Structure Type: built works - public buildings - schools - high schools

Designers: Allison and Allison, Architects (firm); David Clark Allison (architect); James Edward Allison (architect)

Dates: constructed 1920-1921

Fowler, CA

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Building History

The well-known designer of school buildings, Allison and Allison, Architects, of Los Angeles, obtained the contract to plan and supervise construction of the Fowler High School in 1920. As noted in the Southwest Builder and Contractor, Allison and Allison called for bids by 03/05/1920 in 12 areas: Contract 1 covered excavating, concrete, masonry, terra cotta, iron and carpenter work; 2, for sheet metal work; 3, for tile roofing; 4, for composition roofing; 5, for plastering; 6, for blackboards; 7, for painting; 8, for electrical work; 9, for plumbing and gas fitting; 10, for program clocks; 11, for hardware; and 12 for heating and ventilating equipment and installation. (See "Proposals Wanted," Southwest Builder and Contractor, vol. 55, no. 7, 02/20/1920, p. 44.)

PCAD id: 13837