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Cage 687
Phillip Jacobson, FAIA, biographical collection,
1958-1998

The Phil Jacobson exhibit material, oral history, and related documents were donated to the Washington State University Libraries by the university Department of Architecture in 2000 (UA2000-34).

Number of Containers: 1
Linear Feet of Shelf Space: 1

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

Phillip Jacobson, b. 1928, studied architecture at Washington State University, graduating in 1952. He worked with architectural firms in the Seattle area in the following years, chiefly with TRA, a firm in which he was a principal partner. From 1965 forward he also held a position at the University of Washington. His interests spanned a wide range, from construction management to urban planning and interior design. In 1973 he was named a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

ARRANGEMENT AND DESCRIPTION

The collection consists of material assembled for an exhibit in 1992 and 1993. Included are an exhibit brochure, an oral history, biographical material, and publications by Jacobson.

Items are associated with an exhibit, Phil Jacobson and Design at TRA, which was presented at the University of Washington and Washington State University during 1992 and 1993.

CONTAINER LIST
Folder  Description
1Phil Jacobson and Design at TRA, 1992. Exhibit brochure, University of Washington, 1992 and Washington State University, 1993
2Oral history interview, conducted at WSU, 1988
3Biographical data; curriculum vita
4Honors, elections, appointments and portrait, 1958-1995
5Public lectures, 1980-1998. Announcements and brochures
6Selected authored articles, 1958-1995
7Miscellaneous articles, 1965-1995
8TRA - Architectural Engineering Planning Interiors. Publications, awards, projects, reports, 1956-1998
9Publications and articles on Jacobson residence, 1974-1980.