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William Clement Ambrose, Wallace Henry Hubbert, Angus McDonald McSweeney, James Herbert Mitchell, Austin P. Moore, Willis Jefferson Polk

Active 1910-1924

Practiced primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area. His office in 1913 was at 1325 Merchants Exchange Building, San Francisco.

PCAD id: 196


NameDateCityState
1969 California Street House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
1 Russian Hill Place House, Russian Hill, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
2233 Lyon Street House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA1916San FranciscoCA
2255 Lyon Street House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA1920San FranciscoCA
2820 Pacific Street House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
2840 Broadway House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
2880 Broadway House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
2960 Broadway House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
3 Russian Hill Place House, Russian Hill, San Francisco, CA1914San FranciscoCA
5 Russian Hill Place House, Russian Hill, San Francisco, CA1914San FranciscoCA
7 Russian Hill Place House, Russian Hill, San Francisco, CA1914San FranciscoCA
831-849 Mason Street Townhouses, Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA1917San FranciscoCA
Blaney, Charles D., House, Saratoga, CA1917SaratogaCA
Bourn, William Bowers, Jr., and Agnes Moody, House, Woodside, CA1915-1918WoodsideCA
Carolan, Francis J. and Harriet Pullman, House #2, Hillsborough, CA1914-1915HillsboroughCA
City and County of San Francisco, Recreation and Parks Department, Golden Gate Park, Kezar Stadium #1, San Francisco, CA 1924-1925San FranciscoCA
City and County of San Francisco, Water Department Building, San Francisco, CA1922San FranciscoCA
Crocker, Charles Templeton and Helene Irwin, House, Hillsborough, CA1911-1917HillsboroughCA
Ehrman, Albert L., House, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
Episcopal Diocese of California, Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church #2, San Mateo, CA1910San MateoCA
Finance Building, Financial District, San Francisco, CA1922-1923San FranciscoCA
Hearst, William Randolph, House, McCloud River, Siskyou County, CA1924McCloud RiverCA
Hobart Building, Financial District, San Francisco, CA1913-1914San FranciscoCA
Marine View Apartment Cooperative, Russian Hill, San Francisco, CA1927San FranciscoCA
Martin, Eleanor, Apartment Building, Hayes Valley, San Francisco, CA1911-1911San FranciscoCA
Mills, Darius Ogden, Building, Financial District, San Francisco, CA1890-1891San FranciscoCA
Mission San Francisco de Asis, Mission District, San Francisco, CA1782-1791San FranciscoCA
Montecito Playhouse, Montecito, CA1914MontecitoCA
National Bank of D.O. Mills and Company, Downtown, Sacramento, CA1911-1912SacramentoCA
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (P, G & E), Jessie Street Substation #2, San Francisco, CA1905San FranciscoCA
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (P, G & E), Sacramento River Station B, Powerhouse, Sacramento, CA1912SacramentoCA
Panama-Pacific International Exposition (PPIE), Master Plan, San Francisco, CA1912-1915San FranciscoCA
Regents of the University of California, Hallidie, Andrew S., Building, Financial District, San Francisco, CA1917San FranciscoCA
Regents of the University of California, Office Building, South of Market, San Francisco, CA 1910-1911San FranciscoCA
Saint Francis Yacht Club, San Francisco, CA1927San FranciscoCA
San Francisco Gas and Electric Company, Station D, San Francisco, CA1908San FranciscoCA
San Francisco Water Company, Central Pumping Station, San Francisco, CA1908San FranciscoCA
Spring Valley Water Company, Sloat Boulevard Pumping Station, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
Spring Valley Water Company, Water Temple, Sunol, CA1910
Women's City Club, Building, San Francisco, CA1923San FranciscoCA
"Town House of Albert L. Ehrman, Esq., San Francisco, Cal.", American Architect, CVII: 2040, n.p., 1915-01-27. "Willis Polk Criticizes California State Building", American Architect, CXII: 2187, 379, 1917-11-21. National Trust for Historic Preservation, "Financial Aspects of Preservation", America's Forgotten Architecture, 250-251, 1976. Howard, John Galen, "Country House Architecture on the Pacific Coast", Architectural Record, XL: 4, 322-323, 325-326, 1916-10. "Portfolio of Current Architecture", Architectural Record, 32: 2, 133, 1912-08. Bottomley, William Lawrence, "The American Country House ", Architectural Record, XLVIII: IV, 261, 285-289, 1920-10. "Portfolio of Current Architecture", Architectural Record, 32: 2, 134, 08/1912. "Portfolio of Current Architecture", Architectural Record, 32: 2, 136, 08/1912. "Entrance to the Women's City Club", Architecture (Scribner's), 49: 1, 23, 1/1924. Robinson, Cervin, Herschman, Joel, Architecture Transformed, 172, 1987. "Bids for U.C. Work Opened in Private", Building and Engineering News, 17: 30, 12, 1917-07-25. Kahn, Edgar M., "Andrew S. Hallidie as Writer and Speaker", California Historical Society Quarterly, 25: 1-16, 1946. Frampton, Kenneth, "Willis Polk, Hallidie Building, San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.", GA Document Special Issue #3 Modern Architecture 1851-1945, 194, 1983. Seidler, Harry, Grand Tour, 523, 2003. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California, 67, 1985. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California, 67, 1985. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California, 69, 1985. Dills, Keith W., "The Hallidie Building", Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 30: 4, 323-329, 12/1971. Schrader, Barry, "Sunol Water Temple not the usual watershed", Oakland Tribune, 1, 04/04/2006. Miller, Nory, "Down and dirty in 1917: Hallidie Building, San Francisco", Progressive Architecture, 62: 11, 108-109, 11/1981. "Montecito Playhouse, Montecito", Southwest Contractor and Manufacturer, 21, col 3, 04/25/1914. Shepherd, Roger, Structures of Our Time, 119, 2002. Williams, Henry Lionel, Williams, Ottalie K., Treasury of Great American Houses, 174-183, 1970. Williams, Henry Lionel, Williams, Ottalie K., Treasury of Great American Houses, 174-183, 1970. "The Panama-Pacific Exposition Architects", Western Architect, 18: 3, 28, 03/1912. "The Cement Gun", Western Architect and Engineer, 28: 3, 39, 46, 04/1912.