Edward F. Sinnott, Jr.

A Guide to the Papers of Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., 1920–1998
Call Number Mss3 Si663 a FA2

Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.


Collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions
There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation
Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., Papers, 1920–1998 (Mss3 Si663 a FA2), Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va.

Acquisition Information
Gift of Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., Richmond, Va., April 26, 2002. Accessioned 13 July 2010.

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Virginia Historical Society.

Collection number: Mss3 Si664 a FA2

Title: Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., Papers, 1920–1998

Size: 125 (ca.) linear feet.

Language: English

Abstract: Include office files, project files, drawings and plans of the architectural firm of Edward F. Sinnott, and its successor, Edward F. Sinnott & Son, Richmond, Va.

Scope and Content Information

Chiefly project files and drawings of the partnership of Luther P. Hartsook and Edward F. Sinnott, and the architectural firms of Edward F. Sinnott and its successor, Sinnott & Son.

Project files contain correspondence with clients and contractors, financial information, shop drawings, specifications, and technical information concerning fixtures and materials. The completeness of the files varies. Drawings and plans consist of the most complete set, with partial, void, and duplicate sheets discarded.

While associated with Luther Hartsook during the years 1920–1933, Sinnott assisted in designing a number of private residences for C.A. Bayler, Jr., Fisher W. Bruce, Mrs. D.J. Coleman, William F. Kastelberg, and Ordway Puller; church buildings for Barton Heights Methodist Episcopal South, Fifth Street Baptist, Richmond, Va., First Christian, Laurel Presbyterian, Richmond, Va., Oakland Methodist Episcopal, Chesterfield County, Va., Parkview Baptist, Richmond, Va., and Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, Va.; schools for Hanover County, including Ashland, Doswell, and Montpelier, as well as Epiphany Episcopal School, Mizpah Presbyterian Church and School, and Monte Maria Academy; and companies, including Church Hill Vehicle Company, S.Q. Kline Company, A. Meyers & Son, Rawlings Motor Company, Tobacco Foil Company, and Yorktown Ice and Storage Company.

Once on his own, in 1934, Sinnott continued to focus on Hanover County school projects: Atlee, Battlefield Park, Henry Clay, and Rockville; but also designed a number of theaters: Brookland Theatre, Richmond, Daw Theatre, Tappahannock, Henrico Theater, Richmond, Page Theatre, Luray, Park Theatre, Richmond, Robinson Theatre, Richmond, Roth Pitts Theater, Suffolk, Rex Theater, Williamsburg, and Walker Theater, Richmond, Va.; commercial buildings for Flowers School Equipment Company, Frank A. Bliley Funeral Home, J.R. Watkins Co., Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home, Massaponax Sand and Gravel, Southern Aid Society of Richmond, Streitman Biscuit Company, and Yorktown Ice and Storage/Yorktown Supply Company; and prototype houses for developers: Hutzler & Carr, Inc., Jones & Robins, Inc., and Laburnum Construction Corporation. It was during this pre-World War II period that Sinnott also began his relationship with Franklin Federal Savings & Loan, and worked on the historic Crozet House, Richmond, Va. There is little significant work between 1942 and 1945, as Sinnott had closed his office and was pursuing civilian war-time employment.

Beginning in 1945, Sinnott increased his work with schools, including public school buildings in Caroline (C.T. Smith), Hanover (Hanover County Training School), and King William (King William County Training School and Sharon Indian School) counties, but also undertook a number of parochial school projects, including Benedictine High, St. Benedict's, St. Elizabeth's, St. Gertrude's, St. John's, and St. Paul's Catholic schools, all in Richmond. He collaborated with a number of developers, including A.F. Barnette, H.J. Bernstein, Carter C. Chinnis, Stanley Orginz, Leon Siegel, and Morton Zedd, but most importantly, in 1958 he began his relationship with developer Paul Gordon and with Gordon's related construction firm, Pauburne, Inc.

During the period from 1958, when Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., joined the firm, until Edward F. Sinnott, Sr.'s death in 1974, the partnership saw an increase in commercial work: banks, medical offices, and office buildings and parks. From 1975 until 1987, Paul Gordon Associates had to share Sinnott Jr.'s attention with the Gayton Crossing Partnership and Investors Savings & Loan, both of which kept the firm busy developing Gayton Crossing Shopping Center and Gayton Crossing Office Park, as well as numerous branch banks in Richmond and Charlottesville. By this time Sinnott, Jr., had become heavily invested Gayton Crossing, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of Investors Savings & Loan.


Divided into four series as follows: Series 1. Office files; Series 2. Project files; Series 3. Drawings and plans; and Series 4. Personal files and Miscellaneous. Office files are further subdivided by type: Correspondence, Financial, Administrative, and Organizations. Project files and Drawings and Plans are arranged by commission number, where known, or alphabetically by client. Personal files and Miscellaneous materials are subdivided into papers relating to Edward F. Sinnott Sr., papers relating to Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., Newspaper clippings, and Photographic materials.

Biographical/Historical Information

Edward Francis Sinnott, Sr., was the son of Irish immigrants Patrick Joseph Sinnott (1857–1943) and Alice May McGuinness (1859–1921). Sinnott was born on 27 June 1890 in Philadelphia, Penn., but moved with his family to Richmond, Va., around 1900 and lived there until his death in 1974.

After graduation from St. Patrick’s High School in 1912, Sinnott worked as a draftsman for the firm of Noland & Baskerville. He then served several years as an apprentice under architects Marcellus Wright, Charles M. Robinson, and W. Duncan Lee. His time with Duncan Lee was interrupted by World War I, during which Sinnott served in the 1st Virginia Artillery, rising to the rank of second lieutenant. After the War Sinnott became joined with architect Luther P. Hartsook. While never receiving an official architectural education, Sinnott became a registered architect in 1925, joining Hartsook as an associate.

In 1934, Sinnott established his own architectural firm at 112 East Cary Street in Richmond. Many of Sinnott’s early designs were in the Art Deco school, including plans for the Robinson Theatre in Richmond’s historic Church Hill neighborhood and the Henrico Theatre in Highland Springs, Va. During this period he supplemented his income with work for the National Park Service on the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS).

With business dropping off as World War II approached, Sinnott closed up his office in 1942, taking instead positions with J.P. Ferguson and Company working on the Richmond Air Base, and with the National Catholic Community Service, where he served as manager of the McGill Catholic Union, originally affiliated with the Knights of Columbus, but used during war-time for housing and entertaining military personnel en route to new duty stations.

In 1946 Sinnott restarted his architectural practice. In 1956, his son Edward, Jr., having served in the U.S. Navy and received his architecture degree from VPI, became a partner in Edward F. Sinnott & Son. In the 1960s the firm was closely associated with real estate developer Paul Gordon, for whom they designed a number of apartment complexes and office buildings in downtown Richmond. Following his father’s death in 1974, Edward, Jr., continued operating the firm until his own retirement in the 1990s. Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., died December 2, 2005.

Edward F. Sinnott, Sr., married Merie Virginia Moriconi (1893–1962) in 1922, and had with her three children: Alice May (Sinnott) Honenberger (b. 1923), Edward F. Sinnott, Jr. (1925–2004), and Patricia Anne Sinnott (1929–1997).

Edward, Jr., married Virginia Lloyd Hatcher (1926–1982) and with her had son Edward F. Sinnott III and daughters Mary Lloyd (Sinnott) Parks and Tracy (Sinnott) Mason. Mr. Sinnott remarried; his second wife, Anne Paul Sinnott, survived him.

Index Terms

Apartment houses – Designs and plans
Architects – Virginia – History – 20th century
Architecture – Virginia -- Richmond
Church buildings – Designs and plans
Edward F. Sinnott and Son (Richmond, Va.)
Edward F. Sinnott, Architect (Richmond, Va.)
Family-owned business enterprises
Gayton Crossing Shopping Center (Henrico County, Va.)
Hartsook, Luther P.
Investors Savings and Loan Association
Business parks – Designs and plans
Paul Gordon Associates
Richmond (Va.) – Buildings, structures, etc.
School buildings – Designs and plans
Schools – Virginia – Hanover County
Shopping centers – Designs and plans
Sinnott, Edward Francis, 1890–1974
Sinnott, Edward F. (Edward Francis), 1925–2005
Southern Aid Society of Virginia, Inc.
Theaters – Designs and plans
Walsingham Academy (James City County, Va.)

Contents List

Series 1. Office Materials, 1920–1998.

This series includes the administrative materials used to run the offices of Edward F. Sinnott and Edward F. Sinnott & Son, and include correspondence, financial materials, and office files.

Series 1.1. Correspondence, 1923–1988.

Includes correspondence with prospective clients, contractors and building supply companies, and others, as well as requests for recommendations, evaluations of building sites, etc.

Significant correspondents include Clarence G. Burton (concerning the 1949 Public Housing Bill), Father Michael J. Cannon (concerning a joint architectural project and social news), J. Vaughan Gray (concerning the 1949 Public Housing Bill), realtors Harrison and Bates, Inc. (concerning several projects with which they were heavily involved), C. Page Highfill (draft of letter to the editor, 1965, in response to Marie-Louise Pinkney’s Time-Dispatch editorial concerning the redevelopment of Franklin Street), Marion Junkin (of Lexington, Va., concerning a mural she painted for the Leader Federal Savings and Loan Association of Memphis, Tenn.; with photograph); McGraw-Hill Book Company (concerning a mix-up with Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., participation in a book club), and Hugh A. Meade (concerning the 1949 Public Housing Bill).

Also include Paul Gordon Associates (concerning a number of projects, both realized and proposed, and the relationship between developer Paul Gordon and the Sinnotts), Portland Cement Association (enclosing an advertisement that uses the Henrico Theatre as an illustration), R.S. Dickson and Company (of Richmond, Va., concerning investment opportunities), Richmond (Va.) Board of Public Works (concerning an annual survey of architects; includes drafts of responses), Allen J. Saville (letter to and from, concerning a letter of thanks for the construction of the Byrd Park Fountain), and the Virginia Polytechnic Institute School of Engineering and Architecture (concerning the architectural program at Richmond Polytechnic Institute [now Virginia Commonwealth University]).

Several correspondents wrote to congratulate the Sinnotts on a flattering article that appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch newspaper in May 1963 (see Wilson M. Brooks, Kenneth G. Gentil, and B.F. Rogers).

This series ends with two folders of cover letters and applications for positions with the firm, and two folders contain letters concerning various prospective projects, many of which the Sinnotts solicited.

1American Bank and Trust Company, Richmond, Va., 1932
2American Motor Inns, Inc./Adolph Krisch, Roanoke, Va., 1967
3Amernick, Ralph, Richmond, Va., 1978
4Arby’s – The Restaurant Company, Richmond, Va., 1978
5Baronian, John N., Jr., Richmond, Va., 1965
6Baronian and Makepeace, Richmond, Va., 1969
7Beducian, Sam, Richmond, Va., 1976
8Brooks, Wilson M., 1963
9Burton, Clarence G., Washington, D.C., 1949
10Cannon, Michael J., Richmond, Va., and Belmont, N.C., 1948–1954
11Central National Bank, Richmond, Va., 1973
12Century Plaza Corporation, Richmond, Va., 1975
13Corrie, Lillian (Anderson), Crewe, Va., 1963
14Dixon, Chuck, West Point, Va., 1983
15Edwards, E. Ben
16Embry, Lenwood H., 1972
17Gardner Realty, Tappahannock, Va., 1977
18Gentil, Kenneth G., Richmond, Va., 1963
19Gibbons High School, Petersburg, Va., 1977
20Gray, Horace A., III, Richmond, Va., 1967
21Gray, J. Vaughan, Washington, D.C., 1949
22Guzelion, Philip S., Richmond, Va., 1976
23Harrison and Bates, Inc., Richmond, Va., 1966–1976
24Heindl-Evans, Inc. Mechanicsville, Va., 1975
25Highfill, C. Page, Richmond, Va., 1965
26J.I. Kislak Mortgage Company, Newark, N.J., 1966
27Jones Realty and Construction Corporation, Richmond, Va., 1976
28Junkin, Marion, Lexington, Va., 1956
29Kellam, Fred, 1977
30Lambert, A.G., 1932
31Lee, Kenneth F., Mrs., Richmond, Va., 1953
32Leppert, Nancy, Richmond, Va., 1976
33Lindner, Carl M., Richmond, Va., 1930
34Locher and Company, Inc., Glasgow, Va., 1934
35Maryland Architectural Registration Board. Dept. of Licensing and Regulation
36Massachusetts. Dept. of Civil Service and Registration. Board of Registration for Architects, 1960
37McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1976
38Meade, Hugh A., Washington, D.C., 1949
39Medical Specialists, Inc., Richmond, Va., 1975
40Moore, Robert D., Richmond, Va., 1978–1979
41Parrish, David S., Richmond, Va., 1974–1976
42Paul Gordon Associates, Richmond, Va., 1966–1976
43Portland Cement Association, Chicago, Ill., 1939
44R.S. Dickson and Company, Richmond, Va.
45Ralph W. Lampie, Inc., Richmond, Va.
46Richmond (Va.). Board of Public Works, 1953–1957
47Richmond (Va.). Dept. of Public Health, 1960
48Richmond Public Library
49Rogers, B. F., Greensboro, N.C.,1963
50S.M. Wilton and Brother, Richmond, Va., 1938
51Samuel, Arthur F., and Robert A. Pustilnic, 1976
52Saville, Allen J., Richmond, Va., 1926
53Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company, Richmond, Va., 1960
54Seal, Howard T., Richmond, Va., 1923
55St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Richmond, Va., 1965
56Taylor, Howard, West Point, Va., 1932
57Thomas A. Hanson Associates, Richmond, Va., 1975
58United States Postal Service, 1975
59United Virginia Bank
60Virginia. Dept. of Mental Hygiene and Hospitals, 1944
61Virginia. Dept. of Professional and Occupational Registration
62Virginia. State Registration Board for Contractors, 1956–1969
63Virginia Landmark Corporation Realtors, Richmond, Va., 1977
64Virginia Polytechnic Institute. School of Engineering and Architecture, 1957
65White Tower Management Corporation, Stamford, Conn., 1975
66Woods, Virginia F., 1951
67–68Job applicants, 1972–1990 (2 folders)
69Prospects, General, 1956–1988
70Prospects, Catholic, 1923–1946


Series 1.2. Financial materials, 1925, 1938, 1946–1991


These materials consist chiefly of receipts and receipted accounts for items purchased for office use or charges passed on to clients. Folder titles reflect the names given by office staff at the time of creation, and show various ways of records keeping throughout the life of the firm. Also reflected are several times of financial distress, particularly 1974 and again in the late 1980s, when the majority of bills were paid late and the firm’s bank account overdrawn. Of additional interest are the Disbursements journal, 1981–1988, which details office expenditures and profits, and the folder concerning Paul Gordon Associates, showing the extent to which the Sinnotts relied on Gordon's patronage and their difficulties being paid for same.

