Approval of Conditional Use Permit for Property Located Within the Jurisdiction of the Board of County Commissioners of Sedgwick County, Kansas; Article 46-- Fire Protection for School Buildings; blank Checklist for Plan Approval Prior to Issuance of Permit; Tentative Ordinance for Smoke proof Towers (1960); Code Requirements for School Buildings in Kansas (1962)
Box 18FF 16Correspondence-- 1957, 1964-1968, 1971, 1973, 1983, 1984
Box 18FF 17Definition of Words-- typed list of "Words- an the definitions thereof:" 154 words with definitions; typed analysis of the word 'love'
Box 18FF 18Engineering File-- correspondence (1957-1958); booklet Structural Engineering Techniques; Professional Engineering Practice in Kansas of Electrical, Mechanical and Structural Engineers (1958)
Box 18FF 19Kansas State Registration and Examining Board of Architects- 26th Annual Report, 1976
Box 18FF 20Letterhead-- samples of letterhead from the firm John M. Hickman and Associates Architects and Planning Consultants; Roy K. Varenhorst and Associates business card
Box 18FF 21Logos-- master logo for Roy K Varenhorst Architect (3 sizes) and John M Hickman Architect (small)
Box 18FF 22Partnership-- 2d Rough Draft of Partnership Agreement By and Between John M. Hickman and Roy K. Varenhorst to form a partnership under the name 'John M. Hickman and Associates, Architects & Planning Consultants' (1961); Rough Draft of Partnership Insurance Trust Agreement
Box 18FF 23Philosophy-- "On Reason and Knowledge," "...If Everyone Must Watch Everyone...," "Away with the Housing-Lord and Money-Lender," "The Architect, Who is He and Why?," "Excerpts from The Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson An Essay on Self-Reliance," "Quoted Comments Concerning the Quality of Cities?," "...Thought...An Excerpt from 'Kindergarten Chats' by Louis Sullivan," "....Love in Marriage...," "....this new mortality....," "Essence of life.... (Frank Lloyd Wright, 1952), page with definitions of 'philosophy' and 'radical' at bottom both Hickman & Varenhorst have signed Guilty as Charged (1961), other collected quotations and excerpts
Box 18FF 24Seismic Information-- clippings and sections taken from the encyclopedia regarding earthquakes and seismology, 1970s
Box 18FF 25Wichita Public Schools-- Outline of Policies and Procedures Used in Selecting and Working with School Architects (1958); Proposal Television and Large Class Instruction in the Wichita Public School for 1959-1960 (1959); Denver Public Schools School Building Cost Study (1959); Comparative School Costs Based Upon Certain Assumptions (1960); manuscript notes
Box 18FF 26Wichita-Sedgwick County Comprehensive Metropolitan Transportation Study, 1961

