Guide to the Berger Partnership Landscape Architectural Drawings 1971-1984
Cage 716

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Berger Partnership.
Title
Berger Partnership Landscape Architectural Drawings
ID
Cage 716
Date [inclusive]
1971-1984
General Physical Description note
18 oversize folders and 5 tubes
Location note
(MASC staff use.) All of the drawings are located in Oversize (map case and tube storage). A folder containing a compact disc with digital files of related drawings retained by the Berger Partnership, along with processing information, is shelved as Cage 716.
Language
English
Abstract
Thomas L. Berger, a 1968 graduate of the Landscape Architecture program at Washington State University, founded The Berger Partnership PS in 1971. This collection includes landscape designs, site plans, and other drawings for residential and commercial projects in western Washington State by the Berger Partnership PS.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description] The Berger Partnership Landscape Architectural Drawings, 1971-1977

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

(Note: this information was provided by the Berger Partnership, PS)

Thomas L. Berger, a 1968 graduate of the Landscape Architecture program at Washington State University, founded The Berger Partnership PS in 1971. The original name of the firm was Thomas L. Berger, Landscape Architect Site Planner, and it consisted of two employees. In 1980, as the number of employees grew and the depth of project types expanded, the organizational structure changed from a sole-proprietor to a corporation, and it was renamed Thomas L. Berger Associates PS, Landscape Architecture Site Planning. A decade later, with four partners and more than 25 employees, the name was again revised to The Berger Partnership PS, to reflect the collaborative efforts of the new leadership and staff.

As of 2008, the firm employed 30 professional, technical and administrative personnel and provided a full spectrum of landscape architectural and site planning services for public and private clients. In addition to the many residential clients served, some of the firm's most notable commercial projects include the award-winning Weight Watchers Headquarters and REI Flagship Store in Seattle; Washington State Department of Ecology in Lacey; and IslandWood, a School in the Woods on Bainbridge Island, the first Gold LEED® rated project in Washington State.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection includes landscape designs, site plans, and other drawings for residential and commercial projects in western Washington State. These works were chosen by Thomas L. Berger and Steven P. Shea to be included in the collection, based on their judgment of historic or professional significance.

For some projects, the drawings include both paper and digital formats (.pdf files, stored on compact disc).

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Arrangement note

The drawings are arranged sequentially using the Berger Partnership's project numbers. For many projects there are multiple drawings, which have been grouped together. For items in digital format, all files are stored on one compact disc.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2016

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open and available for research use.

Conditions Governing Use note

Copyright restrictions apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

This collection was donated to the Washington State University Libraries by the Berger Partnership PS in 2007 (MS 2007-2).

Processing Information note

This collection was processed in 2008 by Cheryl Gunselman.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Berger, Thomas L. (Thomas Lee)
  • Shea, Steven P.

Subject(s)

  • Architecture
  • Gardens -- Washington (State) -- Design
  • Landscape architectural drawing.
  • Landscape architecture -- Designs and plans.
  • Landscape architecture -- Washington (State)
  • Washington (State)

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Collection Inventory

container project

Arst Residence, 1971-1972. 

Folder 1 71-02

McCullough Residence, 1971. 

Folder 1 71-03

Baillargeon Residence, 1973-1974. 

Folder 1 71-05

Bode Residence, 1972-1979. 

Folder 1 71-07

Dickinson Residence, undated. 

Folder 2 71-08

Moffat Residence, 1971. 

Folder 2 71-09

Long Lake View, 1971. 

Folder 2 71-10

Berger's Garden Center; 1972, undated. 

Folder 2 71-12

Children's Home Society of Washington, 1972-1975. 

Folder 2 71-13

United Mutual Savings Bank, 1972. 

Folder 2 71-14

Eliason Residence, 1972. 

Folder 2 71-15

Taggares Residence; 1972, undated. 

Folder 3 72-18

Bathum Residence, 1972-1975. 

Folder 3 72-23

Wasson Wasson Prater; 1972, undated. 

Folder 3 72-26

Shields Residence, 1972. 

Folder 3 72-27

Weight Watchers of Greater Washington State, 1973-1975. 

Folder 3 72-29

Phinney Ridge Play Area; 1972-1973, undated. 

Folder 3 72-31

Twin Gables Restaurant, undated. 

Folder 3 72-36

People's National Bank; 1973, undated. 

Folder 4 73-43

Martin Residence, 1973. 

Folder 4 73-50

Blume Residence, 1973-1974. 

Folder 4 73-58

Gregores Residence, 1974. 

Folder 4 73-59

Karnes Residence, 1974. 

Folder 4 73-62

Sulphur Springs; 1974, undated. 

Tube 1 73-70

Caiazza Residence; 1974-1975, undated. 

Tube 1 73-72

Hinrichs Residence, 1974. 

Tube 1 73-73

Lengal Residence, 1973. 

Tube 1 73-81

Rencliff Apartments, 1974. 

Tube 1 73-87

Nicholson Residence, 1974. 

Tube 1 73-89

Norton Building; 1974-1983, undated. 

Tube 2 74-94

Henderson Residence; 1975, undated. 

