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Harrison Albright, John Lloyd Wright

Active 1905-

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Architect Harrison Albright (1866-1932) maintained a practice in Philadelphia, PA (c. 1888-1890), before relocating to Charleston, WV, where he worked from 1891 until 1905. In 03/1905, Albright moved again, this time setting up a practice in Los Angeles, CA. Frank Lloyd Wright's son, John Lloyd Wright (1892-1973), worked for Albright c. 1910.

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Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway (ATSF), Inbound Freight Depot #2, Los Angeles, CA1906-1907Los AngelesCA
Brockman Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1917Los AngelesCA
Citizens' Securities Company, Citizens' National Bank Building #1, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1905-1906Los AngelesCA
City of Columbus, City Water Works Pumping House and Electric Light Station, Columbus, IN1901-1903ColumbusIN
City of Coronado, Public Library, Coronado, CA1908CoronadoCA
Consolidated Realty Company, Office Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1909-1910Los AngelesCA
Coronado Bank, Office Building, Coronado, CA1917CoronadoCA
El Prado Complex, San Diego, CA1914-1915San DiegoCA
Golden West Hotel, Downtown, San Diego, CA1911San DiegoCA
Grant, Ulysses S., Hotel, San Diego, CA1905-1910San DiegoCA
Hotel San Diego, San Diego, CA1914San DiegoCA
Laughlin, Homer Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1897Los AngelesCA
Los Angeles Athletic Club (LAAC), Albright Project, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Panama-California Exposition, Spreckels Organ Pavilion, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA1914-1915San DiegoCA
Richmond Hotel, Richmond, VARichmondVA
San Diego Unified School District. Reinforced Concrete School, San Diego, CA1907San DiegoCA
San Diego Union, Office Building #5, San Diego, CA1908San DiegoCA
Spreckels Office Building and Theatre, Downtown, San Diego, CA1910-1912San DiegoCA
Spreckels, John Diedrich, Sr., House, Coronado, CA1907-1908CoronadoCA
Timken Company, Office Building, San Diego, CA1907San DiegoCA
Titus, Harry Lewis, House, San Diego, CACoronadoCA
Waldo Hotel, Clarksburg, WVClarksburgWV
West Baden Springs Hotel #2, West Baden, IN1901-1902West BadenIN
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