Series 2 ‒ Frank Lloyd Wright

Box 19FF 1Frank Lloyd Wright-- typed transcript of talk delivered at University of Oklahoma, May 2, 1952 [transcript has wrong date, explanatory email included]; Experimenting with Human Lives, 1923; What is Architecture? from the London Lectures, 1939 [2 copies]; two audio cassettes "Frank Lloyd Wright: His Living Voice, 1987; photocopied drawing Tafel XV Perspektive Vom Hardy-Haus, Racine Wisconsin
Box 19FF 2Ancala Development Corp., Environmental Analysis and Development Plan, Taliesin Associated Architects-Planners, 1987
Box 19FF 3Arizona Biltmore Estates Environmental Planning Services, A Proposal to Talley Industries, Inc., Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1973 [2 copies]
Box 19FF 4Arizona State Capitol, Oasis: Plan for Arizona State Capital, Submitted by Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect, 1957 [7 copies]
Box 19FF 5Aspen Mall, California City, A Review with Proposals Developed in Conjunction with Great Western Cities, Inc., John Rattenbury, Architect, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1977
Box 19FF 6Bush Community Services Center (St. Paul Minnesota) Schematic Drawings, William Wesley Peters, Architect, Member of Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1971 [2 copies]
Box 19FF 7Civic Auditorium for the City of Madison, Wisconsin, Mona Basin Project, Presentation of Design Development Drawings, William Wesley Peters, Architect, Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1968
Box 19FF 8Community Theater for the City of San Jose, California, Presentation of preliminary Drawings, William Wesley Peters, Architect, Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1966
Box 19FF 9Horace E. Dodge & Son Fountain for the City of Detroit, Michigan, Presentation of Schematic Phase, William Wesley Peters, Chief Architect, Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1971
Box 19FF 10Marin County Government Center Preliminary Design Summary, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect
Box 19FF 11Marin County (California) Civic Center Master Plan, William Wesley Peters, Chief Architect, Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1972
Box 19FF 12Mesa Civic & Cultural Center for the City of Mesa, Arizona, John Rattenbury, Architect, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1974 [2 copies]
Box 19FF 13Mountain Run, Shenandoah County, Virginia, Master Plan, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1971
Box 19FF 14Proposed New Governmental Complex for the City of Littleton, Colorado, Taliesin Associated Architects of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1973
Box 19FF 15Resort Hotel, Pinnacle Peak, Arizona, 1980
Box 19FF 16Spencer Residence, Specifications for House for Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Spencer, Brandywine Head, Delaware, Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect
Box 19FF 17United States Postal Facility, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Statement of Qualifications, The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, 1975
Box 19FF 18Article: Built for the Centuries: The New Wichita Education Center Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, The Kansas Teacher, October 1964
Box 19FF 19Article: Frank Lloyd Wright "Arizona and Taliesin," Arizona Highways, February 1956
Box 19FF 20Article: Frank Lloyd Wright The Enduring Presence plus An Unpublished Portfolio, Saturday Review, October 4, 1975
Box 19FF 21Article: Frank Lloyd Wright: His Work Goes On, Friends, October 1978
Box 19FF 22Article: Frank Lloyd Wright in Michigan, AIA [American Institute of Architects] Monthly Bulletin Michigan Society of Architects, December 1959
Box 19FF 23Article: Frank Lloyd Wright- A Selection of Current Work, Mid-Century World Architecture,
Box 19FF 24Article: Frank Lloyd Wright's Guggenheim Museum, Concrete Construction, March 1958
Box 19FF 25Article: Frank Lloyd Wright's Last Western Works, Western Architect and Engineer, March 1961
Box 19FF 26Article: The Future of the City, Saturday Review, May 21, 1955 [2 copies]
Box 19FF 27Article: The Grady Grammage Memorial Auditorium, Arizona Highways, February 1965; Folder also includes photocopied newspaper clippings, 1964
Box 19FF 28Article: The Idea of Education, Architecture Plus, 1962-1963
Box 19FF 29Article: Mr.___ Builds His Dream House, Horizon, September 1968
Box 19FF 30Article: School Architects Score Well with Plaster [Arizona State Music Building], form & function, 1973
Box 19FF 31Article: Taliesin Architects and the Frank Lloyd Wright Tradition, Builder Architect/Contractor Engineer, December 1977 [2 copies]
Box 19FF 32Article: Taliesin in Teheran, Art in America, July-August 1969
Box 19FF 33Article: Three Taliesin Theatres, Theatre Design and Technology, Spring 1975
Box 19FF 34
JTF Journal of the Taliesin Fellows, Spring 1996, Winter 1996, Spring 1997
Box 19FF 35Book announcements, catalogs, and correspondence, 1960s-1970s from Prairie School Press; Arts Catalogue 1989-1990 from The Press at California State University, Fresno; catalogue thirty-one Frank Lloyd Wright 1867-1959, Paul Breman limited; Frank Lloyd Wright Decorative Designs Collection Second Edition, 1990; color advertisement for Frank Lloyd Wright drawings for a living architecture, Horizon Press; GA International Co., Ltd. catalog, 1992; clipped flaps from book jackets (includes FLW and FLW Foundation logos); Guidance Leaflet No. 10 "Architecture," 1932; Beaux-Arts Institute of Design Department of Architecture Circular of Information, 1946-1947
Box 19FF 36Promotional materials including brochures, pamphlets, and postcards featuring Ablah Library Building, Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Lincoln Income Life Insurance Company, Monona Terrace Auditorium and Civic Center, MountainView Estates, Price Tower, Spring Green, and Taliesin.
Box 19FF 37Promotional materials includes brochures, pamphlets for exhibitions, conferences, and tours regarding Frank Lloyd Wright; (18) 2cent U.S. Postage stamps featuring Wright; information regarding medallion
Box 19A16mm film produced by NBC Studios (circa 1952) with 30 minute interview of Wright by Hugh Downs.

