Arthur Brown, Jr. (1874-1957)

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Two of the most famous structures in San Francisco - the Ferry Building and Coit Tower - were designed by architects named Arthur Brown.

Arthur Brown, Jr., whom we consider here, designed Coit Tower. Prior to 1929, Arthur Brown, Jr., was a partner in the firm Bakewell & Brown.

A. Page Brown, whom we consider elsewhere, designed the Ferry Building.

Name Year Address City Sort Address Sort Name
Bancroft Library1949South Hall RoadUC BerkeleySouth HallBancroft Library
Coit Tower19321 Telegraph Hill BoulevardSan FranciscoTelegraphCoit Tower
Cowell Memorial Hospital1930South DriveUC BerkeleySouth 1Cowell Memorial Hospital
Cyclotron Building1940Lawrence RoadBerkeleyLawrenceCyclotron Building
Donner Laboratory Building1941Donner Lab RoadUC BerkeleyDonnerDonner Laboratory Building
Minor Hall1941South DriveUC BerkeleySouth 2Minor Hall
Pacific Gas and Electric General Office Building1945245 Market StreetSan FranciscoMarket 0245Pacific Gas and Electric General Office Building
Sproul Hall1941Sather RoadUC BerkeleySatherSproul Hall
War Memorial Complex1932301 and 401 Van Ness AvenueSan FranciscoVan Ness 0301War Memorial Complex

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