Honors

  • Montgomery Fellowship, Dartmouth College 1992
  • Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts 1982 Mt. Holyoke College
  • Fellowship American Institute of Architects. 1980
  • U. S. Government Delegate to “Habitat,” the 1976 United Nations Conference on Human Settlements
  • Phoebe Hearst Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Service to San Francisco. 1969

Design Awards

  • AIA California Council with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the improvement of the built environment and to the profession of architecture in California. 2017
  • National Association of Home Builders, Merit Award, River Run Residence, St. Helena, California. 1985
  • California Council of the American Institute of Architects Merit Award, Margaret S. Hayward Playground Building, San Francisco, California. 1984
  • Gold Nugget Grand Award, Pacific Coast Builders Conference and Builders Magazine, for Best Recreational Facility, Margaret S. Hayward Playground Building, San Francisco, California. 1983
  • Gold Nugget Merit Award, Pacific Coast Builders Conference and Builders Magazine, for Best Recreational Facility, Margaret S. Hayward Playground Building, San Francisco, California. 1983
  • AIA Award of Merit, 1976 Homes for Better Living Awards Program, Vine Terrace Apartments, San Francisco, California. 1976
  • Award for Exceptional Distinction for Environmental Design for work on Union Street by the Governor of California. 1967
  • AIA Bay Area Award for Union Street Store Development at 1980 Union Street. 1967
  • Significant Achievement in Beautification Citation by Buildings Magazine for the Transamerica Title Building in Oakland, California. 1966
  • Merit Award in Office Renovation for the Campbell-Ewald Building, San Francisco, California by the American Institute of Building Design. 1965

Architecture Research Institute

  • American Planning Association’s Metro Chapter’s Lawrence Orton Award for Excellence in City and Regional Planning (2003) cited Rebuild Downtown Our Town, co-directed by Beverly Willis and Susan Szenasy

Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation

  • AIANY Special Citation to Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation for its significant contribution to the recognition and understanding of 20th Century women architects. 2015
  • New York Construction Awards for Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation for Outstanding Public Service. 2015

Videos

This collection of films and video clips offers a multimedia overview of Willis’s achievements.

Design Exhibitions

  • Women in American Architecture 1988-1990: The Exceptional One. Exhibit organized by the American Institute of Architects and the American Architectural Foundation exhibited in Washington, D.C. and Denver, Colorado.
  • Cooper-Hewitt Museum, the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Design, New York 1988. The Outdoor Chair.
  • San Francisco Museum, San Francisco 1984. Yerba Buena Gardens.
  • Contract Design Center, San Francisco 1987. The Outdoor Chair.
  • Honolulu Gallery of Art Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii 1956. Group Oil Paintings Exhibit.
  • Maxwell Gallery, San Francisco, 1952, one-person exhibit Watercolors

Service

  • Founder and President, Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation. 2002 – Present Founder and President, Architecture Research Institute, Inc. 1995-2005
  • Founding Trustee of National Building Museum, Washington, D.C. 1976-Present
  • Chairman, Federal Construction Council, Washington, D.C. 1976-1979 (now called Federal Facility Council)
  • Member of Executive Committee, Building Research Advisory Board, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. 1971-1979 (now called Board on Infrastructure and Constructed Environment)
  • President, American Institute of Architects, California Council. 1979
  • Vice President, American Institute of Architects, California Council. 1978
  • President, Lambda Alpha Society, Golden State Chapter. 1981-1982
  • Board of Directors, American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter. 1978

Media

See also Selected Press Articles

Books—Reference to Work

  • Kwun, Aileen and Bryn Smith. Twenty Over Eighty: Conversations on a Lifetime in Architecture and Design. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2016. 204-214.
  • Wright, Gwendolyn. USA – Modern Architectures in History. London: Reaction Books, 2008. 208.
  • Cole, Doris. Candid Reflections: Letters from Women in Architecture 1972 and 2001. Midmarch Arts Press, 2007. 101-103.
  • Willis, Beverly. Invisible Images: The Silent Language of Architecture. Washington D.C.: National Building Museum, 1997.
  • Lorenz, Clare. Women in Architecture. London: Trefoil Books Ltd., 1990. 134.
  • Lorenz, Clare. Women in Architecture. New York: Rizzoli, 1990. 134.
  • Woodbridge, Sally B. and John M. Woodbridge. Architecture: San Francisco: The Guide. San Francisco: 101 Productions, 1982. [Project: Yerba Buena Center and Gardens, Nob Hill Court, Margaret Hayward Playground/Building, San Francisco Ballet Center, Koret of California, San Francisco, California]

Authored by Beverly Willis

Books & Chapters

  • Willis, Beverly. “Towards a Sustainable City: Rebuilding Lower Manhattan,” in Mike Jenks, ed. Future Forms and Design for Sustainable Cities. Oxford: Architectural Press/Elsevier, 2005.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Towards a Sustainable City,” in Ulla Terlinden, ed. City and Gender. International Discourse on Gender, Urbanism and Architecture. Hanover, Germany: Leske + Budrich, Opladen. 2003. 191-208.
  • Willis, Beverly. Invisible Images: The Silent Language of Architecture. Washington D.C.: National Building Museum, 1997.
  • Willis, Beverly. “If It’s Tuesday, It Must be Singapore,” in Iris Miller and Robert A. Bosser, eds. Visions and Reflections on Utopia and Reality. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Architects, 1991.
  • Willis, Beverly. “The Environmental System Decision-Making Process,” in Ravinder K. Jain and Bruce M. Hutchings, eds. Environmental Impact Analysis: Emerging Issues in Planning. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1978.
  • Willis, Beverly, ed. The Architect and the Shelter Industry. Washington, D.C.: The American Institute of Architects, 1975. [All chapters – except 5 and 6 – authored by Beverly Willis]
  • Willis, Beverly and Dr. Ronald S. Graybeal. “Chapter 9: Computerized Financial Analysis,” in Harry A. Golemon, ed. Financing Real Estate Development. New Jersey: Aloray, 1974.

Articles

  • Willis, Beverly. “Talking Points: Whom to Trust Designing the W.T.C.? Daniel Libeskind.” Downtown Express 22-28 July 2003.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Emerging Trends in the Architecture of American Cities.” Architecture California Summer 1996.
  • Willis, Beverly. “If It’s Tuesday, It Must Be Singapore.” Design + Art in Greece Annual 1994: 180.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Is the Master Builder Dead?” Blueprints Winter 1993.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Tribute Quote for Chloethiel Woodard Smith.” Blueprints Spring 1993.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Design of the San Francisco Ballet Association Building.” Theater Design & Technology Summer 1987: 10. [cover story]
  • Willis, Beverly. “New Settings for Dance.” Update Dance/USA 4 September 1986: 12-13.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Council Adopts Activist Stance.” Construction Management Daily Pacific Builder 15 November 1979: 1,3.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Impressions of Habitat.” Building and Reality Record 22 November 1976: 1,5.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Pre-Planning: Socio-Economic Problems Facing Industry.” Coal Mining and Processing June 1976.
  • Willis, Beverly. “How a California Firm ‘Grew Up’ with the Computer.” AIA Journal January 1976: 48, 64.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Site Selection and Planning: Today’s Planning Dilemma.” Condominium World Winter 1975.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Development of a Methodology for Environmental Data Evaluation.” Western Building Design 12 December 1975: 9-10.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Site Selection and Planning – Current Technology Can Ease Complexities, Speed Effective Decision.” Condominium World Autumn 1974.
  • Willis, Beverly. “From Rags to Riches on Union Street.” San Francisco Examiner 2 June 1974.
  • Willis, Beverly. “The Revitalization of Union Street.” Urban Land May 1974: 10-13.
  • Willis, Beverly. “The Architect and the Shelter Industry.” American Institute of Architects 1974.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Exercise Care in Choosing Shopping Center Architect.” Chain Store Age August 1966: 32-34.
  • Willis, Beverly. “What Price Sound Control?” Buildings April 1965: 110-112.
  • Willis, Beverly. “The Seeds of A Revolution.” Western Advertising April 1963: 30.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Stores for 1968.” Nargus Bulletin February 1963: 30-31, 96-97.
  • Willis, Beverly. “OSC Floriculture Student Tries Greenhouse Hobby.” The Sunday Oregonian Farm Home and Garden 16 May 1948.

