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Wallace Henry Hubbert, Gustave Albert Lansburgh, Lafayette Robinson Spangler, Leonard Frank Starks

Active c. 1900-1930

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PCAD id: 226


NameDateCityState
1st Hebrew Congregation Synagogue #3, Pill Hill, Oakland, CA1913-1914OaklandCA
American Trust Company, Office Building, Berkeley, CA1927BerkeleyCA
Brown Mausoleum, San Francisco, CA1909San FranciscoCA
Clift Hotel, Tenderloin, San Francisco, CA1913-1915San FranciscoCA
Drum, John S., House and Boathouse, Lake Tahoe, CA1922Meeks BayCA
El Capitan Theatre #1, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1922-1926Los AngelesCA
El Capitan Theatre, San Francisco, CA1927-1928San FranciscoCA
Golden Gate Theatre, San Francisco, CA1921San FranciscoCA
Home of Peace Cemetery, Meyerfeld, Morris, Jr., and Nannie A., Mausoleum, Colma, CA1936ColmaCA
Kinema Theatre, Fresno, CA1913FresnoCA
Lansburgh, G. Albert, House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA1923-1924San FranciscoCA
Leventritt, Marion, Apartment House Project, San Francisco, CASan FranciscoCA
Loew's Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA1921-1922San FranciscoCA
Lowenstein, Samuel and Florence, House, Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA1914San FranciscoCA
Orpheum Theatre #2, Power and Light District, Kansas City, MO 1914-1915Kansas CityMO
Orpheum Theatre #2, Salt Lake City, UT1913Salt Lake CityUT
Orpheum Theatre #3, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1910-1911Los AngelesCA
Orpheum Theatre #4, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926Los AngelesCA
Orpheum Theatre, Downtown, Saint Louis, MO1915-1916Saint LouisCA
Orpheum Theatre, New Orleans, LA1917New OrleansLA
Sachs Building, San Francisco, CA1908San FranciscoCA
Shrine Civic Auditorium #2, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA1920-1926Los AngelesCA
State-Lake Theatre, Chicago, IL1919ChicagoIL
Temple Emanu-El, San Francisco, CA1926San FranciscoCA
Temple Sinai, North Oakland, Oakland, CA1913OaklandCA
Warner Brothers Western Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1930-1931Los AngelesCA
Warner Pacific Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926-1927Los AngelesCA
"Orpheum Theater, Los Angeles, Cal.", American Architect, 105, part 1: 1989, plates, 2/4/1914. Naylor, David, American Picture Palaces The Architecture of Fantasy, 219, 1981. Naylor, David, "The Old Guard", American Picture Palaces The Architecture of Fantasy, 61-62, 1981. Naylor, David, American Picture Palaces The Architecture of Fantasy, 62, 1981. Naylor, David, American Picture Palaces The Architecture of Fantasy, 62, 216, 1981. American Theatres of Today, 132-134, 1927. American Theatres of Today, 1927. "Lansburgh Notice Work for Loews", Architect and Engineer, 111, 01/1920. "Apartment House for Marion Leventritt, San Francisco", Architect and Engineer of California, 28: 3, 69, 04/1912. "Rationalism of Twentieth Century Architecture", Architect and Engineer of California, 28: 3, 35-38, 04/1912. "El Capitan Theatre", Architectural Digest, 6: 2, 95, Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, "Shrine Civic Auditorium (Al Malaikah Temple), 1920-1926", Architecture in Los Angeles A Compleat Guide, 257, 1985. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California, 38, 1985. "El Capitan Theatre Heating", Los Angeles Examiner, 5, 05/09/1926. "Showhouse construction takes advantage of low costs", Los Angeles Times, part V: 1, 5/4/1930. Goodkin, Barry, "Theatre Openings", Marquee, 30: 1, 31, 1998. "El Capitan Theater", Pacific Coast Architect, 22-25, 1927-07. "El Capitan Theatre plans", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 54, 10/03/1924. "Lansburgh completing plans for theatre", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 56, col 2, 02/27/1925. "Lansburgh prepares plans for El Capitan Theatre", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 56, col 2, 10/31/1924. "Lansburgh, Gustave Albert", Who's Who on the Pacific Coast, 1913, 334, 1913-01-01.