71Bills paid, 1964
72Bills paid, 1965
73Bills paid, 1966
74Bills paid, 1967
75Bills paid, 1968
76Bills paid, 1969
77Bills paid, 1970
78Bills paid, 1971 Box 2:78
79Bills paid, 1972
80Bills paid, 1973
81Bills paid, 1974
82–83Bills paid, 1975 (2 folders)
84Disbursements journal, 1981–1988
85Fixed-benefit plan, 1975–1871
86Fixed-benefit plan, 1982–1984
87Fixed-benefit plan, 1985
88Fixed-benefit plan, 1986
89Insurance, Liability, property, workman’s comp., etc., 1958–1980
90Insurance, Liability, property, workman’s comp., etc., 1981
91Insurance, Liability, property, workman’s comp., etc., 1982–1983
92Invoices, reimbursables, 1967–1972
93Invoices, 1973 Box 3:93
94Invoices, 1974
95Invoices, 1975
96Invoices, 1976
97Invoices, 1977
98License renewals, 1925–1983, 1991
99Operating expenses, 1976
100Operating expenses, 1977
101Operating expenses, 1979
102Operating expenses, 1980
103Operating expenses, 1981
104Operating expenses, 1982
105Operating expenses, 1983
106Operating expenses, 1984
107Operating expenses, 1985
108Operating expenses, 1986
109Operating expenses, 1987
110Operating expenses, 1988
111Operating expenses, 1989
112Operating expenses, 1990
113Operating expenses, 1991
114Operating expenses, 1992
115Operating expenses, 1993
116Paul Gordon Associates/Pauburne, Inc., Financial materials re, 1957–1968
117Petty cash records, 1965–1970
118Petty cash records, 1974–1979
119Receipts, 1938
120Reimbursables, 1973, 1979
121Reimbursables, 1980
122Reimbursables, 1982
123Reimbursables, 1983
124Reimbursables, 1984
125Reimbursables, 1985
126Statement of Financial Condition as of April 30, 1980
127Statements, 1978
128Statements, 1979
129Statements, 1980
130Statements, 1981
131Statements, 1982
132Statements, 1983
133Taxes, Federal, 1946–1958
134Taxes, Income, 1976–1982
135Taxes, Withholding & FICA, 1959
136Taxes, Withholding & FICA, 1960–1961
137Taxes, Withholding & FICA, 1962–1963
138Taxes, Withholding & FICA, 1966–1969
139Taxes, Withholding & FICA, 1976
140Taxes, Withholding & FICA, 1978–1982
141Miscellaneous, 1979–1980


Series 1.3. Office Administration, 1941–1991.


In addition to information distributed by the Virginia and North Carolina chapters of the American Institute of Architects, this series includes some of the day-to-day records of the firm, including daybooks, distribution lists for specifications and plans, office equipment and machinery brochures, and information from local and state organizations concerning building requirements.

142American Architectural Foundation, Inc.
143American Institute of Architects, General
144American Institute of Architects, Insurance Plans
145American Institute of Architects, James River Chapter
146American Institute of Architects, National Standards of Practice
147American Institute of Architects, North Carolina Chapter
148American Institute of Architects, Pamphlets
149–150American Institute of Architects, Virginia Chapter (2 folders)
151American Institute of Architects, Virginia Chapter, Richmond Section
152BOCA Basic Housing, Property Maintenance Code
153Construction Specification Institute, Inc.
154–186Daybooks, 1941–1942, 1947, 1949–1954, 1966–1981, 1984–1991 (32 folders)
187Distribution list for plans and specs
188Employee Information
189Legal Materials
190Manuel, Working Relationships between Private Architects and Engineers and the Commonwealth of Virginia
191National Commission for Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve
192–193Office Equipment information
194Office Lease, 1954
195Society of Residential Appraisers, Richmond Chapter
196State Corporation Commission
197Virginia Planning and Development, Notes


Series 1.4. Organizations, 1933–1990.


This series includes records of organizations of which the Sinnotts were either active members or served on the boards of directors/trustees. Edward Sinnott, Sr. was on the Board of Directors of the Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association; his son continued the practice as a member of the Board of Directors of Investors Savings and Loan Association. Both men served on the Board of Trustees of the Mount Calvary Cemetery Association. Edward Sinnott, Jr., was involved with the establishment of Marywood, Inc., a Catholic home for the aged.

198–204Capital Region Park Authority (7 folders)
205Central Richmond Association
206–213Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association, 1941–1971 (8 folders)
214–241Investors Savings and Loan Association, 1971–1987 (28 folders)
242Knights of Columbus
243Marymount Fathers Association, Special Commission On Activities Building
244–249Marywood, Inc., 1981–1986 (6 folders)
250–264Mount Calvary Cemetery Association, 1933–1990 (15 folders)
265St. Gertrude’s High School Building Fund
266–272St. Joseph’s Villa, 1977–1982 (7 folders)
273United Givers Fund Campaign, 1962


Series 2. Project files, 1920–1998 (bulk 1920–1987).


Project files are arranged in three subseries according to the way in which they were numbered. Subseries 2.1 covers the period of Sinnott’s association with Luther P. Hartsook, 1920–1933, and the first years of his solo practice, 1934–1942. These projects were numbered sequentially. Series 2.1 covers the period 1945–1998, when Sinnott was reestablishing his practice after World War II, through his partnership with his son, and after the elder’s death until the office was closed, ca. 1987. At the beginning of this period, Sinnott experimented with project numbers that repeated on a yearly basis, but included a two-digit suffix for the year. In 1950 he began numbering his projects sequentially and attaching the two-digit year and this practice continued for the duration of the firm’s life.

Series 2.3. includes unnumbered projects, some of which represent proposed but never built projects, some of which were relatively small projects, and some for which the Sinnotts served as consulting or advisory architects in collaboration with another firm.

Researchers should note that had suffered extensive water and insect damage over a number of years. Those files deemed too damaged were not transferred when the collection was received in 2002, and additional damaged materials were weeded during processing. Therefore, not every Sinnott project is represented in this inventory.

Project files typically contain correspondence with the client, change orders, financial materials, copies of specifications, technical information about materials and fixtures, and occasionally plans, mostly shop drawings. Most project files have corresponding drawings or plans in Series 3; however, there are files for which drawings are not available. These are indicated with an *.

Series 2.1. Project files, 1920–1942.

While associated with Luther Hartsook during the years 1920–1933, Sinnott assisted in designing a number of private residences for C.A. Bayler, Jr., Fisher W. Bruce, Mrs. D.J. Coleman, William F. Kastelberg, and Ordway Puller; church buildings for Barton Heights Methodist Episcopal South, Fifth Street Baptist, Richmond, Va., First Christian, Laurel Presbyterian, Richmond, Va., Oakland Methodist Episcopal, Chesterfield County, Va., Parkview Baptist, Richmond, Va., and Sacred Heart Cathedral, Richmond, Va.; schools for Hanover County, including Ashland, Doswell, and Montpelier, as well as Epiphany Episcopal School, Mizpah Presbyterian Church and School, and Monte Maria Academy; and companies, including Church Hill Vehicle Company, S.Q. Kline Company, A. Meyers & Son, Rawlings Motor Company, Tobacco Foil Company, and Yorktown Ice and Storage Company.

Once on his own, in 1934, Sinnott continued to focus on Hanover County school projects: Atlee, Battlefield Park, Henry Clay, and Rockville; but also designed a number of theaters: Brookland Theatre, Richmond, Daw Theatre, Tappahannock, Henrico Theater, Richmond, Page Theatre, Luray, Park Theatre, Richmond, Robinson Theatre, Richmond, Roth Pitts Theater, Suffolk, Rex Theater, Williamsburg, and Walker Theater, Richmond, Va.; commercial buildings for Flowers School Equipment Company, Frank A. Bliley Funeral Home, J.R. Watkins Co., Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home, Massaponax Sand and Gravel, Streitman Biscuit Company, and Yorktown Ice and Storage/Yorktown Supply Company; and prototype houses for developers: Hutzler & Carr, Inc., Jones & Robins, Inc., and Laburnum Construction Corporation. It was during this pre-World War II period that Sinnott also began his relationship with Franklin Federal Savings & Loan, and worked on the historic Crozet House, Richmond, Va. There is little significant work between 1942 and 1945, as Sinnott had closed his office and was pursuing civilian war-time employment. There are several numbers repeated in this series. Occasionally there is an indication of “A” or “B” to distinguish different projects. However, where this is not included on the original files, an (a), (b), etc. has been added to indicate multiple projects.

274C113AMonte Maria Academy
275–276C183Sandston Realty Co., Housing project, 1933 (2 folders)
277C404St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Parish, School building
278C415St. Joseph's Catholic Parish, Family flats, 1923
279C443A. Meyers & Son, Warehouse, 19 (proposed)
280–281C471Sophire, Idell, Residence (2 folders)
282C506Yorktown Ice & Storage, Store building, 1930
283C507 ACatholic Diocese of Virginia, Sacred Heart Cathedral
284–290C508 BSouthern Aid Society, Sarah Jones Memorial Hospital, 1932 (7 folders)
291C510(b)Kidd, Ella G., Shenandoah Apartments
292–294C511Zaban, Joseph, Zaban's Building, Mattress & Box Spring (3 folders)
295–296C512(a)Sigma Nu Fraternity, William and Mary, Chapter House, 1933 (2 folders)
297C512(b)Hanover Co. School Board, Ashland District School building 1934
298C514Sinnott, S.L., Residence
299–300C515(a)Henrico County (Va.), Repair & storage depot (2 folders)
301C515(b)Saunders, Jas. A., Residence
302–304C516J. W. Bliley, Inc., Funeral Home, alt. & add., 1934 (4 folders)
305C518(a)Hanover Co. School Board, Atlee School Group, 1935
306C518(b)Brookland Theaters, Inc., Park Theater, 1937
307–310C519Hanover Co. School Board, Battlefield Park School, ca.1936 (4 folders)
311–312C520Hanover Co. School Board, Rockville High School (2 folders)
313C526King, M.C., Residence, 1935 (2 folders)
314C527Long, A.T., Residence
315C536(c)Seward, W.R., Residence, 1936
316–317C540Lichtman Theatres, Robinson Theatre (2 folders)
318C541Streat, Henry J., Residence, Summer, 1936
319–322C544Frank A. Bliley Co. , Funeral home & Garage (4 folders)
323–336C546Ireton, Ann & Mary, Apartment building (3 folders)
326C547Bourne, J.B., Residence, 1937, 1947, 1958
327C550Kaup, Felix F., Apartment building, 1930s (ca.),alt.
328–330C551Somma, Charles A., Henrico Theatre, 1938 (3 folders)
331C552Loftin, L.M., Colony Inn, alt. & add., 1937
332–336C554Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home, Passenger elevator, 1937 (5 folders)
337C559St. Augustine Catholic Church Rectory, 1938
338–339C561Catholic Diocese of Virginia, Chapel, 1938 (2 folders)
340C562 (a)Kemper, Frere (Mrs.), Residence, 1938
341C562 (b)Sinnott, Edward F., Residence, 1938
342C562 ( c)Ast, George A., Residence, 1941
343–350C572PWA project, Municipal buildings, 1938 (8 folders)
351C580Morrison, G.E. Mr/Mrs., Residence, 1939
352–354C581Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Vault addition, 1939 (3 folders)
355–359C583J.R. Watkins Co., Company building.
360C587Bialkowski, Augie, Residence (proposed), 1939
361C591Pitts, Ben, Pitts Bowling Alley, Fredericksburg
362C594Corley Co., Inc., Post office building, Central Station, 1939
363C597J.T. Nuckols, Estate, Post office building, Stewart Station, 1939
364C598Flowers School Equipment Co., Office and warehouse
365C599York Supply Company, Company building, 1939
366C606Massaponax Sand & Gravel Corp., Office building, 1940
367C610Joseph W. Bliley Co./Rupert H. and Paul S. Bliley, Funeral home, alt., 1940–1941
368C612Perkins, Malcolm W., Mr., Crozet House, alt., 1940
369 aC614Post office bld., East End substation, 1940
369 b–369 cC622Gray, Horace A., Store building, Roses (2 folders)
369 dC624Henrico County (Va.) Police Dept., Dabbs House [see also Series 2.2, 038:51]
369 e–369 fC625Beth El Congregation, Synagogue, 1941 (2 folders)
369 gC629Mooers, E. H., Residence, “Melville," 1941
369 hC631Virginia State Fair Assoc., Open Air Stage, 1941
369 iC633St. Patrick’s' Catholic Church, Rectory, proposed alt., 1941
369 jC634Waverly Methodist Church, Church building, 1941
369 kC635Consolidated Paper & Box Co., Company building
369 lC636Meyers, Morton, Store building; conversion to Miles Shoes store
369 m–369 nC637United Service Organization for National Defense, Inc., U.S.O. Building/McGill Catholic Union, 1942 (2 folders)
369 o–369 rC641McGill Catholic Union (4 folders)


Series 2.2. Project files, 1945–1990.


Beginning in 1945, Sinnott increased his work with schools, including public school buildings in Caroline (C.T. Smith), Hanover (Hanover County Training School), and King William (King William County Training School and Sharon Indian School) counties, but also undertook a number of parochial school projects, including Benedictine High, St. Benedict’s, St. Elizabeth’s, St. Gertrude’s, St. John’s, and St. Paul’s Catholic schools. He collaborated with a number of developers, including A.F. Barnette, H.J. Bernstein, Carter C. Chinnis, Stanley Orginz, Leon Siegel, and Morton Zedd, but most importantly, in 1958 he began his relationship with developer Paul Gordon and with Gordon’s related construction firm, Pauburne, Inc.

The period from 1958, when Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., joined the firm, and until Edward F. Sinnott, Sr.’s death in 1974, the partnership saw an increase in commercial work: banks, medical offices, and office buildings and parks. From 1975 until 1987, Paul Gordon Associates had to share Sinnott Jr.’s attention with the Gayton Crossing Partnership and Investors Savings & Loan, both of which kept the firm busy developing Gayton Crossing Shopping Center and Gayton Crossing Office Park, as well as numerous branch banks in Richmond and Charlottesville. By this time Sinnott, Jr., had become heavily invested Gayton Crossing, as well as a member of the Board of Directors of Investors Savings & Loan.