Papers

  • Willis, Beverly. Re-examining the Courtyard Block: A Megacity Family Habitat. MegaCities 2000 Conference, University of Hong Kong. February 2000.
  • Willis, Beverly. Spatial Speculations: Embodied Utopias. University of Chicago Gender Center, March 1999.
  • Willis, Beverly. MegaCities: Re-examining the Sidewalk as Public Space, The Second International Symposium on Asia Pacific Architecture: The Making of Public Spaces. University of Hawaii East-West Center, Honolulu. April 1997.

Articles About Beverly

  • “The Foundation Builders.” Pink March/April 2008: 113.
  • McCann, Hannah. “Q&A: Beverly Willis.” Architect August 2007: 80.
  • Rogers, Pat. “Renaissance Woman Looking Ahead.” The Southampton Press 13 January 2000.
  • “Challenging Historic ‘Truths.'” Progressive Architecture June 1995: 69-70.
  • Haar, Sharon and Clare Weisz. “Inherited Ideologies: A Reexamination.” Oculus June 1995: 5.
  • Dietch, Deborah. “Muses, Furies, and Goddesses.” Architecture Magazine May 1995: 15.
  • Thompson, Julie. “Shifting Perspectives.” Update October 1993: 10.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Tribute Quote for Chloethiel Woodard Smith.” Blueprints Spring 1993.
  • “Architect Willis is Dartmouth’s Montgomery Fellow Feb 8-19.” VOX of Dartmouth 7-20 February 1993.
  • Davidson, Cynthia Chaplin. “Beverly Willis: One Woman’s Story.” Inland Architect January/February 1991: 48-51.
  • Fillip, Janice. “Architecture as an Image.” Architecture June 1989: 18-25.
  • Barber, Jean. “Spotlight on Beverly Willis, FAIA.” Women in Architecture October 1988.
  • Rosch, Leah. “Modern Day Mentors.” Working Woman August 1987: 55-58.
  • “Conversation: Beverly A. Willis, FAIA.” Architecture California January/February 1985: 16-17.
  • MacKenzie, Janis. “Success by her Own Rights.” San Francisco Business August 1984: 25.
  • Ventura, Serena. “Beverly Willis-Search for Beauty in Architecture.” Nob Hill Gazette May 1983.
  • “Blueprints By the Bay.” Savvy November 1982: 47-50.
  • Powell, Jim. “Ways and Means: Beverly Willis Listens.” Savvy November 1982: 46.
  • “Honorary Degrees Awarded.” Mount Holyoke Alumnae Quarterly Summer 1981: 31.
  • “Float Judges.” 92nd Tournament of Roses Bulletin 1981.
  • Emrich, Ann Freeman. “Alumnae Life.” Alpha Phi Quarterly Winter 1980: 17-18.
  • “Willis Says CCAIA’s Accomplishments Mean Strong Professional Organization.” Building News 16 November 1979: 1.
  • Marlin, William. “She Strives for ‘Affable, Affordable Buildings.'” The Christian Science Monitor 20 October 1977: 27.
  • Bell, Joseph N. “The Architect as Visionary.” Signature 12 March 1977: 37-38, 40-41, 68-69.
  • Rochlin, Harriet. “From High Rises to Restaurants: Seven Architects Break Ground.” Ms. December 1976: 15.
  • Putney, Michael. “Everyone Needs a Corner of the World.” The National Observer 13 November 1976: 11.
  • McGrath, David J. “A-E Firm Computerized Path to Large-Scale Housing.” Engineering News-Record 4 November 1976: cover story.
  • Ryder, Sharon Lee. “Getting at the Issues.” Progressive Architecture 1974: 82-87.
  • “A Market for Marketers.” Building Design and Construction 15 September 1974: 42-43.
  • Cano, William. “The Golden Gait: The People Who Set The Pace.” After Dark 7 August 1974: 40-41.
  • Marlin, William. “City Shapers.” The Architectural Forum April 1973: 42-43.
  • “The Other Minority.” Building Design and Construction 13 July 1972: 43.
  • Spence, William P. Architecture: Design. Engineering. Drawing. Illinois: McKnight and McKnight, 1972. [Project: Contributing Author to Chapter 15, Grocery Stores]
  • Ross, David. “What Makes Beverly Run?” California Living 14 February 1971.
  • Miller, Ruth. “The Non-Parisians Voice Their Views.” San Francisco Chronicle 26 August 1970.
  • “How Architect Approaches Shopping Center Design.” California Architecture December 1968.
  • “Small Firms’ Future.” California Architecture 3 April/May 1967: 8, 22.
  • “Super Markets of Future Will Makes Strong Appeal to Senses.” The Packer 13 November 1965.
  • “San Francisco Designer Wins National Award.” The Sunday Star-Bulletin & Advertiser 15 August 1965.
  • “San Francisco B.P.W. Honors Artist.” San Francisco Examiner 14 May 1962.
  • Schroeder, Mildred. “Success Comes in Size 12 Package.” San Francisco Examiner 14 May 1962.
  • Alex Haley. “People on the Way Up.” The Saturday Evening Post 5 May 1962: 26.
  • McKinney, Joan. “Outstanding Women Honored.” No Paper Name, 8 October 1958.
  • Waldorf, Dolores. “They’re S.F. Three Women of Distinction.” San Francisco Bulletin 8 October 1958.
  • Alainoto, Jean. “Industrial Design.” Hawaii Industry 3 March 1958: 44-45.
  • Leeds, Claire. “BPW Clubs Award Three Achievement Certificates.” No Paper Name, 1958.
  • “Everyone’s Bent on Fun and Games.” No Paper Name, 8 February No Year.

Invisible Images

  • Willis, Beverly. Invisible Images: The Silent Language of Architecture. Washington D.C.: National Building Museum, 1997.
  • Rogers, Pat. “Renaissance Woman Looking Ahead.” The Southampton Press 13 January 2000.
  • “New Book Explores Architecture of Beverly Willis.” Blueprints Winter 1998.
  • Gill, Brendan, Hugh Hardy and Suzannah Lessard. “Critical Praise For Invisible Images.” 8 July 1998.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Invisible Images Discussion.” New York Public Library. 20 May 1998.
  • Zellerbach, Meria. “Book Review: Sensual Structures.” NobHill Gazette March 1998.
  • “Ballet Building Featured in New Book on Architecture.” San Francisco Ballet Backstage February 1998.
  • Worden, Melissa. “Book Review: Invisible Images: The Silent Language of Architecture.” AIArchitect February 1998.
  • “Lectures/Readings/Films.” The Washington Times 1 January 1998.
  • Swift, Jonathan. “Vision: The Art of Seeing Things Invisible.” National Building Museum January 1998.
  • “Books on New York Architects.” Oculus December 1997: 12.
  • “A San Francisco Story: Background Material.” BeverlyWillis.com 16 December 1997.
  • Brady, Darlene A. “Invisible Images Review.” Acadia Quarterly 16.4 (1997).
  • Steger, Pat. “Big Crowds, Big Bids Expected at the Big Auction.” San Francisco Chronicle 21 November 1997.
  • “Have You Ever Though About What a Creative Person Thinks About When They Design a Building or an Interior, Design a Chair, Paint a Picture, or Choreograph a Dance?” Press Release, 3 November 1997.

