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EDWARD KILLINGSWORTH, FAIA (1917-2004)

Killingsworth was born in Taft CA and in 1921 his oilman father moved the family to Long Beach CA. During Killingsworth's years at Wilson High School, his original ambition was to become a painter, but he decided to major in architecture at USC, graduating in 1940. He served in WWII and earned a Bronze Star. After WWII, Killingsworth worked for Long Beach architect Kenneth S. Wing from 1946-1953. Killingsworth was "discovered" in 1950 as John Entenza, creator of the Case Study Program, drove by Killingsworth's in-laws' recently built house in Los Alamitos. When Entenza found out Killingsworth was the architect, he invited him to participate in the program.

Killingsworth partnered with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith in 1953 and together they designed four Case Study Houses (3 still standing as of 2020). Smith left the partnership in 1963. From 1984 until his retirement in the early 2000s, Killingsworth was a partner in Killingsworth Stricker Lindgren Wilson and Associates. For more than 40 years from 1962, he established and implemented the masterplan for the CSULB campus. Killingsworth also designed the main architecture building of his alma mater, the USC School of Architecture's Watt Hall where he served as adjunct professor. Bio adapted from Wikipedia. Research by Catherine Westergaard Cramer and Michael Locke.


Subdivisions: Marina Shores


1936 - The Fredrick T. Mondientz House, 2095 Maine Avenue, Long Beach CA. Needs verification.


1936 - The Ray Stillings House, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


1949 - The W. A. Duckham House, 209 Emerald Bay, Laguna Beach CA. Possibly a remodel; needs verification.


1949 - The Gertrude Blanche Whited House, 270 East Plenty Street, Long Beach CA. One bedroom cottage, just under 800 sf. Became a rental. Sold in 2013 to Debra Lynn Kabrin.


1949 - The Paul W. and Winifred Prince House, 269 East San Antonio Drive, Long Beach CA. Russell S. Best was the builder. Sold in 1963 to John Roggeveen. Sold in 1999 to Maximo Iglesias. Photo by Michael Locke.


1952 - The W. Lehnhardt House, La Reina Street, Downey CA. Status unknown.


1952 - The Killingsworth Apartments, 6800-6806 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Sold in 1998 to Warmside Rentals, LLC. Sold in 2000 to Stewart A. Sterling. Sold in 2002 to Ken Miezejewski. Photos by Michael Locke.


1953 - The Patsy Seeley House, Long Beach CA. One of Killingsworth's earliest solo designs. The yellow wall surrounding the garden is a steel shock wall to help brace the home against earthquakes. Status unknown.


1953 - The William S. and Julia A. Cheney House, 5370 East El Prado Avenue, Long Beach CA. Kenneth S. Wing was the architect. Killingsworth did plot plans and designs for a cabana addition in the pool area in 1953. Sold to Gary and Julia Smith. Sold in 2002 to Roger and Teri Granbo who made some updates in 2004. Photo by Michael Locke.


1953 - The Len L. Cowley House, 5401 East El Cedral Street, Long Beach CA. Designed by Kenneth Wing. Killingsworth did the the plot plan and designed a lamp post. Sold to Lawrence and Sandra Lewis. Sold to George and Patricia Wise. Sold in 2015 to Benjamin and Yvette Stepanoff who added the second floor in 2017 and made some major modifications (bottom photo, by Michael Locke).


1953 - The Carl Lundgren House, 10141 Nutwood Street, Anaheim CA. Additions in 1957. Address has since changed. Photos from the Long Beach newspaper, 10/3/1954. Status unknown.


1953 - The Alexander McKenna House, Riviera, Hollywood CA. Status unknown.


1953 - The John Morrison Remodel, 7822 East 6th Street, Downey CA. Kitchen remodel; original house built in 1935. Sold in 2001 to Rene and Maria Denis.


1954 - The R. E. Bachmann House, 9342 Crosby, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


1954 - The W. B. Fether House, Long Beach CA. Likely unbuilt.


