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William Zbaren Photograph Collection (WUA00481)

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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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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.
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Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and Eighth Streets. Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, 1896.
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Located at the Northeast corner of Olive and Eighth Streets. Designed by Henry Ives Cobb, 1896.

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