John Lloyd Wright, American architect. Recipient cash award Chicago Builders Association, 1928; gold certificate Indianapolis Archtl Exhibit, 1928; citation award Society American Registered Architects, 1967, gold medal, 1959. Fellow American; Club: Cliff Swellers (Chicago Inventor Lincoln logs, 1918, Wright blocks, 1932 (both toys).
September, 1921; children—John Lloyd II, (Mistress Gordon Ingraham). Married second, Frances Polachek Welsh, September 23, 1942. 1 stepson, Louis M. Welsh.
Draftsman, Harrison Albright, architect, San Diego, 1911-1912. Assistant to Frank Lloyd Wright, architect, 1913-1918. Proprietor John Lloyd Wright Inc., toy designer, Chicago, 1919-1922.
Private practice, Long Beach, California, 1923-1939. Architectural designer federal defense projects, 1940-1944. Private practice, Long Beach, 1945-1946, Del Mar, California, 1947-1972.
Instructor factors of art in modern architecture University of California at San Diego extension, 1948-1949. Exhbt. The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, John Herron The Art Institute of Chicago, Indianapolis, Metropolitan Museum New York, Cliff Dwellers, Chicago, Art Center, La Jolla, California American International Assurance delegate International Congress Architects, Rome, Italy, 1935. Chairman planning commission, Del March 1959-1960.
Born December 12, 1892