370001:48Rosemary Manufacturing Co., Office and warehouse
371002:45Carreras, Louis, Residence, 1945 (multiple plans)
372002:46Mooers, E. H., Mooers Field (Richmond Colts)
373002:47Kastelberg, William F., Residence (includes C431 plans)
374003:48Blake Realty Co., Company building
375004:47Service Machine & Welding Co., Shop building, 1947
376–380004:48Hanover Co. School Board, Hanover County Training School (4 folders)
381005:48Rosenbaum, Abe, Residence (See also 005:48 A)
382–386006:48St. Benedict's School, School building, alt. & add. (5 folders)
387007:46Warranch, Eldridge, Mr./Mrs. , Residence, 1946
388007:47Broyhill, Ray, Auto Sales & Service Center
389–392007:48St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church, Church building, add (4 folders)
393–394008:47Baum, Alvin J., Sr., Mr./Mrs., Residence, Summer, alt. & add. (2 folders)
395008:48Hanover Co. (Va.), County office building
396009:46(a)Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home, 1948
397009:47Tappahannock Yacht Club, Club house
398009:48Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home
399–401010:47St. Peter's Church, Church building, alt. & add. (3 folders)
402–403010:48Bliley, Joseph W., Jr., Residence (2 folders)
404–405011:47Bareford, N.W., Store buildings, 1945–1947 (2 folders)
406–407012:48Tomlinson Co., Inc., Warehouse, 1948 (2 folders)
408013:47Hanover Co. School Board, Ashland District School building
409014:46Tomlinson Co., Inc., Office building
410–411015:49St. John’s Catholic Church, Social hall & school, 1949 & 1956 (2 folders)
412016:49Gibson, Ross R., Mr./Mrs., Residence
413017:46Yorktown Ice & Storage, Store building, 1946
414–415017:49Caroline Theatre, Inc., Theater building (2 folders)
416–421018:50Benedictine High School, Memorial gymnasium (6 folders)
422019:46Tomlinson Co., Inc., Office and warehouse
423019:50St. Elizabeth Parochial School, School building
424–426020:50Taylor, William G., Residence (2 folders)
427–428022:50Hanover Co., Courthouse, Clerk's Office (2 folders)
429–433023:50King William Co. School Board, King William County Training School (5 folders)
434024:50Cella, Joseph J., Residence
435026:50Ferguson, Everett James, Residence, "Oakland," 1952
436–439028.50Caroline Co. School Board, C. T. Smith School (4 folders)
440029.50Mahone, Bernard, Lawn Hotel
441–443031:50Joseph W. Bliley Co., Funeral home, alt., 1950 (3 folders)
444–450033:50Flowers School Equipment Co., Office & warehouse, alt. & add. (7 folders)
451033:51Lichtman Theatres, Booker T. Theater [formerly Strand Theatre]
452–453035:51Sacred Heart Convent, Convent building (2 folders)
454037:51Long Manufacturing Co., Office building
455–456038:51Henrico Co. Police Dept., Headquarters (aka Dabbs House, see also Series 2.1., C624)
457–460041:52King William Co. School Board, Elementary School (white) (4 folders)
461042:52King William Co. School Board, Sharon Indian School, 1952
462047:52Dietz Printing Co., Office building & factory, alt. & add., 1952
463049:52Sodini, Sam, Mr./Mrs., Restaurant & confectionary
464051:53Bourne, J.B, Residence
465–466052:53Novack, John, Residence (2 folders)
467054:53St. Paul's Parochial School, School building
468055:53Katz, B.S., Residence
469–470058:54Cash, Carl L., Residence, “Wayland” (2 folders)
471–496059:54Franklin Federal Savings & Loan, Office building (26 folders)
497–499060:54Proctor, Alfred R., Residence (3 folders)
500063:54Bliley, Rupert H., Residence
501–504065:54Ninth & Ingram Corporation, Factory building (4 folders)
505–514066:54Our Lady of Lourdes, Church building (10 folders)
515067:55McGinniss, F.B., Residence
516–518068:55St. Gertrude's School, School building (3 folders)
519–520070:56Tate, A.E., Residence (2 folders)
521–525071:56New Bethesda Church , Church building (5 folders)
526–527073:56Sands, M.E. Mr./Mrs., Residence (2 folders)
528074:56Sacred Heart Cathedral, Two room add.
529076:56Coleman, E.C. , Residence
530078:57Kuhn, Russell, Residence
531079:56Whitby, James F., Residence
532082:56Schapiro, Residence
553–534084:57Southern Special Product Corp., Manufacturing plant & office
535085:56Pauburne, Inc., Bon Wood, The, Tri-level (model)
536086:57Gordon, Paul, Mr./Mrs., Residence
537093:58West, Reed I., Residence, "Retreat"
538094:58St. Mary's Catholic Church, Rectory
539095:58Long, Jack, Residence
540–542096:58Tarry & Watson, Medical office building (3 folders)
543–547097:58(a)Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home (5 folders)
548102:58Paul Gordon Assoc., Three bedroom house plan
549104:58Pauburne, Inc., Doctor’s office
550–555107:59C.L.M. Corp., Medical Building (6 folders)
556–557109:59Rebman, III, Dr./Mrs., Residence (2 folders)
558110:59Eclipse Laundry & Dry Cleaners, Laundry and dry cleaners
559112:59Spanier, Arnold, Residence
560113:59Jones & Robins, Inc., Spotless Store for Azalea Ave Shopping Center
561114:59Blake Building & Development, Hechler Village
562117:59Arones, Harold, Residence
563–579118:60St. Edward's Catholic Parish, Chapel & school (17 folders)
580–583118a:63St. Edward's Catholic Parish, Cafeteria & classroom addition (4 folders)
584–596120:60Byrd Corp., Office building (13 folders)
597122:60Levinson, Jacob, Dr./Mrs., Residence, "Green Acres"
598125:60West, Reed I., Residence
599127:60Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home
600128:60Sandston Presbyterian Church, Manse
6011129:60Franklin & Schmitt, Drs., Dental offices
602–606130:60Jones & Robins, Inc., 3800 Medical Building (5 folders)
607–616132:60Paul Gordon Assoc., Hampshire Place Apartments (10 folders)
617133:61Royal Construction Co., Office building
618–621134:61Va. Dept. of Mental Health & Hygiene, DeJarnette Sanitarium, Perry Building (4 folders)
622–623135:61Barker, William Kerr, Allied Animal Hospital (2 folders)
624137:62Paul Gordon Assoc., Berrington Medical Building
625138:62Watson, John W., Residence
626139:62Tonley Corp., Medical building [See also 233:70]
627–628140:62Rocks, Ralph D. & Merhige, Robert R., Jr., Ashley Terrace Garden Apts. (2 folders)
629–646141:62Paul Gordon Assoc., Lexington Tower Apartments/ Condominiums (18 folders)
647142:62Paul Gordon Assoc., Multi-family housing
648143:63Three Chopt Company, Three Chopt Apartments, Phase II
649–651144:63Duggins, Stuart C., Grace Medical Village (Includes 144b3:63) (3 folders)
652–659146:63South Roanoke Apartment Corp., South Roanoke Village Phase I (8 folders)
660147:63Monument Avenue Dental & Medical Buildings
661148:63Executive Motor Hotel, dining room alt.
662149:64Paul Gordon Assoc., Multi-Family Dwelling
663–664151:64Fairfield Development, Glenwood Townhouses (2 folders)
665152:64Paul Gordon Assoc., Rittenhouse Square Apartments
666153:64Attucks Amusement Corp., Patrick Henry Theater
667154:64King, Michael C., Residence
668155:64Jones & Robins, Inc., Cool Lane Housing
669156:64Moore, T. Justin, Residence, add.
670–678157:64Wagdan Assoc., Virginia Plaza, INVA Building (9 folders)
679–684158:64Baronian & Sons, Inc. , Baronian Office Building No. 1 (9 folders)
685–689159:64Associated Properties, Inc., North Hills Terrace Apartments (5 folders)
690–705160:64Va. Dept. of Mental Health & Hygiene, DeJarnette Sanitarium, add. to (16 folders)
706–709161:64Savage, Joseph, Apartment building, 1964 (4 folders)
710–712162:64Wagdan Assoc., Virginia Plaza Office Bld. (3 folders)
713–714163:64Mount Calvary Cemetery Assoc., Maintenance building (2 folders)
715–721164:64Rowe, Eugene, Dr., Fairfield Veterinary Hospital (6 folders)
722165:64Cabell Assoc. / Chinnis-Huneycutt, Williamsburg Garden Apts., 1965
723166:64Bruce, James, Residence
724167:64Paul Gordon Assoc., Bellemeade Apartments
725168:64Church of the Little Flower, Church of the Little Flower/ St. Therese
726169:64Cobb, B.C., Multi-family housing
727170:64Paul Gordon Assoc., Maymont Village Apartments
728171:65Paul Gordon Assoc., Stonewall Court Apartments
729172:65Vaden, Donald, Meadow Avenue Townhouses
730–734174:65Berry, Raymond L., Windsor Office Building (5 folders)
735175:65O.B. Taylor Zepkin & Assoc. , Stony Brook Shopping Center
736–739176:65Harrison & Bates, Sales office (4 folders)
740177:65Stern & Arenstein, Duke Street Townhouse Apartments, 1965
741178:65Johnson & Crowder, Medical office building
742179:65Bottled Gas Corp. of Virginia , Bottled Gas of Virginia/ Virginia Gas Industry
743180:65Downing Associates, Sharon Townhouse Apartments
744–749181:65Reynolds Metals Company, Fitzhugh Plaza Office layout (6 folders)
750–752182:65Cabell Associates, Lakeview Terrace Apartments, Phase I & II (3 folders)
753–755182A:71Cabell Associates, Lakeview Terrace Apartments, Phase III
756183:65Baronian & Sons, Inc. , Baronian Office Building [no. 2?]
757184:65Talley, C.O., Apartment building, 1965
758–759185:65Cromer, Ira P., Office building (Cromer Building) (2 folders)
760–796187:65Shannon, Sidney L., Jr., Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn (37 folders)
797–820187A:69Shannon, Sidney L., Jr., Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn (23 folders)
821–842188:69Graybar Electric Company, Inc., Warehouse add. (21 folders)
843189:65SCM Corp, Office Building
844–846189:69Ross, Tom, Country Hearth Restaurant (3 folders)
847–850190:66State Planters Bank, Hanover Branch (Includes190c:66) (4 folders)
851190:66cUnited Virginia Bank, Bank building, alt., 1985 (See also 190:60)
852191:66Paul Gordon Assoc., Portsmouth high-rise apartments, 1965
853192:66English, Louis E., Office building
854–855193:66Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Parking lot (2 folders)
856194:66Fleet, Douglas, Office building
857195:66Meyers, Sidney, Office building
858–862196:66Senior Center of Richmond, Inc., Senior Center alt. & adds. (5 folders)
863–872197:66Hamilton Medical Building Assoc., Hamilton Medical Building (10 folders)
873–874198:66Zedd, Morton/(Random Corp., Brook Hill Townhouses (2 folders)
875200:67Levinson, Jay, Marboro Hills Apartments
876201:67Chippenham Village, Inc., Townhouse apartments, Phases I, II, III
877202:67Clayman, Jake , Town & Terrace Apartments
878203:67Meyers, Sidney, Residence
879204:67W.C. Trimmer, Inc., Trimmer Apts., Exeter Square
880205:67Bullington, Fred, et al, Crossroads East Townhouse Apts.
881206:67Instructive Visiting Nurses' Assoc., Office building, alt.
882–883207:67General Motors Acceptance Corp/ Motor Insurance Corp Office building (2 folders)
884–885208:67American Motor Inns, Inc./Adolph Krisch, Garden Apartments (2 folders)
886–887209:67Bernstein, H.J., Burger Queen (2 folders)
888210:68Chester Townhouses
889–890212:68Cauthen-Parker, Inc., Woodmere Apartments (2 folders)
891213:68UNIVAC, Mayland Office Bld., alt. & add.
892214:68Cole, Wells & Bradshaw, Law offices
893–897215:68Nelson, G., Tuckahoe Animal Hospital (5 folders)
898216:68Krumbein, Nathaniel, Apartment building, 1968
899217:68Le Grand Pre Corp, Motor inn (Proposed), 1968
900218:68UNIVAC, Office building
901–903219:69Logan, Penny; Berry, Ray, Penny Logan Shoppers (3 folders)
904220:69Krisch, Joel & Adolph, Arrow Wood Townhouses
905221:69Bernie Corporation, The Beauty Shop, Lawndale Shopping Center
906–909222:69Liberty Mutual, Office building (4 folders)
910223:69Johns-Manville, Watchman's Office
911224:69Rahal, Fred, M.D., Medical office building
912–917225:69Puritan Cleaners, Laundry and dry cleaners (6 folders)
918226:69Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Office building
919227:69Wells, A. O., Wine & Cheese Shop
920228:69Hamlett Company, Chateau Riviere Apartments
921230:70Paul Gordon Assoc., Fairfield Village, 1976–78
922231:70Stern & Arenstein, Three Chopt West Phase II
923232:70Rowe, Eugene, Dr., Fairfield Veterinary Hospital, add.
924233:70Tonley Corp., Medical building, add.
925234:70Richmond Board of Realtors, Office building
926–927235:70Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, Self-service store/prototype (2 folders)
928236:70Crewe (Va.), Fire House addition
929–936237:70C. & P. Telephone Company, Office building (8 folders)
937–944238:70Continental Insurance Company, Office building (8 folders)
945239:70The 2015 Corp, Office building, alt. & add.
946240:70Paul Gordon Assoc., Apartment building, 1970
947242:71James Long Construction Corp., Apartment building, 1971
948–949244:71Paul Gordon Assoc./Tom Daniel, Sussex Square Apartments (2 folders)
950245:71Cole, Wells & Bradshaw, Law offices, alt. to
951246:71Hamlett Company, Crystal Tower Hotel
952247:71Valentine, E. Massie, Residence
953–954248:71Brizzolari, Letitia, Residence (2 folders)
955–960249:72Bernstein, H.J. , Fairlawn Garden Apartments (6 folders)
961–962250:72Orginz, Stanley, Westwood Heights Corporation (2 folders)
963–981251:72Richmond Sports International, Ice Rink (19 folders)
982–985251:73Baronian & Baronian Development, Roadway Inn & Restaurant [See also 257:73] (4 folders)
986252:72Alexander, Alex, Chester Shoppes
987–990253:72Combined Insurance Co. of America, Office Building (4 folders)
991–992254:72Prudential Insurance, Office building (2 folders)
993–997257:73Baronian & Baronian Development, Roadway Inn & Restaurant [See also 251:73] (5 folders)
998258:73117 Investment Corporation, Southview Apartments
999–1,001259:73Central National Bank , Bank building, includes copy of original 1929 plans (3 folders)
1,002–1,004261:73Joyner & Co., West Broad Office Park, proposed (3 folders)
1,005–1,017262:73Maypar Assoc., Parham 64 Office Park, Phase I (13 folders)
1,118263:73Parham Associates, Office building
1,019–1,024264:73Weil, H.C. "Chuck", Security Mini Storage Phase I (6 folders)
1,025265:73Elmore & Parker, Law offices
1,026266:73Paul Gordon Assoc., Offices, alt. to
1,027–1,031267:74Virginia Association of Electric Cooperatives Office building (proposed) (5 folders)
1,032–1,036268:74Flowers School Equipment Co., Office and warehouse (5 folders)
1,037270:74Somers M. Wilton, Inc., Staples Mill Office Park
1,038271:74Central National Bank , Computer center, renovations of
1,039–1,041272:74First National Bank, Mercury Boulevard & Orcutt Ave. Branch (3 folders)
1,042–1,046273:74Central National Bank , Libbie & Grove Avenues Branch, 1975 (5 folders)
1,047274:74Central National Bank , Broad & Grace Branch, alterations
1,048–1,049275:74Carl D. Bird, Billy H. Wingfield, et al, Petersburg Animal Hospital (2 folders)
1,050–1,055276:75Arby's - The Restaurant Co., Arby's Restaurant (proposed)
1,056–1,060277:75Investors Savings & Loan, Broad Street Branch (6 folders)
1,061–1,062279:75Arby's - The Restaurant Co., Arby's Restaurant, add. & alt. (2 folders)
1,063–1,064280:75Hamburgers, Inc., Burger Chef, Regency Square Shopping Center (2 folders)
1,065281:75Ripp & Harr, O'Briensteins's Restaurant, Regency Square Shopping Center
1,066282:76Investors Savings & Loan, Traveler’s Building
1,067–1,070283:76Gloucester Corporation, Apartment building, 1976 [See also Ware, A.H.] (4 folders)
1,071284:76Valentine, E. Massie, Residence, alt.
1,072–1,073285:76Central National Bank , McGuire Circle Branch, alt. & add. (2 folders)
1,074286:76Chinnis, Carter C., Burton Woods Apartments
1,075–1,077287:76Investors Savings & Loan, Alderman & Ivy Branch, Charlottesville (3 folders)
1,078289:76Paul Gordon Assoc./ Mark Gordon Properties, Sandburne Park Residential Community
1,079–1,080290:77Investors Savings & Loan, Janke Road branch (2 folders)
1,081–1,082291:77Investors Savings & Loan, Office building [revision of 277:75] (2 folders)
1,083292b:77Woolard, Marion, MD, Woolard Medical Building
1,084–1,085293:77Old Dominion Porsche-Audi, Shop building, alt. & add. (2 folders)
1,086295:77Orginz, Stanley, Derbyshire Apartments
1,087297:77Weil, H.C. "Chuck", Security Mini Storage
1,088–1,093298:77Riverside Properties, Inc., Regency Riverside Inn (6 folders)
1,094299:77Nite World, Store building
1,095–1,099300:77(a)Gayton Crossing Partnership, Gayton Crossing Phase I (5 folders)
1,100300:77(b)Gayton Crossing Partnership, Investors Savings & Loan, Gayton Crossing
1,101303:77Hopewell Assoc., Colonial Corner Shopping Center
1,102304:78(a)Arby's - The Restaurant Co., Arby's Restaurant, add. & alt.
1,103304:78(b)Weil, H.C. "Chuck", Security Mini Storage Phase II
1,104305:78Arby’s - The Restaurant Co., Arby's Restaurant
1,105–1,106307:78Yonan, Rufus, Yonan Building, alt. & add. (2 folders)
1,107–1,110308:78Manchester, Inc., Arby's Restaurant (4 folders)
1,111–1,114310:78Filer, Edwin E., Filer Ford Auto Dealer (4 folders)
1,115–1,118311:78Belvidere Corporation , Parking deck (4 folders)
1,119–1,131312:78Commonwealth Club, Athletic Facility (13 folders)
1,132–1,133313:78Goodloe Wagner Enterprises, Kilmarnock Condominiums (2 folders)
1,134–1,138314:79Chinnis, Carter C., Burton Woods Apartments, Phase II (5 folders)
1,139–1,143315:79Sandston Woods, Inc., Sandston Woods Apartments (5 folders)
1,144–1,196316:79(a)Gayton Crossing Partnership, Gayton Crossing Phase II (53 folders)
1,197316:79(b)First Baptist Church, Church building
1,198–1,20017:80Southport, Inc. , Arby's Restaurant (3 folders)
1,201–1,220318:80Teamsters Joint Council No. 83, Twin Horse Place Office Complex (20 folders)
1,221–1,223319:80Investors Savings & Loan, Alderman & Ivy Branch, Charlottesville, alt. & add (3 folders)
1,224320:81Southland Life Insurance, Office building
1,225–1,229321:81Investors Savings & Loan, Market Square Branch bank (5 folders)
1,230322:81Gordon, Mark, Mr./Mrs., Residence, Kingsley subdivision
1,231–1,233323:81Mayland Professional Associates, Office building (3 folders)
1,234324a–d:81Paul Gordon Assoc., Model houses, Kingsley
1,235326:82Farmers Home Administration, House plans
1,236327:82St. Josephs Villa
1,237–1,250328:82Ridge Road Development Co., Inc., St. Albans Townhouses (14 folders)
1,251329:83Investors Savings & Loan, Milgraum Center Branch bank
1,252330:89Investors Savings & Loan, Bank building, Harrisonburg branch
1,253332:83Investors Savings & Loan, Libbie Avenue Branch remote teller
1,254–1,260333:84State Farm Insurance Co., Richmond Service Center (7 folders)
1,261–1,263335:84Investors Savings & Loan, Brook Road branch (3 folders)
1,264337:84Investors Savings & Loan, Grove Avenue Branch
1,265–1,266338:85 (a)Cabell Associates, Robersonville Duplex apts. (2 folders)
1,267338:85 (b)Urbanna Assoc., Reedville Manor Phase I
1,268339:85St. Bridget's Convent, Convent building
1,269340:85Chinnis, Carter C., Duplexes
1,270–1,274341:85Glenside Associates, Glenside Center (5 folders)
1,275–1,294342:85Devon Group, Ltd., Eight Street Parking Deck (20 folders)
1,295343:85Parker, F. Byron, Mr./Mrs., Residence, add.
1,296344:85McGraw, Walter J., Mr./Mrs., Residence
1,297345:85Williams, I.R., Jr., Mr./Mrs., Residence
1,298–1,306346:86Paul Gordon Assoc., Office building (9 folders)
1,307–1,326347:86Investors Savings & Loan, Willow Lawn Drive Branch (20 folders)
1,327–1,336348:86Investors Savings Bank/ Paul Gordon, One Franklin East (10 folders)
1,337349:87Moore, T. Justin, Residence
1,338350:87Investors Savings & Loan, Main Street Center branch
1,339351:87Investors Savings Bank, Bon Air Branch
1,340352:87Paul Gordon Assoc., Townhouse community, W. 45th St/Bassett
1,341 a353:90Investors Savings & Loan, Lee-Davis Branch bank


