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  • Collection Summary
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  • Administrative Information
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  • Chronology
  • Scope and Content of Collection
  • Project Index

  • Collection Summary

    Collection Title: Arthur Brown, Jr. papers
    Date (inclusive): 1859-1990,
    Date (bulk): bulk 1910-1950
    Collection Number: BANC MSS 81/142 c
    Creators : Brown, Arthur, 1874-1957

    Bakewell & Brown, Architects (San Francisco, Calif.)

    Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates (San Francisco, Calif.)
    Extent: Number of containers: 107 boxes, 4 oversize boxes, 575 oversize folders, 225 rolled drawings Linear feet: approximately 390
    Repository: The Bancroft Library
    University of California, Berkeley
    Berkeley, California, 94720-6000
    Phone: (510) 642-6481
    Fax: (510) 642-7589
    Email: bancref@library.berkeley.edu
    URL: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/
    Abstract: The Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers largely document the buildings designed by Arthur Brown, Jr. as a member of the firms Bakewell & Brown (1905-1927) and Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates (1927-1950), through manuscript materials and drawings. Records also reflect the professional career of Arthur Brown, Jr., and, to a lesser extent, the personal life of the architect.
    Languages Represented: Collection materials are in English and French
    Physical Location: Many of the Bancroft Library collections are stored offsite and advance notice may be required for use. For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

    Information for Researchers

    Access

    Collection is open for research, with the following exception: some RESTRICTED ORIGINALS (extremely fragile or extremely oversize) Coit Tower: Oversize Folders 197-198 Pasadena City Hall: Oversize Folder 498 and Rolls 4-5, 91d-98c; Saint Mark's Cathedral: Roll 98d; San Francisco City Hall: Oversize Folder 526-529 and Rolls 6-17, 99a-105c; United States: Department of Labor and Interstate Commerce Commission Building: Rolls 105d-108d; Various Projects Full Scale Detail Drawings: Rolls 70a-91c. USE ONLY MICROFILM COPY or REFERENCE COPY if available. Use of some originals only by permission of the appropriate curator. Inquiries concerning these materials should be directed, in writing, to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library.

    Publication Rights

    All requests to reproduce, publish, quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 94270-6000. Consent is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner. Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner. See: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/reference/permissions.html .
    Restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

    Preferred Citation

    [Identification of item], Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers, BANC MSS 81/142 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

    Alternate Forms Available

    Coit Tower: drawings available in reference copies (Oversize Folder 199 C). Pasadena City Hall: selected drawings have been photographed; negatives on file. San Francisco City Hall: selected drawings have been photographed; negatives on file, also available on microfilm (Film 81/142, Reels 1-4). Full-scale duplicate blueprints of some sheets (Boxes 99-100) and reduced-scale duplicate photostats (Oversize Folders 520-523 A) available. United States Department of Labor and Interstate Commerce Commission building: specifications available on microfilm (BANC FILM 2094:1-2).

    Related Collections

    Architectural drawings of UC Buildings, University Archives, UARC CU-402
    Architectural views from the Arthur Brown, Jr. papers, BANC PIC 1981.161
    Bakewell & Brown photograph collection, BANC PIC 2000.073
    The New City Hall, San Francisco, CA, 1915, BANC PIC 1905.12274 - ALB (http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf38700828) 
    Weihe, Frick & Kruse collection (1978-3), Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley, (http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf8j49p0h0) 

    Separated Material

    Some published materials have been transferred to Published Collections of The Bancroft Library. Some photographs have been transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library, BANC PIC 1981.161 and BANC PIC 2000.078. Sound recordings have been transferred to the Microforms Collection of The Bancroft Library. Two Sanborn Fire Insurance atlases for Oakland (1911, indexed to 1931) and Berkeley (1911, indexed to 1917 and 1928) have been transferred to the Bancroft Map Collection.

    Indexing Terms

    The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
    Brown, Arthur, 1874-1957--Archives
    Bakewell & Brown, Architects (San Francisco, Calif.)--Archives
    Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates (San Francisco, Calif.)--Archives
    Architects--California--San Francisco Bay Area
    Architectural drawing
    Architectural drawing--United States--20th century
    Architectural firms
    Architectural firms--California--San Francisco
    Architectural rendering
    Architecture--California--San Francisco Bay Area--20th century
    Architecture--Designs and plans
    Architecture--Designs and plans--Presentation drawings
    Architecture--Photographs
    Architecture--United States--20th century--Designs and plans
    Architecture--Washington (D.C.)
    Architecture, Domestic--20th century
    Architecture, Domestic--California--San Francisco Bay Area
    Bakewell, John, 1872-1963
    Buildings--California--San Francisco
    Campus planning--California--San Francisco
    Century of Progress International Exposition, (1933-1934 :, Chicago, Ill.)
    Ecole nationale superieure des beaux-arts (France)
    Golden Gate International Exposition, (1939-1940 :, San Francisco, Calif.)
    Laloux, Victor-Alexandre-Frederic, 1850-1937
    Municipal buildings
    Panama-Pacific International Exposition, (1915 :, San Francisco, Calif.)
    Public buildings
    Public buildings--California--San Francisco
    San Francisco (Calif.)--Buildings, structures, etc
    San Francisco City Hall
    St. Mark's Cathedral (Seattle, Wash.)
    University of California, Berkeley
    University of California, Berkeley--Buildings
    University of California, Berkeley--Planning
    Architectural drawings.
    Architectural records
    Bakewell, John, 1872-1963
    Bourgeois, Jean-Louis, 1876-1915
    Brown, Arthur, 1830-1917
    Brown, Jessamine Garrett, 1884-1970
    Brown, Victoria, 1921-2005
    Brown, Victoria Runyon, ca. 1840-1917
    Jensen, Rollin Andrew, 1931-2000
    Jensen, Sylvia Brown, 1923-1991

    Administrative Information

    Acquisition Information

    The Arthur Brown, Jr. papers were donated to The Bancroft Library by Rollin and Sylvia Brown Jensen in 1981. Additions by Rollin and Sylvia Jensen were made in 1985 and 1987. In 2000, the Bakewell & Brown Collection at the University of California, Santa Barbara was transferred to The Bancroft Library. Some items were also purchased at auction in 2000. An addition by Margaret Jensen was made in 2002.

    Accruals

    No additions are expected.

    System of Arrangement

    Arranged to the folder level.

    Processing Information

    Processed by Betsy Frederick-Rothwell and Dayna Holz in 2005-2007.

    Biographical Information

    Family and Education

    Arthur Brown, Jr. was born in 1874 in Oakland, California, the only child of upper middle class parents Arthur Brown, Sr. and Victoria Runyon Brown. Arthur Brown, Sr., was an engineer for Central Pacific Railroad during the completion of the transcontinental railroad in the 1860s. His position as the Superintendent of the Bridges and Buildings Dept put him in close contact with the powerful leaders of the Central Pacific. Along with his regular work for the railroad, including design of the Oakland Mole and the train car ferry Solano, Brown, Sr. was also the chosen construction manager for the Crocker, Hopkins and Stanford mansions in San Francisco. Brown, Jr. later benefited tremendously from these connections: the Big Four and their families provided him with many commissions throughout his career. Mark Hopkins' son, Timothy Hopkins, was in large part responsible for giving many Stanford University commissions to Brown.
    After graduating from Oakland High School in 1892, Brown went on to the University of California (UC), Berkeley to study civil engineering. During his time at UC, Brown met local architect Bernard Maybeck, who was at that time teaching drawing courses in the engineering department. Because there was no formal architectural training at Berkeley, Maybeck, who had been trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, took it upon himself to offer architectural training in the evenings at his home. Other participants in the Maybeck studio were, among others, Julia Morgan and Brown's future business partner, John Bakewell, Jr. Presenting design exercises similar to those at the École des Beaux-Arts (the École), Maybeck was preparing his students to eventually go on to study at the French institution.
    Brown arrived in Paris in 1896 with the intent of studying at the École. After passing the entrance exams and completing several general courses, Brown joined the atelier of Victor Laloux, a favorite among Americans attending the school and the former atelier of Bay Area architect John Galen Howard. École training at this time emphasized Imperial Roman, Italian Renaissance, and French and Italian Baroque models, with a particular focus on sculptural decoration. Arthur Brown, Jr. excelled at the École, winning numerous prominent competitions sponsored by the school. Moreover, like many other architects of the time, Brown made his lifelong friends at the École. These connections would prove to be key in obtaining many later commissions. Brown graduated from the École in 1901, achieving the status of Architecte Diplômé par le Gouvernement Français. Brown stayed on in France to continue his training in the Atelier Laloux and to travel through Europe until 1903.
    In 1916, Brown married Jessamine Garrett of Seattle, a family friend of Brown's École colleague, E. Frère Champney. The Browns had two daughters, Victoria and Sylvia, and in 1925 the Brown family moved to Hillsborough, CA to the home Brown designed for his wife, naming the estate "Le Verger," or "the grove."

