Brown, Arthur Jr. (1874-1957) - University architect from 1938 - 1948.
Developed a new plan for the campus based on John Galen Howard's plan. Buildings on campus include Stern Hall, Mulford Hall, Cowell Hospital (demolished), Minor Hall, Sproul Hall, and others. After his term as Supervising Architect for the campus, his firm continued to do projects on campus.
Church, Thomas Dolliver (1902-1978) – Consulting Landscape Architect, 1960s-70s
Did various plans and reports for several areas of campus 1964-70, including landscape master plans in 1961 and 1966.
- Landscape records for the University of California, Berkeley, 1959-1969, Thomas Dolliver Church. UC Archives CU-411 Non-circulating; See Finding aid
- Thomas Church, landscape architect: designing a modern California landscape (2003) edited by Marc Treib.
- Thomas Church, landscape architect: oral history (1978) transcript by Suzanne B. Riess, Interviewer.
- Thomas D. Church collection, 1933-1977. ADVANCE NOTICE REQUIRED FOR USE. See Finding aid.
- Thomas Dolliver Church (1981) by Pam-Anela Messenger.
- Thomas Dolliver Church, landscape architect. (2000). Guest edited by Marc Treib, Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes, 20(2).
Howard, John Galen (1864-1931) - University architect, 1902 - 1927.
Hired as campus architect. Founded the Department of Architecture. Many of the major architects in Northern California at this time trained under him. Buildings on campus include Hearst Mining Building, Greek Theatre, Doe Library, Durant Hall,Wellman Hall, North Gate Hall.
Kelham, George (1871-1936) - University architect, 1927 - 1938.
Developed a new plan for the campus based on Howard's plan. Buildings on campus include Bowles Hall, Cowell Hospital,Davis Hall, Harmon Gymnasium, Minor Hall, and Sproul Hall.
Maybeck, Bernard (1862-1957) - Founder of the Bay Region Style. Lecturer at Berkeley
His pupils included Julia Morgan. With Morgan, designed many buildings on campus including the Men's Faculty Club and the Hearst Gymnasium.
Morgan, Julia (1872-1957)
First licensed woman architect in California. Designed several buildings on campus, most with Bernard Maybeck or John Galen Howard.
- Interviews on the history of architecture of Berkeley, California, 1895-1941 [sound recording]. Listen to BANC CD 096.
- Julia Morgan, architect (1995) by Sara Holmes Boutelle.
- Julia Morgan architectural drawings, 1907-1929. Selections of drawings for 84 projects: also available on microfilm EnvDesign MICROFILM 78264 and BANC FILM 2546. Check out Bancroft BANC MSS 71/156. See Finding aid.
- Julia Morgan architectural history project interviews: oral history transcript recorded interview conducted 1974-1975 primarily by Suzanne B. Reiss for the Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1976: and related material, 1974-1976.
- Julia Morgan collection, 1893-1980 (bulk 1893-1940) . ADVANCE NOTICE REQUIRED FOR USE. Selections of records for 47 projects: also available on microfilm with call numbers BANC FILM 2546 and EnvDesign MICROFILM 78264. See Finding aid
- Material relating to Julia Morgan, 1928-1988 at Bancroft BANC MSS 77/127 c
- Julia Morgan Papers 1835-1958 (bulk 1896-1945), California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.Robert E. Kennedy Library, Special Collections. MS 10; See Finding aid
Wurster, William (1895-1973) Dean of the School of Architecture/College of Environmental Design, 1950-1963 (CED founded 1959)
Buildings include Stern Hall