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William Zbaren Photograph Collection (WUA00481)

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Collection Overview

Title: William Zbaren Photograph Collection (WUA00481), 2011Add to your cart.

ID: WUA/06/wua00481

Primary Creator: Zbaren, William

Other Creators: Sharoff, Robert

Extent: 30.5 Linear Feet

Date Acquired: 10/26/2017

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The William Zbaren Photograph Collection consists of 62 prints of photographs by Zbaren from American City: St. Louis Architecture: Three Centuries of Classic Design with accompanying text by Robert Sharoff originally on display at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Ridgway Center from June 10 – August 21, 2011. American City: St. Louis Architecture is the first oversized volume on St. Louis architecture since the 1920s.

Collection Historical Note

A St. Louis native, Zbaren graduated from the 1971 class of Normandy High School. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Architectural Record, and other notable publications. Zabaren teamed with his partner, architectural journalist Robert Sharoff, to create the series, American City to celebrate some of the States’ most architecturally impressive cities.

Administrative Information

Repository: WUA University Archives

Access Restrictions: Open. Permission of William Zbaren is required for use by a for-profit entity and/or any for-profit publication during the Zbaren's lifetime. Images may be used for educations/academic or non-profit projects without any further clearance.

Use Restrictions:

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Acquisition Source: Donated by William Zbaren

Acquisition Method: Accession number LH2017-011

Related Publications: American City : St. Louis Architecture : Three Centuries of Classic Design . text by Robert Sharoff ; photographs by William Zbaren. (Mulgrave, Vic. : The Images Publishing Group, c2010.)

Preferred Citation: Name of the Collection, Washington University Libraries, Department of Special Collections

Processing Information: Processed by Ayan Ali, KeZhan, and Sarah Schnuriger in September 2018.

Finding Aid Revision History: Created by Ayan Ali, KeZhan, and Sarah Schnuriger in September 2018.