Series 3 ‒ Personal

Box 20FF 1Correspondence, 1955, 1957, 1961, 1963, and date unknown; Certificate of Appreciation from The Civitan Club, 1961; map of White Chapel Memorial Gardens showing John Hickman burial spot; (2) funeral booklets; Scientific American magazine signed to John Hickman from Vern O. Knudsen, with Knudsen article, November 1963; State Board of Registration for Architects & Professional Engineers Renewal Application
Box 20FF 2Scrapbook of clippings and photographs of early Hickman related projects in Illinois and Wichita. This file includes a photocopy on acid-free paper of the scrapbook in its original form.
Box 20FF 3Scrapbook of clippings and photographs of early Hickman related projects in Illinois and Wichita. This file includes the actual items removed for preservation purposes.
Box 20FF 4Certified copy of Roy Varenhorst's Birth Certificate; Common Schools Diploma (1942); Senior yearbook from Conway Springs High School (1946); twelve class schedules while a student at Kansas State College (1946-1950s ); one unidentified class schedule (1948); typed statement regarding Hickman's suicide signed and dated by Varenhorst (1964); National Society of Literature and the Arts certificate (1975); Britannica Society certificate; National Council of Architectural Registration Boards certificate (1974) Registered Architect certificates for Kansas (1955), Arizona (1974), Washington (1975), Oregon (1975), Missouri (1976),
Box 20FF 5Class notes includes drawings, Theory of Structures I, Spring Semester 1950
Box 20FF 6Class notes includes drawings, Theory of Structures II, Fall Semester 1950
Box 20FF 7Class notes including drawings, Theory of Structures III, Reinforced Concrete, Spring Semester 1951
Box 20FF 8College exam taken by Varenhorst
Box 20FF 9Military: Appointment to Ensign certificate (1952); Honorable Discharge certificate (1952); appointment to Lieutenant (Junior Grade) certificate (1954); Group/Squadron Basic Air Support course completion certificate (1954); Air Medal certificate (1953); certificate for Veterans Benefits (1955); Honorable Discharge certificate (1966); Temporary additional duty and Change of Duty memos (1954-1955); Report of Separation (1955); Naval Air Basic Training Command Lesson Plans SNJ Engineering (1950); Jet Cross Country Planning (1954); Flight Instructors' Handbook (1956); Veteran's Administration Notice of Authorization of Education and Training Allowance for Organic Agriculture at Taliesin West (1956)
Box 20FF 10Military: Pilot's Handbook for Navy Model F9F-5 Aircraft (1951) and Pilot's Handbook Navy Models AD-4, AD-4Q, AD-4L & AD-4B Aircraft (1952)
Box 20FF 11Family History: including photocopied and original correspondence, photocopied information compiled by Marilyn Loofbourrow, copy of typed draft The Varenhorst Family, and maps and information regarding Lienen, Germany. Paternal line history materials date from the 1970s and 1980s. Folder also includes original receipt from Badger Lumber Company for materials sold to H. Varenhorst Jr., 1921
Box 20FF 12Family History: "Come in and sit a spell," by Levi B. Rymph, collected family history and photographs of Roy Varenhorst's maternal line history, 1973

