Raymond Hellman Architectural Records
Scope and Contents
Contains the business records for Hellman's architectural projects which can include plans, reports, drawings, specifications, photographs, and correspondence.
- circa 1958-1982
- Hellman, Raymond M. (Person)
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Unprocessed collection is open for research. Advanced notice is required; contact staff to schedule access. Materials must be used onsite. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law or special donor agreement.
Raymond Hellman was a Reno, Nevada, architect, who received an architectural degree from Yale University in 1951, and added an advanced architectural degree at the University of Utah in 1975. After moving to Reno in 1951, he designed more than $100 million in construction. His commissions included libraries, casinos, homes, and public schools, including the University of Nevada, Reno's Atmospherium-Planetarium building.
90 Cubic Feet (approximately 90 cubic feet)
Language of Materials
Arranged by project.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Raymond Hellman on May 4, 1990.
- Raymond Hellman Architectural Records
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