William Templeton Johnson

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William Templeton Johnson (1877 – 1957) was a notable San Diego architect. He was a fellow to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in 1939.[1]

Johnson is known for his Spanish Revival buildings, all in San Diego unless otherwise noted:

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  1. ^ A Civic Architect for San Diego: The Work of William Templeton Johnson, The Journal of San Diego History, Summer 1999, Volume 45, Number 3, available online
  2. ^ "William Templeton Johnson". San Diego Historical Society.