Series 4 ‒ Clippings

Box 20FF 13Century II: original newspaper clippings removed from binder (continued), 1961-1963 [clippings descend chronologically]
Box 20FF 14Century II: original newspaper clippings removed from binder1963-1965 [clippings descend chronologically]
Box 20FF 15Century II: photocopied newspaper clippings, 1964-1967 [clippings descend chronologically]
Box 20FF 16Century II: photocopied newspaper clippings, 1967-1969
Box 21FF 1Century II: photocopied newspaper clippings, 1969- 1971
Box 21FF 2Century II: original and photocopied newspaper clippings, 1960s
Box 21FF 3Century II: photocopied newspaper clippings, 1970s and 1990s
Box 21FF 4Century II Roof: original and photocopied newspaper clippings, 1977-1978
Box 21FF 5Convention Center: original and photocopied newspaper clippings, 1977-1978
Box 21FF 6Corbin Education Center: original newspaper clippings, 1960s
Box 21FF 7Downtown Wichita: original and photocopied newspaper clippings, 1970s
Box 21FF 8Henry's: original newspaper and magazine clippings, 1954-1955
Box 21FF 9Huntington's Disease: original and photocopied newspaper clippings, 1970s
Box 21FF 10Oaklawn Junior High School: original newspaper clippings, unknown date
Box 21FF 11University of Wichita Library: original newspaper clippings, 1959 and 1960s
Box 21FF 12Urban Renewal Agency: photocopied newspaper clippings, 1960s
Box 21FF 13Vacation Resort: original newspaper clippings, 1970s
Box 21FF 14Wichita City Hall: original newspaper clippings, 1970s
Box 21FF 15Wichita Public Library: original newspaper clippings, 1960s
Box 21FF 16Wichita State University-- General: original newspaper clippings, 1960s
Box 21FF 17Woodman Elementary School: original newspaper clippings, 1960s