    Early Architectural Practice (Bakewell & Brown, 1905-1927)

    When Brown returned to the United States in 1904, the Beaux-Arts style was very much in vogue. The "White City" of the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Chicago, with its Greek, Roman, and Baroque inspired buildings and bountiful sculpture, had popularized the style.
    After a brief time with the firm Hornblower & Marshall in Washington, DC, Brown moved back to San Francisco to establish himself in the architectural world of the west. He first found employment in the office of Henry Schulze, working on the Folger Coffee roasting building in San Francisco. A year later Brown was approached by fellow École graduate, John Bakewell, Jr. with an offer to open a firm, and the two young architects joined in practice, opening Bakewell & Brown in 1905. Arthur Brown, Jr. acted as the design partner in the firm, while John Bakewell, Jr. handled the administrative and financial tasks of the firm.
    The firm thrived in its early years, largely as a result of the opportunities afforded architects in the rebuilding efforts after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Commissions for houses in Oakland for clients fleeing the ruins of San Francisco were followed by a commission to rebuild the interiors of the City of Paris department store in San Francisco. In 1907, Bakewell & Brown won the competition to design Berkeley City Hall (now the Berkeley Unified School District administration building), for which they designed a building modeled closely on traditional French city halls.
    Bakewell & Brown's second success in competition came in 1912. Winning the commission to rebuild the San Francisco city hall, which had been destroyed in the earthquake, was a major accomplishment for such a young firm, and it required a significant increase in Bakewell & Brown's office staff. They invited Jean-Louis Bourgeois, a Frenchman and fellow École colleague, to execute the sculpture program for the building. Bourgeois, a close friend of Brown's, was called back to France to fight during World War I, and, sadly, died in battle in 1915. Other architects and draftsmen that joined the firm early on remained lifelong collaborators and friends of Brown and Bakewell, including John Baur, Edward Frick, Lawrence Kruse, and Ernest Weihe. Upon its completion in 1915, San Francisco city hall was widely accepted as a successful design.
    Many significant commissions followed Bakewell & Brown's winning of the San Francisco City Hall competition. In 1913, the firm was hired as the design architect and master planner for Stanford University campus, positions they held until 1942. By 1915 Bakewell & Brown were responsible for the Palace of Horticulture at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco as well as the San Diego station for Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway. In the following years, they designed the Green Library for Stanford University (1919), the Pacific Gas & Electric office building in San Francisco (1922-1926), the Pasadena City Hall (1923-1928), Temple Emanu-El in San Francisco (1923-1928), and the California School of Fine Arts (1924-1928, now the San Francisco Art Institute).
    With this success in practice came the demand for Brown to teach architectural design. From 1911-1913 Brown along with Jean-Louis Bourgeois led an atelier with the San Francisco Architectural Club (SFAC), a group formed in 1901 to provide instruction in architectural design for dedicated draftsmen working in leading San Francisco architectural firms. In 1918, Brown was invited to lecture in architecture at Harvard University, but soon returned to San Francisco, where he resumed his teaching efforts as acting professor of architecture at UC Berkeley, filling in for his friend and colleague, John Galen Howard, who was on sabbatical for a semester in 1919. Although Arthur Brown, Jr. was persistently pursued by University architectural programs, he chose full-time practice over teaching soon after his time at UC Berkeley.

    Later Architectural Practice (Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates, 1927-1950)

    The firm of Bakewell & Brown dissolved in 1927, although the two former partners continued to collaborate on many later projects, most notably several buildings on the Stanford University campus. After the dissolution, Brown established his own firm, Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates, while Bakewell formed Bakewell & Weihe with longtime employee Ernest Weihe.
    Though Brown had an active office filled with draftsmen through the early 1930s, with large commissions such as Coit Tower, the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House and Veteran's Building, and the United States Department of Labor and Interstate Commerce Commission Building in Washington, DC, the firm suffered through several years of minimal work in the mid-1930s. Though the office continued to produce work, Brown himself spent much of 1934 and 1935 in Europe with his family, returning to a skeleton crew of draftsmen.
    Brown also spent a good deal of this phase of his career serving on boards and committees, both local and national, including: the Board of Architectural Consultants for the US Department of the Treasury 1927-1933, the Board of Consulting Architects for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the Architectural Commission for the Chicago World's Fair of 1933, Chairman of the Architectural Commission for the Golden Gate International Exposition 1937-1940, and the Board of Consulting Architects to the Architect of the US Capitol 1956-1957.
    Friends, colleagues, and influential organizations continually recognized Brown's architectural accomplishments throughout his lifetime. In addition to several awards from the American Institute of Architects, Brown was appointed a Fellow of the AIA in 1930. In 1931, the University of California conferred on Brown an honorary Doctorate of Laws. Brown was elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters in 1940 and additionally elected a member of the elite Academy of Arts and Letters in 1954. Brown also became an Associate of the National Academy of Design in 1951 in the Architecture Class, and was elected a Member in 1953.
    Despite Brown's large commissions in the early 1930s, in the eyes of the architectural profession and much of the general public the Beaux-Arts mode was going out of style, considered stuffy and irrelevant to the needs of people in the Depression. The new architectural trend was Modernism, which was in such contrast to the ideals and traditions of the Beaux-Arts that Brown spent much of the rest of his life crusading against its acceptance. Brown had a particular dislike for architect Frank Lloyd Wright, seen as the main proponent of American Modernism.
    Somewhat defeated by the popularity of Modernism, and his own consequent unpopularity, Brown retreated into institutional work in the late 1930s. The last ten years of his career (1938-1948) were spent as supervising architect for UC Berkeley, a position in which he designed many campus buildings but from which he was ultimately asked to resign to make way for an architect with a more Modern aesthetic. Brown retired from practice in 1950, continuing to consult on various projects including the extension of the US Capitol building and serve on boards until his death in 1957.