1954 - The Maurice Holladay Alterations, 169 Rivo Alto Canal, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1949. Photo by Michael Locke.


1954 - The R. P. Kemmerer Addition, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


1954 - The Marion Collins House, 3865 Walnut Avenue, Long Beach CA. Address no longer exists. Likely unbuilt.


1954 - The Burton Pike Addition. Original house built in 1950 and designed by architect Donald A. Davis. Addition of family room with dressing rooms and bath for pool. Status unknown.


1954 - The Joseph Young Renovation, Long Beach CA. Primarily a kitchen renovation. Status unknown.


1954 - The Roy Peterson House, 4640 Virginia Road, Long Beach CA. Likely unbuilt. Killingsworth designed alterations for Howard Day (bottom rendering) at this address around 1963, unbuilt.


1954 - The Kinsey House, Whittier CA.  Status unknown.


1954 - The R. F. Matlock House, 270 Park Avenue, Long Beach CA. Likely unbuilt.


1954 - The William M. and Millicent Forman Barry House, 1131 Ramillo Avenue, Long Beach CA. Designed with John Brady and Waugh Smith. Sold to Barry Ceverha. Sold in 2006 to Richard Smythe. Sold in 2020 to Elizabeth Acord. Photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The W. R. Hollingsworth House, 1812 Palm Avenue, Manhattan Beach CA. Destroyed around 1998.


1955 - The Richard L. and Margaret M. Russell House, 5586 Naples Canal, Long Beach CA. Designed with John Brady and Waugh Smith. Ernest Adler & Son was the builder. Still owned by Mrs. Russell as of 2021. Photos by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Thomas and Mary Kiddie House, 2 Laguna Place, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Has been extensively remodeled. Sold in 2018 to Terrance Goins and Jacques Corsia. For sale in 2021. Top two photos by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Charles W. and Gladys T. Campbell Alterations and Addition, 3805 Weston Place, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1946. Alterations designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Pacific Contracting Corp was the builder. Campbell was president and general manager of Campbell Buick Company. Top photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Daisy Terrace Apartments, 545-547 West 1st Street, Long Beach CA. Two twelve-unit apartments built by A. H. Ormsvy. Destroyed around 1967.


1955 - The David D. and Dorothy Spaulding Dunlap Alteration, 4225 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. Original 1941 house designed by Miller and Gibbs architects. Killingsworth designed an upstairs dressing room with Waugh Smith. David Dunlap was a Long Beach oil pioneer and president of D.D. Dunlap Oil Company and acted in the capacity of builder. Sold in 2000 to Jeffery and Jennifer Patterson who remodeled the 2nd floor bath. In 2003 the first floor kitchen was extended and remodeled, a sun roof was added, 2nd floor bath and closet was remodeled and a bedroom was added. Sold in 2015 to Sumer Ann Temple-King. Photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Benjamin Feldman House, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1955 - The Phillip B. and Nancy W. Hartley House, 5611 East El Parque Street, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Contractor Ernest Adler and Son. The Hartleys added a pool in 1964 and a covered attached patio in 1970. Sold in 1976 to Edward and Diane Arnold. Sold in 2000 to David and Nancy Zipparian. Sold in 2016 to Active Real Estate Investments. Sold in 2017 to John and Olga Lah. Top photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Griffith W. Jehu House, 5450 East El Jardin Street, Long Beach CA. Built by Skyline Construction Co. Sold to the Lynch Family Trust. Sold in 2015 to Michael and Autumn Rose who added a second story addition in 2018. Top photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Walter (Melvin) and Dagmar Killingsworth Alterations and Additions, 3935 Falcon Avenue, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1941. Melvin and Dagmar, Edward Killingsworth's brother and sister-in-law, bought the house in 1945, and Killingsworth remodeled the entry and the kitchen. Stromberg and Son was the builder. In 1971 Killingsworth added a bedroom with exterior patio. Sold to Kenneth Lally. Sold in 2009 to Julie Somers. Photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Frank Lamb Alterations, Geneva Walk, Long Beach CA.  Status unknown.


