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Male, US, born 1890-03-31, died 1978-05-31

Associated with the firms network

Adams, Davis, Flewelling, Weston, Weston and Wright, Associated Architects; Gill, Irving J., Architect; Taliesin Fellowship; Wright, Lloyd, Architect


Professional History

Draftsman, Frank Lloyd Wright Office, Oak Park, IL; assisted his father in Fiesole, Italy, to produce the drawings for the Wasmuth Portfolio, a publication that had a significant impact in Europe; Draftsman, Irving J. Gill, Architect, San Diego, CA, 1911-?;

Lloyd Wright operated a celebrated architectural practice in Los Angeles beginning in the early 1920s;

SSN: 560-56-9619;

Education

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, two years of coursework in agronomy and engineering;

Personal

Lloyd Wright was born in Illinois and died in Los Angeles County, CA, at the age of 88;

Lloyd Wright was the eldest son of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), probably the best known American architect.

Wright married the actress, Helen Taggart Pole (1892-1977).

Son: Eric Lloyd Wright, (born in Los Angeles, CA, 11/09/1929)

He was known as "Lloyd Wright" to differentiate him (sort of) from his famous father.


PCAD id: 293


NameDateCityState
Aliso Village, Los Angeles, CA1941-1942Los AngelesCA
Bazett, Sidney N. and Clara Louise Reno, House, Hillsborough Park, Hillsborough, CA1940-1940HillsboroughCA
Bollman, Henry House, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1922Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Bollman, Otto, House, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1922Los AngelesWA
Bowler House, Palos Verdes Estates, CAPalos Verdes EstatesCA
Calori House, Glendale, CA1925-1926GlendaleCA
Civic Center for Los Angeles ProjectLos AngelesCA
Colbert HouseLos AngelesCA
Derby House, Glendale, CA1925-1926GlendaleCA
Evans House, Los Angeles, CA1936Los AngelesCA
Hartford, Huntington, Theatre Square Project, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Healy House, Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA1949-1952Los AngelesCA
Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926-1929Hollywood, Los AngelesCA
Johnson House, Los Angeles, CA1963Los AngelesCA
Lewis House, Glendale, CA1925-1926GlendaleCA
Lombardi House, Palos Verdes Estates, CAPalos Verdes EstatesCA
Millard, Alice House, Pasadena, CA1923PasadenaCA
Millard, Alice, Studio, Pasadena, CA1926PasadenaCA
Moore, Dr. Louis T., House, Palos Verdes Estates, CA1957-1959Palos Verdes EstatesCA
Oasis Building Bell Tower, Palm Springs, CAPalm SpringsCA
Oasis Hotel, Palm Springs, CA1923-1925Palm SpringsCA
Ramona Gardens Public Housing, Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Samuel House, Brentwood, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Samuel, Louis, House, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Sowden, Jack, House, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1926Los AngelesCA
Taggart, Martha, House, Los Feliz, Los Angeles, CA1922-1923Los AngelesCA
Wayfarers' Chapel, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA1949-1951Palos Verdes EstatesCA
Weber, William J., House, Los Angeles, CA1921Los AngelesCA
Wright, Lloyd, House, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Wright, Lloyd, Studio, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Yucca-Vine Drive-In Market, Los Angeles, CA1928Los AngelesCA
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