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J. Marx Ayres, George W. Coleman, Isamu Philip Furukawa, Frank Gruys, Howard Raymond Lane, Charles Irving Luckman Sr., William Leonard Pereira

Active 1950-1958

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This prolific architecture and engineering firm headed by William Pereira (1909-1985) and Charles Luckman (1909-1999) was headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. Charles Luckman was previously President of Lever Brothers, the American subsidiary of the Anglo-Dutch firm, Unilever. Lever Brothers was then a leading producer of soap and other hygiene products.

PCAD id: 24

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