Residence for R. R. Blacker, Esp., at Oak Knoll, Pasadena, Cal


Greene & Greene
Greene, Charles Sumner, 1868-1957
Greene, Henry Mather, 1870-1954
Blacker, Robert R
Barnett, Harold A
Allin Bros
Residence for R. R. Blacker, Esp., at Oak Knoll, Pasadena, Cal
Collection Name
Greene & Greene architectural drawings, papers and photographs
Houses; Mansions; Pergolas; Architecture--United States; Pasadena (Calif.); Robert Roe Blacker House (Pasadena, Calif.)
Detail drawings; Reflected ceiling plans; site plans; Interior elevations; Architectural drawings; Orthographic drawings; Ink drawings; Ink wash paintings; Pencil drawings; Crayon drawings; Colored pencil drawings; Blueprints; Designs and plans
1906, [19]07, [19]09, 1947
Physical Description
32 sheets : various media ; 95.5 x 111 cm (37 5/8 x 43 5/8 in.) or smaller
Scale varies.
Bracketed title elements supplied by cataloger or taken from inventory.
Because of the lengthy period of careful maintenance and restoration by the present owners, Mr. and Mrs. Max Hill, the structure has, in recent years, been frequently identified as the Blacker-Hill house" -- Greene & Greene, architecture as a fine art , by Randell L. Makinson, Salt Lake City, Peregrine Smith, 1977, p. 150.
This set consists of 8 ink drawings on linen, 7 ink drawings with ink wash applied to the verso on lien, 4 brownline prints on paper, 3 ink drawings with graphite and also with ink wash applied to the verso, 2 positive reduced photostats on paper, 2 i nk drawings with graphite on linen, 2 graphite drawings with crayon on tracing paper, 1 ink drawing with colored pencil on paper, 1 graphite drawing on tracing paper, 1 brownline print with graphite on paper, and 1 blueprint on paper.
Note (Provenance)
Gift of Jean Murray Bangs (Mrs. Harwell Hamilton Harris), 1960; formerly the collection of Charles Sumner Greene
Library Location
Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University
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Greene & Greene architectural records and papers collection, ca. 1896-ca. 1963
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