This collection contains the
professional papers and architectural drawings of Los Angeles architect Wallace Neff
(1895-1982), best known for designing elegant Spanish Colonial-revival homes for famous
clients in Southern California in the 1920s and 1930s. In a career spanning over 50 years,
Neff designed many notable residential and institutional buildings, and innovated a
low-cost, concrete housing design he called the Airform.
Wallace Neff (1895-1982) was a Los Angeles architect who designed many residential and
institutional buildings of note in Southern California from 1919 to 1975.
918.7 Linear Feet
(54 boxes and 262 oversize folders)
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