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Male, US, born 01/30/1894, died 04/01/1990

Associated with the firms network

Gogerty and Noerenberg, Architects; Gogerty and Weyl, Architects; Gogerty, Henry L., Organization


Professional History

Superintendent of Airport Construction, United States Army, Signal Corps, 1917-1918; Gogerty attended Field Artillery Officer Training School in 1917. Before setting up his own practice, Gogerty worked for various architecture and engineering firms in TX and CA, 1918-1923. Partner, Gogerty and Weyl, Architects, Los Angeles, CA, c. 1925-1928; Principal, H.L. Gogerty Associates, Architects, Los Angeles, CA, 1928-c. 1965; Gogerty's own firm was also referred to as the "H.L. Gogerty Organization." He retired on or before 1970.

Gogerty obtained his certificate to practice architecture in the State of CA in later 1927. By 01/1928, he severed his business relationship with Carl Weyl. designed 20 school projects for the Compton Unified School District c. 1952 and 25 projects for the Covina Valley Unified School District c. 1960;

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) presented Gogerty a national achievement award in the science of construction for flexible walls he designed for schools in Southern CA. Awarded Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) in 1953.

Education

Liberal Arts Certificate, Dubuque College (also known as Saint Joseph's College), Dubuque, IA, 1912-1913; B.S. Arch., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL, 1917; coursework, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA;

Personal

Henry L. Gogerty was born in Zearing, IA, and died in Los Angeles County, CA, at the age of 96;

Both of his parents were from IA; his mother's maiden name was Haggin.

Gogerty married c. 1922 and divorced before 1930;

Gogerty profiled in: Who's Who in America. 38th edition, 1974-1975. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1974. (WhoAm 38); Who's Who in America. 40th edition, 1978-1979. Wilmette, IL: MarquisWho's Who, 1978. (WhoAm 40); Who's Who in America. 41st edition, 1980-1981. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1980. (WhoAm 41); SSN: 554-50-9326; President, Rotary Club of Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA, 1930-1931; Vice-President, American Legion, California Safety Council, Incorporated, 1953; Director/Chairman, Saint Anne's Foundation, Building Committee, 1954-1955;



Associated Locations

  • Zearing, IA (Architect's Birth)
    Zearing, IA

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  • Los Angeles, CA (Architect's Death)
    Los Angeles, CA

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PCAD id: 1414


NameDateCityState
6274-84 Yucca Street Dance Studio, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1930Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
6654 Hollywood Boulevard Building, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1927Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Antelope Valley Junior College, Lancaster, CA1959
Baine Building, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Biltmore Hotel, Palm Springs, CAPalm SpringsCA
County of Los Angeles, Public Library, Compton Branch, Compton, CA1936ComptonCA
Covina Valley Unified School District, South Hills High School, Covina, CA1963CovinaCA
Gardena Unified School District, Gardena High School, Gardena, CA1956GardenaCA
Grand Central Airport, Hangar, Glendale, CA1929GlendaleCA
Grand Central Airport, Main Terminal, Glendale, CA1928GlendaleCA
Hancock, Allan, College, Santa Maria, CA1961Santa MariaCA
Hollywood Playhouse Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926-1927Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Hughes Aircraft Company, Factory, Culver City, CA1941-1942Culver CityCA
Hughes Aircraft Company, Factory, Fullerton, CA1957-1958FullertonCA
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Dorsey, Susan Miller, High School, South Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA1936-1938Los AngelesCA
Palace Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926-1927Los AngelesCA
Thomson, Fred C., Shops, Los Angeles, CA1928Los AngelesCA
United States Navy (USN), Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), Inyokern, CA1942-1943Inyo County-Kern CountyCA
Visalia Unified School District, Union High School, Visalia, CA1950VisaliaCA
Yucca Vine Tower, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1929Hollywood, Los AngelesCA