The Paul Sterling Hoag papers span 23 linear feet and date from circa 1950 to circa 1985. About 200 architectural commissions
designed by Hoag are documented with drawings and some photography. The collection contains black-and-white and color interior
and exterior photographs of Hoag’s buildings mounted on boards with descriptions on the versos, clippings from the
Los Angeles Times Home magazine regarding Hoag’s work, a letter from Esther McCoy to Paul Hoag, and architectural drawings and reprographic copies
of residential buildings and some commercial and public buildings primarily in the Los Angeles area.
Paul Sterling Hoag was born in Spokane, Washington in 1913. He graduated from Stanford with a degree in architecture in 1934.
Between 1945-1946, Hoag worked as a draftsman for Richard Neutra. From 1946 to 1948, he worked for architect Paul Robinson
23.0 Linear feet
(2 record storage boxes and 7 flat file drawers)
Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.