Professional Presentations

  • “Why are not Women in the History Books?” National Building Museum, Washington, D.C., March 7, 2017.
  • “Consequences of Design.” Guggenheim Museum, New York City, October 29, 2016.
  • Interview with Beverly Willis, 92nd St. Y, New York City, regarding book Twenty Over Eighty: Conversations on a Lifetime of Architecture and Design, described as “design’s most influential people,” Princeton Architectural Press, June 15, 2016.
  • Willis. Beverly, et. al. “Working Neighborhoods: Failed Policies – Fresh Directions.” The Ford Foundation. New York, New York. 22 April 2005.
  • “Beyond Sixteen Acres: Arts and Culture in Lower Manhattan.'” Rockefeller Brothers Fund. New York, New York. 2 February 2004.
  • “How to Revive the Retail Sector in Lower Manhattan?: The Second of a Series of Panel Discussions about ‘The Economic Future of Downtown.'” City Council Member Alan J. Gerson, The Center for an Urban Future, Pace University’s Center for Downtown New York. Pace University. 21 January 2003.
  • “The Grand Travaux: Its Legacies and Lessons.” Solomon R. Guggenheim Museaum. New York, New York. 3 October 2002.
  • “Nature as a Source of Inspiration.” Artists and Art Director’s of California Annual Meeting. 1990.
  • Environmental Association of San Francisco Panelist. “The Future of The Presidio. 1989.
  • Monterrey Design Conference Panelist. “Architecture as Nature’s Image.” California Council American Institute of Architects. 1989.
  • Northwest Regional Conference Speaker. “Tomorrow’s Architecture.” 1977.
  • Alaska Chapter State Convention Speaker. “The Architect’s Role in Housing.” AIA Anchorage. 1970.

Academic Presentations & Lectures

  • “Invisible Images.” National Building Museum. 1998.
  • “Inherited Ideologies – Caesura Event.” University of Pennsylvania. 1995.
  • “Event-based Design Theory.” University of New York at Buffalo. 1994.
  • “Event-based Design Theory.” Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 1994.
  • “Montgomery Lecture.” Dartmouth College. 10 February 1993.
  • “Mixed Messages: The Nonverbal Language of Art and Architecture.” Dartmouth College. 1992.
  • Associated Collegiate Schools of Architecture/American Institute of Architecture Annual Meeting. “If it’s Tuesday, it must be Singapore.” Special Focus Session. 1990.
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Symposium Panelist. “Visionary San Francisco.” 1990.
  • Joint Presentation with Professor John McDermott. “Las Vegas: Myth, Reality and Hope.” Associated Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Meeting, University of Texas at Arlington. Los Angeles. 1988.
  • Graduate Design Studio with John McDermott. University of Texas at Arlington. 1986.
  • University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts. Eugene, Oregon. 1978.
  • Conference on Environmental Impact Analysis. University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana Department of Architecture. Urbana, Illinois. 1977.
  • Stanford University School of Engineering. Stanford, California. 1977.
  • Continuing Education Series. Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1975 and 1976.
  • University of California, College of Architecture and Planning. Berkeley, California. 1973.
  • Guest Lecture Series. University of Washington, College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Seattle, Washington. 1973.

Project Media

Architecture Research Institute

  • Willis. Beverly, et. al. “Working Neighborhoods: Failed Policies – Fresh Directions.” The Ford Foundation. New York, New York. 22 April 2005.
  • “Beyond Sixteen Acres: Arts and Culture in Lower Manhattan.'” Rockefeller Brothers Fund. New York, New York. 2 February 2004.
  • Mellins, Tom. “Symposium Looks to the Grand Travaux For Inspiration in Rebuilding Lower Manhattan.” Architectural Record November 2002.
  • “The Grand Travaux: Its Legacies and Lessons.” Solomon R. Guggenheim Museaum. New York, New York. 3 October 2002.
  • Algar, Selim. “Local Women Help Decide Fate of WTC Site.” The Southampton Press 14 March 2002.
  • “Architecture Research Institute.” ARCC Newsletter Summer 2001.
  • Nowakowski, Matthew H. “IAR Report.” ACSA News February 2001: 4, 13.
  • “Architect.org Launched.” Oculus November 2000: 21.
  • “A Case Study: The Loft High School Plan.” Architecture Research Institute Brochure n.d.
  • “Vanua ni Tui: A Case Study.” Architecture Research Institute Brochure n.d.

Art Projects (General)

  • Davidson, Cynthia Chaplin. “Beverly Willis: One Woman’s Story.” Inland Architect January/February 1991: 48-51.
  • “Descending Dove.” United Church of Christ in Honolulu, Brochure, April 1985.
  • “Party Line.” [No Paper Name], 1959.
  • “Isle Woman is Industrial Designer.” [No Paper Name], 1957.
  • Photo. Y. Ishil. “Beverly Willis and Bud Willis.” [No Paper Name], 1956.
  • “Modern Hawaiian In Style.” The Saturday Honolulu Star-Bulletin 7 May 1956.
  • “This Sandpile to Become Hawaiian Village Mural.” [No Paper Name], 1955.
  • “Waikiki Art Work.” [No Paper Name], 11 June 1955.
  • “New UAL Ticket Office Will Open in Kaiulani.” Honolulu Advertiser 12 May 1955.
  • Chun, Ella. “Art Composition, In Four Flats.” The Hawaii Weekly 21 March 1954.
  • “First Nighters.” Honolulu Advertiser 1953.
  • “Local Artists Prepare For Annual Exhibitions.” Honolulu Advertiser 7 June 1953.
  • “Art of the Pacific in the Princess Kaiulani.” Brochure, n.d.
  • McKinney, Joan. “Hawaii Has Room For a Career to Grow.” [No Paper Name], n.d.
  • “San Francisco B.P.W. Honors Artist.” [No Paper Name], n.d.
  • Stewart, Virginia. “Charlot in Hawaii.” [No Paper Name], n.d.
  • “The Story of the Palama Settlement Music Department Mural.” Brochure, n.d.

R.Dot and Beverly Willis

Video

  • “Whose Memorial Is It?” New York Voices. Thirteen. WNET, New York. 22 December 2003.
  • “WTC Site, Jim Rosenfeld.” NBC. 23 July 2003.
  • “WTC Segment.” Next@CNN. CNN. 2 March 2003.
  • “News Closeup: Rebuilding Lower Manhattan.” WB 11 News at Ten. Narrator, Marvin Scott. WB 11, 21 July 2002.
  • “Ground Zero: Six Month Anniversary – After the Terror: Journey to Recovery.” NBC Special. WNBC, New York. 11 March 2002.
  • “Looking to the Future of Lower Manhattan.” NHK News 7. Japan Broadcasting. 11 March 2002.
  • Willis, Beverly. Interview with Stephanie Tremblay. “Interview with Beverly Willis.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. 11 March 2002.
  • Channel One. Several interviews. Not in Archive.

