The Paul C. Reilly drawings of the Daniel J. Donahue house span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1958. The collection consists
of three original presentation sketches. Sketches depict exterior elevations of the tapestry room, arcade and porch as well
as a rear view of the tapestry room and arcade.
Paul C. Reilly was a New York based architect (1890-1984). He studied architecture at Columbia University. After school he
was the chief designer for the New York City architectural firm of Thomas W. Lamb, before going into partnership with architect
Douglas Pairman Hall. After the firm Reilly and Hall dissolved, Reilly continued to practice architecture but under his own
name. Over the course of his career he designed many churches in New York City.
3.0 Linear feet
(1 flat file folder)
Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.