Series 2.3. Project files, Unnumbered.


These files are arranged alphabetically by client, where known, by project name where client is unidentified, and by address where neither is available.

Unnumbered projects include some which were proposed and got to the design stage, but never built, projects too small to be given the full design treatment, and some for which the Sinnotts served as consulting or advisory architects in collaboration with another firm. However, several of the unnumbered projects were significant, including the Southern Aid Society building, Richmond, Va., Richmond Plaza, Richmond, Va., and Walsingham Academy, James City County, Va.

1,341 bAllstate Insurance Co., Sales office, Huguenot Village Shopping Center, Chesterfield County, Va., ca. 1978
1,342American Motor Inns, Inc./Adolph Krisch, Apartments, 23rd and Jefferson, Roanoke, Va. (proposed)
1,343American Paper Company, Proposed Loading Facilities, Benton Avenue, Henrico County, Va., 1960
1,344Arias, Antonio, Restaurant, 1309–1311 E. Cary Street, Richmond, Va., 1983 (proposed)
1,345Atlantic Life Insurance, Office building, East Grace Street between 6th and 7th streets, Richmond, 1956
1,346–1,347B.&C, Ltd., Petersburg, Va., Blackstone Manor, Blackstone, Va., inspection reports, 1980–1981 (2 folders)
1,348Bagly, Anthony J., Residence, addition to, 1953
1,349Barbidot Corp., Hopewell, Va., Prince George Court Shopping Center, 1965–1966
1,350Batten Bay Development Corp./Horace A. Gray III, Graymor Townhouses, Phase I, Isle of Wight County, Va., 1969
1,351Baum, Alvin J., Sr., Store building, Broad and 1st streets, alt. (proposed)
1,352Bernstein, H.J. Motel/High-rise apartments, Franklin Street at Belvidere, Richmond, Va., 1969 (proposed)
1,353Bernstein, H.J., Franklin Street Medical Building, 502–10 West Franklin Street, Richmond, Va., 1965
1,354Bernstein, A.J., Lynda Lane Townhouse, 1969
1,355Betts, Arnold, Grace Street Nursing Home, 3406 West Grace Street, Richmond, Va., 1963
1,356Boston, James F., Residence, Clovelly Road, Richmond, Va., 1946 (proposed)
1,357–1,358Brown, Charles/Conway Estates, Ltd., Theme Park, Toano, Va. (2 folders)
1,359Calvary Baptist Church, 3325 W. Cary Street, Richmond, Va., addition to, 1959 (proposed)
1,360Calvin, Earl, Residence, 1517 North 26th Street, Richmond, Va., alterations and addition, 1978
1,361Camp Virginia, Inc., Goshen, Va. Cabin, 1986
1,362Capital Hotel renovation, 1984
1,363Central National Bank, Parking lot for 3rd and Marshall streets branch, Richmond, Va., 1974
1,364Central National Bank, West Broad Street branch, 1976
1,365Charter Medical Corp, Office building, Westbrook Drive, 1974
1,366–1,367Cheatwood, R.J., Residence, 1214 Confederate Avenue, Richmond, Va., alterations and addition, 1949–1950 (2 folders)
1,368Chinnis Carter/Denton Assoc./Rockhall Assoc., “River Gardens” Apartments, Denton, Md., 1977 and Rockville Manor Apartments, Rockhall, Md., 1977
1,369Church of the Epiphany, 2900 Hanes Avenue, Richmond, Va., alterations and addition, 1950
1,370Colonial Beach Limited Partnership. Colonial Beach Village, Colonial Beach, Va., 1985 (proposed)
1,371Consolidated Bank & Trust Co., Marshall & 1st streets, Richmond, Va., 1958 (proposed)
1,372Constantine, Dave E., Post Office building, Grace-Arcade Building [former I. Miller Shoe Store], Richmond, Va., 1939 (proposed)
1,373Cooper, Donald, and Robert Magarian, High-rise Dormitory, 800 block West Grace Street, Richmond, Va., 1966 (proposed)
1,374Cooper, Donald, High-rise Apartments, Harrison at Floyd, Richmond, Va., 1970–1971 (proposed)
1,375Corrie, George Bruce, Post Office building, Crewe, Va., 1941 (proposed)
1,376Daniel, Tom, Office layout, 409 East Main Street, Richmond, Va., 1967
1,377Daniels, A.B., Office building, 7th and Franklin streets, 1965 (proposed)
1,378Days Realty of Richmond, Inc., Days Inn, Route 60 at Byrd Airport, Henrico County, Va., 1974
1,379Dimitrie, E.C., Medical offices, Charlottesville, Va., 1968
1,380Diocese of Virginia. Middleburg (Va.) Mission Church, 1958 (proposed)
1,381Diocese of Virginia. St. Anne’s Catholic Church, Ashland, Va., 1960
1,382Dominion Associates, Hampton Place Apartments, Phase II, Richmond, Va., 1979
1,383Dorsam, Paul and Linda, Ice cream parlor/delicatessen, 308 North Laurel Street, Richmond, Va., 1976
1,384Dunlop Farms Subdivision, Colonial Heights, Va., 1985 (proposed)
1,385Eagle Self-Storage Corporation, Storage Facility, 3000 N. Boulevard, Richmond, Va., 1986 (proposed)
1,386Eastern Shore Realty Corporation/H.J. Bernstein, Office building, 5200 Block W. Broad Street at Markel Road,1968 (proposed)
1,387Eastern Shore Realty Corporation/H.J. Bernstein, Office building, 111 N. 4th Street, Richmond, Va., 1970, inspection
1,388Easthaven Subdivision, Henrico County, 1969
1,389Evans, Nathan, DDS, Medical office building, 5300 block, Patterson Avenue, 1966 (proposed)
1,390Family & Children Services of Richmond, Office layout, 1518 Willow Lawn Drive, Henrico County, Va., 1973
1,391First and Merchants National Bank, Branch bank at Westland Shopping Center, West Broad Street, Henrico County, Va., 1966
1,392Franklin Federal Savings & Loan Association, Branch, Village Shopping Center, Three Chopt and Patterson, Henrico County, Va., 1966
1,393Franklin Federal Savings & Loan Association, Southside Plaza branch, 1963–1964
1,394French, William C., multi-family housing, Horsepen Road at Crescent Parkway, Henrico County, Va., 1984
1,395–1,396Gayton Crossing Partnership, Gayton Crossing Office Park, Gayton and Gaskins roads, Henrico County, Va., 1978–1979 (2 folders)
1,397Greenberg, Arthur, Residence, Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va., 1947
1,398Greenbrier Associates/Charles Shifleet, River Birch Shopping Center, Chesapeake, Va., 1981 (proposed)
1,399Hankins & Anderson/Parham Associates, Office Building, Parham Road, Henrico County, Va., 1973 (proposed)
1,400Hanover County (Va.). School Board, Henry Clay High School, 1947– 1948, alterations and addition
1,401Hanover County (Va.). School Board, miscellaneous projects.
1,402–1,404Hanover Crossing Limited Partnership, Hanover Crossing Apartments, Hanover County, Va., 1985 (3 folders)
1,405Harrison & Bates, Inc., Cromer Building, 4012 W. Broad Street
1,406Harrison & Bates, Inc., Medical Arts Building, 2nd and Franklin Streets, 1977
1,407Harrison & Bates, Inc., Metropolitan Transportation Center, 1977–1978
1,408Heller, Max R., Medical Office Building (proposed), 1968
1,409Henrico County (Va.). School Board, miscellaneous projects.
1,410–1,412Heritage Savings & Loan, Homestead branch, 1973–1977
1,413Hood, Garland, Residence, alterations and addition, 1976
1,414Hood, Graham, Residence, alterations and addition
1,415Hooker, Raymond C., Jr., Residence, 1956 (proposed)
1,416Indiana Mortgage Corp, Wedgewood Apartments, Richmond, Va., 1974
1,417Inman, John W., Residence, 301 Marston Lane, Richmond, Va., alterations and addition, 1991 (proposed)
1,418Investor’s Savings & Loan, Branch bank at Westbury Shoppes, Richmond, Va., 1981 (proposed)
1,419Investor’s Savings & Loan, Operational/Corporate Center, 1982
1,420Investors Savings & Loan Association, Village Square Branch, Forest Hill Avenue and Route 147, 1979
1,421Irby, E. Claiborne, Residence, 1966
1,422James, J. Bruce, Vacation home, Water Valley, Miss., 1958
1,423Jarratt, B. F., Residence, Stony Creek, Va., 1934
1,424Jeffreys, Herndon P., Jr., and Joseph Y. Gayle, Study concerning Stuart Court Apartments conversion to nursing home, 1970
1,425Jeffreys, Herndon, High-rise apartments or hotel, Monument Avenue at Hamilton, Richmond, Va., 1971 (proposed)
1,426Jones Realty & Construction Corporation, Office building, Colonial Heights, Va., 1975
1,427Justice, A.N., Office building, 2716 Monument Avenue, Richmond, Va., 1971
1,428Justice, A.N., Willow Lawn site study, Richmond, Va., 1966
1,429Kendrick, John, Multi-family housing, 811 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, 1935
1,430King, William C., Residence, Ware Neck, Va., 1935 (proposed)
1,431Kurtze, Clark, Residence, Kingsley Subdivision, 1983 (proposed)
1,432Laskin Development Corp., Bethesda, Md. Hanover Crossing Apartments, Phase II, inspection reports, 1986–1988
1,433Laskin Development Corp., Bethesda, Md., Hanover Crossing Apartments, Phase II, applications and certifications for payment, 1987–1988
1,434–1,436Little Sisters of the Poor. St. Sophia Home, Floyd Avenue, Richmond, Va., alterations and addition, 1952–1956 (3 folders)
1,437Loyal Order of Moose (LOOM), Dinwiddie Lodge, alterations, 1977
1,438Lukard, Milton E., Multi-family housing, 916–922 North 5th Street, Richmond, Va., 1949 (for Colored residents)
1,439Maret Development Corp, A&P Grocery store, Beaufort Mall, Chesterfield County, Va., 1975–1976. Financials only
1,440Martin, B.H., Post office building, Westhampton, Richmond, Va., 1948
1,441McKay, Neville, Lakeside Avenue Garden Apartments, 1962
1,442Medical Specialists, Inc., Medical building, 3128 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Va., 1975 (proposed)
1,443Milholland, Mari M., Residence, alterations and addition, 1968
1,444Mocha Temple, Shrine No. 7, Lodge and clubhouse, 1973
1,445Moody, Maizie, Residence, 1978 (proposed)
1,446Mount Calvary Cemetery Association, Keeper’s house, 1933
1,447Needham, C.C., Residence, Williamsburg, Va., 1955 (proposed)
1,448NV Properties, Kingstowne Townhouse Apartments, Centreville, Va., 1985 (proposed)
1,449Orginz, Stanley, Residence, alterations and addition, 1971
1,450Pallone, Michael, Oldsmobile Agency, Broad Street and Parham Road, Henrico County, Va., 1971
1,451Pauburne Inc./Paul Gordon Associates, Fontaine Apartments, Maury and 36th streets, Richmond, Va., 1963
1,452Pauburne Inc./Paul Gordon Associates, Two-bedroom house, 1959
1,453Paul Gordon Associates, Glenwood Avenue Apartments, Phase II, Glenwood Avenue at 35th Street, 1966
1,454Paul Gordon Associates, Industrial Park, 1962 (proposed)
1,455Paul Gordon Associates, Marina/Marine repair yard, Palmer, Va., 1990 (proposed)
1,456Paul Gordon Associates, Office building (proposed), Imperial Tobacco building, 1965–1966
1,457Paul Gordon Associates, Miscellaneous projects
1,458Paul Gordon Associates, Small house plans
1,459Peters, R.S., Apartment building, 3410 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va., 1957 (proposed)
1,460Raab & Co., Realtors, Store building, 401 E. Grace Street [to house Mosmiller’s Florist], 1942
1,461Ram Construction Company, Pocoshock Creek Townhouses, 1969
1,462Rees, Ted, Office building, Augusta Avenue at Willow Lawn Drive, 1960 (proposed)
1,463Richmond (Va.). School Board, various projects
1,464Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad Company, Broad Street Station conversion, 1974 [proposed]
1,465–1,476Richmond Plaza Associates, Richmond Plaza office building, 111 South 6th Street, Richmond, Va. (11 folders)
1,477Richmond Waterfront Terminals, Inc., Saginaw Milling Company building, 1934
1,478Ross, Tom, Conference center/hotel, Columbia, S.C., 1967
1,479Royall’s Inc., Ramada Inn, 5050 Midlothian Turnpike, Richmond, Va., 1974
1,480Rucker & Richardson, Office building, 417 Libbie Avenue, alterations and addition, 1977
1,481Sandston Realty & Mortgage Corp., Housing project, Sandston, Va., 1933
1,482Sears/Don Savage, Sears Service Center, Hopewell, Va., 1965
1,483Security Federal Savings & Loan, 1963 (proposed)
1,484Sharon Baptist Church, Central Garage, Va., Church building, alterations and addition, 1965 (proposed)
1,485Siegal, Leon, Apartments, Stuart Avenue at Nansemond, Richmond, Va., 1967 (proposed)
1,486Siegal, Leon, Ridge Road Apartments, Henrico County, Va., 1971
1,487Simon Real Estate Corporation/Morton L. Wallerstein, Townhouse Apartment Community, Fairfield and Ford avenues and Mechanicsville Turnpike, 1968–1973 (proposed)
1,488Sinnott & Son, PC, Office remodel, 112 East Cary Street, Richmond, Va., 1977
1,489Sinnott, Edward F., Jr., 21 Clarke Road, alterations, addition and repairs, 1981–1983
1,490Sinnott, Edward F., Lawn Equipment Shed, 7239 Lookout Drive, Chesterfield County, Va., 1960
1,491–1,498Sisters of Mercy, Walsingham Academy, James City County, Va. (8 folders)
1,499Sisters of Verona, Shrine, 1956 (proposed)
1,500Smith, William H., Jr., U.S.P.O. building, Charlotte Court House, Va., 1940 (proposed)
1,501Snellings, T.J., Residence, 1954 (proposed)
1,502Somers M. Wilton, Inc., Maaco Auto Paint Center, 1976–1977
1,503Somers M. Wilton, Inc., Office building, Landmark Road, Henrico County, Va. (proposed)
1,504Somma, B.N., Post office building, Sandston, Va., 1957 (proposed)
1,505–1,518Southern Aid Society of Virginia, Office and store building, 212 E. Clay Street, Richmond, Va., 1929–1932 (10 folders)
1,519Southland Properties, Chamberlayne Avenue Apartments, Richmond, Va., 1974
1,520–1,523St. Mary’s Hospital, Richmond, Va.,1962 (3 folders)
1,524State Farm Insurance, Richmond Service Center
1,525Stein, A.L., Bellwood Terrace Apartments, Richmond, Va., 1971
1,526Stern, Henry, Office building, Broad at Maywill, Richmond, Va., 1971
1,527Stettinius, Joseph, residence, “Pleasant Green,” Lee, Va., 1958 (proposed)
1,528Stout, William H., MD, Tidewater Tower Apartments, Hopewell, Va., 1964–1965
1,529Streat, John T., Residence, 9300 University Boulevard, Richmond, Va., alt and add, 1957
1,530Suffolk Packing Company, Store, proposed alterations to, 1970
1,531Sunnybrook Enterprises, Bristol, Tenn., various projects
1,532Tarry & Watson, Four-unit Apartment Building, Oxford, N.C., 1961
1,533Thomas, George D., Post Office building, Bellevue Station, Richmond, Va., 1959 (proposed)
1,534Tompkins, W.F., Residence, “White Plains,” Hanover County, Va., alt. and add., 1941 (proposed)
1,535Virginia Employment Commission, Charlottesville, Va., Office building, 1977 (proposed)
1,536Virginia Employment Commission, Richmond, Va., Space Allocation Study, 1976
1,537Virginia State Fair Association, Cattle Shelter, 1938
1,538Waddill Estate/Doyle & Russell, Multi-family Housing, Monument Avenue at Malvern, Richmond, Va., 1940 (proposed)
1,539Ware, A.H., Robinson Street Apartments, 1976
1,540Ware, Macon, Residence, “Bellevue,” alterations and addition, 1941
1,541Watlington, James E., Residence, 5903 Lowry Street, Richmond, Va., 1966; addition, 1994
1,542Wienstine, Marcus, Tuckahoe Park Housing (proposed)
1,543Wilton, F. Richard, Office and warehouse, 1974 (proposed)
1,544WSSV Broadcasting, Petersburg, Va., Television studio, 1953 (proposed)
1,545Zedd, Morton, Manchester Lake Apartments, 1967–1968