Print

  • Willis, Beverly. “Towards a Sustainable City: Rebuilding Lower Manhattan,” in Mike Jenks, ed. Future Forms and Design for Sustainable Cities. Oxford: Architectural Press/Elsevier, 2005.
  • Lubell, Sam. “Praise and Questions for Ground Zero Cultural Choices.” Architectural Record December 2004: 25.
  • “Beyond Sixteen Acres: Arts and Culture in Lower Manhattan.'” Rockefeller Brothers Fund. New York, New York. 2 February 2004.
  • Dunlap, David W. “World Trade Center Endures. Read the Signs.” New York Times 18 September 2003.
  • Rogers, Josh. “Silverstein/Childs Take W.T.C. Lead, But Pataki Objects to Tower Move.” Downtown Express 22-28 July 2003.
  • Stanke, David. “Talking Points: Whom to Trust Designing the W.T.C.? David Childs.” Downtown Express 22-28 July 2003.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Talking Points: Whom to Trust Designing the W.T.C.? Daniel Libeskind.” Downtown Express 22-28 July 2003.
  • Dunlap, David W. “A Through Street Restored, Looking Thinner.” New York Times 10 July 2003.
  • Szenasy, Susan S. “Forged in Democracy?” Metropolis May 2003: 24.
  • Czarnecki, John E. “Rebuilding Lower Manhattan.” Architectural Record March 2003.
  • Glassman, Carl. “Residents Give Libeskind Thumbs Up.” The Tribeca Trib March 2003.
  • Lerner, Kevin. “R.Dot Recommends New Retail Corridors in Lower Manhattan.” Architecture Record March 2003
  • “How to Revive the Retail Sector in Lower Manhattan?: The Second of a Series of Panel Discussions about ‘The Economic Future of Downtown.'” City Council Member Alan J. Gerson, The Center for an Urban Future, Pace University’s Center for Downtown New York. Pace University. 21 January 2003.
  • Associated Press. “Should Replacement WTC Buildings be World’s Tallest?” The Star Press 13 January 2003.
  • Mellins, Tom. “Symposium Looks to the Grand Travaux For Inspiration in Rebuilding Lower Manhattan.” Architectural Record November 2002.
  • Hetter, Katia. “A Vow on Downtown Redevelopment.” NewsDay.com 4 November 2002.
  • Rayman, Graham. “New Rules for WTC Site Plans.” NewsDay.com 12 October 2002.
  • Szenasy, Susan, “Experience Mapping,” Metropolis September/October 2002.
  • Fischbach, Amy F. “Looking Back and Looking Forward.” CEE News 1 September 2002. Retrieved from http://ceenews.com/magazinearticle.asp?magazinearticleid=155871&magazineid=26&mode=print.
  • Fischbach, Amy F. “Q&A With New York City Architect Beverly Willis.” CEE News 1 September 2002. Retrieved from http://ceenews.com/magazinearticle.asp?magazinearticleid=155841&magazineid=26&mode=print.
  • Szenasy, Susan S. “Base Infrastructure on the Everyday Actions of Human Beings.” Metropolis August/September 2002: 114-115.
  • Foster, Lauren. “Ground Zero Plan Pursues Twin Hopes of Commerce and Tribute.” Financial Times 19 August 2002.
  • Amateau, Albert. “A Plan to Change Downtown Parking as We Know It.” Downtown Express 13-19 August 2002.
  • “World Trade Center Planning Uncertain.” Architecture Week 7 August 2002. Retrieved from http://www.architectureweek.com/2002/0807/news_1-1.html.
  • Glasser, Jeff. “Sacred Ground.” USnews.com 29 July 2002. Retrieved from http://www.usnews.com/usnews/issue/020729/usnews/29wtc.htm.
  • Wyatt, Edward. “At Trade Center Site, A Wealth of Ideas; Competing Interests are Fighting to Have a Say in Reviving Downtown.” New York Times 28 July 2002. Retrieved from http://query.nytimes.com/search/restricted/article?res=F30D12FD3C5F0C7B8EDDAE0894DA404482.
  • Szenasy, Susan S. “Back to the Drawing Board.” New York Times 23 July 2002.
  • Wax, Alan J. “Faint Praise From Experts.” NewsDay.com 17 July 2008. Retrieved from http://www.newsday.com/mynews/ny-nycrit172789314jul17.story.
  • Wyatt, Edward. “More Designs Sought in N.Y. to Replace Trade Center.” San Francisco Chronicle 17 July 2002.
  • Wolf-Powers, Laura. “Competing Visions.” GothamGazette.com 10 June 2002. Retrieved from http://www.gothamgazette.com/iotw/rebuildingdowntown/doc2.shtml.
  • Rayman, Graham. “For Gound Zero, A Fate Undecided.” NewsDay.com 21 May 2002. Retrieved from http://www.newsday.com/news/local/newyork/ny-wtc-bzny0521.story.
  • “R.Dot: Rebuild Downtown Our Town.” ACSA News April 2002: 1, 3.
  • Hughes, Jim. “Students have Designs on NYC’s Ground Zero.” The Denver Post 25 March 2002.
  • Algar, Selim. “Local Women Help Decide Fate of WTC Site.” The Southampton Press 14 March 2002.
  • Pedersen, Martin C. “Missing Persons.” Metropolis February 2002: 20,30.
  • Post, Leonard. “Many have Their Say on World Trade Site.” The Tribeca Trib February 2002.
  • Szenasy, Susan S. “A Time for Civic Activism.” Metropolis February 2002: 22.
  • Saul, Michael. “Gov Backs Buried West St. Near WTC Site.”,Daily News 28 February 2002.
  • Saul, Michael. “Mike Asks Caution on Rebuilding.” Daily News 27 February 2002.
  • Wyatt, Edward. “Panel of Politicians to Advise in Rebuilding.” New York Times 1 February 2002.
  • Kennedy, Randy. “Transit Plan Would Connect Dots Downtown.” New York Times 23 January 2002.
  • Wyatt, Edward. “Ground Zero: The Proposals; Everyone Weighs in with Rebuilding Ideas.” New York Times 12 January 2002.
  • Lentz, Phillip. “Coalitions Seek Downtown Say.” Crain’s New York Business 10 December 2001: 3,33.
  • Archibald, Randal C. “Fight or Flight? Two Primal Urges at War.” New York Times 27 November 2001.

119 E 35 St. Construction (#0811)

  • Video: “Beverly Willis 119 E35 St. Construction.” 15 November 1993.

Aliamanu (#0660, #0662)

  • “Aliamanu Dominoes.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 19 March 1977.
  • “Update.” The Honolulu Advertiser 22 February 1977.
  • McGrath, David J. “A-E Computerized Path to Large-Scale Housing.” Engineering News-Record 1976: cover story. 3.
  • “Apartments, Townhouses Designed for Families in New Combined Military Community.” Multi-Housing News 1976: 44-45.
  • U.S. Army Support Command. “Aliamanu Family Housing.” Hawaii Press Release 20 August 1975.
  • “Aliamanu Army Navy Housing.” Military Sun Press 13-19 August 1975.
  • Horton, Lauren. “‘Coffins-in-the-Sky’ Decried.” Honolulu Advertiser 7 August 1975.
  • Maneki, Ray. “Aliamanu Architect’s Proud Return to Isle.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 7 August 1975.
  • “Groundbreaking Held at Aliamanu.” Hawaii Army Weekly 7 August 1975.
  • “Aliamanu, Hickam Contracts Awarded.” Military Sun-Press 6-12 August 1975.
  • “Military Begin Joint Aliamanu Housing Effort.” Honolulu Advertiser 6 August 1975.
  • “$6.7 Million Housing Project Set.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 5 August 1975.
  • “Military Housing for Hawaii.” Los Angeles Times 21 June 1975.
  • “Work to Start on 2,600 Military Homes in Hawaii.” Los Angeles Times 15 June 1975.
  • “Aliamanu Project Near Start.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 30 April 1975.
  • Morse, Harold. “Military Airs Plans for Tripler Area Homes.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 22 January 1975.
  • “Military Community.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin n.d.
  • Morse, Harold. “Builders Praise Quality of Quarters.” [No Paper Name], n.d.

Alice Arts Center (#0785)

  • Russell, John. “A Theatergoer’s World.” New York Times Magazine 20 October 1991. [Background Article]
  • Ambush, Bennny Sato. “Our New Theatre.” Oakland Ensemble Theatre Bulletin September 1985.

Art Project: Athena Chaise Chair (#075, #076)

  • Gross, John. “Fancies Flow in a Quiet Garden as Californians Experiment with Outdoor Chairs.” New York Times 24 July 1988.
  • Gundrum, Daniel. “Utilitarian Chairs Gone Wild and Witty are Abloom in Cooper-Hewitt’s Garden.” New York Times 19 May 1988.
  • “Contract Design Center Showplace Square San Francisco.” ConPac ’87 Brochure 2-3 September 1987.

Art Project: Hale Hualani Shop (#092)

  • Akimoto, Jean. “The Island Firm Specializes in…Industrial Design.” Hawaii Industry March 1958.

