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Robert Oliver Clements, Stiles Oliver Clements, Octavius Weller Morgan Sr., Charles C. Wagner, John A. Walls

Active 1923-1937

Firm Notes

Morgan, Walls and Clements operated in Los Angeles, CA between 1923 and 1937. Octavius Weller Morgan, Sr., (1886-1951) and Stiles O. Clements (1883-1966) were the primary design influences within the firm.

PCAD id: 46


NameDateCityState
611 South La Brea Avenue Automobile Showroom, Los Angeles, CA1927Los AngelesCA
Adamson, Merritt Huntley and Rhoda Rindge Adamson, House, Malibu, CA1928-1929MalibuCA
American Telephone and Telegraph Company (A, T and T), Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, Office Building, Los Angeles, CA1911Los AngelesCA
Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, Branch, 6780 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Bank of Italy, Branch, Oceanside, CA1927OceansideCA
Bank of Italy, Headquarters Building #1, Los Angeles, CA1920-1922Los AngelesCA
Bank of Italy National Trust and Savings Association, Branch, Compton, CA1927Compton
Belasco Theatre #2, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926Los AngelesCA
Beverly Hills Unified School District, Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, CA1926-1927Beverly HillsWA
Blackstone's Department Store #2, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1916-1917Los AngelesCA
Casa Camino Real, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Chapman Park Apartments, 615 South Alexandria Avenue, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Chapman Park Market, Koreatown, Los Angeles, CA1928-1929Los AngelesCA
Chapman Park Studio Building, Central Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA1928-1929Los AngelesCA
Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA1929Los AngelesCA
Clements, Robert O., House, San Marino, CASan MarinoCA
Clements, Stiles O., House, Beverly Hills, CABeverly HillsCA
Clements Supermarket
Coast Savings Bank, Main Office Building #1, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926Los AngelesCA
Cobb, Olive J., Building, Central Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA1923-1924Los AngelesCA
Coulter's Department Store, Wilshire Branch, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Crescent Creamery Company, Production Facility, Los Angeles, CA1924Los AngelesCA
DeHaven, Carter, Music Box Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926Los AngelesCA
Dominguez-Wilshire Building, Los Angeles, CA1928-1930Los AngelesCA
El Capitan Office Building, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1924-1926Los AngelesCA
El Capitan Theatre #1, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1922-1926Los AngelesCA
Famous Department Store, Long Beach, CALong BeachCA
Fuller Paint Company Warehouse, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Godfredson Truck Corporation, Office Building, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Highland Towers Apartments, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Hite Building, Los Angeles, CA1923-1924Los AngelesCA
Hollenbeck Home for the Aged, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, CA 1896Los AngelesCA
Hollywood Cemetery, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1900Los AngelesCA
Hollywood Park Race Track, Turf Club, Los Angeles, CA1937Inglewood, Los AngelesCA
Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Hall, Exposition Park, Los Angeles, CA1923-1924Los AngelesCA
Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Hall, Oro Grande, CA1924Oro GrandeCA
Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Hall, Van Nuys, Los Angeles, CA1924Los AngelesCA
Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Hall, Watts, Los Angeles, CA1926Los AngelesCA
Julian Medical Building, Owl Drug Company, Store, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1934Los AngelesCA
KEHE Radio Building, Los Angeles, CA1936Los AngelesCA
Klein-Norton Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA1924-1925Los AngelesCA
Leimert Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1931Crenshaw District, Los AngelesCA
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Jefferson, Thomas High School, Los Angeles, CA1936Los AngelesCA
Masonic Building, Golden State Lodge, Los Angeles, CA1925Los AngelesCA
Mayan Theatre, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1926-1927Los AngelesCA
McKinley Building, Wilshire Center, Los Angeles, CA 1927Los AngelesCA
Mullen and Bluett Department Store, Miracle Mile, Los Angeles, CA1947-1949Los AngelesCA
Murray, Arthur, Dance Studio, Los Angeles, CA1941Los AngelesCA
Pacific National Bank, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926Los AngelesCA
Pellissier Building, Los Angeles, CA1930-1931Los AngelesCA
Pig 'N Whistle Restaurant, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1927Los AngelesCA
Professional Building, Phoenix, AZPhoenixAZ
Richfield Oil Company of California, Office Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 1928-1929Los AngelesCA
Samson Tyre and Rubber Company, Factory, Los Angeles, CA1929-1930City of Commerce, Los AngelesCA
Security-1st National Bank, 5209 Wilshire Boulevard Branch, Los Angeles, CA1929Los AngelesCA
Story Building #2, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1908-1909Los AngelesCA
Thorpe Building, Los Angeles, CA1924Los AngelesCA
Toberman Storage Company, Warehouse, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1925Los AngelesCA
Warner Brothers Western Theatre, Los Angeles, CA1930-1931Los AngelesCA
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