Series 3. Drawings and plans, 1920–1998 (bulk 1920–1987).


The arrangement of this series mirrors that of Series 2, with Series 3.1. containing plans for the period 1920–1942, numbered sequentially; Series 3.2. containing plans for the period 1945–1990, consisting of a sequential number and two digit year in combination; and Series 3.3. containing unnumbered plans, arranged alphabetically by client. There are some drawings for which there are no project files. These are indicated with an *.

Researchers should also remember that prior to receipt in 2002 these materials were not stored under the best of circumstances, and had suffered from water and insect damage over a number of years. Those files deemed too damaged were not transferred, and additional damaged materials were weeded during processing. Therefore, not every Sinnott project is represented in this inventory.

Series 3.1. Drawings and plans, 1920–1942.

Roll Box 1C 101–ACobb, B.C., Residence (Sinnott & Lyle Swiger)
 C 102–AOffice building, 1935 (Sinnott & Lyle Swiger)
 C169Bruce, R.H., Residence & Garage, 1920
 C183Sandston Realty & Mortgage Corp., Housing project, 1933
 C317ALaw offices, 1922, alt., (Hartsook)
 C403Coleman, D.J., Mrs., Residence, alt. & add., 1923
 C405Monte Maria Academy, School building, 1923 (also includes C113A)
 C408Rollo, Gordon, Movie theater, 1923–24
 C413Laurel Presbyterian Church, Church building, 1923
 C431Kastelberg, William F., Residence (See 002:47)
 C435Puller, Ordway, Residence, 1925
Roll Box 2C436(a)Mizpah Presbyterian Church, Church building & school, 1925
 C436(b)Church Hill Vehicle Company, Building
 C437Kline, S.Q., Factory building, 1925
 C439Bruce, Fisher W., Residence
 C443A. Meyers & Son, Warehouse, 1935 (proposed), (also includes C615)
 C446Daffron, A.J., Jr., Residence, alt. & add., 1926
 C456Tobacco Foil Co., Factory building
Roll Box 3C459Epiphany Episcopal Church, School building, 1927 (Hartsook)
 C462First Christian Church, Church building
 C465Oakland Methodist Episcopal Church, Church building, 1927
 C467Parkview Baptist Church, Church building
 C481Bayler, C. A., Jr., Mr./Mrs., Residence
 C487Caravati, Charles D., MD, Residence, alt. & add., 1929
Roll Box 4C489Hanover County (Va.). School Board, Montpelier School
 C493Rearrangement of Woodmont section, Midlothian dist. 503 Hanover County (Va.). School Board, Ashland District School building (See 013:47)
 C505Barton Heights M.E. Church, South, Church building, 1930
 C506Yorktown Ice & Storage, Store building, 1930
 C507Rawlings Motor Co., Shop building, 1931
 C508 BSouthern Aid Society, Sarah Jones Memorial Hospital, 1932
 C510(a)Hanover County (Va.). School Board, Doswell School
 C512(a)Sigma Nu Fraternity, William & Mary, Chapter House, 1933
Roll Box 5C512(b)Hanover County (Va.). School Board, Ashland District School building, 1934
 C513Building, 1933
 C515(a)Henrico County (Va.), Repair & storage depot
 C515(b)Saunders, Jas. A., Residence
 C517Rex Motion Picture Theatre, Movie theater, 1935
 C518(a)Hanover County (Va.). School Board, Atlee School Group, 1935
 C518(b)Brookland Theatres, Inc., Park Theater
 C525Goode, W. Taylor, Residence, alt. & add.
 C526King, M.C., Residence, 1935
 C527Long, A.T., Residence
Roll Box 6C528Haynes Jarvis Shoe Co., Haynes Jarvis Shoe Co., alt., 1935
 C530Yorktown Ice & Storage, Store building, 1936
 C531Meyers, Morton, Residence, 1936
 C532Dugan, Edward M., Residence
 C534Gumenick, N.S., Residence
 C535Richmond Sand & Gravel Corp., Office building, 1936
 C536Scherer, Charles, Residence, plans A-100 & A-101
 C536(a)Newman, A.G., Residence
 C536(b)Hutzler & Carr, Inc., Character Home, The 1936
 C536(c)Seward, W.R., Residence, 1936
 C537Gray, Horace A, Residence
 C538Gould, J. B., Residence, 1936
 C539Bowen, Ernest, Mr./Mrs., Residence, 1936
Roll Box 7C540(a)Brookland Theatre, 1936
 C540(b)Lichtman Theatres, Walker Theatre, 1936
 C541Streat, Henry J., Residence, Summer, 1936
 C542Taylor, G. W. M., Garage, 1936
 C543Epes, W.G., Residence
 C544Frank A. Bliley Co., Funeral home & Garage
 C545Residence, A-1
 C546Ireton, Ann & Mary, Apartment building
 C547Bouren, J.B., Residence, 1937, 1947, 1958
 C548Residence, alt.
 C549Residence, A-11
 C550Kaup, Felix F., Apartment building, 1930s (ca.), alterations
Roll Box 8C551Somma, Charles A., Henrico Theatre, 1938
 C552Loftin, L.M., Colony Inn, alt. & add., 1937
 C553Write, James, Mr./Mrs., Residence, 1937
 C554Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home, Passenger elevator, 1937
 C555Camp, J. L., Jr., Residence, add., 1937
 C556Laburnum Construction Corp., Residence, West Ginter Park, No 1B
 C557Laburnum Construction Corp., Residence, West Ginter Park, 1 GP
 C558Laburnum Construction Corp., Residence, West Ginter Park, 2 GP
 C559St. Augustine Catholic Church, Rectory, 1938
 C560Laburnum Construction Corp., Residence, West Ginter Park, 3 GP
 C561Diocese of Virginia, Catholic Chapel, 1938
 C562A (a)Kemper, Frere (Mrs.), Residence, 1938
 C562A (b)Sinnott, Edward F., Residence, 1938
Roll Box 9C563Doar, E.M., Jr., Residence, 1938
 C564Rawls, S.W., Mrs., Residence, alt. & add.
 C566Felthaus, A.H., Residence, alt. & add.
 C567Henrico County (Va.), County courthouse, add. & alt., 1938
 C568Smart, Thelma, Mrs., Residence, 1938
 C569Hardware store, alt., 1938
 C570Residence, alt. & add., 1938
 C571Rose & Lafoon, Inc., Building, alt.
 C572PWA project, Municipal buildings, 1938
 C574Page Theater Inc., Page Theatre [motion picture], 1939
Roll Box 10C576Daw Theatres, Inc., Movie theater, 1938
 C577Graeter, George C., Residence
 C578Godfrey, W.E., Mr./Mrs, Residence, add.
 C579Residence, 1938
 C580Morrison, G.E., Mr./Mrs., Residence (proposed)
 C581Sacred Heart Church, Vault addition, 1939
 C583J.R. Watkins Co., Office building
 C585Gem Laundry, Laundry and dry cleaners, 1939
 C586Heath,, Residence
 C587Bialkowski, Augie, Residence (proposed), 1939
 C588Crump, J.C., Residence, 1939
 C589Stover, S.M., Residence, 1939
 C590Lehman, Residence, 1939
 C591Pitts, Ben, Bowling Alley
Roll Box 11C592FHA Project. No. 051-00044, Forest Hill Apartments, 1939
 C593Roth Pitts Corporation, Movie theater
 C594Corley Co., Inc., Post office building, "Central Station"
 C595Meyer, Emma, Residence, 1939
 C596Building, alt. & add.
 C597J.T. Nuckols Estate, Post office building, Stewart Station, 1939
 C598Flowers School Equipment Co., Office building and warehouse
 C599York Supply Co., York Storage & Ice, 1939
 C600Dabney, Hugh, Residence
Roll Box 12C601(a)Franklin Federal Savings & Loan, Bank building, 1940–1941
 C601(b)First Federal Savings & Loan Assoc. of Hopewell, Bank building, 1941
 C604Oblate Fathers, Church & Rectory, 1940
 C605Sinnott, Edward F., Jr., Residence
 C606Massaponax Sand & Gravel Corp., Office building, 1940
 C607Lichtman Theatres, Walker Theater, alt?, 1940
 C608Duntreath, Residence
 C609Strietmann Biscuit Co., Warehouse, 1940
Roll Box 13C610Joseph W. Bliley Co./ Rupert H. and Paul S. Bliley, Funeral home, alt., 1940–1941
 C612Perkins, Malcolm W., Mr./Mrs.., Crozet House, alt., 1940
 C614J.T. Nuckols Estate, Post office building, East End substation, 1940
 C615Commercial property, 1940 (See C443)
 C616Perrin, Lannie, Residence
 C618Service center (Proposed)
 C619Jones & Robins, Inc., Westwood house plans
 C620Jones & Robins, Inc., Dundee Ave., House plan
14C622Gray, Horace A., Store building, Roses
 C623Henrico County (Va.), Fire Department building, 1941
 C625Beth El Congregation, Synagogue, 1941
 C626Atlantic Paint & Varnish Co., Office and warehouse, 1941
 C627Federal Builders, Inc., Parking lot office
 C628Nunnally, Residence, 1941
 C629Mooers, E. H., Residence, “Melville," 1941
15C631Virginia State Fair Association, Open Air Stage, 1941
 C632 ACommercial building, 1942
 C633St. Patrick’s' Catholic Church, Rectory, proposed alt., 1941
 C634Waverly Methodist Church, Church building, 1941
 C636Meyers, Morton, Store building; conversion to Miles Shoes store
 C637United Service Organization for National Defense, Inc., U.S.O. Building/McGill Catholic Union, 1942


Series 3.2. Drawings and plans, 1945–1990.