Art Project: Shell Bar (#093)

  • “Modern Day Mentors, Living Out Her Ambition.” Working Woman August 1987.
  • Schroeder, Mildred. “Success Comes in Size 12 Packages.” San Francisco Examiner 14 May 1962.
  • “Hawaiian Village Hotel.” [No Paper Name], March 1958.
  • “Congratulations to the Kaiser-Burns Hawaiian Village.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 16 September 1955.
  • “In the Spirit of Old Hawaii.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin 16 September 1955.
  • Nelson, Lyle. “$500,000 Fire Hits Hawaiian Village Hotel.” Honolulu Star-Bulletin n.d

Beatty Building (#0315)

  • “Old Building, New Look.” The Modesto Bee 30 July 1965.
  • “The Beatty Building.” The Modesto Bee n.d.

Campbell-Ewald (#0221, #0234, #0262)

  • MacDonald, Kenneth R. “Lighting Helps Restore Old Building.” Lighting 1967: 44-45.
  • “New Respectability for a Relic of the Barbary Coast.” Building Progress 1967: 12-13.
  • “Lath-Plaster Updates San Francisco Relic for Ad Agency.” Plastering Industries June 1966: 15-16.
  • MacDonald, Kenneth R. “Barbary Coast Dance Hall Is Now an Office Building.” The Office March 1966: 82-84, 89-90, 93.
  • “Victorian Image Retained through Planned Renovation.” Building Maintenance and Modernization 12 December 1965: 10-12, 42.
  • “San Francisco Designer Wins National Award.” Sunday Star-Bulletin & Advertiser 15 August 1965.
  • “Design Skill Rehabilitates Old San Francisco Building.” American Journal of Building Design 1 July 1965: 10-15.
  • Kroeger, Albert R. “Television San Francisco.” Television November 1964: 33.
  • “Campbell-Ewald Refurbishes Building on Barbary Coast.” Advertising Age 6 April 1964: 104.
  • “Relic’s Restoration.” San Francisco Chronicle 31 March 1964.
  • “Another Big Building Dedicated.” Daily Commercial News n.d.
  • “Renovation.” Beverly Willis and Associates Brochure n.d.

Capricorn (#0330)

  • White, Joan. “B & W Ball is Off Again.” San Francisco Examiner 8 July 1966.
  • White, Joan. “Capricorn, Kitchens … And Cheese.” San Francisco Examiner 5 May 1966.
  • “Bev Willis.” [No Paper Name], n.d.
  • “Compatible Companions of the Vine.” San Francisco Examiner n.d.

CARLA – COMPUTERIZED APPROACH TO RESIDENTIAL LAND ANALYSIS (#0657, #0819)

Video:

  • “Carla (Computerized Approach to Residential Land Analysis).” World Cottage, Southampton, NY. 29 April 2000.

Print:

  • Wright, Gwendolyn. USA – Modern Architectures in History. London: Reaction Books, 2008: 208.
  • Willis, Beverly. “The Environmental Decision-Making Process,” in Ravinder K. Jain and Bruce M. Hutchings, eds. Environmental Impact Analysis: Emerging Issues in Planning. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1978.
  • MacDonald, Kenneth. “Case History I: Computer Aids in Project Design, Helps Allay Community Opposition.” National Real Estate Investor 19 December 1977: 26.
  • McGrath, David J. “A-E Firm Computerized Path to Large-Scale Housing.” Engineering News-Record 4 November 1976: cover story.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Pre-planning: Socio-economic Problems Facing Industry.” Coal Mining and Processing June 1976.
  • Willis, Beverly. “How a California Firm ‘Grew Up’ with the Computer.” AIA Journal January 1976: 48, 64.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Site Selection and Planning: Today’s Planning Dilemma.” Condominium World Winter 1975.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Development of a Methodology for Environmental Data Evaluation.” Western Building Design 12 December 1975: 9-10.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Site Selection and Planning: Current Technologies Can Ease Complexities, Speed Effective Decision.” Condominium World Autumn 1974.
  • “Architect Goes Easy on Bulldozer.” Washington Post 27 September 1975.
  • Allen, Sidney P. “CARLA Races to Get Job Done.” San Francisco Chronicle 7 September 1975.
  • Willis, Beverly and Ronald S. Graybeal. “Computerized Financial Analysis.” in Harry A. Golemon, ed. Financing Real Estate Development. New Jersey: Aloray, 1974.
  • Ryder, Sharon Lee. “Getting at the Issues.” Progressive Architecture June 1974: 82-87.
  • Carlston, Lon M. “New Approach Offers Savings.” The Sunday Tribune 28 April 1974.
  • “Space Age Land Planning.” Las Vegas Sun 14 April 1974.
  • “New Land Planning Techniques Change Condominium Approach.” San Francisco California Daily Pacific Builder 11 April 1974.
  • Turpin, Dick. “Condo-mania Keeps Growing.” Los Angeles Times 7 April 1974.
  • “Computer Moves Into Land Studies.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle 9 September 1973.
  • “Saving Seen in Planning by Computer.” Los Angeles Times 2 September 1973.
  • “Economic Probes, Key to Developer’s Success, Enhanced by Computers.” Building Design & Construction June 1972: 44-46.

Diamond Heights (#0570, #0629)

  • “Sure the View’s Great…But This Site Posed Plenty of Problems.” House and Home October 1974: 64, 66.
  • “New 3-Story San Francisco View Town Homes.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle 2 June 1974.
  • Hart, Leslie. “Captures City Ok: Overwhelms Local Project Resistance.” Homebuilding Business 1974: 1, 6.

Gavello Building (#0233, #0245, #0321)

  • “All Set for Another 58 Years.” Building Progress 1968: 8.
  • MacDonald, Ken. “Brick-‘Aged’ by Asphalt.” Masonry Industry 1968: 14-16.
  • “Recapturing Past with Aged Look and New Materials.” California Architecture 1967: 22-23, 27-28.
  • “Steel on the Coast.” Building Construction 1967: 53-54.
  • “Satyrs and Nymphs Frolic Again on Barbary Coast.” San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle 12 February 1967.

Green Valley (#0670, #0741, #0745)

  • “Project Reference File: Green Valley.” The Urban Land Institute July-September 1981.

Greenwich Apartments (#0813)

  • Lewis, Barbara. “Compact and Wide Open to the Living Area.” Sunset June 1988: 106.
  • Lewis, Barbara. “Fool-the-Eye Book Nook.” Sunset May 1988: 188.

Harbor Bottle Shop (#0223)

  • “Retailer of the Month – Harbor Bottle Shop.” Patterson’s California Beverage Gazetteer 25 October 1965: 69.

Koret of California (#0399)

  • Woodbridge, Sally B. and John M. Woodbridge. Architecture: San Francisco: The Guide. San Francisco: 101 Productions, 1982.

Madera Marin: Novato (#0623)

  • “Madera Marin in Final Phase.” San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle 16 July 1978.

Manhattan Village Academy (#0807)

  • AIA Committee on Architecture for Education. Educational Facilities: Exemplary Learning Environments. New York: AIA, 2002. 128-29.
  • “Making History.” Oculus November 2000.
  • Rogers, Pat. “Renaissance Woman Looking Ahead.” The Southampton Press 13 January 2000.
  • Gould, Kira L. “New York City’s Cool Schools.” AIArchitect May 1999.
  • Moed, Andrea. “Class Conscious.” Interiors May 1999: 62-63.
  • Pierno, Marcus and Sam Tsyrlin. “The Genesis of MVA.” Manhattan Village Academy News April 1996.
  • Merkel, Jayne. “Back to School.” Oculus September 1995: 10-13.
  • Thrush, Glenn. “One Size Fits None.” Metropolis September 1994: 57.
  • “A Case Study: The Loft High School Plan.” ARI Brochure n.d.

Margaret Hayward Playground Building (#0716)

  • Parman, John. “Inner City Setting for Play.” Architecture California 1984: 20.
  • Woodbridge, Sally B. and John M. Woodbridge. Architecture: San Francisco: The Guide. San Francisco: 101 Productions, 1982.

Mike's Liquors (#0249)

  • “New Store Design Hikes Volume.” Liquor Store 1966: 32-35.
  • Guiney, Timothy J. “How to Succeed by Selling ‘On’ Brands.’ Beverage Industry News 15 October 1965: 8-9.