    Chronology

    1909 Berkeley City Hall, Berkeley, CA
      City of Paris department store interiors, San Francisco, CA
    1915 San Francisco City Hall, San Francisco, CA
      Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Station, San Diego, CA
      Panama Pacific International Exposition: Palace of Horticulture, Ghirardelli Chocolate Pavilion, and Welch's Grape Juice Pavilion, San Francisco, CA
    1916 Burlingame Country Club, Burlingame, CA
    1919 Stanford University: Green Library, Palo Alto, CA
    1926 Pacific Gas & Electric building, San Francisco, CA
    1928 Pasadena City Hall, Pasadena, CA
      Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco, CA
      California School of Fine Arts(San Francisco Art Institute), San Francisco, CA
    1932 Coit Tower, San Francisco, CA
      San Francisco War Memorial Opera House and Veteran's Building, San Francisco, CA
    1934 United States Department of Labor & Interstate Commerce Commission building, Washington, DC (currently the Environmental Protection Agency)
      Saint Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
    1937 Stanford University: Memorial Hall, Palo Alto, CA
    1939 Golden Gate International Exposition: Tower of the Sun, San Francisco, CA
    1941 Holly Park Housing, San Francisco, CA
      Stanford University: Hoover Institution, Palo Alto, CA
    1942 University of California, Berkeley: Administration Building (Sproul Hall), Berkeley, CA
    1949 University of California, Berkeley: Library Annex (Bancroft Library), Berkeley, CA

    Scope and Content of Collection

    The Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers largely document the buildings designed by Arthur Brown, Jr. as a member of the firms Bakewell & Brown (1905-1927) and Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates (1927-1950), through manuscript materials and drawings. Records also reflect the professional career of Arthur Brown, Jr., and, to a lesser extent, the personal life of the architect.
    The Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers are organized into ten series according to the Standard Series for Architecture and Landscape Design Records (Kelcy Shepherd and Waverly Lowell, 2000): Personal Papers; Professional Papers; Office Records; Project Records; Pasadena City Hall; Saint Mark's Cathedral; San Francisco City Hall; San Francisco War Memorial; United States Government; and the University of California, Berkeley.
    The Personal Papers and Professional Papers series are comprehensive, spanning the full life of the architect and documenting many aspects of his personal life and professional activities outside the design of buildings, including his correspondence with other architects and design professionals and his membership and service in numerous organizations. Correspondence with professional associates who were also friends are filed in the Professional Papers series, and correspondence with clients who were also friends, namely Mrs. Truxtun (Marie) Beale, William and Agnes Bourne, and Mrs. (Celia) Tobin Clark, are filed by client name in the Project Records series with the associated architectural project.
    The Personal Papers also document the lives of Arthur Brown, Jr.'s family members and his close associate, Jean-Louis Bourgeois. There is very minimal documentation of the life of John Bakewell, Jr., although some materials do exist within the collection primarily as part of the transfer of the Bakewell & Brown collection from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). This Bakewell & Brown collection, which had been originally donated to UCSB by the descendants of John Bakewell, Jr., is seemingly John Bakewell, Jr.'s share of the records of Bakewell & Brown.
    Documents relating to Brown's work on major design committees such as the Board of Architectural Consultants Board of Consulting Architects for the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the Architectural Commission for the Chicago World's Fair of 1933, the Architectural Commission for the Golden Gate International Exposition 1937-1940, and the Board of Consulting Architects to the Architect of the US Capitol 1956-1957 are typically placed in the Professional Papers series according to the Standard Series for Architectural and Landscape Design Records . However, in this case, because there is often a large design element to these particular committees, these records have been located in the Project Records or Major Project Records series.
    The Office Records are less complete. Some of the obvious holes in the chronology of these records were filled in part with the transfer of the Bakewell & Brown collection from UCSB. The majority of the Office Records are the financial files of the firms Bakewell & Brown and Arthur Brown, Jr. and Associates, but some significant elements of this series are correspondence between Arthur Brown, Jr. and his primary employees and other personnel records.
    The Project Records series contains a nearly complete collection of architectural drawings, including some preliminary sketches and presentation drawings, for most projects designed by Arthur Brown, Jr., although some significant deficiencies in drawings are listed below. This series also includes a large number of full scale detail (FSD) drawings for many of the larger architectural projects. Textual records for the most part were not retained for many projects. Almost no textual records exist for small residential projects, and for larger residential and some non-residential projects often only building specifications exist. For some larger non-residential projects, including those in the Major Projects series (Pasadena City Hall, Saint Mark's Cathedral, United States Federal Office Building, and the University of California, Berkeley) textual records are fairly complete, although textual records for the San Francisco City Hall, the San Francisco War Memorial, and the Department of Labor/Interstate Commerce Commission building are minimal relative to the size of the projects. Some photographs, clippings, and ephemera related to the architectural projects are also contained in the Project Records Series. A listing of all materials (e.g. drawings, text documents, photographs) available for a given project can be found in the Project Index .
    The majority of drawings for the University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, Temple Emanu-El, and the Olympic Club were transferred to the original clients by Jessamine Brown soon after the death of Arthur Brown, Jr. in 1957. Consequently, many the University of California, Berkeley, drawings are currently housed in the University Archives collection. The Stanford University drawings transferred in 1957 are currently missing, but any drawings remaining in the Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers were transferred in to the Special Collections and University Archives at Stanford University Library and are housed there as collection SC 707. Temple Emanu-El drawings are currently held in the Temple Emanu-El archives. Olympic Club drawings are currently held in the Olympic Club Archives. In many cases, a small number of drawings for each of these projects exist within the Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers, but they are often not the complete set of final drawings as is the case with many other architectural projects in this collection. Original sets of final drawings for federal projects were retained by the US Government; drawings of the San Francisco Federal Building and the Labor/ICC Building in the collection consist mainly of blueprint duplicates.
    After the death of Jessamine Brown in 1970, the Arthur Brown, Jr. Papers were inherited by Arthur Brown Jr.'s daughter Sylvia Brown Jensen and her husband, Rollin Jensen. Both Jensens took a great interest in the collection of Arthur Brown, Jr. materials, even mounting an exhibition of architectural work of Arthur Brown, Jr. at the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco in 1966. They continued to promote the work of Arthur Brown, Jr. for much of their lives, and Rollin Jensen, as a self-proclaimed amateur historian, spent a significant amount of time reorganizing and doing research on these records in addition to collecting clippings and ephemera relating to Arthur Brown Jr.'s buildings well into the 1980s. Thus, some of the papers relating to Rollin Jensen's research have been retained in the Personal Papers series.

    Project Index

    The following is a list of architectural projects from the Arthur Brown, Jr. collection. For instructions on interpreting the Project Index, see The Guide to the Project Index at http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/cedarchives/pindex/guide.htm .
    The Project Index list is arranged alphabetically by Project/Client Name and contains information, where available, about the location, date, project type, collaborators, and formats for each project in the collection.
    Project/Client Name Location Date(s) Project Type Collaborator/ Role Manuscripts

