Edward G. Lawson papers,
Edward G. Lawson, 1884-1968.
3.4 cubic ft.
Photographs, a scrapbook, drawings, correspondence,
and other materials.
Scrapbook kept by Lawson during his years as a student at the
American Academy in Rome, as a "Prix de Rome" winner in landscape architecture. Includes
photographs and measured drawings of buildings and architectural details, planting
lists, plans, and elevations, primarily in Italy. Also, photographs of plans of American
cemeteries in France and England, 1921; photographs of Lawson, and of a portrait of
Lawson; photographs of unidentified architectural details and plans; measured drawings
of unidentified details; and a postcard and note sent to Lawson. Bound volumes from the
American Academy in Rome and Lantern slides of illustrations from Lawson's Rome Prize
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell