Collection consists of the project files and research materials of Southern California architect, Tony Anthony (1922-1997).
Records include photographs, correspondence, clippings, research materials, and project reports.
Born Tolbert Virgil Anthony II in 1922, Tony Anthony attended the University of Kansas, and earned his architectural degree
from USC. Anthony co-founded Anthony and Langford Architects in 1950. Along with partners V. Wallace Langford and E. Roger
Wilner. Anthony created city halls, libraries, community centers, schools, and fire stations for the cities of Los Angeles,
Whittier, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach, Norwalk, El Monte, Santa Fe Springs, Garden Grove, Compton, Lakewood, Glendora, Westminster,
City of Commerce and City of Industry.