WorldCat Identities

Winslow, Carleton M. 1919-

Overview
Works: 223 works in 229 publications in 1 language and 529 library holdings
Classifications: F868.S18, 979.478
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Most widely held works by Carleton M Winslow
The enchanted hill : the story of Hearst Castle at San Simeon by Carleton M Winslow ( Book )
5 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 289 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Discovering San Luis Obispo County ( Book )
3 editions published between 1971 and 1972 in English and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
LAPL Central Library construction, north entrance ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1926 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The Los Angeles Public Library is shown during the construction phase in June 1926. This photo was taken from across 5th street and shows the north side of the building, which is still partially exposed. A sign above, and to the right of the entrance reads: "Cut stone in this building is Indiana Limestone supplied by Hugh Cairns [illegible address]." Several men and women stand next to the entrance. Photograph dated: June 19, 1926
Garden Reading Room, Los Angeles Public Library ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
"Garden Reading Room" service offered at Central Library. A sign posted on a wooden easel reads: "Garden Reading Room - Open 11:00-5:00 - Daily except Sunday - Merely sign your name and take a book to read on the grounds - Return books when whistle blows". It appears two people have taken advantage of this service, as a librarian looks on
LAPL Central Library construction, view 99 by W.A Hughes ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1926 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 99: The Los Angeles Public Library is shown during the construction phase in June 1926. The structure appears to be complete, but still has scaffolding along the west entrance. This photo was taken from the gardens and shows the west side of the building. A sign posted on the grass (not visible from this angle) reads: "Garden Construction Plants and Planting by Beverly Hills Nurseries". Photograph dated: July 6, 1926
Art Department, Los Angeles Public Library by Mott Studios ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Interior view of the Art Department at Los Angeles Central Library. Shelving units are visible along the perimeter of the department as well as a card catalog drawer. Several wooden tables and chairs sit empty, except for the lone woman, possibly a librarian, who appears toward the right of the room. A "loft" can be seen at the rear of the department, with a stairway on the left
Audio-Visual Department, Los Angeles Public Library by Marv Newton ( Visual )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View of the Audio-Visual Department, as seen from the entrance. Numerous bins in neat rows can be seen overflowing with vinyl records that consist of popular and classic music, foreign language, literary classics, etc. Also available for patrons are reel-to-reel films, audiocassettes, and clippings among other audio-visual materials. A cardboard cutout of Tom Jones is prominently displayed atop a bin on the left
LAPL Central Library construction, view 37 by W.A Hughes ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 37: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is of the southeast corner. The structure is well under way and beginning to take shape as construction workers use thousands of pieces of plywood to make the frame. It appears the construction method being used is Balloon Framing, which was a method of wood construction used primarily in the United States up until the mid-1950s. This technique utilized long continuous framing studs that ran from the sill plate to eave line with intermediate floor structures nailed to them; wall sheathing, usually a plywood, was applied to the framing thus eliminating the need for scaffolds. Photograph dated: March 2, 1925
Carpenter shop, Los Angeles Public Library by Rothschild Photo ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Partial view of the carpenter shop of the Los Angeles Central Library, which was located in the library's basement. Several men can be seen diligently working on different projects; one man is cutting a long piece of wood on a table saw, another is sanding down a possibly incomplete bookshelf, the man on the right drills holes into a block of wood, and the man in the background is attaching something to a wooden tablet. Photograph dated: September 1969
LAPL Central Library construction, view 91 by W.A Hughes ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1926 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 91: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is looking at the southeast corner of the building from Grand Avenue. The structure is almost complete and the large dirt area in the foreground is being prepared and will soon become a beautiful garden. Construction debris and equipment is visible along the sidewalk, and a cluster of men can be seen mixing cement on the right. Photograph dated: June 2, 1926
LAPL Central Library construction, close-up by W.A Hughes ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is looking at the east side of the building. The structure, which is covered in scaffolding, is almost complete with the tower beginning to take shape at the top. Several construction workers can be seen on the scaffolding along the right, and several more stand next to a cement wall in the foreground on the left. Construction debris is scattered throughout. Photograph dated: November 2, 1925
