Presents the life and work of Arts and Crafts era architect and designer Mary Jane Colter. Working for the Fred Harvey Company, she designed numerous structures in the American Southwest such as the Hopi House, the Hermit's Rest, and the Bright Angel Lodge and Cabins in the Grand Canyon. Includes extensive commentary from critics, voice-over narrations of Colter's words, and quotations from newspapers and magazines about Colter's work.
"Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter, 1869-1958, architect, interior designer"--Initial frames.
Narrator, Gates McFadden; words of Mary Jane Colter read by Flo Di Re; director of photography, Sean McLin; editors, Robin Rosenthal, Chris Johnson.
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