Nob Hill Condominiums / Vine Terrace Apartments (#0594, #0601, #0393)

  • Barber, Jean. “Spotlight on Beverly Willis, FAIA.” Women in Architecture October 1988.
  • Woodbridge, Sally B. and John M. Woodbridge. Architecture: San Francisco: The Guide. San Francisco: 101 Productions, 1982.
  • “Blueprints by the Bay.” Savvy November 1982.
  • Powell, Jim. “Beverly Willis Listens.” Savvy November 1982.
  • “Apartments in Town.” Building Progress 1977: 6.
  • “Low-Rise Multis Seen as Best Solution for New City Housing.” Apartment Construction News 1976: 19.
  • “Three Rental Winners.” House and Home 1976: 86-87.
  • “Vine Terrace: An Architect’s Answer to In-City Housing.” Western Building Design 1976: 14-15.
  • “Vine Terrace: An Architect’s Answer to In-City Housing.” Pacific Coast Builder 1976: 22, 24.
  • “Contemporary Design with Old World Charm.” Mallet Froe August/September 1976.
  • Teller, Oscar B. “Beverly Willis: Architect with Humanist Touch.” Philadelphia Inquirer 21 December 1975.

Pacific Point: 1971-1972 (#0577)

  • Alpha Land Company. “Pacific Point.” Brochure n.d.

Pacifica (#0628)

  • “Fassler Avenue Townhouses Approved, 6-1.” Pacifica Tribune 18 June 1975.
  • “Reduced Project Approved.” Pacifica Tribune 18 June 1975.
  • “Hillside Review Board Okays 46 New Fassler Townhouses.” Pacifica Tribune 28 May 1975.

Pasadena City Hall (#0673)

  • “Pasadena City Hall Story.” Pasadena Public Library Brochure January 1978. [Background Information]
  • “New City Hall, Pasadena, Distinctive Southern California Type of American Architecture.” Riverside Plastite Progress October 1927. [Background Information]

Piedmont Grocery (#0180, #0212, #0300)

  • “Unusual Ideas in Piedmont’s Skyline Market.” Nargus Bulletin March 1963: 20.

Richie Building (#0258)

  • “Main Street’s Most Intriguing Link.” St. Helena Star 20 January 1966.

River Run (#0810)

  • Oliver, Joan Duncan. “Bathed in Glory.” The New York Times Magazine 24 January 1993: 35.
  • Lewis, Barbara. “Rimless Pool Seems to Glide Right into Vineyard.” Sunset September 1989: 86.
  • “Homes 88.” Northwest Portfolio October l988: 18.
  • Nelson, Chris. “Powder Room Poise.” Home August l986: 70-74.
  • Mazzurco, Phillip. Bath Design: Concepts, Ideas, Projects. New York: Quarto Marketing Ltd., 1986.
  • Nelson, Christina. “Modern Retreats.” Home 1986: 58-61.
  • Stockman, Leslie Ensor. “Builder’s Choice 1985 Design and Planning.” Builder 1985: 161.
  • “River Run, Estate and Vineyard.” Bohnen Real Estate Brochure n.d.

Royal Hawaiian Liquors (#0129, #0149, #0162)

  • Gutmanis, Ivars. “Royal Hawaiian Liquors.” Hawaii Industry 5 April 1960: 44-45.

San Francisco Ballet Association Building (#0725, #0753)

