Treder, Paula, Architectural Collection A Guide to the Paula Treder Architectural Collection 1969-1972 Ms.2005.002

A Guide to the Paula Treder Architectural Collection 1969-1972 Ms.2005.002


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Amy Shaffer

Repository
Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech
Identification
Ms.2005.002
Title
Paula Treder Architectural Collection1953-2005
Quantity
2 Cubic Feet, 2 boxes; 4 oversize folders
Creator
Treder, Paula
Language
The materials in the collection are in English.
Abstract
Paula Treder operated her own architectural firm in South Carolina. This collection contains selected professional papers from her projects, including drawings, photographs, and project documents related to Treder's professional and design activities.

Administrative Information

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

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Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open to research.

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: [identification of item], [box], [folder], Paula Treder Architectural Collection, Ms2005-002, Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.

Source of Acquisition

The creator donated the Paula Treder Architectural Collection to the International Archive of Woman in Architecture in 2002 and 2005.

Processing Information

The processing, arrangment and description of the Paula Treder Architectural Collection took place during January and February 2005. An accession was added to the collection in March 2013.


Biographical Note

Paula Treder was born in Rockford, Illinois. She received a bachelor of science in architecture (1951) and a master of science in architecture (1953) from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. Treder worked in a variety of firms throughout the United States before moving to Rock Hill, South Carolina in 1964 and establishing an architectural firm under her own name.

From 1958-1960, Treder wrote on all aspects of housing design and construction including a large number of cover stories on residential design for House & Home where she was an associate editor. She moved to the Wall Street investment banking firm of Drexel Burnham Lambert, in 1972, where she developed an in-house facilities management office of 100+ professional and other staff responsible for the design, furnishing, construction supervision and maintenance of several hundred thousand square feet of office spaces for the firm in New York City, London, and throughout the Uninted States. Treder retired from DBL in 1988, as Director of Facilities Management and as a corporate officer with the title of First Vice President.

Treder is an Emeritus member of AIA (The American Institute of Architects.) She was instrumental in forming the Vancouver, WA chapeter of the AIA and served on the publications and women's committees of the New York chapter and the magazine committee of the South Carolina chapter. Treder was also involved in the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL) during the 1970s and held national and local offices.

She later moved to Tucson, Arizona.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of professional materials created by Paula Treder from 1953 to 2005. The projects include both original and renovation projects at Winthrop College in Rock Hill, South Carolina, an addition to the Fort Mill Public Library and the Rock Hill Fire Station and a few residences. The architectural drawings and a few blueprints of the consultant's drawings are available for all of the projects except the residential projects. The project documents contain her correspondence, contract papers, receipts, product catalogues and site photographs. There are a few newspaper articles related to her projects.

Arrangement

The collection is arranged into three series Personal Papers, Professional Papers, and Project Records. The documents are stored in boxes with the contents of each folder arranged chronologically. The architectural and consultant's shop drawings are organized by project in the oversize folders.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

  • Architects
  • Architectural drawing -- 20th century
  • Architectural drawings (visual works)
  • International Archive of Women in Architecture (IAWA)
  • Women -- History
  • Women-owned architectural firms

Rights Statement for Archival Description

The guide to the Paula Treder Architectural Collection by Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, is licensed under a CC0 (https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/).

Container List

Personal Papers, , 1953 and undated.
  • Schoolwork, , 1953 and undated . 2, box-folder folder: 7-8,
Professional Papers, , 1954-2005.
  • Biographical Information, , 2005. 2, box-folder folder: 9,
  • Clippings, , 1967, 1970. 2, box-folder folder: 10,
  • House + Home, , 1959-1960. 2, box-folder folder: 11,
  • Professional Correspondence, , 1958-1988. 2, box-folder folder: 12,
  • State Architecture Certifications, , 1954, 1964. 2, box-folder folder: 13,
  • Volunteer Work, , 1976-1996. 2, box-folder folder: 14,
Project Records, , 1969-1972.
  • Winthrop College, Rock Hill, South Carolina.
    • Job No. 6815, Rutledge Building,, 1969-1970. 1, box-folder folder: 1,
    • Job No. 7001, Withers Building,, 1972. 1, box-folder folder: 2,
    • Architectural and Shop Drawings,, 1969-1972. folder: 1, oversize
  • Fire Station, Rock Hill, South Carolina.
    • Budgeting and Contract Documents,, 1970-1971. 1, box-folder folder: 3,
    • Correspondence and Approved Products,, 1970-1971. 1, box-folder folder: 4,
    • Architectural and Shop Drawings,, 1970-1971. folder: 2, oversize
  • Fort Mill Public Library, South Carolina.
    • Building Program and Specifications, 1970-1972. 1, box-folder folder: 5,
    • Correspondence (Architect and Client),, 1970-1972. 1, box-folder folder: 6,
    • Documents Related to Sherman Construction Co. Inc.,, 1970-1972. 1, box-folder folder: 7,
    • Interior Works,, 1969-1970. 2, box-folder folder: 1,
    • Approved Products,, 1970-1972. 2, box-folder folder: 2,
    • Approved Products and Correspondence,, 1970-1972. 2, box-folder folder: 3,
    • Transmittals for Drawings in Oversize Folders,, 1970-1972. 2, box-folder folder: 4,
    • Architectural and Shop Drawings,, 1970-1972. folder: 4, oversize
  • Other Projects.
    • Inactive Residential Project Correspondence,, 1960 and undated. 2, box-folder folder: 5,
    • Project Photographs, misc.,, undated. 2, box-folder folder: 6,
    • Residences and Other Projects, Architectural Drawings. folder: 3, oversize