Norton & Wallis

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Norton & Wallis
Architectural firm
Founded 1877
Founders Samuel Tilden Norton
Frederick H. Wallis
Defunct 1959
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, United States

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.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Temple Sinai/ Philadelphia Presbyterian Church (includes photos) Orange Landmarks
  2. ^ Amy Klein The Sinai Century May 18, 2006 Jewish Journal
  3. ^ William Fox Building photo
  4. ^ William Fox Building Emporis
  5. ^ Photo of Shane + Regar building
  6. ^ Los Angeles Theatre Orange Landmarks

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