Carl Gage collection
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of plans for two Minneapolis homes designed by Carl Gage.
- 1915, 1924
- Gage, Carl A., 1881-1950 (Person)
Language of Materials
Restrictions on Access
Available for use in the Manuscripts Division reading room. Advance notice is requested.
Restrictions on Use
There are no restrictions on the use of materials in this collection. Copies can be requested if the condition of the originals warrants it.
Carl A. Gage was born on November 26, 1881 in Newport, New Hampshire. He studied at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts, and worked successively for the Flour City Ornamental Iron Co., and in the architectural offices of Thomas Holyoke, Ernest Kennedy, Edwin Hewitt, and Bertrand & Chamberlin, before beginning his own practice in 1910. His private architectural practice was interrupted for a brief association with Joseph Vanderbilt (1925-1926). Gage again maintained his own practice after 1926. In 1928, Gage designed "West Winds," the home of William E. Goodfellow. West Winds is now the home of the Bakken Museumof Electricity and Life. Carl Gage died on January 8, 1950 in Laguna Beach, California.
0.5 Cubic Feet
Collection consists of plans for two homes designed by Carl Gage.
Mezzanine; High Bay
Additional Finding Aid
An unpublished finding aid with detailed contents is available in the Manuscripts Division.
- Architecture -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis -- Designs and plans Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Carl Gage collection
- Karen Spilman
- April 2005
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- Script of description
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