Wolfe & Higgins: Master Architects of the Spanish Revival

MASTER ARCHITECTS OF THE SPANISH REVIVAL

LEARN MORE ABOUT ARCHITECTS FRANK DELOS WOLFE AND WILLIAM ERNEST HIGGINS

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO...

San José architect Frank Wolfe, already well known in California for his innovative Prairie-style residential designs, partnered with his son Carl Wolfe and William Ernest Higgins to form what would become one of the most prolific architectural firms of its time. Early adopters of the Spanish Revival style that swept California in the 1920s, the firm of Wolfe & Higgins lasted only fourteen years but in that short time produced more than 500 homes, commercial buildings, and institutional buildings. Among these are some of the most recognizable architectural landmarks in Northern California and some of the most beautiful houses in the Santa Clara Valley.  

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Wolfe & Higgins: Master Architects of the Spanish Revival by Krista Van Laan 

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