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William Peyton Day, Maury I. Diggs, Edward Francis Flanders, Charles Peter Weeks

Active 1916-1930

Firm Notes

This firm operated in San Francisco, CA, from 1916 until 1930. Previously, Weeks had practiced alone in San Francisco. After Weeks's death in 1928, William Peyton Day continued calling the firm "Weeks and Day" until 1930. Day continued to engage in architectural work, under his own name, until 1953.

PCAD id: 112


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