    (Box/folder)
    Drawings

    (Box/folder)
    Full Scale Details Photographs

    (Box/folder)
    Adams (Chestnut Street Theater) [San Francisco], [CA] 1919 commercial     F85a    
    Adams, Lemuel P, additions Oakland, CA c. 1910 residential     F86a    
    Apartment House: Jessie Street San Francisco, CA n.d. residential-multi     F87b    
    Aquatic Park (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1923 recreational   47|3 F88a-89a, F90c R70a F88a, 47|3
    Ariquipa Sanatorium Bothin, CA 1910 medical     F91c    
    Ariquipa Sanatorium, additions Bothin, CA 1913, 1920 medical     F91c    
    Armsby, George N. Pavilion Hillsborough, CA 1927 residential     F92c    
    Arnstein, Walter San Ramon Valley, CA 1911-1912 residential     F93c    
    Art Center [see War Memorial]                
    Art School [see California School of Fine Arts]                
    Ashe, Porter R. San Rafael, CA 1911-1915 residential   47|4 F94c    
    Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe: Redlands Station Redlands, CA 1909 transportation   47|5 F95c R70b  
    Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe: San Diego Station San Diego, CA 1914 transportation     R20, F96-98c   F98c, 47|6, 90|3
    Auzerais, Mrs. L.G. San Francisco, CA n.d. residential     F99c    
    Avenali, Ettore (proposed) Woodside, CA 1916 residential     F100c    
    Avenali, Mrs. Linda C. San Francisco, CA 1913 residential Daniels, Mark (landscape architect)   F101c    
    Babcock, Allen H. Oakland, CA c. 1910 residential     F102b    
    Baker, Rives M. Oakland, CA c. 1905 residential Bakewell, John, Jr. (architect)   F103b    
    Bakewell Bros. machine gun   1917-1918   Bakewell, T.V. & Bakewell, John (designers)   F104c    
    Bakewell, John, Jr. San Francisco, CA 1924-1928 residential   47|7 F105c R70c  
    Bakewell, John, Jr. Garage Oakland, CA c. 1915 commercial     F106c    
    Baldwin & Howell, gate   1910 residential     F107a    
    Baldwin, Elizabeth G. San Francisco, CA 1906, 1911 commercial     F108b    
    Bank of Palo Alto [see Palo Alto Bank]                
    Battery Street Realty Co. San Francisco, CA n.d. commercial     F109b    
    Beale, Truxtun San Rafael, CA 1910, 1920-1956 residential   47|8 F110c   47|7
    Beals, Rosa San Francisco, CA 1910 residential     F111b    
    Beaver, Anna San Francisco, CA 1909 residential     F112c    
    Becker, P.A. Piedmont, CA c. 1905 residential Bakewell, John, Jr. (architect)   F113b    
    Belle Vue Park [see Knowles, H.J.]                
    Bentley, H.C., alterations San Francisco, CA 1912 residential     F114a    
    Berkeley City Hall Berkeley, CA 1907-1909 governmental   47|9 R1, R21, F115c, 47|9   10|10, 47|9
    Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, additions Berkeley, CA c. 1910, 1919-1930 recreational Coxhead, Ernest (architect) 47|10 F116c, 47|10 R70d  
    Bethune, J.E. Apartment Building San Mateo, CA 1936 residential-multi   47|11 F117c, 47|11    
    Beylard, E.D., alterations San Mateo, CA 1916-1917 residential     F118c    
    Black, Mrs. Spens, alterations Oakland, CA 1916 residential     F119c    
    Blyth, Charles R, addition Hillsborough, CA 1932 residential   47|12 F120c    
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions San Mateo, CA 1915-1929, 1937 residential Willis Polk (architect) 47|13      
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions: Farm & Garden Layouts San Mateo, CA 1916 residential     F123c    
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions: Garage San Mateo, CA 1917 residential     F124c    
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions: Garden Pavilion San Mateo, CA 1918-1920 residential     F125c R71a  
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions: Gateway (proposed) San Mateo, CA c. 1915 residential     F122b    
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions: Greenhouse San Mateo, CA 1921 residential     F127c R71a, R71b  
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions: Library Ladder San Mateo, CA c. 1915 residential     F121a, F128c    
    Bourn, W.B. (Filoli), additions:Gardner's Cottage San Mateo, CA 1917-1918 residential     F126c R71a  
    Bourn, W.B. Associated Oil Building (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1926-1927 commercial     F129c, 47|14    
    Breeden, Mrs. H.C. [see also Miller, Robert] Burlingame, CA 1919-1920 residential     F131-132c R71c-d  
    Breeden, Mrs. H.C., addition: Trellis Room Burlingame, CA 1913 residential     F130c    
    Brintnall, H.W. Co. (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1924 commercial     F133c    
    Brown, Arthur, Jr. (Le Verger) Hillsborough, CA 1924-1926 residential   47|15 F137-140c   F140c, 47|15
    Brown, Arthur, Jr. (Le Verger), addition Hillsborough, CA 1938-1940 residential     F141c    
    Brown, Arthur, Jr. Sarcophagus   [1957] funereal     47|16    
    Brown, Arthur, Jr., office, alterations San Francisco, CA 1922-1949 commercial     F142b    
    Brown, Arthur, Sr. Oakland, CA 1909-1915 residential     F134-135c   47|17
    Brown, Arthur, Sr. & Brown, Arthur, Jr. Hotel, alterations Oakland, CA 1891, 1914, 1926-1936 commercial Mathews, Walter (architect) 47|18 F136c    
    Brown, The Misses San Francisco, CA 1908 residential-multi     F143b    
    Burlingame Country Club Burlingame, CA 1910-1914 recreational     F144-147a, F148-151c, 47|19   47|19
    Burlingame Country Club, additions & alterations Burlingame, CA 1916-1947 recreational Howard, George H. (architect), Hobart, Lewis (architect) 47|20 F152-156c    
    Burns Memorial San Francisco, CA c. 1910 funereal         47|21
    California School of Fine Arts San Francisco, CA 1924-1925 educational   48|1 R49, F157-161c R72a-c F163a, 10|11, 48|1
    California School of Fine Arts, additions & alterations San Francisco, CA 1926-1933 educational   48|1 F162c    
    California State Building Competition [see San Francisco State Building Competition]                
    Campbell, Donald Y. & Mrs. Robert Watt San Francisco, CA 1910-1911 residential Morgan & Hoover (architect)   F163c    
    Campbell, Marion L. [see also Waldron, W.B.] San Francisco, CA 1910 residential   48|2 F164a    
    Carnegie Institute Laboratory Palo Alto, CA 1928 educational Bakewell & Brown Associated (architect)   F166c    
    Casserly, Mrs. J.B., alterations San Mateo, CA 1924 residential     F167b    
    Century of Progress International Exposition Chicago, IL 1929-1933 exposition Brown & Bennett (architect) 48|3 R22, F168-170a, F171c, 48|4-5   48|5
    Cercle de L'Union, alterations San Francisco, CA 1908 recreational   48|6 F172b    
    Chamberlain & Proctor (Coyle Building) San Francisco, CA 1924, 1929 commercial Bakewell & Weihe (architect)   F173-174c R73b-c  
    Chamberlain, Selah Woodside, CA 1912-1913 residential     F177-178c    
    Chamberlain, Selah Building San Francisco, CA 1924 commercial     F175c R72d, R73a  
    Chamberlain, Selah, additions & alterations Woodside, CA 1917-1919, 1925, 1929 residential     F179-181c    
    Cheseborough, Edith Pebble Beach, CA 1919-1920 residential   48|7 F182b    
    Chicago Exposition [see Century of Progress]                
    Chicago Tribune Tower Competition Chicago, IL 1922 commercial   48|8 framed storage    
    Children's Hospital, addition San Francisco, CA 1927-1928 medical   48|10-15, 49|1-4 F183-184c R73d  
    Children's Hospital, alterations and Pathological Building San Francisco, CA 1919-1922 medical     F185c    
    Children's Hosptial: Rolph Memorial Plaque San Francisco, CA 1938 medical   49|5 49|5    
    Church of Christ Scientist, Eleventh San Francisco, CA 1942-1947 religious Bakewell & Weihe (architect) 49|6-7      
