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Leo W. Barnett, Abram M. Edelman

Active 1905-1921

Firm Notes

Edelman and Barnett was a well-known architectural firm operating during the first two decades of the twentieth century in Los Angeles, CA. The date of Edelman and Barnett's foundation came from Edelman's obituary in the Architect and Engineer, 3/1941, p. 68.

Edelman practiced on his own in 1922, maintaining an office at 354 South Spring Street, Room #826. (See Los Angeles, California, City Directory, 1922, p. 2929.)

PCAD id: 373


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