|Collection Name||RG0822 Hazen, Nathan Bruce, 1897-1985|
|Size and Materials||1 item|
|Title||Nathan Bruce Hazen drawing|
|Date or Date Span||Undated|
Nathan Bruce Hazen was born in Peoria, Illinois on March 13, 1897. He attended the Bradley Polytechnic Institute in Peoria from 1915-1917, when he then switched to the University of Pennsylvania from 1917-1918. After serving for the United States Navy in World War I from 1918-1919, Hazen eventually earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois, in 1922, at the age of 25. Hazen married Sidna in 1938, and would eventually have four children. Hazen was a Member of the Public Service Lincoln Zoning Board from 1945-1950, and started his own architectural engineering firm, Aitken, Graf, Hazen, Hoffman & Hull, in 1970.
Hazen died November 10, 1985. He designed or remodeled as many as 500 Lincoln homes, many while employed at Davis & Wilson, Architects [Davis & Wilson], including the first homes in the Piedmont subdivision. Hazen was a member of the American Institute of Architects, a past board member of First Federal Lincoln, and an elder and church school teacher at the Westminster Presbyterian Church for more than 50 years.
|Level of description||Fonds/Coll|
|Scope & Content||The collection consists of one item, an undated matted pencil drawing titled, "Proposed Bath House and Bleachers for Seward, Nebraska" by N. Bruce Hazen, Architect. The initials "M.R." appear in the lower right corner of the drawing. This probably stands for "Marvin Robinson" who was a partner to Hazen.|
|Creator||Hazen, Nathan Bruce, 1897-1985|
Hazen, Nathan Bruce, 1897-1985
Robinson, Marvin Lee
Architecture and recreation -- Nebraska -- Seward
Outdoor recreation -- Nebraska -- Seward
Recreation -- Nebraska -- Seward
Sports facilities -- Nebraska -- Seward
Swimming pools -- Nebraska -- Seward