Series 5 ‒ Images

Box 21FF 18Amin residence: slides of Kamal Amin's residence at Taliesin West.
Box 21FF 19Brown-Ginzel Project: negatives of artist renderings of building exterior and lot layout
Box 21FF 20Century II: color photographs of building at night, interior construction, aerial view, and Dedication plaque (1970s); Color internegatives
Box 21FF 21Century II: photographs and negatives of artist renderings, drawings, and models, 1960s
Box 21FF 22Century II: slides of Early Schematics of Drawings; Shown to City Commission (6-26-62); Duplicate Set Early Schematics of Drawings (6-26-62); For General Public- Compact Arrangement, Mid Schematics; Mid-Schematic Extras (5-63); Schematics Shown to Commission (9-17-63)
Box 21FF 23Century II: slides of Extras Early Preliminary
Box 21FF 24Century II: slides of Construction & Interior
Box 21FF 25Century II: slides of Concert Hall Theater
Box 21FF 26Century II: photographs of progress, February 1968-February 1969 [photographs descend chronologically]; Concert Hall during construction
Box 21FF 27Century II: photographs of progress on Energy Conversion Plant, May-November 1966 [photographs descend chronologically]
Box 21FF 28Century II: slides-- September 1969; December 1970
Box 21FF 29Century II: slides-- July & August 1977; Night Aerial Scenes from Holiday Inn looking south (October 1977); used in C.E.C. Brochure; Perimeter showing neoprene gasket closing off attic space from outside direct air
Box 22FF 1Circular Office Center: binder with photographs of model and a sheet of slides of the model
Box 22FF 2Corbin Education Center: slides of construction, 1963-1964
Box 22FF 3Federal Savings & Loan, St. Joseph, MO: interior photographs
Box 22FF 4Glickman residence: exterior photographs
Box 22FF 5Grady Grammage Auditorium (Phoenix, Arizona): slides of Frank Lloyd Wright designed building
Box 22FF 6Hemisfair68: slides of Hickman illustrations
Box 22FF 7Henry's: photographs of interior and exterior; photographs of an artist rendering; slides of exterior
Box 22FF 8Hickman residence [John M. Hickman's parents]: snapshots and negatives of interior and exterior
Box 22FF 9Kan-Oklahoma Telephone Office: slides
Box 22FF 10Kellogg Medical Offices: photographs of exterior and artist rendering; slides
Box 22FF 11M.D. Anderson Hospital: photographs of interior and exterior, 1953
Box 22FF 12Marin County Civic Center (San Rafael, California): slides of Frank Lloyd Wright designed building
Box 22FF 13Morris residence: slides of models
Box 22FF 14Nemeha County Court House: photographs and negatives of building interior, and of John Hickman with unidentified people
Box 22FF 15Oaklawn Junior High School: photographs during exterior construction; slides of exterior, December 1970
Box 22FF 16Payne Elementary School: slides of exterior (December 1970); slides of illustrations and construction
Box 22FF 17Pleasantview Elementary School: interior and exterior photographs and photograph of architect's model
Box 22FF 18Price Elementary School: slides of drainage
Box 22FF 19River Development: slides of proposed river development illustrations
Box 22FF 20A Short Story- Broadmoor Hotel (Colorado): exterior photograph, 1961
Box 22FF 21University of Wichita Library: photographs of exterior during construction, color exterior and interior photo, photo of architect's model, aerial view of campus, campus model, negative of Long Range Planning Project Map for the University
Box 22FF 22University of Wichita Library: slides during construction, 1962
Box 22FF 23Varenhorst, Roy K.: These photographs feature Roy K. Varenhorst Conway Springs High School basketball team (1945-1946); Conway Springs High School Seniors (1946); portrait (date unknown); Negative of Naval Portrait; First Battalion Pre-Flight Regiment; Ens. Roy Varenhorst receiving "Wings of Gold" (1952); Naval Portrait; In flight gear in cockpit; Portrait (1987); portrait of horse named Ribbon]
Box 22FF 24Varenhorst: File includes unidentified historic photographs of the Varenhorst family
Box 22FF 25Vickers Service Station: photograph of artist rendering; slides of construction
Box 22FF 26Wichita Airport: slides of artist renderings
Box 22FF 27Woodman Elementary School: photographs of exterior, artist rendering, and slides of construction
Box 22FF 28Miscellaneous: Proposed Cape Rampart Airport illustrations; Proposed Store illustrations; Gibson Community Hospital illustrations; Residence for Dr. & Mrs. J. Welch illustrations; Unidentified residence; Trips, 1963-1965; unidentified photographs

Series 6 ‒ Artifacts

Box 23Ceramic ashtray featuring The Plaza Tower, New Orleans; ceramic ashtray featuring Century II, Wichita; Taliesin paperweight; Frank Lloyd Wright Medallion; piece of the Frank Lloyd Wright "Pottery House"in plastic case with explanatory card; large envelope of Roy K. Varenhorst's Navy ribbons and honors; rubber tile with etching by AEH; set of keys labeled Century II

Series 7 ‒ Aperture Cards

Box 24Office buildings (A-L)
Box 25Office buildings (M-S)
Box 26Office buildings (S-Z) and houses (A-M)
Box 27Houses (M-Z) and schools (A-P)
Box 28Schools (P-Z) and University of Wichita Library (Ablah Library)
Box 29Century II
Box 30Century II
Box 31Century II and Corbin Education Center
Box 32Corbin Education Center and Frank Lloyd Wright projects
Box 33Frank Lloyd Wright projects
Box 34Frank Lloyd Wright projects
Box 35Frank Lloyd Wright projects

Series 8 ‒ Drawings

Box 36Century II, Corbin Education Center
Box 37East Side State Bank, Henry's, Kellogg Medical Office, Oaklawn Elementary School
Box 38Pleasantview Elementary School, University of Wichita Library [Ablah Library]