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Item 1: Eads Bridge, page IXAdd to your cart.
Located at Washington Avenue and the Mississippi River. Designed by James Eads, 1874.
Item 2: St. Louis City Hall, page XIXAdd to your cart.
Located at Market Street at Tucker Boulevard. Designed by Eckel & Mann with Harvey Ellis, Interior court by Albert Groves, 1890-1904.
Item 3: Old Courthouse, page 2Add to your cart.
Located at Broadway and Chestnut, Market and Fourth streets. Designed by Henry Singleton, George I. Barnett, William Twombley, Barnett, Brewster & Hart, Robert Mitchell, and William Rumbold, 1839-1864.
Item 4: Old Courthouse, page 3Add to your cart.
Located at Broadway and Chestnut, Market and Fourth streets. Designed by Henry Singleton, George I. Barnett, William Twombley, Barnett, Brewster & Hart, Robert Mitchell, and William Rumbold, 1839-1864.
Item 5: The Old Courthouse's Dome, page 4Add to your cart.
Located at Broadway and Chestnut, Market and Fourth streets. Designed by Henry Singleton, George I. Barnett, William Twombley, Barnett, Brewster & Hart, Robert Mitchell, and William Rumbold, 1839-1864.
Item 6: Missouri Botanical Garden Museum and LibraryAdd to your cart.
Located at 4344 Shaw Boulevard. Designed by George I. Barnett, 1860.
Item 7: Grand Avenue Water Tower, page 9Add to your cart.
Located at Grand Boulevard and 20th Street. Designed by George I. Barnett, 1871.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Item 1: Raeder Place, page 13Add to your cart.
Located at 721 North First Street. Designed by Frederick William Raeder, 1874.
Item 2: Linnean House, page 15Add to your cart.
Located at 4344 Shaw Boulevard. Designed by George I. Barnett, 1882.
Item 3: Linnean House, page 15Add to your cart.
Located at 4344 Shaw Boulevard. Designed by George I. Barnett, 1882.
Item 4: Old Post Office, page 16Add to your cart.
Located at Olive, Locust, Eighth, and Ninth streets. Designed by Alfred B. Mullett, 1884.
Item 5: The Old Post Office's mansard roof adorned with a copy of Daniel Chester French's "Peace and Vigilance," sculptural grouping, page 18.Add to your cart.
Located at Olive, Locust, Eighth, and Ninth streets. Designed by Alfred B. Mullett, 1884.
Item 6: Old Post Office, page 19Add to your cart.
Located at Olive, Locust, Eighth, and Ninth streets. Designed by Alfred B. Mullett, 1884.
Item 7: Merchandise Mart, page 23Add to your cart.
Located at 1000 Washington Avenue. Designed by Isaac Taylor, 1888.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Item 1: Bell Telephone Building, page 24Add to your cart.
Located at 920 Olive Street. Designed by Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge, 1891.
Item 2: Wainwright Building, page 29Add to your cart.
Located at 709 Chestnut Street. Designed by Adler & Sullivan, 1892.
Item 3: Wainwright Tomb, page 32Add to your cart.
Located at the Bellefontaine Cemetery. Designed by Adler & Sullivan, 1892.
Item 4: Wainwright Tomb Interior, page 35Add to your cart.
Located at the Bellefontaine Cemetery. Designed by Adler & Sullivan, 1892.
Item 5: St. Louis Union Station, page 36Add to your cart.
Located at Market Street between 18th and 20th Streets. Designed by Theodore Link and Edward Cameron, Train Shed by George H. Pegram, 1894.
Item 6: St. Louis Union Station, page 37Add to your cart.
Located at Market Street between 18th and 20th Streets. Designed by Theodore Link and Edward Cameron, Train Shed by George H. Pegram, 1894.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Item 1: St. Louis Union Station waiting room, page 38Add to your cart.
Located at Market Street between 18th and 20th Streets. Designed by Theodore Link and Edward Cameron, Train Shed by George H. Pegram, 1894.
Item 2: Bee Hat Building, page 42Add to your cart.
Located at 1025 Washington Avenue. Designed by Isaac Taylor, 1899.
Item 3: Bee Hat Building, page 43Add to your cart.
Located at 1025 Washington Avenue. Designed by Isaac Taylor, 1899.
Item 4: Chemical Building, page 44Add to your cart.
Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and Eighth Streets. Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, 1896.
Item 5: Chemical Building, page 45Add to your cart.
Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and Eighth Streets. Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, 1896.
Item 6: Chemical Building, page 46Add to your cart.
Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and Eighth Streets. Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, 1896.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Item 1: Compton Hill Water Tower, page 49Add to your cart.
Located at Reservoir Park on South Grand between Russell and I-44. Designed by Harvey Elis, 1899.
Item 2: St. Louis University Museum of Art, page 50Add to your cart.
Located at 3663 Lindell Boulevard. Designed by Friedlander & Dillon with Lawrence Ewald, 1899.
Item 3: St. Louis Art Museum, page 54Add to your cart.
Located at Forest Park. Designed by Cass Gilbert, 1904.
Item 4: St. Louis Art Museum portico, page 56Add to your cart.
Located at Forest Park. Designed by Cass Gilbert, 1904.
Item 5: St. Louis City Hall, page 58Add to your cart.
Located at Market Street at Tucker Boulevard. Designed by Eckel & Mann with Harvey Ellis, Interior court by Albert Groves, 1890-1904.
