Family papers and photographs; business papers and photographs; scrapbook. Notable are photographs of actress Mary Pickford.
ca. 1890-ca. 1992, bulk is 1920-1936.
Paul Francesco Lupo was a Los Angeles-based Italian-American interior decorator (1889-1936), who designed the homes of the
prominent, including actors, architects, city mayors, and hatmaker G. Henry Stetson. He also designed the Mediterranean Home
Exhibit of the Janss' real estate development, Westwood Hills. He was employed by Barker Brothers Furniture. He was active
in civic projects to further the arts as well as Italian culture by participating in the Artists' Council of the Civic Bureau
of Music and Art; he presided over the International Artists' Club; he designed the interiors for the 1932 International Olympics
Ball in Los Angeles and the 1928 Pacific Southwest Exposition. He facilitated crowning actress Mary Pickford as queen of
the 1931 California Artists' Frolic and Ball in Hollywood.
(Boxes: 1 letter, 1 ½ letter, 1 legal, 3 ov, 3 ov folders)
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