Series 9 ‒ Oversized

Box 39A Helping Hand to the Future, Woodman Elementary School presentation booklet; "Reading Maketh a Full Man," Wichita University Library presentation booklet (2 copies); Wichita University Library Presentation book (different version, 2 copies); The Architectural Forum, Frank Lloyd Wright issue (January, 1948); House Beautiful Frank Lloyd Wright issue, two copies (October, 1959); "Guardian of a Great Legacy," Life Magazine, June 11, 1971
Box 40Copy of floor plans/rendering of University of Wichita Library signed by Harry Corbin (1959); black and white aerial view of downtown Wichita showing Century II; photo of plane in flight; two photos of Naval planes in flight (back notes Varenhorst flying #515); Proposed River Development film positive glossy print (1964); The Taliesin Fellowship Certificate to Roy Varenhorst in Recognition of His Contribution to the Cause of Organic Architecture as an Apprentice at Taliesin 1956-1958 (1992); certificate designating Varenhorst a Naval Aviator (1956); Registered Architect certificates for Colorado (1973), Texas (1974), Oklahoma (1975); Rea Woodman Elementary School rendering; black and white aerial of downtown Wichita; 2 color aerials of Century II during construction; color aerial of Century II; 2 color photos of Century II and the river at night; 1 color night photo of Century II; two large photographs of proposed Circular Office Center model; two large photographs of Century II at night [both mounted, one on thicker foam board]; Architectural Renderings Frank Lloyd Wright Print Portfolio; The Prairie House Frank Lloyd Wright 1990 calendar; Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater 1996 calendar; Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture 1997 calendar; drawing tablet contains handwritten notes and figures
Box 41These items are framed: Roy K. Varenhorst logo; John Hickman statement "WHERE BEAUTY IS CONCERNED....." with photo of Century II model; Roy K. Varenhorst logo with statement "THE ESSENTIAL," [nearly identical to "WHERE BEAUTY IS CONCERNED"] in Memoriam of John Hickman (1964); quotation "What is our praise or pride but to imagine 'excellence' and try to make it," signed and initialed by Varenhorst, includes logo, back notes the quotation as Varenhorst's motto
Box 42Large scrapbook: Includes copied and original drawings/plans, photos, and Frank Lloyd Wright clippings
Box 43Large scrapbook: Includes copied and original drawings/plans, photos, and Frank Lloyd Wright clippings
Box 44Large scrapbook: Includes copied and original drawings/plans, photos, and Frank Lloyd Wright clippings
Oversized StorageMatted watercolor of unidentified office building by Doran Barham; University of Wichita Library pencil sketches: Individual Study/Group Study, Fascia at Corner, Fascia Detail and Downspout, Typical Carrel (from seating level), Elevator Lobby, Stack Area, Librarians Office, Browsing Room, Browsing Room, Upper Floor Control Desk, Main Desk, Study Carrells, unidentified drawing; presentation rendering of Proposed Medical Office Building; pencil sketches of Residence for Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown (1958); pencil sketches of Wichita Federal building; bundled sketches of Addition to Payne Elementary School; Bulletin "What Is Architecture?" by Frank Lloyd Wright signed by Wright with inscription to Varenhorst (1958)
Oversized StorageSeven Black Bear Bosin prints signed by Bosin and inscribed to Roy Varenhorst
Hanging RackArchitectural presentation rendering, "Century Two Auditorium Complex Civic Center" signed by Varenhorst (1964). Architectural presentation rendering titled "Rea Woodman Elementary School, Wichita, Kansas." Architectural presentation rendering, "University of Wichita Library" by Doran Barham, signed by the artist. Architectural presentation rendering, "Kellogg Medical Offices." Rendering of Century II signed by Varenhorst (1964). Color aerial photograph of downtown Wichita featuring Century II.