    City of Paris San Francisco, CA 1908-1909 commercial Miller, J.R. (architect)   F186-187c, 49|8, framed storage   49|8
    City of Paris, alterations San Francisco, CA 1917-1925 commercial     188-189c R74a  
    Claremont Country Club, addition (proposed) Claremont, CA 1912 commercial Morgan, Julia (architect)   F190c    
    Clark, Mrs. Charles W. (Celia) Pebble Beach, CA 1919-1927 residential   49|9-10 F191-192c, 49|9 R74b-c F193a, 49|9, 49|11
    Clark, Mrs. Charles W., addition San Mateo, CA 1926-1927 residential     F194-195a, F196b    
    Coit Tower (Telegraph Hill Monument) San Francisco, CA 1931-1933 cultural   49|12-17, 50|1-3 F200a, F197-199c   F200a, 49|16
    Coit Tower (Telegraph Hill Monument), alterations San Francisco, CA 1946-1948 cultural   50|4      
    Country School San Mateo, CA 1929-1930, 1937 educational   50|5-9   R74d  
    Coyle Building [see Chamberlain & Proctor]                
    Crick, J. Building (proposed) San Francisco, CA n.d. commercial     F201c    
    Crocker, Charles Pebble Beach, CA 1927-1930 residential   50|10, 51|1-4 R23, F202-203c R75a-d 51|4
    Crocker, W.W. Hillsborough, CA 1929-1931 residential DeGastyne (architect), McMillen (architect) 51|5-10 F204c R76a-d, R77a-b 51|11
    Cypress Lawn Cemetery Office & Flower Shop Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1934-1935 funereal Cahill, B.J.S. (architect) 52|1-2 F205c    
    Del Monte Hotel Beauty Salon (for City of Paris) [Monterey], [CA] 1926 commercial     F206c    
    Denman, Mrs. W. San Francisco, CA 1909 residential     F207c    
    DeYoung Museum, addition San Francisco, CA 1952-1955 cultural   52|4 52|4   52|4
    DeYoung Museum, alterations San Francisco, CA 1938-1950 cultural   52|3 F208c, 52|3   52|3
    Dibblee, alterations Ross Valley, CA 1919 residential     F209b    
    Dillman, Charles   1919 residential     F210b    
    Douglas, G.A. Lodging House Oakland, CA c. 1906 residential-multi     F211c    
    Douglas-Everett School San Francisco, CA 1924-1928 educational   52|5 R24-25, F212c R77c-d  
    Drumm, John Monument Colma, CA, Holy Cross Cem. 1911 funereal O'Brian, Gregg (architect)   F213a    
    Duncan   n.d. residential     F214b    
    Dyer, Mrs. E.J. Oakland, CA c. 1905 residential Bakewell, John, Jr. (architect)   F215b    
    Eastland Memorial Oakland, CA, Mountain View Cem. 1934, 1937 funereal   52|6 F216c, 52|6    
    Eastland, Mrs. Thomas B. (formerly W.P. Hoag Residence), alterations Burlingame, CA 1929 residential Schmolle, W.L. (architect); Hobart, Lewis (architect) 52|6 F217c    
    Eastland, Mrs. Thomas B. (proposed) [Burlingame], [CA] 1936 residential   52|6 F217c, 52|6    
    Edoff, J.D. Oakland, CA 1906 commercial     F218b    
    Eells, Charles P. San Rafael, CA 1910-1913 residential     F219c    
    Ellis, G.E. & S.E. Hotel & Stores Oakland, CA 1913-1914 commercial     F220c    
    Fagan, Paul & Helene, additions & alterations [see also Van Antwerp, William C.] Hillsborough, CA 1933-1934 residential   52|7-9 F222-223c R78a-b  
    Fagan, Paul Gateway Hillsborough, CA 1930 residential     F221c    
    Federal Reserve Board Competition [see United States]                
    Federal Telegraph Co. Shanghai, China 1924-1925 commercial     F224    
    Felton, Charles Estate Mausoleum Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1921 funereal     F225c    
    Fireman's Fund Insurance Building San Francisco, CA 1908 commercial     F226c    
    Fitzhugh, Mrs. William M: Geary Street San Francisco, CA 1919 commercial   52|10 F227c R78c  
    Fitzhugh, Mrs. William M: Post Street (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1920 commercial     F228c    
    Folger, J.A. Woodside, CA 1905 residential Schulze & Brown (architect)   F229c    
    French Bank, alterations San Francisco, CA 1925 commercial Baur, J. (architect)   F230b    
    Fresno Hotel [Fresno], [CA] 1921 commercial     F231c    
    Fuller, Frank San Francisco, CA 1926 residential     F232c R78d, R79a-b  
    Gallois, Eugene [San Francisco], [CA] c. 1910 commercial     F233a, F234b    
    Gallois, Eugene Monument Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1912-1913 funereal     F235b    
    Garber Monument Oakland, CA, Mountain View Cem. 1909-1910 funereal     F236c    
    Garber, John Claremont, CA c. 1905 residential Bakewell, John, Jr. (architect)   F237b    
    Gardner, William Building San Francisco, CA c. 1906 commercial     F238c    
    George Washington Bridge (Hudson River Bridge) [see San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge]                
    Ghirardelli Pavilion [see Panama Pacific International Exhibition]                
    Glenwood Building [see Martin, Walter]                
    Goad, Wiliam Frank Memorial   1923-1924 funereal     F239c    
    Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE): General San Francisco, CA 1936-1940 exposition   F240-245a, 52|11-13, 53|4 R51, F246c, F248a, F249-251c, 53|3   F247-248a, 53|1-2
    Golden Gate International Exposition (GGIE): Tower of the Sun San Francisco, CA 1936-1940 exposition     R26, R50, F253a, F254c   F252a, 53|1-2, framed storage
    Golden Gate Park Gates San Francisco, CA 1901, 1905 recreational Schulze & Brown (architect)   F255c    
    Haas, Mrs. Atherton, CA 1923 residential     F256b    
    Hamilton, Alexander (proposed) Menlo Park, CA c. 1910 residential     F256a    
    Hammer, George Oakland, CA c. 1906 residential     F257b    
    Harding Park San Francisco, CA 1929 recreational     F258c    
    Harris, Stanley G. (proposed) Woodside, CA 1922 residential     F259c    
    Hartford Fire Insurance Co. San Francisco, CA 1926 commercial   53|5 R52 R79c  
    Haven, Charles D. San Jose, CA c. 1910 residential     F260a    
    Havens, Wickham [see Lakeshore Highlands, Leimert & Havens, Parkview Tract]                
    Hearst, Phoebe Memorial Fountain San Francisco, CA 1926-1927 cultural   53|6 F261b R79d 10|15
    Hebrew Home (proposed) [see Miller, H.M.A.]                
    Hechtman, A.J. Kerman, CA 1911 residential     F262c    
    Heller, Walter S. San Francisco, CA 1923-1926 residential     F263c R80a  
    Hempl, George Palo Alto, CA 1908 residential     F264b    
    Henderson, Mrs. Charles, addition Hillsborough, CA 1930 residential     F265c    
    Hibernia Bank: Geary & 10th San Francisco, CA 1925 commercial   53|7-8 F266c R80b  
    Hibernia Bank: Jones & McAllister, addition San Francisco, CA 1920, 1934-1936 commercial Pissis, Albert (architect) 53|9 F267c   53|9
    Hibernia Bank: Mission & Norton (Excelsior) San Francisco, CA 1928 commercial   53|10-11, 54|1-3 F268c R80c-d  
    Hibernia Bank: Valencia & 22nd San Francisco, CA 1923 commercial     F269c R81a F269c
    Hill Farm Sanatorium Marin County, CA 1918, 1923 medical     F270b    
    Hill Mausoleum Colma, CA, Holy Cross Cem. 1925 funereal     F271c    
    Hill, Horace (Toyon Farm) (proposed) Los Altos, CA 1913 residential     F272c    
    Hoffman, Lucy   c. 1906 residential     F273b    
    Holland, F.L. Oakland, CA c. 1905 residential Bakewell, John, Jr. (architect)   F274b    
    Holly Park [see Housing Authority]                
    Hooker Memorial   1939 funereal     F275c    
    Hooker, Osgood, additions Burlingame, CA 1936 residential   54|4      
    Hopkins, Timothy San Francisco, CA 1928-1937 residential   54|5-10 R53 R81a-d, R82a  
    Hopkins, Timothy Hunting Shack Rogue River, CA 1925 residential     F277b    
    Hopkins, Timothy Sarcophagus Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1937 funereal   54|11 F278c    
    Hopkins, Timothy Servants' House Menlo Park, CA 1916, 1928 residential     F276c    
