John Morgan architectural drawings for W.S. Krogdahl

Abstract

The John Morgan architectural drawings for W.S. Krogdahl (dated 1961-1964; 9.23 GB; 10 architectural drawings) consist of digitized images of architectural drawings for the renovation the Richard Isenhour house at 3493 Castelton Hill, which was owned by W.S. Krogdahl, in Lexington, Kentucky.

Descriptive Summary

Title
John Morgan architectural drawings for W.S. Krogdahl
Creator
Morgan, John S.
Extent
9.23 Gigabytes
Subjects
Landscape architecture.
Midcentury modern (Architecture) -- Kentucky
Finding Aid Author
Megan Mummey
Preferred Citation
2020ms014: [identification of item], John Morgan architectural drawings for W.S. Krogdahl, 1961-1964, University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
John S. Morgan was an architect in Lexington, Kentucky. Richard B. Isenhour (1924-2006) was an architect and engineer who specialized in designing contemporary residences in Lexington, Kentucky, during the post-WWII period. D. Lyle Aten (1927-2017) was an landscape architect at the firm of Scruggs and Hammond in Lexington, Kentucky.
Scope and Content
The John Morgan architectural drawings for W.S. Krogdahl (dated 1961-1964; 9.23 GB; 10 architectural drawings) consist of digitized images of architectural drawings for the renovation the Richard Isenhour house at 3493 Castelton Hill, which was owned by W.S. Krogdahl, in Lexington, Kentucky. Architect John S. Morgan drew up the drawings and completed the renovation in 1961. Also included is a landscape architecture drawing done by D. Lyle Aten of the Lexington firm Scruggs and Hammond.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access Open for research. This collection is only available electronically.
Use Restrictions
The physical (digital) rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center.

Contents of the Collection

John S. Morgan architectural drawings for the the Richard Isenhour house at 3493 Castelton Hill, owned by W.S. Krogdahl, 1961

D. Lyle Aten landscape architecture drawing for the the Richard Isenhour house at 3493 Castelton Hill, owned by W.S. Krogdahl, 1964

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