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Thanks in part to this rebirth of interest, the collection at the Avery Library serves a large audience. Not only do students look at drawings to learn drafting techniques, but scholars study them for historical research. Historic preservationists find the drawings invaluable for restoring old structures, and museums are now eager to exhibit them to the general public. The careful preservation of architectural drawings in archives such as the Avery Library ensures the survival of these irreplaceable documents, which have come to be valued as both art and artifact.

Student Work

 
 
 
 

Public Places

 

Strictly Academic

 
 

House Proud

 
 
 
 
 

Old Style, New Style

 

Drawing Rooms

 
 
 

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