Norton & Wallis
Norton & Wallis was an architectural firm in Los Angeles that designed several historic buildings. The firm included partners, Samuel Tilden Norton (1877–1959) and Frederick H. Wallis. Wallis is credited as the designer of the Upton Sinclair House, a National Historic Landmark in Monrovia, California.
- B'Nai B'rith Lodge (1923) at 9th and Union
- Upton Sinclair House (1923)
- Financial Center (Los Angeles) (1924) 704 South Spring Street
- Jewish Orphans Home of Southern California (1924)
- Temple Sinai (Los Angeles) (1925) second site at 407 South New Hampshire, which became the Korean Philadelphia Presbyterian Church in 1960 when the temple moved to Westwood, Los Angeles.
- Young Men's Hebrew Association (Los Angeles) (1925) at Soto Street and Michigan Avenue
- Israel Temple (Los Angeles) (1927) at Franklin and Argyle
- William Fox Building (1928) (now the Fox Jewelry Mart at 608 South Hill Street  13 stories in an art deco style
- Clubhouse for the Council of Jewish Women (1928)
- Shane & Regar Hollywood (1929) 6650 Hollywood Boulevard
- Los Angeles Theatre (1930)
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