Tube 2 74-96

North Kitsap Learning Center, undated. 

Tube 2 74-99

Coryell-Martin Residence, 1975. 

Tube 2 74-114

Smyth Residence, undated. 

Tube 2 74-133

Eastman Residence, 1975. 

Tube 2 74-136

Pacific First Federal, Tacoma; 1976, undated. 

Tube 2 74-139a

Faas Residence; 1975, undated. 

Tube 2 75-149

O'Dea High School, undated. 

Folder 5 75-152

Reintree Development, 1975. 

Folder 5 75-154

Bobroff-Olmsted Residence, 1975. 

Folder 5 75-157

Southcenter South Building 255, 1975. 

Folder 5 75-167

Meyer Residence, 1976. 

Folder 5 75-174

Sun Day Cove; 1975, undated. 

Folder 5 75-183

Draheim Residence; 1975, undated. 

Folder 5 75-184

City Light--Viewlands Hoffman, 1977. 

Folder 5 75-189

Novak Residence; 1975, undated. 

Folder 5 75-196

Seattle City Water Department; 1976-1978, undated. 

Tube 3 75-208

Lovely Property, 1976-1980. 

Tube 3 75-214

Brown Residence, 1976. 

Folder 6 76-231

Almquist Residence; 1976, 1981, undated. 

Folder 6 76-232

Eckman Residence, 1977-1985. 

Folder 6 76-245

People's National Bank, West Seattle, 1976. 

Folder 6 76-246

People's National Bank, Aurora Midway, 1976. 

Folder 7 76-250

Bryant Neighborhood Park; 1977, undated. 

Folder 7 76-253

View Ridge Reservoir; 1977, undated. 

Folder 8 76-255

Patterson Lake Resort; 1977, undated. 

Folder 8 76-261

Tahoma Neighborhood Parks 1 and 2; 1976-1979, undated. 

Folder 8 76-263

South Residence, undated. 

Folder 9 77-286

Henry Residence, 1977. 

Folder 9 77-289

Jones Residence, 1977-1978. 

Folder 9 77-297

Solar House, 1977. 

Folder 9 77-298

Logan Residence, 1978. 

Folder 9 77-301

Anderson Residence, 1977. 

Folder 9 77-303

Donohue Residence; 1978, 1986. 

Folder 9 77-304

Meridian Playground, 1979-1981. 

Folder 10 77-307

Haley Residence, 1977-1978. 

Folder 11 77-308

Newland and Everett Corridor, 1977-1978. 

Folder 11 77-309

Lakewood Shopping Center, 1978. 

Folder 11 77-310

Jacob's Landing, 1977-1978. 

Folder 11 77-311

Berger/Lind Residence; 1985-1986, undated. 

Folder 12 78-314

Ravenna and Eckstein Schools, 1978-1979. 

Folder 12 78-316

Bellevue Community College--Landerholm Circle, 1978. 

Folder 12 78-320

Pierce College, Steilacoom Campus; 1978-1979, undated. 

Folder 12 78-322

Armstrong Residence, 1978-1979. 

Folder 12 78-326

Nordstrom Northgate, 1978. 

Folder 13 78-331

Nordstrom Alderwood Mall, 1978. 

Folder 13 78-332

McMullin, Brooke, Knapp, Alexander; 1978. 

Folder 13 78-344

Leffingwell Residence, 1979. 

Folder 13 78-347

Stein Residence, 1979. 

Folder 13 78-356

Pacifica Park, 1980. 

Folder 13 78-361

Barber Residence, 1978. 

Folder 14 78-365

Smith Townhouse; 1978-1979, undated. 

Folder 14 78-387

Underwood Residence; 1978-1979, undated. 

Folder 14 78-388

Weight Watchers III, 1980-1981. 

Folder 14 78-389

Schourup Residence, 1979-1981. 

Tube 4 78-390

United Mutual Savings Bank; 1979, undated. 

Tube 4 78-394

Alaskan Way Seawall, undated. 

Tube 4 78-398

Midkiff Residence, 1979-1980. 

Folder 15 79-400

Holy Rosary Parish, Edmonds; 1979-1982, undated. 

Folder 15 79-405

Suyama Residence, 1979. 

Tube 5 79-407

Alpac Corporation; 1979, undated. 

Tube 5 79-412

Xerox Building, 1979. 

Tube 5 79-416

International Children's Park; 1979, undated. 

Tube 5 79-419

Rogers Residence, 1979. 

Tube 5 79-427

Pierson Residence, 1982. 

Tube 5 79-430

Seattle University Intramural Field; 1979-1980, undated. 

Folder 16 79-433

Baab Residence, 1980. 

Folder 17 79-451

Sellen Construction, 1979. 

Folder 17 79-458

Madison Hotel, 1981-1983. 

Folder 17 79-459

Sun Day Cove; 1975-1984, undated. 

Folder 18 79-462

Sanai Clinic, 1979. 

Folder 18 79-463

Matsen Residence, 1979. 

Folder 18 79-468

Compact disc with digital files (.pdf format) of related drawings retained by Berger Partnership, 2007. 

Box 1

Processing file. 

Box 1