Roll Box 16001:46Marlbank, The, Farmhouse & office restoration, O'Hara, L.R.
 001:47Service station, Steele, J.H.
 001:48Office and warehouse, Rosemary Manufacturing Company
 002:45Residence, 1945 (multiple plans), Carreras, Louis
 002:46Mooers Field (Richmond Colts), Mooers, E. H.
 002:47Residence (includes C431 plans), Kastelberg, William F.
 002:48Southside Brickworks, Inc., 1948, Southside Brickworks, Inc.
 003:46House plans, Financial Service Corp
 003:47Jack Davis Auto Sales, Davis, Jack
 003:48Blake Realty Co., Blake Realty Co.
 004:46House plans, Financial Service Corp
 004:47Shop building, 1947, Service Machine & Welding Co.
 004:48Hanover County Training School, Hanover County (Va.). School Board
 005:46House plans, Financial Service Corp
 005:47Office building, State Loan Co.
 005:48Residence (See also 005:58 A), Rosenbaum, Abe
 005:48 AResidence, Garage & Servants Quarters (See also 005:58 A), Rosenbaum, Abe
 006:46House plans, Financial Service Corp
 006:48School building, alt. & add., St. Benedict's School
 007:46Residence, 1946, Warranch, Eldridge, Mr./Mrs.
 007:48Church building, 1948, add., St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church
 008:46Residence, Neilsen, Ned
 008:47Residence, Summer, alt. & add., Baum, Alvin J., Sr., Mr./Mrs.
 008:48County office building, Hanover County (Va.)
 009:46 (a)St. Sophia's Home, 1948, Little Sisters of the Poor
 009:46 (b)Residence, Atkins, C.C., Mr./Mrs.
 009:47Club house, Tappahannock Yacht Club
Roll Box 17009:48St. Sophia's Home, Little Sisters of the Poor
 010:47Church building, 1947, alt. & add., St. Peter's Church
 010:48Residence, Bliley, Joseph W., Jr.
 011:47Store buildings, 1945–1947, Bareford, N. W.
 011:48Residence, Baronian, Nick
 012:47Church building, 1947, Rappahannock Christian Church
 012:48Warehouse, includes 1922 Hartsook plans, Tomlinson Co., Inc.
 013:46Residence, Forrer, J.J.
 013:47Ashland District School building (includes C503), Hanover County (Va.). School Board
 013:49Garage, 1949, Williams, Donald D.
 014:47Store building, 1947, Yorktown Ice & Storage
 015:49Social hall & school, 1949 & 1956, St. John’s Catholic Church
 016:46Stores buildings, alt., includes 1934 plans, Greenburg, Sam
 016:49Residence, Gibson, Ross R., Mr./Mrs.
 017:46Store building, 1946, Yorktown Ice & Storage
 017:49Theatre building, Caroline Theatre, Inc.
 018:46Building, alt., Heiker, F. H.
 018:50Memorial Gymnasium, Benedictine High School
 019:46Office and warehouse, Tomlinson Co., Inc.
 019:50School building, St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church
 020:50Residence, Taylor, William G.
 022:50County courthouse, Clerk's Office, Hanover County (Va.)
 023:50King William County Training School (black), King William County (Va.). School Board
Roll Box 18024:50Residence, Cella, Joseph J.
 025:50Residence, Kluck, Joseph
 026:50Residence, "Oakland," 1952, Ferguson, Everett James
 027:50Residence (multiple plans), Rawlings, W.G.
 028.50C. T. Smith School, Caroline County (Va.). School Board
 029.50Lawn Hotel, Mahone, Bernard
 031:50Funeral home, alt., 1950, Joseph W. Bliley Co.
 032:50Bank building, 1950, First Federal Savings & Loan
 033:50Office and warehouse, alt. & add., Flowers School Equipment Co.
 035:51Convent building, Sacred Heart Convent
 037:51Office building, Long Manufacturing Company
Roll Box 19038:51Headquarters (aka Dabbs House), Henrico County (Va.). Police Dept.
 039:51Residence, Summer,
 040:52St. Augustine Catholic Church, Diocese of Virginia
 042:52Indian View School, 1952, King William County (Va.). School Board
 043:52Broyhill's Auto Sales & Service, Broyhill, Ray
 044.52Residence, Long, John A.
 045:52Westbury Estates
 047:52Office building and factory, alt. & add., 1952, Dietz Printing Co.
 049:52Restaurant & confectionary, Sodini, Sam, Mr./Mrs.
 050:53Residence, Gemmel
 051:53Residence, Bourne, J.B
 052:53Residence, Novack, John
 054:53School building, St. Paul's Parochial School
 055:53Residence, Katz, B.S.
 056:53Office building, Penley, A. J.
 058:54Residence, “Wayland”, Cash, Carl L.
 059:54Office building, Franklin Federal Savings & Loan
Roll Box 20060:54Residence, Proctor, Alfred R.
 063:54Residence, Bliley, Rupert H.
 065:54Factory building, 1954, Ninth & Ingram Corporation
 066:54Church building, 1954, Our Lady of Lourdes
 067:55Residence, McGinniss, F.B.
 068:55School building, St. Gertrude's School
 069:55Residence, Summer, Long, A.T.
 070:56Residence, Tate, A.E.
 071:56Church building, 1956, New Bethesda Church
 072:100Residence, Fegan, Al
 073:56 (a)Residence, Hatcher, James
 073:56 (b)Residence, Sands, M.E. Mr./Mrs.
 075:56Bon Air Terrace Apartments,
 076:56Residence, Coleman, E.C.
 079:56Residence, Whitby, James F.
 080:57Residence, Larus, John B.
Roll Box 21081:57Residence, Bazile, Leon M. ?
 082:56Residence, Schapiro
 083:56Residence, Craig Neil Corp.
 084:57Manufacturing plant & office, Southern Special Product Corp.
 085:56Bon Wood, The, Tri-level, Pauburne, Inc.
 086:57Residence, Gordon, Paul, Mr./Mrs.
 088:57Residence, Pruitt, C.C.
 091:57Park Avenue Apartments,
 092:58Warehouse (proposed), Paul Gordon Assoc.
 093:58Residence, "Retreat", West, Reed I.
 094:58Rectory, St. Mary's Church
 095:58Residence, Long, Jack
 096:58Medical offices, 1958, Tarry & Watson
 097:58St. Sophia's Home, Little Sisters of the Poor
 098:58Bantam, The, house plan, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 099:58Yorktown & Newman house plan, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 100:58Honeymooner, The, house plans, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 101:58Banner, The, house plan, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 102:58 (a)Marshall & 7th Street parking garage,
 102:58 (b)Three bedroom house plan, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 103:58Residence, Wigington, Joe
Roll Box 22104:58Medical offices, Pauburne, Inc.
 105:59Hallmark, The, house plans, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 106:59Granada, The, house plans, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 107:59Medical offices, 1969, C.L.M. Corp.
 108:59Medical offices, 1959, Paul Gordon Assoc.?
 109:59Residence, Rebman, III, Dr./Mrs.
 110:59Laundry and dry cleaners, 1959, Eclipse Laundry & Dry Cleaners
 112:59Residence, Spanier, Arnold
 113:59Spotless Store for Azalea Ave Shopping Center, Jones & Robins, Inc.
 114:59Hechler Village, Blake Building & Development Corp.
 116:59Duplex dwellings, 1959, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 117:59Residence, Arones, Harold
Roll Box 23118:60Chapel & school, St. Edward's Catholic Parish
 118a:63Cafeteria & classroom addition, St. Edward's Catholic Parish
 120:60Office building, Byrd Corp.
 122:60Residence, "Green Acres", Levinson, Jacob, Dr./Mrs.
 123:60Dunn's Restaurant,
 125:60Residence, West, Reed I.
 126:60Medical offices, 1960, Domor Corp.
 127:60St. Sophia's Home, Little Sisters of the Poor
 128:60Manse, Sandston Presbyterian Church
 129:60Medical offices, Franklin & Schmitt, Drs.
 130:603800 Medical Building, Jones & Robins, Inc.
Roll Box 24132:60Hampshire Place Apartments, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 133:61Office building, Royal Construction Co.
 134:61DeJarnette Sanitarium, Perry Building, Va. Dept. of Mental Health & Hygiene
 135:61Allied Animal Hospital, Barker, William Kerr
 138:62Residence, Watson, John W.
 139:62Medical offices, 1962 [See also 233:70], Tonley Corp.
 140:62Ashley Terrace Garden Apartments, Rocks, Ralph D. & Merhige, Robert R., Jr.
Roll Box 25141:62Lexington Tower Apartments/Condominiums, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 142:62(Roll 1 of 2) Multi-family housing, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 142:62(Roll 2 of 2) Multi-family housing, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 143:63Three Chopt Apartments, Phase II, Three Chopt Company
 144:63Grace Medical Village (Includes 144b3:63), Duggins, Stuart C.
 144b:63Grace Medical Village, Building B, 1987 (See 144:63), Duggins, Stuart C.
 145:62Staples Mill Apartments
Roll Box 26146:63South Roanoke Village Phase I, South Roanoke Apartment Corp.
 146a:66South Roanoke Village Phase II (See 146:63), South Roanoke Apartment Corp.
 147:63Monument Avenue Dental & Medical Buildings,
 148:63Executive Motor Hotel, dining room alt.,
 149:64Multi-family housing, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 150.64Multi-family housing, 1972, 31-unit (proposed), Paul Gordon Assoc.
 151:64Glennwood Townhouses, Fairfield Development
 152:64Ritenhouse Square Apartments, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 153:64Patrick Henry Theater, Attucks Amusement Corp
 154:64Residence, King, Michael C.
 155:64Cool Lane Housing, Jones & Robins, Inc.
 156:64Residence, add., Moore, T. Justin
Roll Box 27157:64Virginia Plaza, INVA Building, Wagdan Assoc.
 158:64Baronian Office Building No. 1, Baronian & Sons, Inc.
 159:64North Hills Terrace Apartments, Associated Properties, Inc.
 160:64DeJarnette Sanitarium, addition to, Va. Dept. of Mental Hygiene and Hospitals
 161:64Apartment building, 1964, Savage, Joseph
 162:64Virginia Plaza Office Building, Wagdan Assoc.
 163:64Maintenance building, Mount Calvary Cemetery Assoc.
Roll Box 28164:64Fairfield Veterinary Hospital, Rowe, Eugene, Dr.
 165:64Williamsburg Garden Apartments, 1965, Cabell Associates/Chinnis-Huneycutt
 166:64Residence, Bruce, James
 167:64Bellemeade Apartments, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 168:64Church of the Little Flower/St. Therese, Church of the Little Flower
 169:64Multi-family housing, Cobb, B.C.
 170:64Maymont Village Apartments, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 171:65Stonewall Court Apartments, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 172:65Meadow Avenue Townhouses, Vaden, Donald
 173:65Residence, alt. & add., Brizzolari, Letitia
Roll Box 29174:65Windsor Office Building, Berry, Raymond L.
 175:65Stony Brook Shopping Center, O.B. Taylor Zepkin & Assoc.
 177:65Duke Street Townhouse Apartments, 1965, Stern & Arenstein
 178:65Medical offices, 1965, Johnson & Crowder
 179:65Office building, Bottled Gas Corp. of Virginia
 180:65Sharon Townhouse Apartments, Downing Associates
 181:65Fitzhugh Plaza Office layout, Reynolds Metals Company
 182:65Lakeview Terrace Apartments, Phase II includes Hyland & Highfill Ph I plans, Cabell Associates
 182A:71Lakeview Terrace Apartments, Phase III, Cabell Associates
Roll Box 30183:65Baronian Office Building, Baronian & Sons, Inc.
 184:65Apartment building, 1965, Talley, C.O.
 185:65Office building (Cromer Building), Cromer, Ira P.
 187:65Sheraton-Fredericksburg Motor Inn (187:65 A included), Shannon, Sidney L., Jr.
 188:65Western Auto Sales & Service, Western Auto
 188:69Warehouse add., Graybar Electric Company, Inc.
Roll Box 31189:69Country Hearth Restaurant, Ross, Tom
 190:66Bank building, Hanover branch (Includes 190c:66), State Planters Bank
 190c:66Bank building, 1985, alt. (See 190:60), United Virginia Bank
 191:66Portsmouth high-rise apartment buildings, 1965, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 192:66Office building, English, Louis E.
 193:66Parking lot, Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
 194:66Office building (proposed), Fleet, Douglas
 195:66Office building, Meyers, Sidney
 196:66Senior Center alt. & adds., Senior Center of Richmond, Inc.
 197:66Hamilton Medical Building, Hamilton Medical Building Assoc.
Roll Box 32198:66Brook Hill Townhouses, Zedd, Morton/Random Corp.
 200:67Marboro Hills Apartments, Levinson, Jay
 201:56Residence, Burnett, S.B.
 201:67Townhouse apartments, Phases I & II, with drainage plans for phase III, includes 067:16, Chippenham Village, Inc.
 202:67Town & Terrace Apartments, Clayman, Jake
 203:67Residence, Meyers, Sidney
 204:67Trimmer Apartments, Exeter Square, W.C. Trimmer, Inc.
 205:67Crossroads East Townhouse Apartments, Bullington, Fred et al
 206:67Office building, alt., Instructive Visiting Nurses' Assoc.
Roll Box 33207:67Office building, General Motors Acceptance Corp/Motor Insurance Corp
 208:67Apartment building, 1967, American Motor Inns, Inc./Adolph Krisch
 209:67Burger Queen, Bernstein, H.J.
 212:68Woodmere Apartments, Cauthen-Parker, Inc.
Roll Box 34215:68Tuckahoe Animal Hospital, Nelson, G.
 216:68Apartment building, 1968, Krumbein, Nathaniel
 217:68Motor inn, 1968 (proposed), Le Grand Pre Corp
 218:68UNIVAC Office
 219:69Penny Logan Shoppers, Logan, Penny; Berry, Ray
 220:69Arrow Wood Townhouses, Krisch, Adolph & Joel
Roll Box 35221:69Beauty Shop, Lawndale Shopping Center, Bernie Corporation, The
 222:69Office building, Liberty Mutual
 223:69Watchman's Office, Johns-Manville
 224:69Medical offices, 1969, Rahal, Fred, M.D.
 226:69Office building, Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
 227:69Wine & Cheese Shop, Wells, A. O.
 228:69Chateau Riviere Apartments, Hamlett Company
 229:69Courtesy Motors, Paint Shop, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich.
Roll Box 36230:70Fairfield Village, 1976–1978, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 231:70Three Chopt West Phase II, Stern & Arenstein
 232:70Fairfield Veterinary Hospital, addition to, Rowe, Eugene, Dr.
 233:70Medical offices, 1970, add., Tonley Corp.
 234:70Office building, Richmond Board of Realtors
 235:70Self-service store/prototype, Va. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
 236:70Firehouse addition, 1970, Crewe (Va.).
 237:70C. & P. Telephone Building, C. & P. Telephone Company
Roll Box 37238:70Office building, Continental Insurance Company
 239:70Office building, alt. & add., 2015 Corp, The
 240:70Apartment building, 1970, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 241:71Residence, Bates, J. W., Jr., Mr./Mrs
 242:71Apartment building, 1971, James Long Construction Corporation
 244:71Sussex Square Apartments, Paul Gordon Assoc./Tom Daniel
 245:71Law offices, alt. to, 1971, Cole, Wells & Bradshaw
 246:71Crystal Tower Hotel, Hamlett Company
 247:71Residence, Valentine, E. Massie
 248:71Residence, Brizzolari, Letitia
Roll Box 38249:72Fairlawn Garden Apartments, 1972, Bernstein, H.J.
 250:72Westwood Heights Corporation, Orginz, Stanley
 251:72Ice Rink, Richmond Sports International
 251:73Roadway Inn & Restaurant (See 257:73), Baronian & Baronian Development Corp.
 252:72Chester Shoppes, Alexander, Alex
 253:72Office Building, Combined Insurance Co. of America
 254:72Office building, Prudential Insurance
Roll Box 40258:73Southview Apartments, 117 Investment Corporation
 259:73Bank building, includes 1929 plans, Central National Bank
 261:73Office Park (Proposed) West Broad Park, Joyner & Co.
Roll Box 41262:73Parham 64 Office Park, Phase I, Maypar Assoc.
 263:73Office building, Parham Associates
 264:73Security Mini Storage Phase I, Weil, H.C. "Chuck"
 265:73Law offices, 1973, Elmore & Parker
 266:73Offices, alt. to, Paul Gordon Assoc.
Roll Box 42267:74Office building (proposed), Virginia Association of Electric Cooperatives
 269:74Office bld. and bank, proposed (includes 73:115), Orginz, Stanley
 270:74Staples Mill Office Park, Somers M. Wilton, Inc.
 271:74Computer center, renovations of, Central National Bank
 272:74Bank building, Mercury Boulevard & Orcutt Avenue Branch, First National Bank
 273:74Bank building, Libbie Avenue & Grove branch, 1975, Central National Bank
 274:74Bank building, Broad & Grace Branch, alterations, Central National Bank
Roll Box 43275:74Petersburg Animal Hospital, Bird, Carl D., Wingfield, Billy H., et al.
 276:75Arby's Restaurant (proposed), Arby's - The Restaurant Co.
 277:75Bank building, Broad Street Branch, (Includes 277:75c), Investors Savings & Loan
 279:75Arby's Restaurant, add. & alt., Arby's - The Restaurant Co.
 280:75Burger Chef, Regency Square Shopping Center, Hamburgers, Inc.
 281:75O'Briensteins's Restaurant, Regency Sq. Mall, Ripp & Harr
 282:76Traveler’s Building, Investors Savings & Loan
 283:76Apartment building, 1976 [SEE Ware, A.H.], Gloucester Corporation
Roll Box 44284:76Residence, alt., Valentine, E. Massie
 285:76Bank building, McGuire Circle Branch, alt. & add., Central National Bank
 287:76Alderman & Ivy Branch, Charlottesville, Investors Savings & Loan
 289:76Sandburne Park Residential Community, Paul Gordon Assoc./Mark Gordon Properties
 290:77Bank building, Janke Road branch (includes a,b,c plans), Investors Savings & Loan
 291:77Office building (revision of 277:75), Investors Savings & Loan
Roll Box 45292b:77Woolard Medical Building, Woolard, Marion, MD
 293:77Shop building, alt. & add.., Old Dominion Porsche-Audi
 294:77Office building, ca. 1977 (proposed),
 295:77Derbyshire Apartments, Orginz, Stanley
 297:77Security Mini Storage, Weil, H.C. "Chuck"
Roll Box 46298:77Regency Riverside Inn, Riverside Properties, Inc.
 299:77Store building, Nite World
Roll Box 47300:77 (a)Gayton Crossing Phase I, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 300:77 (b)Bank building, Investors Savings & Loan, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 300:77 (c)Safeway Grocery Store, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 300:77 (d)Virginia National Bank, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 301:77Fountain Square Shoppers World
 303:77Colonial Corner Shopping Center, Hopewell Assoc.
Roll Box 48304:78 (a)Arby's Restaurant, add. & alt., Arby's - The Restaurant Co.
 304:78 (b)Security Mini Storage Phase II, Weil, H.C. "Chuck"
 305:78Arby's Restaurant, The Restaurant Co.
 306:78Sandston Woods Apartments [Includes 77:30], Sandston Woods, Inc.
 307:78Yonan Building, alt. & add., Yonan, Rufus
 308:78Arby's Restaurant, Manchester, Inc.
 309:78Residence, single family,
 310:78Filer Ford Auto Dealer, 1978, Filer, Edwin E.
 311:78Parking deck, Belvidere Corporation
Roll Box 49312:78Athletic facility, Commonwealth Club
 313:78Kilmarnock Condominiums, Goodloe Wagner Enterprises
 314:79Burton Woods Apartments, Phase II, Chinnis, Carter C.
 315:79Sandston Woods Apartments (See also 306:78), Sandston Woods, Inc.
 316:79Church building, 1979, First Baptist Church
 316:79 (a)Gayton Crossing Phase II (gen. & misc. plans), Gayton Crossing Partnership
Roll Box 50316:79 (b)Bank of Virginia, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 316:79 (c)Jos. A. Bank, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 316:79 (d)S&C Clothing Store, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 316:79 (e)Ukrop's Grocery Store, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 316:79 (f)Wine & Cheese Shop, Gayton Crossing, Gayton Crossing Partnership
 317:80Arby's Restaurant, Southport, Inc.
Roll Box 51318:80Twin Horse Place Office Complex (Includes 318a:80), Teamsters Joint Council No. 83
 318a:80Twin Horse Place Office Complex (SEE 318:80), Teamsters Joint Council No. 83
 319:80Alderman & Ivy Branch, Charlottesville, alt. & add, Investors Savings & Loan
 320:81Office building, Southland Life Insurance
 321:81Bank building, Market Square Branch bank, Investors Savings & Loan
 322:81Residence, Kingsley subdivision, Gordon, Mark, Mr./Mrs.
 323:81Office building, Mayland Professional Associates
Roll Box 52324a–d:81House plans, Kingsley subdivision, 1981, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 326:82House plans, Farmers Home Administration
 327:82St. Josephs Villa,
 328:82St. Albans Townhouses, Ridge Road Development Co., Inc.
 329:83Bank building, Milgraum Center Branch, Investors Savings & Loan
 330:83Bank building, Harrisonburg branch, Investors Savings & Loan
 331:83North Mason Street Branch bank, Investors Savings & Loan
 332:83Bank building, Libbie Avenue & Grove branch, remote teller, Investors Savings & Loan
Roll Box 53334:84Residence, Waltham, Wayne A., Jr. Mr./Mrs.
 335:84Bank building, Brook Road branch, Investors Savings & Loan
 336:84Bank building, Mechanicsville Turnpike Branch, Investors Savings & Loan
 337:84Bank building, Grove Avenue branch, Investors Savings & Loan
 338:85 aRobersonville Duplex apartments, Cabell Associates
 338:85 bReedville Manor Phase I, Urbanna Assoc.
 339:85Convent building, St. Bridget's Convent
 340:85Duplex dwellings, 1985, Chinnis, Carter C.
Roll Box 54341:85Glenside Center, Glenside Associates
 342:85Eight Street Parking Deck, Devon Group, Ltd.
 343:85Residence, add., Parker, F. Byron, Mr./Mrs.
 344:85Residence, McGraw, Walter J., Mr./Mrs.
 345:85Residence, Williams, I.R., Jr., Mr./Mrs.
Roll Box 55346:86Office building, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 347:86Willow Lawn Drive Branch bank, Investors Savings & Loan
Roll Box 56348:86One Franklin East, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 349:87Residence, Moore, T. Justin
 350:87Bank building, Main Street Center branch, Investors Savings & Loan
 351:87Bank building, Bon Air Branch, Investors Savings Bank
 352:87Townhouse community, W. 45th St/Bassett, Paul Gordon Assoc.
 353:90Bank building, Lee-Davis Branch, Investors Savings & Loan


