Public Buildings -- South Dakota
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Building and Remodeling Plans, created by the Office of the State Engineer, that detail the designs, plans and analysis of the State Engineer and his office for South Dakota state buildings from around 1945 to 1966. The series primarily consists of blueprints, specifications, Preliminary plans, bids, proposals, construction companies’ payrolls, notes, correspondence, photographs, reports and publications
This series contains the original photographs and slides which were used in or considered for use in the South Dakota Legislative Manual (commonly referred to as the "blue book"). It includes images of state symbols and emblems, constitutional officers, legislators, judicial officials, U.S. congressional delegation, state institutions and buildings.
Project Files consists of correspondence; staff notes; copies of floor plans; laboratory test reports; and black and white and color snapshots. Files concern State Engineer’s review of building renovations/remodeling projects at the State Veterans’ Home in Hot Springs and the University of South Dakota at Vermillion.
This record group contains records created and maintained by the Bureau of Administration and the divisions and offices underneath it. Records include: photographs, meeting minutes, user manuals, correspondence, project files, blueprints, microfilm, reports, publications, and construction notes.
This series contains the proposed design plan for a building to house the South Dakota Supreme Court and State Library. The plan was not funded by the legislature and was submitted on November 28, 1972.