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Charles H. Cheney papers, 1910-1943 (bulk 1920-1929).
BANC MSS 81/81 c carton 2; BANC MSS 81/81 c oversize folder 1; BANC MSS 81/81 c box 1; BANC MSS 81/81 c carton 1; ...
Collection Overview

Title:

Charles H. Cheney papers, 1910-1943 (bulk 1920-1929)

Creator/Contributor:

Cheney, Charles Henry, 1884-1943, creator, creator.

Abstract:

The Charles H. Cheney papers primarily consist of Cheney's reference files pertaining to city planning in the United States. The papers also contain copies of his work as a city planner, most notably planning documents and protective covenants as well as a small amount of correspondence and drafts of the unpublished book, The Most Notable American Art.

Date:

1920 (issued)

Subject:

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Cheney, Charles Henry -- 1884-1943 -- Archives
City planning -- California
City planning -- Pacific Coast (U.S.)
City planning -- United States
City planning and redevelopment law -- California
Regional planning -- Law and legislation -- California
Real covenants -- California
Architects -- California -- Berkeley

Note:

COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for use.
Charles H. Cheney papers, BANC MSS 81/81 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift; of Warren Cheney; 1981.
Charles Henry Cheney was an architect who advocated for city planning on the West Coast. Cheney graduated with a degree in architecture from U.C. Berkeley in 1905. During his career Cheney served as a planning consultant for numerous California cities, including Santa Barbara, Berkeley, Alameda, Monterey, Palo Alto, Long Beach, Riverside, and Fresno.
In English.

Type:

Manuscripts for publication.

Physical Description:

print
2 (1 1 1

Language:

English

Identifier:

BANC MSS 81/81 c carton 2
BANC MSS 81/81 c oversize folder 1
BANC MSS 81/81 c box 1
BANC MSS 81/81 c carton 1
BANC MSS 81/81 c
BANC MSS 81/81 c

Origin:

California

Copyright Note:

COLLECTION STORED, IN PART, OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for use.