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Robert Bradford Browne Collection, 1923-1987

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Avocado Elementary School, Homestead, FL 1959

Rio Mar Village - Residential Resort, Rio Grande, Luquillo, Puerto Rico, Palmer Puerto Rico

Ocean Pines Yacht Club, Ocean Pines, MD

Projects, Photographs, and Slides

Projects, Photographs, and Slides



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Robert Bradford Browne Collection, 1923-1987 | University of Miami School of Architecture

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Title: Robert Bradford Browne Collection, 1923-1987Add to your cart.

ID: ARC6600

Extent: 0.0

Formats/Genres: Photographs

Abstract

Robert Bradford Browne was a Coconut Grove architect noted for his distinctive designs of tropical homes and buildings.

Born in Jacksonville, he graduated from The University of Florida School of Architecture, and moved to Miami in 1952.

Browne served as chief architect and coordinator of the Inter-American Cultural Trade Center (Interama) project in the 1960s.

Subject/Index Terms

Architects - Florida - 20th century
Cities and towns - Florida
City planning - Florida - Miami
Inter-American Cultural Trade Center

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: <p style="color: rgb(68, 68, 68); font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px;"> This collection is open for research.

Physical Access Note: Archival materials are accessible for room use only in the architecture Library Monday through Friday between the hours of 10AM and 4PM.

Acquisition Method: Gift of Sally Ann Browne

Related Materials: Robert Bradford Browne architectural records, 1960-1965, History Miami Research Center 00/2008355 For more information please see http://opac.libraryworld.com/opac/standard.php.

Preferred Citation: Robert Bradford Browne Collection. ARC 6600, School of Architecture, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida


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[Box 1: Avocado Elementary School, Homestead, FL 1959, 1959],
[Box 2: Rio Mar Village - Residential Resort, Rio Grande, Luquillo, Puerto Rico, Palmer Puerto Rico, 1976],
[Box 3: Ocean Pines Yacht Club, Ocean Pines, MD, 1973-1976],
[Box 4: Projects, Photographs, and Slides, 1960s - 1980s],
[Box 5: Projects, Photographs, and Slides, 1960s - 1980s],
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Box 1: Avocado Elementary School, Homestead, FL 1959, 1959Add to your cart.

B&W Photographs pre and post construction, publicity photos, b&w negatives, 35 mm color slides.   

<span>16969 SW 294 St, Homestead, FL 33030</span>

Box 2: Rio Mar Village - Residential Resort, Rio Grande, Luquillo, Puerto Rico, Palmer Puerto Rico, 1976Add to your cart.

Luxury condominium near San Juan, PR with associates Wilbur Pearon and Robert Eskridge

Architect Wins Three State Honor Awards, The Miami Herald, Sunday, August 15, 1976, 15K

Contents: 30 sheets of 35 mm slide (approx. 600 slides); Floorplan of Hotel Restaurant; Publicity brochures

Box 3: Ocean Pines Yacht Club, Ocean Pines, MD, 1973-1976Add to your cart.
26 35 mm slide sheets (approx 500 slides); B&W photos, color photos, 1 facsimile of section drawing of yacht club building '73; negatives.
Box 4: Projects, Photographs, and Slides, 1960s - 1980sAdd to your cart.
Project Plans, Slides, and Photographs in numbered folders.
Box 5: Projects, Photographs, and Slides, 1960s - 1980sAdd to your cart.
Project Plans, Slides, and Photographs in numbered folders



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