The Lawrence C. Test papers span 4.5 linear feet and date from circa 1930 to circa 1980. The collection contains architectural
drawings and reproductions, presentation boards, a poster, and newspaper clippings from
The Los Angeles Times.. The architectural drawings are primarily of residences and residential remodels in the Southern California area, most in
Lawrence C. Test was a Pasadena based architect. Born in 1891, Test apprenticed under Reginald Johnson. He was a member of
the American Institute of Architects from 1930-1935 and from 1945 to 1953. Test’s more notable projects include: the Hernly
House (1949) and the Dickinson House (1941). Lawrence Test died in 1981.
4.5 Linear feet
(1 oversize box and 1 flat file drawer)
Open for use by qualified researchers.