  • “The Foundation Builders.” Pink March/April 2008: 113.
  • “Ballet Building Featured in New Book on Architecture.” San Francisco Ballet Backstage February 1998.
  • “Breathtaking Ballet Opener.” Gazette February 1998.
  • Green, Harris “Dancescape.” Dance Magazine February 1998: 12.
  • Davidson, Cynthia Chapin. “Ballet Building Takes the Stage.” Inland Architect March/April 1989: 59-63.
  • “The Ballet’s Four Previous.” San Francisco Ballet Association 19 January 1989.
  • Freeman, Allen. “City Beautiful Civic Center.” Architecture December 1988: 82-85.
  • Barber, Jean. “Spotlight on Beverly Willis, FAIA.” Women in Architecture October 1988.
  • “Living Her Ambition.” Working Woman November 1987.
  • Willis, Beverly. “Design of the San Francisco Ballet Association Building.” Theater Design & Technology Summer 1987: 10. [cover story]
  • Temin, Christine. “The Building of a Ballet.” The Boston Globe Magazine 17 May 1987.
  • Willis, Beverly. “New Settings for Dance.” Update Dance/USA 4 September 1986: 12-13.
  • Beebe, Morton, et al., eds. San Francisco. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985.
  • Armstrong, Leslie and Roger Morgan. Space for Dance. Washington, D.C.: Publishing Center for Cultural Resources, 1984.
  • Holmes, Ann. “Architect Willis in Tune with San Francisco’s Wishes, Needs.” Houston Chronicle 30 September 1984.
  • Asinof, Lynn. “Big Changes in Companies Affect the Arts.” The Wall Street Journal 24 April 1984.
  • Heymont, George. “Model Home: San Francisco Ballet’s Spacious New Headquarters.” Ballet News April 1984.
  • Mantell, Suzanne. “San Francisco Puts its Money Where its Dancers Are.” Vogue April 1984.
  • “Ballet Building an Elegant, No-Nonsense Workspace.” Daily Pacific Builder 30 March 1984.
  • Holmes, Ann. “A New Home for the Houston Ballet, But is it Adequate for Company?” Houston Chronicle 4 February 1984.
  • McBride, Stewart. “The Cinderella of Ballet Companies Gains a Princely Home.” The Christian Science Monitor 15 January 1984.
  • Cariaga, Daniel. “San Francisco Ballet Dances into $13.8 Million Home.” Chicago Sun Times 5 January 1984.
  • Temko, Allan. “Ballet’s Home Sits Out the Dance.” San Francisco Chronicle 3 January 1984.
  • Hertelendy, Paul. “In San Francisco, the Ballet Has Something to Dance About.” Boston Globe 2 January 1984.
  • “Dancers Move to New Ballet Center.” The Democrat 31 December 1983.
  • McBride, Stewart. “San Francisco Ballet, Cinderella of Dance, Sheds Rags for Riches.” The Christian Science Monitor 29 December 1983.
  • Cariaga, Daniel. “Ballet Room Has it All, from Weight Room to Computer Room.” Journal Gazette 25 December 1983.
  • Cariaga, Daniel. “San Francisco Ballet Moves into New Home.” Miami Herald 20 December 1983.
  • Cariaga, Daniel. “SF Ballet Ready to Occupy New Temple of Terpsichore.” Tacoma News Tribune 20 December 1983.
  • Dunning, Jennifer. “San Francisco Ballet Opens New Headquarters.” New York Times 17 December 1983.
  • Esta, A.J. “S.F. Ballet Gets Home of its Own: Patterson & Busch One-Man Shows.” The Hollywood Drama Logue 15 December 1983.
  • Dierks, Donald. “Culture Gleams in the Glow of the Golden Gate.” San Diego Union 11 December 1983.
  • Green, Lois Wagner. “The Willis Way.” California Living 11 December 1983: 38-40.
  • “The Ballet Celebrates…” San Francisco Progress 7 December 1983.
  • Gereben, Janos. “S.F. State’s ‘She Loves Me’; A.C.T.’s ‘A Christmas Carol’.” [No Paper Name], 7 December 1983.
  • “Ballet’s Home Hailed as First.” Los Angeles Daily Review/Burbank Daily Review 6 December 1983.
  • Cariaga, Daniel. “New Home for San Francisco Ballet.” Los Angeles Times 5 December 1983.
  • Steger, Pat. “The Ballet Building Bash.” San Francisco Chronicle 5 December 1983.
  • Bladen, Barbra. “S.F. Ballet Moves into its New Home.” San Mateo Times 4 December 1983.
  • Ulrich, Allan. “Ballet has Other Building to Do.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle 4 December 1983.
  • Commanday, Robert. “Ballet Building Designed With Dancers in Mind.” San Francisco Chronicle 3 December 1983.
  • Hertelendy, Paul. “New S.F. Studios Unique in Ballet.” Mercury News 3 December 1983.
  • “Ballet Up to the Barre, Boys.” San Francisco Progress 2 December 1983.
  • Iwata, Edward. “The S.F. Ballet’s $13.8 Million New Headquarters.” San Francisco Chronicle 2 December 1983.
  • Morris, Gay. “New Quarters.” The Peninsula Times Tribune 2 December 1983.
  • Ross, Janice. “S.F. Ballet Raises Curtain on New Home.” Oakland Tribune 2 December 1983.
  • “Soft Colors, Illusionary Paintings.” Daily Commercial News 2 December 1983.
  • Ulrich, Allan. “The Historic Ballet Party.” San Francisco Examiner 2 December 1983.
  • “San Francisco Opens New House.” Dance Magazine December 1983.
  • Bogdanos, Toula. “Concrete Statement for a Golden Anniversary.” San Francisco Magazine December 1983.
  • Moffat, Frances. “On The Town.” Nob Hill Gazette December 1983.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Uncertain Welcome for New Barre in Civic Center.” San Francisco Examiner 30 November 1983.
  • Ketcham, Diana. “S.F. Ballet Gets its Monument.” Oakland Tribune 27 November 1983.
  • Heymont, George. “Ballet Baron Richard E. LeBIond.” The Executive 8 November 1983.
  • “San Francisco Dancers Find a Home.” Architectural Record November 1983.
  • Palmer, Craig. “An Historic First.” San Francisco Ballet November 1983.
  • Bennetts, Leslie. “New York City in the Performing Arts: Still the Capital, But with a Difference.” New York Times 5 March 1983.
  • “Huge New Condominium Makes Use of Concrete.” Concrete 4 March 1983.
  • Kisselgoff, Anna. “San Francisco Ballet is Thriving at 50.” New York Times 23 January 1983.
  • Woodbridge, Sally B. and John M. Woodbridge. Architecture: San Francisco The Guide. San Francisco: 101 Productions, 1982.
  • Menser, Thomas. “Le Grand Jete.” Architecture California September/October 1982.
  • Starr, Kevin. “Builders of a Monument.” San Francisco Chronicle 19 September 1982.
  • Woodbridge, Sally. “Old and New Buildings House Dance Companies.” Progressive Architecture September 1982.
  • Hilker, Collen. “Home for the San Francisco Ballet.” Scene July/August 1982: 31.
  • “New Ballet Headquarters.” Oakland Post 23 June 1982.
  • Dunning, Jennifer. “San Francisco Ballet Building Arts Center.” New York Times 10 June 1982.
  • Ulrich, Allan. “The Challenge of the Ballet’s New Home.” San Francisco Examiner 31 May 1982.
  • “Lew Christensen.” Los Angeles Times 29 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Work Begins on New Home for S.F. Ballet.” Contra Costa Independent 28 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Work Starts on New Home for S.F. Ballet.” Enterprise [Riverside, CA] 28 May 1982.
  • Larson, Fred. “Ground Set for Ballet’s New Home.” San Francisco Chronicle 27 May 1982.
  • Ulrich, Allan. “Christensen Wields Premiere Shovel for S.F. Ballet’s New Home.” San Francisco Examiner 27 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Ballet Groundbreaking in S.F.” Times-Star [Alameda, CA] 27 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Construction Begins for Ballet.” Journal 27 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Groundbroken in SF for Ballet.” San Diego Evening Tribune 27 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Ballet Getting Home of Own.” Napa Register 25 May 1982.
  • UPI. “SF to Build Home of Its Own.” Berkeley Gazette 25 May 1982.
  • UPI. “Ballet Slates Groundbreaking.” Herald & News [Klamath, OR] 24 May 1982.
  • UPI. “San Francisco Ballet Association.” Republic [Fairfield, CA] 24 May 1982.
  • UPI. “News Briefs: Local.” San Francisco Daily Commercial News 19 May 1982.
  • UPI. “S.F Ballet Building New Home.” Auburn Journal [Auburn, CA] 19 May 1982.
  • “Dance News.” Northwest Arts 14 May 1982.
  • “Amusements” San Francisco Chronicle 10 May 1982.
  • “Bank of America Befriends Ballet.” San Francisco Metro Reporter 10 May 1982.
  • “Ballet Plans $10 Million Headquarters at Civic Center.” Tri-Valley Herald 2 May 1982.
  • Commanday, Robert. “Ballet Builds a Home of its Own.” Review 2 May 1982.
  • “New Home of San Francisco Ballet.” San Francisco Progress 30 April 1982.
  • Commanday, Robert. “S.F. Ballet’s Plans Set For Its New Home.” San Francisco Chronicle 29 April 1982.
  • Ross, Janice. “S.F. Ballet Stepping Up to a Home of its Own.” San Francisco Tribune 29 April 1982.
  • Smith, Karen. “San Francisco Ballet’s New Home to be ‘Best of Its Kind.'” The Peninsula Times Tribune 29 April 1982.
  • Ulrich, Allan. “S.F. Ballet’s Unveils Plans For Its New Home.” San Francisco Examiner 28 April 1982.

San Francisco Hotel (#0394)

  • “New Look For Hotel Whitcomb.” [No Paper Name], 1967.
  • Whitcomb Hotel. “Now, by Popular Demand, the Beautifully Restored Whitcomb Hotel is open for Transient Guests!” [No Paper Name], n.d.

San Mateo Medical Society Building (#0317, #0387)

  • “S.M. Medical Society Plans New Building.” The San Mateo Times 15 August 1967.
  • “Headquarters for Medicine Men.” The Advance-Star and Green Sheet [Burlingame, CA] 11 August 1967.
  • “Medics Plan Building for Society.” The Palo Alto Times 11 August 1967.

Save Mart Store (#0181, #0196, #0236)

  • “Save Mart Combines Discount Psychology with Elegance.” Progressive Grocer March 1963 pg. 68-69, 126, 128, 130.
  • “Save Mart Super – First of its Kind in Modesto.” Pacific Coast Review August 1962: 18-19, 38.

Señor Taco (#0380)

  • “Taco Company Plans Drive-In For Modesto.” [No Paper Name], n.d.

Sid's Stores (#0103, #0109, #0125, #0126, #0138, #0143, #0155, #0157, #0158, #0160, #0161)

  • “Sid’s Newest Has Something for Everyone.” Progressive Grocer March 1962: 52-57.
  • “Modern Stores Gallery.” Nargus Bulletin February 1962: 38.
  • “The Impact of Color and Design in the Supermarket.” Progressive Grocer December 1961: 59.
  • “Dozens of New Ideas in Sid’s Two New Stores.” Nargus Bulletin November 1961: 28-31.
  • “Sid’s No. 8 Draws Industry Attention.” California Grocers Advocate 16 May 1958: 20, 21.

The Jug Shop (#0176, #0190, #0216, #0294, #0388)

  • Goldrath, Bert. “A Store That Sells Up.” Liquor Store May 1964: 42-45 [about Daly City, California location]
  • “The Jug Shop.” Package Store Management May 1963: 20-21. [about Burlingame, California location]

Trans-America (#0373)

  • “For Good Timing.” [No Paper Name], May 1973.
  • “The Refinishing Touch.” Buildings October 1967: 70-71.
  • “1966 Citations for Modernization Excellence.” Buildings December 1966: 37.
  • “Designing a Profit-Maker.” Masonry Industry 2 November 1966: 12-14, 20.

