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“Building 4.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Black, Carla. “Military Women at Fort Douglas.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Broschinsky, Korral and Susan Holt. “Fort Douglas—Building 18.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Diehl, Adam. “Construction Techniques at Fort Douglas, 1862–1873.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.
Fowles, Keri-Kathryn. “The Barracks of Fort Douglas: Synthesis of Histories.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Hart, Polly. “Historic Archaeology at Fort Douglas.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Hauri, Sharen. “Integration and the 24th Infantry Regiment 1886–1900.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Hauri, Sharen and Carla Black. “Fort Douglas: Building 56.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Haws, Greg and Adam Diehl. “A History of Building 55 (7) and its Inhabitants.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Holt, Arrin A. “Pondering the Picturesque: Fort Douglas and Salt Lake City.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Holt, Susan. “The Remodeling of Buildings 18, 19, and 20 at Fort Douglas.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Ivanov, Yana. “Fort Douglas: Second Half of the Nineteenth Century Sanitation and the Army.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Julien, Liza C. “Fort Douglas: Architecture and Class in the Military.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

McKenna, Christine M. “Colonial Revival–An Architectural Style for the Military.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

McKenna, Christine, Arrin Holt, and Keri-Kathryn Fowles. “Fort Douglas: Building 106.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Newbold, Russell H. “The Fort Douglas Noncommissioned Officers’ Quarters: Symbols of Historical Change.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Newbold, Russell and Robyn Power. “Fort Douglas: Building 63.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Orlando, Michael. “Intensive Level History of Buildings 58, 60, 64, 65, & 66.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Pombo, Mark. “Building 16: Intensive Level Survey.”  Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Richter, Carrie. “The Golden Age of Fort Douglas.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Richter, Carrie and Mary Troutman. “The Golden Age of Fort Douglas and Building 23.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Slaugh, Ben and Yana Ivanov. “Fort Douglas: Building 32.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Steensma, Kathryn. “Interior Architecture: A Comparative Study at Fort Douglas.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Steensma, Kathryn and Elizabeth Warner. “Fort Douglas: Buildings 52 and 53.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Stock, Jody R. “Boozing to Bowling: Recreation at Fort Douglas.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Stock, Judy and Liza Julien. “Fort Douglas: Building 20.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1994.

Taylor-Power, Robyn. “A Historic Context of Fort Douglas, Utah: A Comparative Study of Camp Douglas and Fort Bridger in the 1860s.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Troutman, Mary. “A Suit for Women in the Men’s Army: The Fort Douglas Post Library During World War II.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Turner, Stephanie. “Soap Suds Row: Laundress Quarters at Fort Douglas, Utah.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1995.

Turner, Stephanie and Tanni Christman. “Best Built and Most Credible: A Study of Officer’s Quarters Number Twelve, Fort Douglas, Utah.”  Architecture 559, Graduate School of Architecture, University of Utah, 1992.

Wilde, Kris. “The Colonial Revival in Salt Lake City.”  Architecture 581, Graduate School of Arch., University of Utah, 1995.


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