Item 6: Patrick Henry School, page 60Add to your cart.
Located at North 10th Street. Designed by William Itner, 1906.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Item 1: Patrick Henry School, page 61Add to your cart.
Located at North 10th Street. Designed by William Itner, 1906.
Item 2: Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Company Building, page 64Add to your cart.
Located at the Northwest corner of 15th Street and Washington Avenue. Designed by Theodore Link, 1910.
Item 3: Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Company Building, page 65Add to your cart.
Located at the Northwest corner of 15th Street and Washington Avenue. Designed by Theodore Link, 1910.
Item 4: St. Louis Public Library, page 68.Add to your cart.
Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and 13th streets. Designed by Cass Gilbert, 1912.
Item 5: St. Louis Public Library's delivery room, page 70.Add to your cart.
Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and 13th streets. Designed by Cass Gilbert, 1912.
Item 6: Missouri Athletic Club, page 75.Add to your cart.
Located at 405 Washington Avenue. Designed by William Itner and George Brueggeman, 1916.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Item 1: Southwestern Bell Building, page 77.Add to your cart.
Located at 1010 Pine Street. Designed by Mauran, Russell & Crowelll, 1926.
Item 2: Continental Building, page 78.Add to your cart.
Located at 3615 Olive Street. Designed by William Itner, 1929.
Item 3: Continental Building, page 79.Add to your cart.
Located at 3615 Olive Street. Designed by William Itner, 1929.
Item 4: Fox Theater, page 81.Add to your cart.
Located at 525 North Grand Avenue. Designed by C. Howard Crane, 1929.
Item 5: Fox Theater proscenium, page 82.Add to your cart.
Located at 525 North Grand Avenue. Designed by C. Howard Crane, 1929.
Item 6: Civil Courts Building, page 85Add to your cart.
Located at Tucker Boulevard and 11th, Market, and Chestnut streets. Designed by Klipstein & Rathmann, 1930.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Item 1: Tums Building, page 88Add to your cart.
Located at 313 4th Street. Designed by Widmer Engineers (Arthu J. Widmer), 1933.
Item 2: Grant Clinic, page 92Add to your cart.
Located at 114 North Taylor Street. Designed by Harris Armstrong, 1938.
Item 3: Milles Fountain, page 95Add to your cart.
Located at Aloe Plaza between 18th and 20th streets. Designed by Carl Milles, 1940.
Item 4: Milles Fountain mythological bronze feature, page 97Add to your cart.
Located at Aloe Plaza between 18th and 20th streets. Designed by Carl Milles, 1940.
Item 5: Lambert Field Main Terminal, page 98Add to your cart.
Located at 10701 Natural Bridge Road. Designed by Hellmuth, Yamasaki & Leinweber (Minoru Yamasaki), 1955.
Item 6: Lambert Field Main Terminal, page 99Add to your cart.
Located at 10701 Natural Bridge Road. Designed by Hellmuth, Yamasaki & Leinweber (Minoru Yamasaki), 1955.
Box 9Add to your cart.
Item 1: Steinberg Hall, page 100Add to your cart.
Located at Washington University. Designed by Fumihiko Maki, 1960.
Item 2: James S. McDonnell Planetarium, page 104Add to your cart.
Located at Forest Park. Designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum (Gyo Obata), 1963.
Item 3: American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company Building, 108Add to your cart.
Located at 20 South 4th Street. Designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassbaum (Gyo Obata), 1967.
Item 4: Pet Plaza, page 110.Add to your cart.
Located at 400 South 4th Street. Designed by A.L. Aydelott, 1969.
Item 5: 1010 Market, page 114.Add to your cart.
Located at 1010 Market Street. Designed by Edward Larrabe Barnes.
Item 6: 1010 Market, page 115.Add to your cart.
Located at 1010 Market Street. Designed by Edward Larrabe Barnes.
Box 10Add to your cart.
Item 1: One AT&T Center, page 116.Add to your cart.
Located at 900 Pine Street. Designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum (Gyo Obata), 1986.
Item 2: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, page 118.Add to your cart.
Located at 3716 Washington Avenue. Designed by Tadao Ando, 2001.
Item 3: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts staircase leading to a rooftop terrace, page 120.Add to your cart.
Located at 3716 Washington Avenue. Designed by Tadao Ando, 2001.
Item 4: Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts side yard, page 121.Add to your cart.
Located at 3716 Washington Avenue. Designed by Tadao Ando, 2001.
Item 5: Centene Plaza, page 124.Add to your cart.
Located at 7700 Forsyth Boulevard. Designed by Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, 2010.
Item 6: Ellen S. Clark Hope Plaza at BJC Institute of Health, page 126.Add to your cart.
Located at Euclid Avenue and Children's place. Designed by Maya Lin with Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, 2010.
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Item 1: Exhibit text from Missouri Botanical Garden exhibitionAdd to your cart.
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Item 1: Framed exhibit sign  (32.25 x 62.25") from Missouri Botanical Garden exhibitionAdd to your cart.
Located in vault WC-B

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