    Horton, Sarah School Oakland, CA 1911 educational     F279c    
    Hotel Mann San Francisco, CA 1908 commercial     R84, F280c    
    Housing Authority of San Francisco: Holly Park San Francisco, CA 1938-1940 residential-multi Hall, L. Glenn (landscape architect) 54|12-13, 55|1-8, 56|1-9, 57|1-6 F281-283c   57|7
    Hutchinson, J.S. San Francisco, CA c. 1906 residential         57|8
    Hutton, F.L., additions Burlingame, CA 1923 residential     F284c    
    Jackling, Daniel C. Hillsborough, CA 1919-1923 residential Polk, Willis (architect), Coxhead, Ernest (consulting architect)   F285-291c, 57|9    
    Jackling, Daniel C. Memorial Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1947-1948 funereal   57|10 F292b, 57|10    
    Jewish Community Center San Francisco, CA 1930 recreational Hyman & Appleton (architect) 57|11 F293-295c    
    Johnson, W.P., alterations Oakland, CA 1916 residential     F296b    
    Josselyn, Charles San Francisco, CA 1909-1910 commercial     F297b    
    Josselyn, Marjorie Woodside, CA 1910 furniture, residential     F298b    
    King, Frank B. San Francisco, CA 1916-1917 residential     F299-303c    
    King, Hazel Saratoga, CA 1922 residential     F304c    
    King, Homer Los Gatos, CA 1913-1917 residential     F305c    
    Knight, Mrs. Samuel Hillsborough, CA 1935 residential Van Trees (architect)   F306c    
    Knowles, H.J. (Belle Vue Park) Piedmont, CA 1912 planning     F307c    
    Knox Maddox, Virginia Monument   1937 funereal     F308a    
    Lakeshore Highlands (Leimert, Walter & Wickham Havens): Gates & General Plans Oakland, CA 1917-1919 residential Olmsted Bros. (landscape architect)   F309c R82b-c  
    Lakeshore Highlands (Leimert, Walter & Wickham Havens): Houses A,B,C Oakland, CA 1917-1919 residential     F310c    
    Lansdale, Philip Hotel (Palo Alto Hotel) Palo Alto, CA 1921-1926 commercial   57|12 F311b    
    Lee, Don Building   n.d. commercial     F312b    
    Legion of Honor Fountain San Francisco, CA 1928-1929 cultural     F313c    
    Leimert & Havens Building Oakland, CA 1912 commercial     F314-315c    
    Leimert, Walter Piedmont, CA 1907-1912 residential     F316c    
    Lent, Bessie H. Redwood City, CA 1910-1912 residential     F317c    
    Lent, George H., additions Redwood City, CA 1912-1919 residential   57|13 F318b    
    Library [Competition]   undated educational     F319c    
    Lilley, Mrs. Alexander Apartments (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1927 residential-multi     F320c    
    Lincoln Statue Base San Francisco, CA 1927, 1950 cultural Patigian, Haig (sculptor) 57|14 F321c    
    Lyman, Edmunds (proposed) Hillsborough, CA 1919 residential     F322b    
    Lyons, T. Riardon (proposed)   n.d. residential     F323a    
    MacDonald, A.S. Oakland, CA 1906-1907 residential     F324c    
    Mann Hotel [see Hotel Mann]                
    Martens, Frank C. Oakland, CA c. 1906 residential     F325b    
    Martens, Frank C. Piedmont, CA 1911 residential     F326c    
    Martin Mausoleum (proposed) Colma, CA, Holy Cross Cem. 1915, 1917, 1926, 1943 funereal   57|15 F327c, 57|15    
    Martin, Walter Garage San Francisco, CA 1919-1920 commercial     F328c    
    Martin, Walter, alterations (formerly Oscar Cooper residence) Burlingame, CA 1922-1929 residential White, Howard (architect)   F329c    
    Martin, Walter, alterations (Glenwood Bldg) San Francisco, CA 1924 commercial     F330c    
    Marysville Bank (proposed) [Marysville], [CA] 1926 commercial     F331a    
    Matson, Mrs. William Mausoleum Colma, CA, Holy Cross Cem. undated funereal     F331c    
    McBean, Athol (proposed) Woodside, CA 1927 residential     F332c    
    McClure, David (Lectern for Trinity Church) Oakland, CA 1916 religious     F333b    
    McCormick, Charles San Francisco, CA 1912 residential     F334c    
    McKee, Samuel Bell Monument Oakland, CA 1905 funereal     F335c   57|16
    McKee, Samuel Warehouse Oakland, CA c. 1910 commercial     F336b    
    McKee, Sarah Oakland, CA c. 1906, 1955 residential   57|17 F337c   57|17
    McKee, Sarah, addition Oakland, CA 1914 residential     F337c    
    McMullen, Mrs. John Oakland, CA c. 1906 residential     F338a    
    McNear, Mrs. F.W., alterations Burlingame, CA 1926 residential     F339b    
    Mein, W.W., alteration San Francisco, CA 1923 residential     F340c    
    Miller, Annie, alterations Piedmont, CA 1930 residential Bakewell & Weihe (architect)   F346c    
    Miller, Annie, alterations [see Horace Miller]                
    Miller, H.M.A. Apartment House San Francisco, CA 1912 residential-multi     F341c    
    Miller, H.M.A: Hebrew Home San Francisco, CA 1921 residential-multi     F342b    
    Miller, H.M.A: Old Ladies Home San Francisco, CA 1922 residential-multi     F343b    
    Miller, Henry East Oakland, CA c. 1910 residential     F344b    
    Miller, Horace (Annie Miller) Piedmont, CA 1913-1915 residential     F345-346c    
    Miller, Mrs. Albert, alterations Oakland, CA 1911 residential Mau, Charles (architect)   F347c    
    Miller, Robert W., alterations [see also Breeden, H.C.] Hillsborough, CA 1928-1930 residential   58|1-2 F348c R82d  
    Mills College Dormitory (1) Oakland, CA 1917-1920 educational     R27, F349c, 58|3, framed storage R83a-b 58|3
    Mills College Dormitory (2) Oakland, CA 1919-1921 educational     F350c R83c-d, R84a  
    Mills College Residence, alterations Oakland, CA 1920 educational     F351b    
    Milwaukee County Courthouse Competition Milwaukee, WI undated governmental     F352c    
    Miscellaneous Projects   1909-1951 various   58|4-5      
    Moore, George (proposed) Monterey/Hillsborough, CA 1921-1923 residential   58|6 F353c    
    Morgan, Percy (proposed) Los Altos, CA   residential     F354c    
    Morse, Samuel F.B: Carmel-San Simeon Road Buildings Monterey Co., CA 1934 commercial   58|7      
    Morse, Samuel F.B: Monterey State Capital (proposed) Monterey, CA 1938-1939 governmental   58|8 F354a   58|8
    Mt. Zion Hospital Clinic, alterations San Francisco, CA 1929-1930 medical Landsburgh, G. Albert (architect) 58|13 F355c    
    Mt. Zion Hospital Laboratory (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1929-1930 medical   58|14-15 F356c    
    Mt. Zion Hospital, additions & alterations San Francisco, CA 1929-1930 medical Krafft, J.E. (architect) 58|9-12 F357c    
    Murphy, Daniel T. Mausoleum Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1920-1921 funereal     F358c R84b-c 58|16
    Nelson, Charles (proposed)   1910 residential     F359b    
    Oakland City Hall Competition Oakland, CA 1910 governmental     F360-361c, 58|17    
    Old Ladies Home [see Miller, H.M.A.]                
    Olympic Club San Francisco, CA 1930-1933 recreational Paff & Baur (architect) 58|18-20, 59|1-4 R28-35, F362c    
    Olympic Golf & Country Club San Francisco, CA 1925 recreational   59|4a F363c    
    Oregon State Capitol Competition Salem, OR 1935 governmental   59|5 F364c    
    Orosi Farm [see Thomas, William]                
    Otis, James, alterations San Francisco, CA 1938 residential   59|6      
    Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Building San Francisco, CA 1923-1928 commercial   59|7 F365c R2, R84a, R85a-c F366a, 10|17, 59|7
    Pacific Gas & Electric Co. Building, addition San Francisco, CA 1945-1950 commercial   59|8 F365c   10|17
    Palache, Whitney, gate   undated residential     F367a    
    Palo Alto Bank (proposed) Palo Alto, CA undated commercial     F368a    
    Palo Alto Hotel [see Lansdale, Phillip]                
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): General Plan San Francisco, CA 1911-1915 exposition   59|9      
