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Walter R. Hagedohm, Albert Carey Martin Sr., Arthur McArthur, Kemper Nomland

Active 1908-1945

Albert Carey Martin, Sr., operated his own firm during most of the first half of the twentieth century; he was one of the earliest offices to provide architectural and engineering services from the same firm. In 1917, he occupied Office #430 in the Higgins Building, a office tower he designed. He re-incorporated with his sons, Albert Carey, Jr., and J. Edward Martin, in 1945, as A.C. Martin and Associates;

PCAD id: 2381


NameDateCityState
Boulevard Theater, Los Angeles, CA1925Los AngelesCA
Brunswig Drug Company, Factory, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1931Los AngelesCA
Calvary Cemetery, Gateway and Keeper's Lodge, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA1922Los AngelesCA
Camarillo Mercantile Company, Building, Camarillo, CA1914CamarilloCA
Chapel of Mary Magdalen, Camarillo, CA1913CamarilloCA
Forrester Park, Building, Ventura, CA1914VenturaCA
Furnace Creek Inn, Death Valley, CA1927-1935
General Electric Company (GE), Office and Warehouse Building, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Hamburger, A., and Sons, Department Store #2, Los Angeles, CA1907Los AngelesCA
Higgins Office Building, Los Angeles, CA1908-1910Los AngelesCA
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Lincoln, Abraham High School, Los Angeles, CA1937-1938
May Company, Department Store, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA1940Los AngelesCA
Million Dollar Theatre, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1917-1918Los AngelesCA
New Calvary Cemetary and Mausoleum Entance Gates, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, CA1923Los AngelesCA
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Saint Matthias Church, Huntington Park, CA1913Huntington ParkCA
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Saint Monica's Church, Santa Monica, CA1925Santa MonicaCA
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Saint Thomas the Apostle Church, Parish Hall, Pico Heights, Los Angeles, CA1909Los AngelesCA
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Saint Vincent de Paul Church, Los Angeles, CA1923-1925Los AngelesCA
Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno, Saint Alphonsus of Ligouri, Catholic Church, Fresno, CA1913-1914FresnoCA
Sunset Pier Recreation Complex, Venice, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
Superior Court of California, County of Ventura, Courthouse #2, Ventura, CA1912-1913VenturaCA
Wonderland Theatre, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
"Personals", American Architect, CXXIV: 2430, 16, 1923-10-10. "Plans for church building at Los Angeles, A.C. Martin", Builder and Contractor, 19, 1913-04-10. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 234, 1994. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 261, 1994. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, "St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church", Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 267, 1994. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 300, 1994. "Plans for parish hall", Los Angeles Daily Journal, 2, col 1, 07/07/1909. "Wonderland Theatre plans", Los Angeles Times, 9, 12/26/1909. Jones, Roger E., "Decoratively, artistically, architecturally - it presents something unique and beautiful: the Million Dollar Theatre, Los Angeles, California", Marquee, 34: 2, 6-13, 32, 2002. Woodbridge, Sally Byrne, "A tale of two civic centers: development around the city halls of Beverly Hills and Pasadena, California", Progressive Architecture, 74: 4, 98-103, 131, 1993-04. "Calvary Cemetery Gateway and Lodge, East Los Angeles", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 33, col. 2, 12/15/1922. "Sunset Pier Amusement Buildings", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 49, col 1, 1921-05-30. "Plans for stone gateway", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 13, col 2, 03/25/1920. "Camarillo Mercantile Company Building Plans", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 13, col 2, 1914-03-14. "Forrester Park Building Plans", Southwest Builder and Contractor, 13, col 2, 1914-08-08. "Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church fund formed", Southwest Contractor and Manufacturer, 21, col 3, 04/26/1913.