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N 8 B 459 C 1 E Jun 2, 2021 F Jun 4, 2021
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Architect Hugh Gibbs remodeled the English Tudor style house for Jack Harley in 1966. Located at 4260 North Virginia Road in Long Beach, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 8 B 736 C 0 E Sep 13, 2019 F Sep 15, 2019
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Architect Don David A.I.A. designed the Modernist style house for Errol Pickett Roquet and his wife Cora nee VanDonselaar Roquet in 1963, adding 1200 sq. ft, and attached garage to an existing 972 sq. ft. residence originally designed by Hugh Gibbs in 1945. The house is located at 95 Rivo Alto Canal in Naples, California.

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N 5 B 541 C 0 E Jul 25, 2019 F Jul 25, 2019
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Architect Hugh Gibbs A.I.A. designed the Modernist style office building for Bass and Wetlund in 1940. The building is located at 3591 Long Beach Boulevard in Long Beach, California.

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N 1 B 315 C 0 E Sep 14, 2019 F Sep 14, 2019
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Architect Don Gibbs, FAIA designed the Mike and Arline Pyramid in 1994. a 4,000 seat arena on the campus of Long Beach State University. It is one of only three true pyramid-style buildings in the United States, the others being Luxor Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada and Pyramid Arena in Memphis, Tennessee. The Walter Pyramid is currently home to the Long Beach State 49ers men's basketball and Long Beach State 49ers women's basketball programs, as well as the Long Beach State 49ers men's volleyball and Long Beach State 49ers women's volleyball programs.

Don Gibbs joined his father architect Hugh Gibbs in 1960. As Gibbs & Gibbs, the firm designed many projects including Navy Regional Medical Center in San Diego; Long Beach Navy Hospital; the VA Biological Research Building in Long Beach; Walter Pyramid, Psychology Building, Music Complex, School of Dance and Theaters at California State University, Long Beach; various elementary, intermediate, and high schools; court houses, post offices, banks, and city halls of Long Beach and Downey.

Located on the campus of Long Beach State University, 1259 North Bellflower Boulevard, Long Beach, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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N 3 B 382 C 0 E Aug 27, 2022 F Aug 29, 2022
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Architect Hugh Gibbs designed the Colonial Revival style house for Long Beach oilman O.M. Slosson in 1949. A native of Los Angeles, Mr. Slosson founded the Slosson Oil Transportation Co. in Long Beach i 1931. After discharge from the U.S. Navy in ?World War I, he worked in the oil fields of Texas and Arkansas. In 1952 he drilled oil wells in Wilmington and Whittier. He also discovered oil in the Tejon Hills near Bakersfield, where an oil sand, the Slosson Oil Pool was named for him. The house is located at 4121 Cedar Street in the Virginia Country Club neighborhood of Long Beach, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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