Series 3.3. Drawings and plans, Unnumbered.


Roll Box 57A & P Company, Store building (proposed)
 A. H. Kootner & Co., Warehouse, 1951
 Adamson, S.P., Mr./Mrs., Residence, 1974
 Allstate Insurance Co., Office Building (proposed), 1965
 Atlantic Life Insurance, Office building, 1950 & 1956 alts.
 Bagley, John J., Mr./Mrs., Residence, add. (proposed)
 Barbidot Corp., Prince George Court Shopping Center, 1965–1966
 Barnette, A. F., Ellerson Farms, 1953, model homes for
 Barnette, A. F., West River Hills, 1952
 Baum, Alvin J., Jr., Residence
 Bernie Corporation, The, Motor inn, 1971 (proposed)
 Bernstein, Ernest, Residence (proposed), 1964
Roll Box 58Bernstein, H.J., Franklin Street Medical Building, 1964–1965 (proposed)
 Bernstein, H.J., Lynda Lane Townhouses, 1969
 Betts, Arnold, Grace Street Nursing Home, 1963
 Bliley, Rupert H., Residence, Summer, add., 1949
 Boston, James F., Mr./Mrs., Residence, 1939 & 1946 (proposed)
 Bowling Alley, 1938
 Bryan, Stewart, Jr., Residence
 Butler, W.T., Jr., Mr./Mrs., Residence, Tool shed for, 1975
 Calvin, Earl, Residence, alt. & add., 1978
 Camp Chesapeake Corp., Offices, woodwork detail, 1938
 Camp Virginia, Canteen, 1940 (proposed)
 Camp Virginia, Lowe's Get-A-Way Cottage, 1971–1979
 Campbell, Taylor, Residence
 Capitol Hotel, Grace St. East & 8th
 Catholic Rectory, Williamsburg, Richmond Rd. and Bright St.
Roll Box 59Causey, Beverley D. (Mr.), Residence, "Elsing Green"
 Century Plaza Corporation, House plans, 1975
 Charles Brown/Conway Estate, Ltd., Theme park, 1972–1974
 Cheatwood, R.J., Residence, alt. & add.
 Chi Phi Fraternity, Hampden-Sydney College, Chapter House, 1960
 Citizens Home Insurance Co., Office renovations, 1974
 Colman, Louis, Mr./Mrs., Residence (proposed), 1955
 Colonial National Historical Park, Golf Club House et al, 1940
 Constantine, Dave E., Post office building, 1939, former I. Miller Shoe Store
Roll Box 60Corrie, George Bruce, Post office building, 1941 (proposed)
 Courtney, R.H., MD., Residence, alt. & add., 1934
 Cox, J.E., Mrs., Residence, Entrance detail, 1952
 Cumberland Farm, Employee dwelling, alt. & add., 1968
 Cutchins, J.A., Log cabin, 1920 (Hartsook)
 Daniels, Thomas, Office building (proposed), 1967
 Day Realty, Apartment building, 1974 (proposed)
 Devon Group, Ltd., Electric Building (see O.S. roll box 84)
 Dickerson, W.B., Building, alt. & add., 1948
 Diocese of Virginia, Middleburg Mission Church, 1958 (proposed)
 Diocese of Virginia, St. Anne's Catholic Church, 1960–61
 Dorsam, Paul and Linda, Ice Cream Parlour & Delicatessen, 1976
 Dr. Pepper Bottling Co., Office building (proposed), 1938
Roll Box 61Eastern Shore Realty/H.J.Bernstein, Office Building, gen., 1970
 Evans, Nathan, DDS, Medical offices, 1966
 Exchange Place, Main St. East, no. 1309–1317
 F. Richmond Wilton Co., Office and warehouse, (proposed) 1974–75
 Faunteleroy, J.E.W., Residence
 Ferguson, Bruce, Residence, "Oakland," alt. & add.
 First & Merchants National Bank, Westland Shopping Center Branch, 1965–66
 First Baptist Church, Senior Center
 First National Bank, Bank building (plans by L.P. Hartsook)
 First National Bank of Yorktown, Bank building, Grafton branch, 1974
 Frank A. Bliley Co., Funeral home, 1952
Roll Box 62George Wythe High School, Freedom Shrine at George Wythe High School
 Giovanni's Restaurant, Stratford Hills Shopping Center, Stratford Hills
 Greenbrier Associates/Charles Shifleet, River Birch Square Shopping Center, 1981 (proposed)
 Grove Ave., no. 3211, Apartment building, 1961 (33 units; proposed)
 Guzelian, Philip, Residence, alt.
 Hague Apartments, Brambleton Avenue
 Hanover Funeral Home, Funeral home
 Harris Cleaning, Laundry and dry cleaners, 1952
 Harrison & Bates, Office, renovation, 1966
 Harrison & Bates, Parking lot, 1970
 Harrison & Bates, Inc., Metropolitan Transportation Center, 1976
 Harrison, Robert R., Jr., Residence, Summer, 1975
 Hartley, G.S., MD, Apartment building, 1935
 Hatcher, Wirt, Residence, add.
Roll Box 63Henrico County (Va.), County office building & parking, 1952
 Henrico County (Va.), Firehouse, proposed, 1939
 Heritage Building, Office Supply Store, Main St. East, no. 1001
 Hogan's Restaurant, Hogan's Restaurant, 1978, site lighting plan (& plans
 by different architect)
 Holiday Central Commissary, Inc., Master property plan, 1975
 Hood, Garland, Residence, alt., 1976
 Hooker, Raymond C., Residence, poolside guest house, 1966
 Hooker, Raymond C., Jr., Multi-family housing, 1965
Roll Box 64Inman, John W., Residence, alt. & add., 1991
 Investors Savings & Loan, Bank building, Brandermill Branch, Vault addition
 Investors Savings & Loan, Three Chopt Road Branch bank, 1987
 Irby, E. Claiborne, Dr./Mrs., Residence
 J.L. Stinson, Inc., Eight Acres Residence
 Jackson, I.A., MD, Medical office/Clinic
 Jeffreys, Herndon P., Jr., Hotel/Apartment Complex (proposed)
Roll Box 65Jeffreys, Herndon P., Jr. & Gayle, Jos. Y., Stuart Court Apartments,
 original plans by W.L. Bottomley, 1924, alt. by Sinnott, 1970
 Jewel Tea Inc., Office and warehouse
 Jones & Robins, Inc., House plans, Forest Hill
 Justice, A.N., Residence, 1966 & 1972
Roll Box 66Kemp, Residence
 Kendrick, John, Residence, alts., 1935
 Kern, Harry, Builder, Woodstock Subdivision
 Knight, James, Medical offices, 1962
 L. Alderman Associates, Washington Plaza Shopping Center, 1965
 Laburnum Realty Corp., Bungalow Development, Type A, 1937
 Lancaster, Robert A., Mrs., Residence, alt. & add., 1925
 Leppert, Nancy, Residence, 1976
 Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Sophia's Home, 1940–41
 Lowrey, Joe, Mr./Mrs., Residence, 1976
Roll Box 67Marcellus Wright and Son, Crozet House, alt., 1974
 Marks, Dave, Star Furniture Co., alt. & add., 1938
 Marshall Street Center, Marshall St. East, no. 801
 Martin, B.H., MD, Grocery store alt. & addition, 1940
 Martin, B.H., MD, Post office building, Westhampton, Richmond, Va., 1948
 Martin, B.H., MD, Service Center, 1940
 Martin, William P., Residence, 1950
 Marymount School, Gym & Auditorium, 1964
 Massaponax Sand & Gravel Co., Aggregate Handling System, 1942
 Mattox, Residence
 Mayland Professional Associates/Spinella, Mayland Professional Associates
Roll Box 68McKay, Neville, Apartment building, 1962 (proposed)
 Medical Specialists Inc., Professional building (proposed), 1975
 Meyers, Norman, Residence, 1940
 Milholland, Mari M., Residence, alt. & add., 1968
 Milkin, Irvin, Residence, 1948
 Miranian, A.A., Residence, 1963
 Mocha Temple, Shrine No. 7, Lodge and clubhouse, 1973
 Moore, Robert D., Residence, 1978
Roll Box 69Morgan, S.T., Residence, alt. & add., 1936
 Motor inn & restaurant (proposed), 1966, Broad St. & Rte 64
 Mount Calvary Cemetery Assoc., Mausoleum, 1980
 Mount Vernon Baptist Church, Church building
 National Electric Contractors Assoc., Office renovation, 1980
 Nuckols, J.T., Commercial building
Roll Box 70Oblate Fathers, Rectory, alt. & add., 1957
 Office building (proposed), 1965, Broad St. West and Mordie Rd.
 Office building, 1968 (proposed), Canal St. & 2nd St.
 Office building, 1976, Ridge Rd. & Temple Ave.
 Orginz, Stanley, Residence, "Farm House", alt. and add., 1971
 Owens & Minor Drug Company, Store building, alt. & add., 1947
Roll Box 71P&G Corp., Roosevelt Theater, 1933 & 1964 [Sinnott worked on in 1964]
 Palmer, Arthur A., Residence, "Clearview Farm"
 Pauburne, Inc., Dwelling, Two bedroom
 Pauburne, Inc., Fontaine Apartments, 1963
 Pauburne, Inc., Multi-family housing, 1963
 Paul Gordon Assoc., Apartment building (4 units, plans)
 Paul Gordon Assoc., Duplex dwellings, 1964
Roll Box 72Paul Gordon Assoc., Glenwood Avenue Apartments, 1965
 Paul Gordon Assoc., Gordon Tower
 Paul Gordon Assoc., House plans 40, 41, 42, 43
Roll Box 73Paul Gordon Assoc., Multi-family housing, 1965
 Paul Gordon Assoc., Office building, 1965 (Imperial Tobacco bld.)
 Paul Gordon Assoc., Scottie type house plan, 1958
 Paul Gordon Assoc./Art Antics, Art Antics, 1994
 Pierce, James, Medical offices, 1977, alt.
 Pinnell, C.W., Residence, alt. & add., 1941
 Puritan Systems, Inc., Plant, new
Roll Box 74Repair Shop Office & Storage, 1943, Brook Rd. near Sledd
 Richmond Buick Company, Parking lot
 Richmond Improvement Corporation, Richmond Improvement Corp.
 Richmond Plaza Assoc., Richmond Plaza (a) Building, (b) Shops, (c)
 Offices (see O.S. roll box 85)
 Richmond Plaza Assoc., Richmond Plaza Parking Deck, 1974 (d) parking
 Deck (see O.S. roll box 85)
 Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad Co., Union Station, alt., 1974 (proposed)
 Robee's House of Beef, 1967–68, Rte. 301 & Greenway Ave.
 Ross, Tom, Hilton Hotel/Conference center, 1967
 Rucker & Richardson, Offices, 1977
Roll Box 75Seaboard Coastline, Office building
 Sears/Don Savage, Sears Service Center, floor plan, 1965
 Seminary Ave. Residence, alt., 1976, Seminary Ave., no. 3012
 Seward, B.J., Residence, 1936
 Sharon Baptist Church, Church building, 1965, add. & alt.
 Sheraton Motor Inn, Parking lot, 1978–79
 Shopping Center (proposed), Terminal Place & Broad St.
 Siegel, Leon, Apartment building, 1967 (proposed)
 Siegel, Leon, Multi-family housing, 1968 (proposed)
 Simon Real Estate Corp., Townhouse Apartment Community, (proposed), 1967–1973
 Simon's Co., Building (proposed)
Roll Box 76Sinnott & Son, PC, Office remodel, 1977
 Sinnott, Edward F., House plans
 Sinnott, Edward F., Jr., Residence, 1958–1960
Roll Box 77Sisters of Mercy, Walsingham Academy
 Sisters of Verona, Shrine, 1956
 Smith, Wm. H., Jr., Post office building, Charlotte Court House, Va., 1939–40
 Somers M. Wilton, Inc., Oakhurst Apartments, 1977 (P-09-77, Sinnott job)
 Somers M. Wilton, Inc., Residence, model, 1976
 Somma, B.N., Post office building, Sandston, Va., 1957
 Somma, Charles A., Residence, Summer, 1935
Roll Box 78Southland Properties, Apartment building, 1974 (24 units)
 St. Augustine Catholic Church, Rectory, alt., 1951
 St. James Church, Church building, add.
 St. Mary's Hospital, Hospital buildings, 1962 [Sinnott was assoc. with main architects] (see O.S. roll boxes 86–87)
 State Farm Insurance Co., South Richmond Service Center
 State Planters Bank, Bank building, Broad Street Branch, 1966
 Stettinius, Joseph, Residence, "Pleasant Green," 1958 (proposed)
 Store building, add. & alt., 1938
 Stout, William H., MD, Tidewater Towers apartments, 1965
 Stuart Ave. & Roseneath Rd., Apartment building, 1955 (15 units)
Roll Box 79Suher, Office layout, 1969
 Superstars Pizza, Superstars Pizza, 1994 & 1998
 Sussex County (Va.). School Board, Jarrett School, alt., 1938
 Sweetbriar Park housing, 1960
Roll Box 80Tam Construction, Club house, 1957
 Tappahannock Methodist Church, Church building, 1955
 Taylor, [?], Miss, Residence, alt. & add.
 The Restaurant Co., Arby's Restaurant, Belt Boulevard
 The Restaurant Co., Arby’s Restaurant, Bremo & Broad Sts.
 The Restaurant Co., Arby's Restaurant, Jeff Davis Highway
Roll Box 81Theater, 1938 (proposed), Louisa, Va.
 Thomas, George D., Shopping Center, 1949 (proposed).
 Tompkins, W.F., Residence, "White Plains," alt., 1941
 USPS, Post Office building, 1933, Broad St. near Lombardy St.
 USPS, Post office building, Broad Street Substation, Broad St. West and Westmoreland
 USPS, Post office building, Westhampton, 1939, Westhampton, no. 2810
 VEPCO, Building renovation, 1984
 Virginia State Fair Association, Cattle Shelter, 1938
Roll Box 82Waddill Estate/Doyle & Russell, Multi-family housing, 1940 (proposed)
 Ward Volkswagen/Subaru, Inc., Showroom, 1983
 Ware, A.H., Apartment building, 1976
 Ware, H.H., III, Medical offices
 Ware, Macon, Residence, "Bellevue," alt. & add., 1941
 Waring, Justin, Residence, alt. & add., 1953
 Watkins, Robert, Residence, Summer
 Watlington, James E., Residence, 1966 & 1994
 Weinstein, Marcus, Tuckahoe Park Housing, 1955–56 (proposed)
 WSSV, Television studio, 1953 (proposed)
Roll Box 83Xerox Corporation, Office building
 Zedd, Morton, Manchester Lake Apartments, 1967–68
 Zedd, Morton, Residence


