Abrams, Harold
Ain, Gregory
Alexander, Robert E.
Anderson, Guy
Antelline, Jon P.
Applebaum, Norm
Batter-Kay Associates
Beadle, Alfred
Beckett, Welton
Benedict, Hiram Hudson
Bird, Fujimoto & Fish
Bonini, Vincent
Brownell, J. Herbert
Buff, Straub and Hensman
Campbell, Donald
Cody, William F.
Crane, Loch
Dammann, Bruce
Davis, Ronald K.
Decker, Arthur
Delawie, Homer
Des Lauriers, Robert
Drake, Gordon
Eckel, George
Eggers, Henry
Ellwood, Craig
Ferris, Robert
Fickett, Edward
Forester, Russell
Fowble, Robert
French, Stanley J.
Frey, Albert
Gill, Irving
Goldberg, Bertrand
Goldman, Donald
Gordon, Kenneth & Robert
Grossman, Greta
Hagadone, Walter
Harris, Harwell Hamilton
Henderson, John
Hester, Henry
Hope, Frank
Hufbauer, Clyde
Hubbell, James
Jones, A. Quincy
Jones, Robert E.
Kahn, Louis
Kellogg, Dick
Kellogg, Kendrick Bangs
Kesling, William
Killingsworth, Brady & Smith
Kowalski, Joseph
Krisel, William
Ladd, Thornton
Lareau, Richard
Lautner, John
Leitch, Richard
Liebhardt, Frederick
Livingstone, Fred
Loring, Arthur
Lotery, Rex
Lumpkins, William
Lykos, George
Macy, Al
Malone, Ed
Marr, Clinton
Matthews, Roger
May, Cliff
McKim, Paul
Mitchell, Delmar
Mock, John
Mortenson, John
Mosher & Drew
Naegle, Dale
Neptune & Thomas
Neutra, Richard
Nomland & Nomland
Norris, Fred
Paderewski, CJ
Patrick, William
Paul & Allard
Paulson, Ted
Periera & Luckman
Platt, Robert
Ray, Eugene
Reed, John
Richards, Sim Bruce
Risley and Gould
Rosser, William
Ruocco, Lloyd
Salerno, Daniel
Schindler, Rudolph
Schoell & Geritz
Sigurdson, John
Simpson and Gerber
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill
Slatton, William
Soriano, Raphael
Spencer & Lee
Stimmel, William
Stone, Edward Durrell
Therkelsen, Lloyde
Tucker, Sadler & Bennett
Turner, Herb
Veitzer, Leonard
Vickery, Dean
Weir Brothers
Weston, Eugene III
Wheeler, Richard
Wright, Frank Lloyd
Wright, John Lloyd
Wright, Lloyd
Wulff and Fifield

A. Quincy Jones (1913-1979)

Archibald Quincy Jones was born in Kansas City, Missouri and secured his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Washington in 1936. Jones then moved to Los Angeles, where he worked in the offices of the modernist architects Douglas Honnold and George Vernon Russell (1936 to 1937) and Burton A. Schutt (1937 to 1939). From 1939 to 1940, he worked for the renowned architect, Paul R. Williams.

Discharged from the US Navy in 1945, Jones returned to Los Angeles and opened an architectural office in the house in Laurel Canyon he had built with his former wife. The years after the War again saw Jones partnering with Paul R. Williams on several projects in the Palm Springs area. Jones also participated in John Entenza’s Case Study House program. The December 1950 issue of the magazine Architectural Forum featured a ‘Builder's House of the Year’ – San Diego’s Sun Villas. It was through his relationship with Joseph Eichler that Jones was provided both the venue and the freedom to implement his concepts in tract housing developments. Jones raised the tract house in California from the simple stucco box to a logically designed structure integrated into the landscape and surrounded by greenbelts. Jones, along with partner Frederick Emmons, designed a number of homes for Eichler. The closest example of these 'Eichler Homes' are the designs for the San Luis Rey Estates tract housing in Oceanside.

Partial List of San Diego Projects

Development of Hotel Del Coronado Property for Ben Deane

Mandeville Center for the Arts (designed 1968, built 1975) on the UCSD Campus
Photograph by Darren Bradley.

Mandeville Center for the Arts (designed 1968, built 1975)
UCSD Campus

Mission Valley West
Design attributed to Jones & Emmons, while architects and engineers were Frank L. Hope & Associates.

Proposed Development on Coronado Island for Irving C. Jordan and Nels G. Severin

San Luis Rey Estates 'Lido' Model

San Luis Rey Estates Tract (1963)
The firm of Jones & Emmons built a number of houses on the following Oceanside streets: Frontier, Sahara, Sands, Las Vegas, Hacienda, Flamingo, Riviera, Mint, Tacayme, Siesta, Redondo, Lun and Sol Sitio.

San Luis Rey Estates 'Newport' Model

Sun Villa - for A.C. Hvistendahl's company Cal-Sun Homes. Photograph by Robert Cleveland.

Sun Villa (1950)
3711 Dudley Street, Point Loma

Sun Villa Model Home (1950)
2548 El Cajon Blvd

Sun Villa (1950)
3021 North Evergreen, Point Loma

Sun Villa (1950)
9211 Lavell, Mt. Helix

Sun Villa (1949)
1040 9th Street, Ramona

Sun Villa (1950)
5417 Pennsylvania Lane, La Mesa

Sun Villa (1951)
2015 S. Nevada Street, Oceanside

Sun Villa (1951)
1647 Berenda Place

Union Rescue Mission (ca. 1950)
Green Oak Ranch, Vista