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): Ghirardelli Pavilion San Francisco, CA 1914-1915 exposition   59|10 F369c    
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): Horticulture Building San Francisco, CA 1914-1915 exposition   59|11 R55-56, F370-371a, F372c, 59|11 R85d, R86a-b F370a, F372c, 59|11, framed storage
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): Livestock Show Scheme San Francisco, CA c. 1915 exposition     F373c    
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): Palace of Fine Arts, alterations San Francisco, CA 1924 exposition     F374c    
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): Rixford Plan for Telegraph Hill San Francisco, CA   exposition     F375b    
    Panama Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): Welch's Pavilion San Francisco, CA 1914 exposition     F376c R86c  
    Park Gates [see Golden Gate Park]                
    Parkview Tract (Wickham Havens) Oakland, CA c. 1906 planning     F377c    
    Parrott Estate Co. San Mateo, CA 1936 planning   59|12 F378b    
    Pasadena City Hall Pasadena, CA 1925-1928 governmental   61|20-24 R4-5, R39, F498-501c R91d, R92a-d, R93a-d, R94a-d, R95a-d, R96a-d, R97a-d, R98a-c F501c
    Perry, Mrs. L.D. Piedmont, CA c. 1910 residential     F379b    
    Phelan, James D. Memorial San Francisco, CA 1937 funereal     F380c    
    Physician's Building (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1921 commercial     F381b    
    Picadilly Hotel, alterations San Francisco, CA undated commercial     F382c    
    Piedmont Building Association Oakland, CA c. 1910 residential     F383-385b    
    Piedmont Heights Pylons Oakland, CA c. 1906 residential     F386c   F386c
    Pierce, Sarah Mckee Monument Oakland, CA 1906 funereal     F387c    
    Pissis, Emile San Francisco, CA 1908 residential-multi     F388c    
    Pissis, Emile, additions San Francisco, CA 1927 residential-multi     F389a    
    Pissis, Emile, alterations San Francisco, CA 1935 residential-multi     F388c    
    Pope, George Bridge Burlingame, CA 1926 residential     F390c    
    Pope, George Building San Francisco, CA 1911 commercial     F391b    
    Pope, George, additions & alterations Hillsborough, CA 1913-1915 residential     F392-393c, 59|13   59|13
    Pope, George, additions & alterations Hillsborough, CA 1920-1938 residential     F396-397c    
    Pope, George, additions & alterations San Francisco, CA 1911-1912, 1916, 1934 residential   59|14 F398-400c   F400c
    Pope, George, Ballroom/Theater Hillsborough, CA 1916-1917 residential     F394-395c R86d  
    Pope, Mrs. George Polo Club Burlingame, CA 1926-1928 recreational     F401c    
    Porter, Hugh San Francisco, CA 1916 residential     F402c    
    Porter, Warren Berkeley, CA 1915 residential     F403c    
    Porto Rico [sic] Capitol Competition San Juan, PR 1908 governmental     R3, 59|15    
    Pratt, Orville Durham, CA 1912-1913 residential     F404c    
    Pratt, Orville Warehouse San Francisco, CA 1913, 1930 commercial   59|16 F405c    
    Pratt, Orville Warehouse, alterations San Francisco, CA 1919-1921, 1930 commercial     F406b    
    Price, Mrs. Hugh Burlingame, CA 1906 residential     F407b    
    Pringle, Covington Woodside, CA 1913 residential     F408c    
    Puerto Rico Capitol Competiton [see Porto Rico]                
    Ralston, Louis Burlingame, CA c. 1906 residential     F409b    
    Rathbone, G.L. Burlingame, CA 1919-1921 residential   60|1 F410c   60|1
    Redlands Station [see Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]                
    Remington Rand Building San Francisco, CA 1939, 1942 commercial     F411c    
    Rolph, James, Jr. Memorial San Francisco, CA 1937-1938 funereal     F412c    
    Roos Brothers Store Building, additions & alterations San Francisco, CA 1929 commercial Pissis, Albert (architect) 60|2 F413c    
    Roos, Irene M., addition Atherton, CA 1921 residential     F414c    
    Roos, Robert A., additions & alterations Hillsborough, CA 1929-1930 residential   60|3-4 F415c R87a  
    Rosenquest, H.A. Mill Valley, CA c. 1906 residential     F416b    
    Rothermel, George San Francisco, CA c. 1906 residential     F417a    
    Sacramento Building Competition Sacramento, CA 1918 governmental     F418-419c    
    Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, consultation Sacramento, CA 1924-1925 cultural Dean, J. A. (architect), Lansburgh, G.A. (associated architect) 60|5      
    Sacramento Valley Irrigation Co. Willows, CA 1909-1910 commercial     F420b    
    Saint Augustine's Mission Oakland, CA 1914, 1916 religious     F421b    
    Saint Joseph's Hospital San Francisco, CA 1925-1927 medical   60|6-7 R36-37, F422a, F423c R87b-d 60|8
    Saint Joseph's Hospital: Chapel San Francisco, CA 1927 medical     F424c    
    Saint Joseph's Hospital: Nurses' Home, additions & alterations San Francisco, CA 1926 medical     F425c    
    Saint Joseph's Hospital: Sisters' House, addition (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1927 medical     F426c    
    Saint Luke's Hospital, additions & alterations San Francisco, CA 1907 medical     F427c    
    Saint Mark's Cathedral Seattle, WA 1926-1949 religious   62|1-10, 63|1-11, 64|1-12, 65|1-13, 66|1-7, 67|1-7, 68|1-5 R58-61, F502a, F503-518c, 68|11 R98d 68|6-10
    Saint Matthew's Church, additions & alterations San Mateo, CA 1927, 1938, 1942 religious     F428c    
    San Diego Station [see Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe]                
    San Francisco City Hall San Francisco, CA 1912-1915 governmental   F519a, 69|1-9, 95|2 R6-17, R40-41, F520-524a, F525-538c, 69|12 R99a-d, R100a-d, R101a-d, R102a-d, R103a-d, R104a-d, R105a-c R17, F539c, 10|19, 69|10-11, framed storage
    San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Tuberculosis Clinic San Francisco, CA c. 1910 humanitarian     F429b    
    San Francisco State Building Competition San Francisco, CA 1916-1918 governmental   60|10 F430-432c    
    San Francisco Stock Exchange Competition San Francisco, CA 1929 commercial     F433c    
    San Francisco War Memorial San Francisco, CA 1920-1936, 1951-1956, 1978-1979 cultural   69|13-20, 70|1-9 R42-44, R62-68, F540a, F541-545c, 70|11, framed storage   F540a, F543c, 10|20-21, 43|2, 70|10
    San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, consultation San Francisco, CA 1933-1937 transportation   60|9 F434c    
    San Mateo High School Auditorium San Mateo, CA 1945-1948 educational   60|11      
    San Mateo Junior College San Mateo, CA 1945-1946 educational Kelham, George (architect) 60|12 F435b    
    San Mateo School San Mateo, CA 1915 educational     F436b    
    Sanborn, Elizabeth B. (Mrs. S.S.) Los Gatos, CA 1906 residential     F437b    
    Sanborn, Elizabeth B. (Mrs. S.S.) San Francisco, CA c. 1906 commercial     F438b    
    Schlessinger, Charles Building San Francisco, CA c. 1906 commercial Jacobs, Alfred H. (architect)   F439c    
    Scott, Henry T. Monument Colma, CA, Cypress Lawn Cem. 1923 funereal     F440c    
    Scott, Lawrence I. Stable Burlingame, CA 1906 residential     F441b    
    Scott, Lawrence I., additions and alterations Hillsborough, CA 1929-1931 residential   60|13-15 F442c R88a-b  
    Seawell, James A. Monument San Francisco, CA 1919-1920 funereal   60|16 F443b   60|16
    Selfridge, Thomas E. Monument Arlington, VA 1908-1909 funereal     F444c   60|17
    Sister Harriet House   1919 residential     F445b    
    Skewes-Cox, Mrs. San Francisco, CA 1920 residential     F446c R88c-d  
    Sloat, John Drake Monument Monterey, CA 1909-1910 funereal     F447c   F447c, 60|18
    Smith, W. Oakland, CA 1910 residential     F448b    
