The Gordon B. Kaufmann drawings span 9 linear feet and date from 1933 to 1940. The collection is composed of architectural
drawings which document three different projects: the Hollywood Palladium Ballroom and Shops (Los Angeles, Calif.), the Weaver
Jackson Shop proposed alteration (Westwood, Calif.), and the Newspaper Plan for the Times-Mirror Co. (Los Angeles, Calif.).
Gordon Bernie Kaufmann was born on March 18, 1888 in the United Kingdom. He studied at the London Polytechnic Institute from
which he graduated circa 1910. Kaufmann relocated to Los Angeles, California in 1914. From 1921 to 1925 Kaufmann was part
of the partnership Johnson, Kaufmann and Coate, Architects located in Pasadena, California. Starting in 1925, Kaufmann worked
independently until 1949, the year of his death.
9.0 Linear feet
(3 flat file folders)
Open for use by qualified researchers.