LAPL Central Library construction, view 29 ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1924 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 29: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street. The "base" of the library is well under way as construction workers set hundreds of 2x4 pieces of lumber next to each other, with thin steel rods peeking up in between. The white "dual" building on the left is the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Building, and the white building with arches on the right is the Bible Institute, later to become Church of the Open Door/Biola Institute, located at 555 S. Hope Street. Photograph dated: December 31, 1924
Circulation employees, Los Angeles Public Library ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1935 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Circulation clerical staff can be seen diligently working at their desk doing various tasks. Pictured are (in no particular order): Irene Hagest, Lucile Doty Hilton, Irma Savage, Eva Camley, Bertha Forney, Eva Weller, Evelyn Russell, Margaret Conrad Cardiff, Margaret Walker, and Dorothea Williams. Photograph dated: May 1935
LAPL Central Library construction, view 38 ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 38: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is of the northeast corner. The structure is well under way and beginning to take shape as construction workers use thousands of pieces of plywood to make the frame. It appears the construction method being used is Balloon Framing, which was a method of wood construction used primarily in the United States up until the mid-1950s. This technique utilized long continuous framing studs that ran from the sill plate to eave line with intermediate floor structures nailed to them; wall sheathing, usually a plywood, was applied to the framing thus eliminating the need for scaffolds. The large white building on the left is the Bible Institute, later to become Church of the Open Door/Biola Institute, located at 555 S. Hope Street. Rows of cars line both sides of 5th Street in the foreground. Photograph dated: March 2, 1925
LAPL Central Library construction, view 35 ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 35: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street. The "base" of the library is well under way as construction workers set hundreds of 2x4 pieces of lumber next to each other; numerous thin steel rods placed in rows make up part of the foundation. Photograph dated: February 2, 1925
LAPL Central Library construction, view 32 ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1924 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 32: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street. The area has been dug out for the foundation and work is well under way. Makeshift wooden paths can be seen amid deep trenches and large mounds of dirt. View is looking toward the northwest corner, with apartment houses and other businesses along the perimeter of the site. Photograph dated: December 31, 1924
LAPL Central Library construction, west entrance ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is looking at the west side of the building. The structure, which is entirely covered in scaffolding, is well under way and beginning to take shape. The wooden pathway that is visible running up the middle, winds its way to an entrance. Photograph dated: March 20, 1925
LAPL Central Library construction, north elevation ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is of the north side of the building. The structure is well under way and beginning to take shape as construction workers use thousands of pieces of plywood to make the frame. It appears the construction method being used is Balloon Framing, which was a method of wood construction used primarily in the United States up until the mid-1950s. This technique utilized long continuous framing studs that ran from the sill plate to eave line with intermediate floor structures nailed to them; wall sheathing, usually a plywood, was applied to the framing thus eliminating the need for scaffolds. A makeshift ladder "leans" along the side of the wooden frame. A row of cars can be seen parked along 5th Street in the foreground. Photograph dated: February 26, 1925
LAPL Central Library construction, view 34 ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
View 34: Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street. The "base" of the library is well under way as construction workers set hundreds of 2x4 pieces of lumber next to each other, with thin steel rods peeking up in between. A sign posted on the left, at the end of this street reads "Weymouth Crowell Co. - General Contractors". View is looking north from Hope Street. Photograph dated: February 2, 1925
LAPL Central Library construction, west side close-up ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1925 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Photograph shows the construction of the Los Angeles Public Library, located at 630 W. Fifth Street; view is looking at the west side of the building. The structure, which is entirely covered in scaffolding, is well under way and beginning to take shape. The west entrance is the archway on the lower left. Photograph dated: April 17, 1925
 
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Alternative Names
Carleton Winslow
Winslow, Carleton, 1919-
Winslow, Carleton, Jr.
Winslow, Carleton M.
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English (28)