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Julius Ralph Davidson, Robert David Farquhar, Heath Scott Gerity, William Henry Harrison, Donald Reuben Wilkinson

Farquhar operated a practice in Los Angeles, CA.

PCAD id: 1207


"Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, Calif., Robert D. Farquhar, architect.", American Architect, 135: 115-120, 1929-01. "Architect for the William Andrews Clark, Jr., Library, Los Angeles", Architect and Engineer, 87, 04/1927. "Plans for Beverly Hills High School buildings", Architect and Engineer, 62, 1928-07. "Farquhar closes practice", Architect and Engineer, 109, 02/1918. "Farquhar leaves for Italy", Architect and Engineer, 109, 08/1918. "California Club, Los Angeles: Robert D. Farquhar, Architect, George W. Kelham, consulting architect", Architectural Digest, 8: 2, 4-10, 1931-1933 ?. "Clark Library, Los Angeles", California Arts and Architecture, 38-40, 06/1929. "Clark mausoleum wins gold medals", Hollywood Citizen, 1, 01/06/1922. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 265, 1994. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 160, 1994. "Mausoleum picture feature of exhibition--plans for structure at Hollywood Cemetery is special winner..."", Los Angeles Examiner, 1, 01/04/1923. Beyette, Beverly, "A rescue mission that's closer to home", Los Angeles Times, E6, 11/03/1995. "Farquhar, Robert David, Obituary", Los Angeles Times, 28, 12/08/1967. "Old California Club’s Successor", Los Angeles Times, 2, 1930-09-01. "Redlands home Italian villa", Los Angeles Times, 1, 05/03/1908. Daneker, Jerome G., Romance of Georgia Marble, 68, 1927. "Beverly Hills High School", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 33, 1928-07-13. "Farquhar reopens architectural office", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 11, 10/31/1919. "Plans for library building at Torrance", Southwest Contractor and Manufacturer, 12, col 2-3, 39, 05/24/1913. "Library building at Torrance", Southwest Contractor and Manufacturer, 16, col 2, 06/07/1913. Bradshaw, Jon, "The Club Game", West, 9, 8/6/1972. "Residence of Dr. R.P. McReynolds, Los Angeles, California", Western Architect, 17: 2, np, 02/1911.