Union Street Merchants Association (#0827)

  • Willis, Beverly. “Revamping 5 Blocks of Union Street.” Washington Post 22 June 1974.
  • Willis, Beverly. “From Rags to Riches on Union Street.” San Francisco Examiner 2 June 1974.
  • Willis, Beverly. “The Revitalization of Union Street.” Urban Land May 1974: 10-13.
  • Keating, Kevin. “The Horizontal Department Store.” California Living 26 July 1970.
  • Thomas, Lynn. “Restored Commercial Buildings: How the City Saves Face.” San Francisco 10 March 1968: 27.
  • San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Faubourg with a Flair.” Cow Hollow Brochure February 1967.
  • Drewes, Caroline. “The Magic of Union Street.” San Francisco Examiner 31 July 1966.
  • “Union Street Today…A Triumph of Imagination.” San Francisco Examiner 31 July 1966.
  • “Cow Hollow Puts On Airs.” The Milwaukee Journal 22 May 1966.
  • “Openings on Union and Geary.” San Francisco Chronicle 11 May 1966.
  • Examiner Society Editor. “Romantic Story Told in Parties.” San Francisco Examiner 11 May 1966.
  • “New Nova.” Advertisement for the Pantechnicon, English antiques and modern art gallery, 1849 Union Street, San Francisco.

Union Street Shops (#0228, #0269, #0318, #0353, #0378)

  • Barber, Jean. “Spotlight on Beverly Willis, FAIA.” Women in Architecture October 1988.
  • Beebe, Morton, et al., eds. San Francisco. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1985.
  • “Success by Her own Rights.” San Francisco Business August 1984.
  • “Blueprints By the Bay.” Savvy November 1982.
  • Thomas, Lynn. “Restored Commercial Buildings How The City Saves Face.” San Francisco Business October 1973.
  • “San Francisco’s Magic Time Machine.” San Francisco Business 8 October 1973: 8-14.
  • Marlin, William. “The Streets of Camelot.” The Architectural Forum 1973: 26-38.
  • “Union Street Advertisement.” San Francisco 26 July 1970.
  • Hayes, Elinor. “Blonde Produces Instant Houses.” Oakland Tribune 24 August 1969.
  • “Northern California AIA Design Awards Honor 17 Projects in 1967 Program.” Architecture/West July 1968: 11.
  • The Junior League of San Francisco, Inc. Here Today: San Francisco’s Architectural Heritage. Chronicle Books, 1968.
  • “Northern Californians Win Top Design Honors.” San Francisco Chronicle 24 December 1966.
  • “21 City Scenes.” House Beautiful August 1965: 72-73.
  • Examiner Capitol Bureau. “Design Awards To 77.” [No Paper Name], n.d.

United Vintners (#0198)

  • Rossi, Robert. “United Vintners Expands Its Madera Premises.” Wines and Vines September 1962: 24-27.

Volcano School House (#0268)

  • Dunne, Mike. “Abandoned Old Schools Shelter Only Ghosts Now.” The Sacramento Bee 22 June 1975.
  • Dunne, Mike. “A Schoolhouse Home.” The Sacramento Bee 30 September 1972.
  • Anderson, Judith. “Gold Rush Country Hideaways.” San Francisco Chronicle 25 June 1971.
  • “Everyone’s Bent on Fun and Games.” [No Paper Name], n.d.
  • “Grandest State of All.” San Francisco Chronicle n.d.
  • Ritchie & Ritchie Corp. “Historic Gold Rush Home.” [Advertisement] n.d.
  • Robbins, Millie. “Volcano Hits the News Again.” San Francisco Chronicle n.d.
  • “Magic Volcano Attracts the Energetic.” [No Paper Name], n.d.

Wilson Auditorium (#0361)

  • “Wilson Building Reflects Education Needs.” Scope [Tacoma, WA] 18 December 1970.

Yerba Buena Gardens (#0752, #0800)

Video:

  • “Yerba Buena Gardens.” MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour. PBS Video. 18 November 1993. [YBG history only, no Willis designs]
  • “Yerba Buena Gardens.” Multi Image Show. Wernher Krutein Productions. March 1984. [final schematic design presentation]

Print:

  • Forgey, Benjamin. “Mix & Match: San Francisco’s Messy Urban Renewal Market.” Washington Post 11 February 1995.
  • Woodbridge, Sally. “Yerba Buena Gardens Opens in S.F.” [No Paper Name], 29 January 1994: 7.
  • Bishop, Katherine. “San Francisco Feels Developer’s Fall.” New York Times 24 May 1992.
  • “S.F. Okays Redevelopment Plan.” Los Angeles Times 28 July 1985.
  • Adams, Gerald. “YBG Agreement Finally Okayed.” San Francisco Examiner 31 October 1984.
  • Smith, Reginald. “YBC Gets a Go-Ahead.” San Francisco Chronicle 31 October 1984.
  • MacKenzie, Janis. “Success By Her Own Rights.” San Francisco Business 19 August 1984: 25.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Yerba Buena Gardens, Our City-Within-a-City, Up for Public Scrutiny.” San Francisco Examiner 11 July 1984.
  • “Design News: Redevelopment Renascent in the City by the Bay.” Architectural Record July 1984: 49.
  • Temko, Allan. “Yerba Buena’s Post-Modern Potpourri May Work.” San Francisco Chronicle 1 May 1984.
  • “Yerba Buena Project Unveiled.” Real Estate West May 1984.
  • “Yerba Buena’s Bright Promise.” San Francisco Examiner 17 April 1984.
  • Abouzeid, Pamela. “No New Costs Foreseen for Yerba Buena.” The Tribune 16 April 1984.
  • “Green Light for Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Chronicle 14 April 1984.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Controversy Missing From New Yerba.” San Francisco Examiner 13 April 1984.
  • Killdoff, Marshall. “Big Plans For Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Chronicle 13 April 1984.
  • Killdoff, Marshall. “Yerba Buena Project Grew While it Waited.” San Francisco Chronicle 13 April 1984.
  • Maloney, Cahill. “Yerba Buena Plan Unveiled.” San Francisco Progress 13 April 1984.
  • Smith, Reginald. “$1 Billion Project South of Market.” San Francisco Chronicle 13 April 1984.
  • “The Big Money Involved in the Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Chronicle 13 April 1984.
  • Adams, Gerald. “City Unveils Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Examiner 12 April 1984.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Feinstein’s New Plan For Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Examiner 12 April 1984.
  • Smith, Reginald. “Huge Yerba Buena Project Details Ready Next Week.” San Francisco Chronicle 6 April 1984.
  • Adams, Gerald. “City Finally to Unveil Big Plan for Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Examiner 4 April 1984.
  • Adams, Gerald. “How Final Yerba Buena Blocks Will Get Filled In.” San Francisco Examiner 4 April 1984.
  • “$1 Billion Worth of Work.” Pipelines April 1984.
  • “Panel Extends Yerba Buena Negotiations.” San Francisco Examiner 1 January 1984.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Green Light Near on Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Examiner 14 December 1983.
  • “Yerba Buena Housing.” San Francisco Chronicle 6 April 1983.
  • “Another Delay for Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Examiner 1 January 1983.
  • Munz, Michelle. “New Hope for Yerba Buena.” San Francisco Business Journal 20 December 1982.
  • “Blueprints By the Bay.” Savvy 11 November 1982: 48-49.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Rough Sailing for Four Yerba Building Plans.” San Francisco Examiner 30 August 1982.
  • “Seminar Series Continues.” Icehouse News July 1982.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Yerba Buena Condo Towers to Exceed City Height Limits.” San Francisco Examiner 7 April 1982.
  • Adams, Gerald. “Yerba Buena Gardens Project Not in Jeopardy.” San Francisco Examiner 10 March 1982.
  • Woodbridge, Sally B. and John M. Woodbridge. Architecture: San Francisco The Guide. San Francisco: 101 Productions, 1982.
  • Jarvis, Jeff. “Moscone Center Opening to be the Starter of Others.” San Francisco Examiner 11 November 1981.
  • “Yerba Buena Center Faces a Second Study.” San Francisco Examiner 11 November 1981.
  • Britton, James II. “Will Grass Become Greener in the City’s Future?” San Diego Union 8 November 1981.
  • “How Could the Supervisors Have Approved Yerba Buena Center?” San Francisco Bay Guardian 4 November 1981.
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