Office records for the architectural firm of W.P. Day, including correspondence, financial and personnel records, project
files, and plans; together with some personal papers, and other documents. Projects represented include Golden Gate International
Exposition (1939-1940) and San Francisco International Airport (1951).
William Petyon Day was an architect, of San Francisco, California.
2 boxes, 1 carton (2.0 linear ft.)
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