Series 4. Personal and Miscellaneous Materials, 1921–1989.


Series 4.1. Edward F. Sinnott, Sr., Personal Files, 1921–1966.

These materials relate to Edward F. Sinnott Sr.’s life outside of his architectural practice, although there is certainly overlap. Files are arranged alphabetically by title, which is generally based on either the format or the subject of the material.

The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities file contains chiefly publications. The Better Homes in America Contest file includes newspaper clippings concerning Sinnott’s involvement in the contest; as part of the contest publicity, Sinnott submitted “before” and “after” illustrations of existing Richmond houses to illustrate how, with little effort, they could be modernized. The Christopher Columbus Statue file contains invitations and newspaper accounts concerning the Statue’s unveiling in 1927. The Clubs and Organizations file concerns Sinnott’s membership in a number of local civic organizations, chiefly Catholic.

Materials on Crickett Cottage concern a Sinnott family vacation home on the Rappahannock River. Materials concerning the Federal Housing Authority and the Historic American Building Survey reflect Sinnott’s employment by these WPA programs. The Mary Dante Ferrandini file relates to the person from whom Sinnott purchased his house, and is chiefly a series of bills and accounts sent to Mrs. Ferrandini while out of town. The pamphlet, The Architect, authored by Luther P. Hartsook and Edward F. Sinnott, discusses the relationship between architect and client.

Sinnott worked briefly as a sales representative for the Hydraulic Steelcraft Company before devoting himself full-time to architecture. In 1944 and 1945 Sinnott was employed by the National Catholic Community Service to manage the McGill Catholic Union building in Richmond; Catholic military personnel took advantage of the Union’s recreational facilities while traveling through Richmond to other duty stations.

The file for Richmond Air Base, where Sinnott was employed as a draftsman, contains several scripts for skits based on officers and others working on the project; these scripts are unsigned and nowhere is it indicated that Sinnott wrote them. Material concerning Sinnott’s younger sister, Patricia Ann Sinnott, and the estate of his father, Patrick J. Sinnott, finish this series.

Folder 1,546Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities. William Byrd Chapter, 1942–1966
1,547Better Homes in America Contest
1,548Christopher Columbus Statue, Unveiling of, 1927 December 9
1,549Civil Service applications, 1942, 1947
1,550Clubs and organizations, miscellaneous
1,551Correspondence, 1921–1963
1,552Cricket Cottage, Lowry Point, Essex County, Va.
1,553Federal Housing Authority. Architectural inspection reports, 1935–1936
1,554Ferrandini, Mary Dante
1,555Financial materials, 1923–1954
1,556Hartsook, L.P., and Edward F. Sinnott, The Architect
1,557–1,559Historic American Buildings Survey (3 folders)
1,560Hydraulic Steelcraft Company, 1921–1922
1,561Knights of Columbus
1,562Life insurance
1,563Military service record
1,564National Catholic Community Service, 1944–1945
1,565Programs for Catholic church events, 1924–1964
1,566Richmond Air Base / J.P. Ferguson and Company, 1942
1,567Riverside Golf Club, Inc., 1929
1,568Sinnott, Patricia Ann
1,569Sinnott, Patrick J., estate


Series 4.2. Edward F. Sinnott, Jr., Personal Files, 1942–1989

These materials concerning Edward F. Sinnott, Jr.’s life outside his architectural practice. Of particular interest is more information on Crickett Cottage, the family vacation home, and on Cumberland Farm, property inherited from his wife’s side of the family. Financial statements were produced at the request of Investors Savings and Loan, as Sinnott was a member of the Board of Directors. The Sinnotts’ contributed financial support to the Richmond Jazz Festival in 1989. Sinnott served on both the Building and Long-range Planning committees of St. Bridget’s Catholic Church. His connection with Virginia Polytechnic Institute as both a student and an active alumna are also reflected.

Folder 1,571Bon Air Historical Society
1,572Capital Savings and Loan Association, 1969–1974
1,573Commonwealth Club, 1972–1984
1,574Correspondence, 1972–1984
1,575Country Club of Virginia, 1974–1989
1,576Crickett Cottage, Lowry Point, Essex County, Va.
1,577Cumberland Farm, 1978, 1982
1,578Financial materials, 1948–1988
1,579Financial statements, 1964–1984
1,581Richmond Jazz Festival, 1989
1,582Sinnott, Virginia L., estate
1,583St. Bridget’s Catholic Church. Building Committee, 1971–1979
1,584St. Bridget’s Catholic Church. Long-range Planning Committee, 1982– 1989
1,585Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1942–1980


Series 4.3. Newspaper Clippings.

The bulk of these clippings were likely collected by Edward F. Sinnott, Sr., and document a number of his projects. In addition, he collected articles on building trends, including the increasing focus on high-rise apartments to deal with housing shortages. Also present are clippings concerning Richmond’s Catholic community, in particular changes in personnel.

Folder 1,587Hanover County Training School
1,588–1,589Historic Virginia Houses (2 folders)
1,590Richmond City Schools
1,591St. Elizabeth’s Parochial School
1,592–1,593Miscellaneous projects and subjects (2 folders)


Series 4.4. Photographic Images, Renderings

Photographs pertaining to specific projects have been filed in project files, wherever possible. The images in this series are chiefly unidentified and their purpose unclear. Some of the slides may relate to client presentations, but without identifying information and in the absence of apparent physical order, they have been combined. The photographs of the Ferruccio Legnaioli sculptures relate to the salvage of items from the demolition of the Capitol Theatre, 2525 W. Broad Street, a Carneal & Johnston building designed in 1926.

This series also includes miscellaneous renderings of both commercial and residential buildings that are either unidentified or do not have any other associated plans or files.

Folder 1,594Photographs, Buildings (unidentified)
1,595–1,596Photographs, Historic buildings (2 folders)
1,597Photographs, Legnaeoli sculptures
1,598–1,599Slides, Buildings (unidentified) (2 folders)
1,600–1,602Miscellaneous renderings (3 folders)


Box List


Box 1Folders 1–77
Box 2Folders 78–92
Box 3Folders 93–119
Box 4Folders 120–141
Box 5Folders 142–156
Box 6Folders 157–172
Box 7Folders 173–184
Box 8Folders 185–203
Box 9Folders 204–220
Box 10Folders 221–234
Box 11Folders 235–249
Box 12Folders 250–259
Box 13Folders 260–273
Box 14Folders 274–290
Box 15Folders 291–306
Box 16Folders 307–325
Box 17Folders 326–342
Box 18Folders 343–362
Box 19Folders 363–369
Box 20Folders 370–386
Box 21Folders 387–405
Box 22Folders 406–423
Box 23Folders 424–440
Box 24Folders 441–456
Box 25Folders 457–475
Box 26Folders 476–488
Box 27Folders 489–496
Box 28Folders 297–510
Box 29Folders 511–525
Box 30Folders 526–542
Box 31Folders 543–557
Box 32Folders 558–573
Box 33Folders 574–588
Box 34Folders 589–604
Box 35Folders 605–616
Box 36Folders 617–630
Box 37Folders 631–641
Box 38Folders 642–657
Box 39Folders 658–676
Box 40Folders 677–690
Box 41Folders 691–705
Box 42Folders 706–724
Box 43Folders 725–743
Box 44Folders 744–759
Box 45Folders 760–771
Box 46Folders 772–781
Box 47Folders 782–793
Box 48Folders 794–810
Box 49Folders 811–820
Box 50Folders 821–833
Box 51Folders 834–846
Box 52Folders 847–862
Box 53Folders 863–875
Box 54Folders 876–892
Box 55Folders 893–911
Box 56Folders 912–927
Box 57Folders 928–940
Box 58Folders 941–960
Box 59Folders 961–974
Box 60Folders 975–986
Box 61Folders 987–998
Box 62Folders 999–1,010
Box 63Folders 1,011–1,017
Box 64Folders 1,018–1,031
Box 65Folders 1,032–1,046
Box 66Folders 1,047–1,062
Box 67Folders 1,063–1,078
Box 68Folders 1,079–1,091
Box 69Folders 1,092–1,106
Box 70Folders 1,107–1,122
Box 71Folders 1,123–1,135
Box 72Folders, 1,136–1,151
Box 73Folders 1,152–1,167
Box 74Folders 1,168–1,178
Box 75Folders 1,179–1,196
Box 76Folders 1,197–1,210
Box 77Folders 1,211–1,220
Box 78Folders 1,221–1,233
Box 79Folders 1,234–1,250
Box 80Folders, 1,251–1,268
Box 81Folders 1,269–1,282
Box 82Folders 1,283–1,292
Box 83Folders 1,293–1,306
Box 84Folders 1,307–1,322
Box 85Folders 1,323–1,335
Box 86Folders 1,336–1,358
Box 87Folders 1,359–1,396
Box 88Folders 1,397–1,427
Box 89Folders 1,428–1,464
Box 90Folders 1,465–1,490
Box 91Folders 1,491–1,512
Box 92Folders 1,513–1,536
Box 93Folders 1,537–1,561
Box 94Folders 1,562–1,586
Box 95Folders 1,587–1,599
Box 96Oversize materials
Box 97Oversize materials
Roll Box 1Plans C101A–C435
Roll Box 2Plans C436 (a)–C456
Roll Box 3Plans C459–C487
Roll Box 4Plans C489–C512 (a)
Roll Box 5Plans C512 (b)–C527
Roll Box 6Plans C528–C539
Roll Box 7Plans C540 (a)–C550
Roll Box 8Plans C551–C562 (b)
Roll Box 9Plans C563–C574
Roll Box 10Plans C576–C591
Roll Box 11Plans C592–C600
Roll Box 12Plans C601 (a)–C609
Roll Box 13Plans C610–C620
Roll Box 14Plans C622–C629
Roll Box 15Plans C631–C637
Roll Box 16Plans 001:46–009:47
Roll Box 17Plans 009:48–023:50
Roll Box 18Plans 024:50–037:51
Roll Box 19Plans 038:51–059:54
Roll Box 20Plans 060:54–080:57
Roll Box 21Plans 081:57–103:58
Roll Box 22Plans 104:58–117:59
Roll Box 23Plans 118:60–130:60
Roll Box 24Plans 132:60–140:62
Roll Box 25Plans 141:52–145:62
Roll Box 26Plans 146:63–156:64
Roll Box 27Plans 157:64–163:64
Roll Box 28Plans 164:64–173:65
Roll Box 29Plans 174:65–182A:71
Roll Box 30Plans 183:65–188:69
Roll Box 31Plans 189:69–197:66
Roll Box 32Plans 198:66–206:67
Roll Box 33Plans 207:67–212:68
Roll Box 34Plans 215:68–220:69
Roll Box 35Plans 221:69–229:69
Roll Box 36Plans 230:70–237:70
Roll Box 37Plans 238:70–248:71
Roll Box 38Plans 249:72–251:72
Roll Box 39Plans 251:73–254:72
Roll Box 40Plans 258:73–261:73
Roll Box 41Plans 262:73–266:73
Roll Box 42Plans 267:74–274:74
Roll Box 43Plans 275:74–283:76
Roll Box 44Plans 284:76–291:77
Roll Box 45Plans 292b:77–297:77
Roll Box 46Plans 298:77–299:77
Roll Box 47Plans 300:77(a) – 303:77
Roll Box 48Plans 304:78(a)–311:78
Roll Box 49Plans 312:78–316:79(a)
Roll Box 50Plans 316:79(b)–317:80
Roll Box 51Plans 318:80–323:81
Roll Box 52Plans 324a–d:81–332:83
Roll Box 53Plans 334:84–340:85
Roll Box 54Plans 341:85–345:85
Roll Box 55Plans 346:86–347:86
Roll Box 56Plans 348:86–353:90
Roll Box 57Plans A–Be
Roll Box 58Plans Be (cont.) – Cat
Roll Box 59Plans Cau – Con
Roll Box 60Plans Cor – D
Roll Box 61Plans E–F
Roll Box 62Plans G–Ha
Roll Box 63Plans He – Ho
Roll Box 64Plans I–Je
Roll Box 65Plans Je (cont.) – Ju
Roll Box 66Plans K–L
Roll Box 67Plans Ma – May
Roll Box 68Plans Mc – Moo
Roll Box 69Plans Mor – N
Roll Box 70Plans O
Roll Box 71Plans P – Pau
Roll Box 72Plans Pau (cont.)
Roll Box 73Plans Pau (cont) – Pu
Roll Box 74Plans R
Roll Box 75Plans Se – Sim
Roll Box 76Plans Sin
Roll Box 77Plans Sis – Som
Roll Box 78Plans Sou – St
Roll Box 79Plans Su – Sw
Roll Box 80Plans Ta – The
Roll Box 81Plans Thea – V
Roll Box 82Plans W
Roll Box 83Plans X–Z
Roll Box 84Plans O.S.
Roll Box 85Plans O.S.
Roll Box 86Plans O.S.
Roll Box 87Plans O.S.

Appendix A. Master list of projects by client.

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Appendix B. Master list of Virginia projects by address.

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