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Arthur Bishop Chamberlin, Elmer H. Fisher, John Parkinson, Paul J. Van Trees

Active 1888-1894; 1895-1905; 1915-1920

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John Parkinson, Architect, had a solo practice as a building contractor and architect in Napa, CA, c. 1885-1889. The architect worked on his own in Seattle, WA, in 1890-1894. He also worked on his own in Los Angeles, CA, between 1895-1905 and 1915-1920.

PCAD id: 85


NameDateCityState
Ballard, William R., Flats, Ballard, Seattle, WA1889SeattleWA
Bank of Napa, Headquarters Building #2, Downtown, Napa, CA1888NapaCA
Bernard, Susana Machado, House and Barn, Los Angeles, CA1901Los AngelesCA
Blackstone's Department Store #2, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1916-1917Los AngelesCA
Braly, John Hyde, Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 1903-1904Los AngelesCA
Burdick Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 1888-1889Los AngelesCA
City of Los Angeles, Fire Department (LAFD), Engine Company #18, Station #1, Los Angeles, CA1904Los AngelesCA
City of Portland, City Hall #2 Project, Portland, OR1890PortlandOR
County of Los Angeles, Distributing Station #12, Los Angeles, CA1903Los AngelesCA
Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, Office Building Project, Seattle, WA1890-1891
Garland, William, House, Central Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA1899-1900Los AngelesCA
Grant Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1901-1902Los AngelesCA
Hilton, G.H., Double House, Seattle, WA1890SeattleWA
Hotel Alexandria, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1905-1906Los AngelesCA
Hotel Maryland #1, Pasadena, CA1903-1904PasadenaCA
Hotel Olive, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1904-1905Los AngelesCA
Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), Hall Project, Seattle, WA1889SeattleWA
Jesuit College and Church, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Johnson, O.T., Commercial Building #2, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1902Los AngelesCA
King Edward Hotel, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Mason Opera House, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 1902-1903Los AngelesCA
Napa Valley Unified School District, High School Project, Napa, CA1888NapaCA
Natick House, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA 1883-1884Los AngelesCA
Parkinson, John and Meta, House #1, Los Angeles, CA1900-1901Los AngelesCA
Parkinson, John and Meta, House #2, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Parkinson, John and Meta, House #3, Santa Monica, CA1919-1920Santa MonicaCA
Parkinson, John, House, Seattle, WA1890SeattleWA
Portland Chamber of Commerce, Headquarters Building Project, Portland, OR1890PortlandOR
Seattle Athletic Club #1, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA1892-1893SeattleWA
Seattle National Bank Building, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA1890-1892SeattleWA
Seattle Pacific University (SPU), Seattle Seminary Building, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Seattle Public Schools, Cascade School, Cascade, Seattle, WA 1893-1894SeattleWA
Seattle Public Schools, Day, B.F., School, Fremont, Seattle, WA1891-1892SeattleWA
Seattle Public Schools, Denny School, 5th Avenue and Battery Street, Downtown, Seattle, WA 1883-1884SeattleWA
Seattle Public Schools, Pacific School, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Seattle Seminary, Alexander Hall, Ross Station, Seattle, WA1892-1893SeattleWA
Security-1st National Bank, Branch, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1921Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Southern California Edison, Electric Power Station #3, Los Angeles, CA1902Los AngelesCA
Southern California Edison Office Building #1, Downtown, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Stearns, Colonel John E., House, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Superior Court of California, Shasta County, Courthouse Project, Redding, CA1888ReddingCA
Wholesale Terminal, Building #1, East 7th Street and South Central Avenue, Wholesale District, Los Angeles, CA1915-1917Los AngelesCA
Wholesale Terminal, Building #2, East 7th Street and South Central Avenue, Wholesale District, Los Angeles, CA1917-1919Los AngelesCA
Wholesale Terminal, Building #3, East 7th Street and South Central Avenue, Wholesale District, Los Angeles, CA1919Los AngelesCA
World's Columbian Exposition, Washington State Pavilion Project, Chicago, IL1892ChicagoIL
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