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John L. Chapman, Olive Chaydeane, Joseph Leopold Eichler, Frederick Earl Emmons, Archibald Quincy Jones, Nisan Yale Matlin, Donald Gene Park

Active 1950-1969

Jones and Emmons maintained their busy practice in Los Angeles, CA. They were active designers throughout all of CA.

PCAD id: 118

901 Airole Way, Bel-Air, Los Angeles, CA1964-1965
Brastoff, Sascha, Ceramics Factory, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Brody House, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Building Contractors' Association Building, Pomona, CA1954PomonaCA
Colony Park Housing Tract
Daphne, Nicholas P., Funeral Home, Mint Hill, San Francisco, CA 1952-1953San FranciscoCA
Eichler Homes, Incorporated, 1843 North Woodside Street House, Orange, CAOrangeCA
Eichler Homes, Incorporated, 602 East Briardale Avenue House, Orange, CAFairmeadows, OrangeCA
Eichler Homes, Incorporated, Greenmeadow Housing Tract, Palo Alto, CA1954-1955Palo AltoCA
Eichler Homes, Incorporated, Terra Linda Housing Tract, San Rafael, CA1955-1956San RafaelCA
Eichler Homes, Incorporated, X-100 Prototype House, Highlands-Baywood Park, San Mateo, CA1956San MateoCA
Emmons, Frederick, House, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA1955Los AngelesCA
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, Saint Matthew's Church #2, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA 1954Los AngelesCA
Estates Oceanside Housing Development, San Luis Rey, CASan Luis ReyCA
Fairmeadow Housing Tract, Palo Alto, CA1953Palo AltoCA
HOME NBC Television Program Model House Project
Huberland House, Encino, Los Angeles, CA1954Los AngelesCA
Hugheston Meadows Housing Tract
Jones and Emmons Architectural Office, Los Angeles, CA1955
Ladera Housing Community, Ladera, CA1945-1946
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Campbell High School, Studio City, Los Angeles, CA1951Los AngelesCA
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Clover Avenue School, Los Angeles, CA1954Los AngelesCA
Nordlinger HouseLos AngelesCA
Northwest House
Pardee-Phillips Housing Tract, Pacific Palisades, CALos AngelesCA
Romanoff's on the Rocks Restaurant, Palm Springs, CAPalm SpringsCA
Shorecliff Tower Apartments, Santa Monica, CA1963Santa MonicaCA
Southdown Estates Houses, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, CA1952Los AngelesCA
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Young, Charles, Research Library (YRL), Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1964Los AngelesCA
West Wilshire Swimming Pool, Los Angeles1955Los AngelesCA
American Architects Directory, 1956, 1956 edition: 281, 1955. Jennings, Jim, "Time ran out for a Modernist urban oasis", ArcCA, 1, 48, 2000. "Ladera", Arts and Architecture, 4/1952. Jones, A. Quincy, Emmons, Frederick E., Builders' Homes for Better Living, 1957. Ditto, Jerry, Stern, Lanning, Eichler Homes: Design for Living, 1995. Adamson, Paul, Arbunich, Marty, Eichler: Modernism Rebuilds the American Dream, 2002. Eichler, Joseph, Eichler, Steven, Greenmeadow--still vital after 40 years, 1994. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California, 174, 1985. Home Buyer's Handbook, 50-52, 1956. Home Buyer's Handbook, 47-49, 1956. Betsky, Aaron, "The unloved one", Interiors, 158: 3, 28, 30, 03/1999. "1966 Library Buildings Award Program", Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 46: 2, 54, 08/1966. "A Communal Life that Approaches the Ideal", Living for Young Homemakers, front cover, 7/1955. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 102, 1994. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 332, 1994. "Man about the house; Joseph Eichler's tract houses endure as masterpieces of snazzy midcentury populism", Los Angeles Magazine, 38, 11/2000. Haithman, Diane, "Frederick E. Emmons; retired L. A. architect", Los Angeles Times, A20, A21, 8/28/1999. Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles Times, 24, 1994. Nyren, Ron, "Mortuary kombat", Metropolis, 18: 7, 43, 55, 04/1999. Eckardt, Wolf Von, "A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons", Mid-Century Architecture in America, 216, 1961. Mid-Century Architecture in America, 135, 1961. Eckardt, Wolf Von, "A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons", Mid-Century Architecture in America, 215, 1961. Harrison, Susan Hall, Post World War II tract houses : the subdivision developments of Joseph L. Eichler, 1949-1956, 1980. Honnold, Douglas, Southern California Architecture 1769-1956, 64, 1956. DeLong, David, Jamieson, Kathleen Hall, Sunnylands: Art and Architecture of the Annenberg Estate in Rancho Mirage, 5, 2010.