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Throughout his career, Myron Hunt completed more than 400 buildings throughout the southland, including schools, hospitals, banks, libraries, hotels, and many private residences. Among his projects in the Pasdena area were the following:
Polytechnic School (1907)
Valley Hunt Club (1907)
Throop Polytechnic Univ. Campus Plan (now Caltech) (1908)
Henry E. Huntington Residence (now Art Gallery) (1910)
Occidental College Plan (1910)
Elks Club (1911)
Huntington Hotel (1913)
Maryland Hotel (1914)
Huntington Library (1920)
Flintridge Golf Club (now St. Francis High School) (1922)
Occidental College (various buildings) (1922)
Rose Bowl (1922)
Pasadena Community Hospital (1922)
Brookside Amphitheatre (1924)
Pasadena Public Library (1927)
Flintridge Hotel (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy) (1927)
La Vina Sanatorium (1927)
Vista del Arroyo Bungalows (1929)
Municipal Golf Club (Arroyo Seco) (1929)
Casita del Arroyo (1933)
Garfield School (1933)
Huntington Memorial Hospital (1940)
For more information on Myron Hunt and his buildings, you can consult the following resources:
Caltech 1910-1950: An Urban Architecture for Southern California, 4 May through 30 June 1983. 1983, Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology.
The Eclectic Architecture of Myron Hunt: A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of San Diego State College, Therese T. Hanafin, 1969.
Interview with Hubbard Hunt: Pasadena Oral History Project, Jan Muntz. 1984, Pasadena Historical Society and Friends of the Pasadena Public Library.
Myron Hunt, 1868-1952: The Search for a Regional Architecture: 3 October-9 December 1984. 1984, Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology.
Myron Hunt at Occidental College: Robert Winter. 1986, Occidental College. Myron Hubbard Hunt Collection, 1815-1957. Huntington Library Manuscripts Dept.