Allison & Allison
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Allison & Allison was the architectural firm of James Edward Allison (1870-1955) and his brother David Clark Allison (1881-1962).
The notable projects by this firm include:
- Riverview United Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, (1907).
- Friday Morning Club Building, Downtown Los Angeles, (present day Variety Arts Center), Downtown Los Angeles (1923).
- Wilshire United Methodist Church, with Moorish Revival 'La Giralda Tower' (1924). 
- First Baptist Church of Los Angeles, Westmoreland and 8th Street, Los Angeles (1925).
- Western Pacific Building, South Broadway, Downtown Los Angeles (1925). 
- Thirteenth Church of Christ Scientist, (1926).
- First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles, MacArthur Park district, Los Angeles, 1927
- The Janss Dome—Janss Investment Company Building, Westwood Village, (1929).
- Royce Hall, on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles, 1929 - 1932
- Southern California Edison Building, Downtown Los Angeles, 1930, by staff designer Austin Whittlesey, with murals by Hugo Ballin and exterior bas-reliefs by Merrell Gage
- First Congregational Church, Commonwealth and 6th Street, Los Angeles, (1930).
- Kerckhoff Hall, UCLA campus (1930). 
- Beverly Hills Post Office, Beverly Hills, California, with Ralph Flewelling (1932-1933).
- Kaufman Hall, UCLA campus (1932). 
- Robinson's Department Store, Downtown Los Angeles flagship store, modernization of street facades with Edward Mayberry (1937). 
- Hollywood Post Office (Hollywood Station) in Hollywood, with Claud Beelman & WPA artists (1937). 
- You-are-here.com: Allison & Allison, selected projects . accessed 21 June 2015.
- http://cinematreasures.org/theater/31433/[dead link]
- Wilshire United Methodist Church
- Western Pacific Building, South Broadway, Los Angeles
- "Building on the past: Westwoods history can still be seen in the architecture of the Villages newer businesses". Retrieved 2014-02-14.
- Kerckhoff Hall, UCLA
- Kaufman Hall, UCLA
- Robinson's Department Store, Downtown Los Angeles
- United States Post Office — Hollywood Station
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