in collaboration with
Interior Design Program
SMITHEY & BOYNTON. RECORDS, 1922-77. 60.0 cu. ft. and 1500 rolls of architectural drawings. Architecture firm in Roanoke, Virginia, established in 1935 by Louis Phillipe Smithey and Henry B. Boynton. Records consist of about 1500 designs of residences, churches, businesses, schools, and community buildings predominently in the Roanoke and Southwest Virginia area, designed mostly between 1935 and 1957. Materials consist of project files, specifications, framed drawings and photographs, and architectural drawings. Includes designs done by Smithey before he collaborated with Boynton, as well as designs done by other firms of projects later redesigned by Smithey & Boynton. Ms92-027.
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