Charles J. Hubbard Papers
Scope and Contents
The Charles J. Hubbard Papers collection contains architecture drawings, photographs of models and finished buildings, planning documents, and published materials (magazines, newspapers) which include photographs of and/or articles about Hubbard's work.
- Hubbard, Charles J. (Architect, Person)
Collection is open for research.
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
Biographical / Historical
Charles J. Hubbard (1922-1989) worked as an architect in Vermont. He studied at Harvard College and Harvard Architectural School, graduating in 1953. He married Oda Waller, also an architect. Both worked for the architecture firm of Freeman French Freeman. Charles joined the firm of Barr and Linde in 1959, thus creating Barr, Linde, and Hubbard, Architects of Essex Junction, VT. J. Henderson Barr and William Linde were associated with Eero Saarinen and moved from Michigan to Vermont in about 1956. The firm lasted until 1964, leaving Linde-Hubbard Associates. Linde-Hubbard joined with Freeman French Freeman to form Horizons Inc. which contracted with the City of Burlington for the Champlain Street Urban Renewal Project of 1966. Linde died in 1968 and the firm became known as Burlington Associates which lasted until 1975.
3 Linear Feet (26 oversize folders, 3 rolls, 2 boxes)
Language of Materials
Collection contains project materials of Charles J. Hubbard, Vermont-based architect. Includes building plans, photographs, and related publications.
Library Research Annex; contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access
- Modern Architecture Survey, Burlington, Vermont. 2011. City of Burlington, Department of Planning and Zoning, Brian Knight Research. https://www.burlingtonvt.gov/sites/default/files/PZ/Historic/sites-and-structures/Final%202011%20Modern%20Burlington%20Report%20BKR.pdf
- Guide to the Charles J. Hubbard Papers
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