Llewellyn R. Price Collection (253), Architect, 1896-1970
Llewellyn Price was born in 1896 in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, and was trained in architecture at the University of Pennsylvania (B.S. and M. Architecture, 1922). He served as an Instructor in Design for several years after graduation and practiced architecture in Philadelphia and later in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania.
This collection comprises student drawings executed between 1919 and 1922. Most of the drawings are watercolor renderings. A group of ten drawings can be clearly identified as work done in "Atelier Cret" during Price's final year of study. One drawing was produced as Price's entry in the Emerson Prize competition.