    Smithsonian National Museum (Museum of Natural History) Washington, DC 1904 governmental Hornblower & Marshall (architects)   F449c    
    Spagna, Mario (Tamalpais Sanctuary of Peace & Beauty) Marin Co., CA 1936 cultural   60|19 F450c, 60|19   60|19
    St. [see Saint]                
    Stanford University: Carnegie Institution Laboratory [see Carnegie]                
    Stanford University: Various Projects Palo Alto, CA 1920-1957 educational   60|20 F451c    
    Starr, George W. Grass Valley, CA 1916 residential     F452c R89a  
    State Building Competition [see San Francisco State Building Competition]                
    Stockton Commercial & Savings Bank, additions Stockton, CA 1924 commercial     R38, F453c    
    Sutton, A.M. (proposed)   c. 1910 residential     F454b    
    Sypher, Leigh, alterations   1917 residential     F455c    
    Talbot, Andrew San Francisco, CA 1927 residential Talbot, Andrew (architect) 60|21      
    Telegraph Hill Tenement House [see Tobin, Cyril]                
    Temple Emanu-El San Francisco, CA 1925-1928, 1955 religious   60|22-23 F456c R89b-c F456c, 60|22
    Temple Emanu-El: Temple House San Francisco, CA 1926 religious   61|1      
    Temple Emanu-El: Temple House, alterations San Francisco, CA 1929 religious   61|2      
    Thacher School, additions Ojai, CA 1945-1946 educational   61|3 61|3    
    Thomas Parisien Dye Works San Francisco, CA 1909 industrial     F457c R89d  
    Thomas Parisien Dye Works, additions San Francisco, CA 1918 industrial     F458c    
    Thomas Parisien Dye Works, alterations San Francisco, CA 1936 industrial   61|4      
    Thomas, William San Francisco, CA 1915 residential     F459c    
    Thomas, William (Orosi Farm) Tulare Co., CA 1911 residential     F460a    
    Tobin, Cyril (Telegraph Hill Tenement House) San Francisco, CA 1909-1911 res-mult     F461b    
    Touchard, Miss Oakland, CA 1909-1910 residential     F462c    
    Towert, Robert San Francisco, CA c. 1906 residential     F463a    
    Trinity Church: Parish House & Chapel Oakland, CA 1915 religious     F464c    
    Tucker, M.E. Stores Alameda, CA 1910 commercial     F465c    
    unidentified building (1)   undated commercial         61|5
    unidentified building (2)   undated commercial         61|6
    unidentified building (3)   undated commercial     61|7    
    unidentified building (4)   undated commercial         61|8
    unidentified buildings   undated commercial     F466a, F467c    
    unidentified memorial   undated funereal         61|10
    unidentified models of details   undated commercial         61|9
    unidentified residence (1)   undated residential     61|12    
    unidentified residence (2)   undated residential         61|13
    unidentified residence (3)   undated residential         61|14
    unidentified residence (4)   undated residential         61|15
    unidentified residences   1906-1908 residential     F468a, F469c    
    unidentified sketches   undated various     F469c, 61|11    
    Union Trust Bank (Wells Fargo) Competition San Francisco, CA 1909 commercial Day, Clinton (architect)   F470-471c, 61|16    
    United States: Capitol Building Extension Washington, DC 1956-1957 governmental     F564-565c    
    United States: Dept of Labor/Interstate Commerce Commission Washington, DC 1927-1935 governmental   71|7-10, 72|1-9, 73|1-5, 90|4 R18, R45-46, R69, F547-548a, F550-555c, 73|9, 101|1-8, 102|1-8, 103|1-8, 104|1-2, 111|1-8 R105d, R106a-d, R107a-d, R108a-d, 104|2-8, 105|1-8, 106|1-8, 107|1-8, 108|1-8, 109|1-8, 110|1-8 F549a, 43|2, 73|6-8, framed storage
    United States: Federal Reserve Board Competition Washington, DC 1935 governmental   75|1 F559-562c, 75|1    
    United States: San Francisco Federal Building San Francisco, CA 1928-1935 governmental   73|10-15, 74|1-10 F556a, F557-558c, 74|12, 112|1-8, 114|3-8 113|1-8, 114|1-2 F556a, 43|2, 74|11, framed storage
    United States: San Francisco Subtreasury Competition San Francisco, CA 1909 governmental   75|2 F563a, 75|2    
    University Club, addition San Francisco, CA 1925 recreational Bliss & Faville (architect)   F472c    
    University of California: Administration Building Berkeley, CA 1938-1953 educational Rucker, Ned (landscape architect) 80|10-13, 81|1-10, 82|1-9 F569a, F570c   81|10
    University of California: Class of 1910 Bridge Berkeley, CA 1912 educational   89|8 F576a, 89|8   89|8
    University of California: Cyclotron Berkeley, CA 1939-1954 educational   82|11-12, 83|1-9 F571c    
    University of California: Dormitories (proposed) Berkeley, CA undated educational     89|9    
    University of California: Emergency Classroom Building (Minor Hall) Berkeley, CA 1940-1948 educational   83|10-12, 84|1 F572b    
    University of California: General Plan Berkeley, CA 1940-1947 educational   79|10-13, 80|1-9 F566-567c    
    University of California: Infirmary Building Berkeley, CA 1927-1930 educational   84|2-6 F537c, 84|6    
    University of California: Infirmary Building, addition Berkeley, CA 1947 educational     F573c    
    University of California: Library Annex (Bancroft Library) Berkeley, CA 1938-1952 educational Vaughn, H.L. (landscape architect) 79|3, 84|7-11, 85|1-7, 86|1-8, 87|1-11, 88|1-11, 90|5 R47-48, F578a, F579-582c   10|23, 89|1
    University of California: Little Theater Berkeley, CA 1938-1942 educational   78|14, 79|1-2 F568c    
    University of California: Medical-Physics Building (Donner Lab) Berkeley, CA 1941-1943 educational   89|2-7 F574b    
    University of California: Medical-Physics Building (Donner Lab), addition Berkeley, CA 1947 educational     F575b    
    University of California: Sather Tower Plaque Berkeley, CA 1918 educational   89|10      
    University of California: Shop Building for Corporation Yard Berkeley, CA 1939-1940 educational   89|11-12 F577c    
    Van Antwerp, William C. [see also Fagan, Paul & Helene] Hillsborough, CA 1920-1922, 1929 residential French & Co (interiors) 61|17 F473-478c R90a-b 61|17
    Volkman, Mrs. Daniel (Beatrice) San Francisco, CA 1927-1928 residential     R57, F479c R90c-d  
    Vrooman, Beatrice San Francisco, CA 1916 residential     F480b    
    Wagner Apartments San Francisco, CA 1926 res-mult     F481c    
    Waldron, W.B. [see also Campbell, Marion L.] San Francisco, CA 1910 residential   48|2 F482c    
    Walker, Mrs. Talbot, alterations and additions Atherton, CA 1912 residential     F483c    
    Walter, D, N & E San Francisco, CA 1938 commercial Baur, John A. (architect)   F484c    
    Watt, Mrs. Robert [see Campbell, Donald]                
    Weatherwax (proposed)   1920 residential     F485b, 61|18    
    Webster San Francisco, CA 1910 residential     F486a    
    Weill, Michel, alterations San Francisco, CA 1924 residential     F487c R91a  
    Weill, Raphael Memorial San Francisco, CA 1920-1925 funereal Rodin, Auguste (sculptor); Pontremoli, E. (architect) 61|19 F488c R91b  
    Welch , Raymond Hillsborough, CA 1922 residential     F489c    
    Wells Fargo Bank [see Union Trust]                
    Wheeler, Charles (proposed) San Francisco, CA 1916 residential     F490a    
    White Hospital Sacramento, CA undated medical     F491b    
    White, Asa L. Sarcophagus   1915-1916 funereal     F492c    
    White, F. Piedmont, CA c. 1905 residential Bakewell, John (architect)   F493a    
    White, W.T. Oakland, CA 1910 residential     F494c    
    Wickham Havens, Inc. [see Lakeshore Highlands, Leimert & Havens, Parkview Tract]                
    Willows Hotel Willows, CA 1910 commercial     F495b    
    Wilson, Mrs. Mountford, addition Hillsborough, CA 1925 residential     F496b    
    Y.M.C.A. (Army), addition San Francisco, CA 1923 recreational     F497c R91c