1955 - The Kenneth and Estelle Mooney House, 4015 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Constructed by Ernest Adler and Son. Sold in 1997 to Thomas Kelch. Photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Henry Shriver House. Likely unbuilt.

1955 - The M. R. Ward House, 120 East Cameron, Long Beach CA. Likely unbuilt.


1955 - The Douglas Weber Triplex, 6713-6717 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Original address: 6711 Ocean Boulevard. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Douglas Weber was the builder. Sold to Wilkerson Family Trust. Sold in 2006 to Anthony and Amber Gentile. Sold in 2010 to Charles H. Mccullough. Sold in 2017 to Michael and Michele Sullivan. Photo by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Hamilton and Virginia Young House, 77 North Vía di Roma Walk, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Hamilton Young was the builder. The Youngs added a pool early on. Sold to Gerald Miller. Sold in 2007 to Susan and Chris Halsted, who commissioned alterations in 2013 including kitchen and bathroom remodels. Photos by Michael Locke.


1955 - The Don Spring Addition, 3860 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. Addition designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith and included a covered pool roof. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Ray Webb Alterations, 4419 California Avenue, Long Beach CA. Located in the Bixby Knolls development. Original house built in 1940. Killingsworth removed the breakfast nook and porch and added a family room. Sold in 1969 to John Samson. Status unknown.


Around 1955 - The Donald DaGradi House, 434 Ultimo Avenue, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


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1956 - The Howard Cook Residence, 600 Busch Place, Pasadena CA. Owned by Richard W. and Mary G. Vanis since at least 2003. Photos by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Richard J. and Lilas E. Dach Additions and Alterations, 236 Bennett Avenue, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1925 by Hillford Brothers. Alterations included a porte cochere, a new fireplace, sliding doors, a flat ceiling to replace the existing cove ceiling, a terrace, hobby shop, and family room. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Stromberg & Son was the builder. Sold to Dennis Armstrong. Sold in 1991 to Scott Engwall. Sold to Mark Seaman. Sold in 1998 to Richard and Margaret Davis. Sold in 2000 to Richard and Marianne Venieris Hollingsworth. Deeded to Marianne after Richard's death in 2008. Owned by Marianne (Hollingworth) Gastelum and Ronald Ralph Gastelum as of 2021. Photos by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Jack Newville House, 417 Paseo de la Playa, Redondo Beach CA. Destroyed around 2005.


1956 - The James W. and Marjorie "Midge" Clark House, 41 Vista del Golfo, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Sold to Steiner W. McEachern. Sold in 2013 to Susan Sullivan. Photos by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Kenneth S. and Ellen C. Kirk Remodel, 5710 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1937. Remodel included kitchen, service porch, living room, and new fence. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Stromberg & Son was the builder. Sold in 1959 to architect Wayne Fredericks who added a porch in the early 1970s. Sold in 2004 to Alvaro Navas. Sold in 2007 to Margaret Sue Morse. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Fred Burrell Apartments, 633 East 1st Street, Long Beach CA. 44-unit apartments designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Don W. and Dale F. Wiese were the builders. Sold in 2016 to Paul and Edythe Ling. Top two photos by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Bellehurst Development, Fullerton CA. Likely built without Killingsworth's involvement. Development surrounding the Los Coyotes Country Club by C. S. Jones/Acron Investments. Architects involved were Buff, Straub and Hensman; Welton Becket; James R. Wilde; and Jones and Emmons.


1956 - The Don and Dale Wiese Apartment Building, aka the Bon-Us Vita, 231 Belmont Avenue, Long Beach CA. 26 units. Don Weise acted as builder. Still owned by the Wiese family as of 2021. Bottom photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Philip Bixby House, Oceanside CA. Unbuilt.


1956 - The R. J. McKee Store with Apartments, 1922 West American Avenue, Long Beach CA. Killingsworth's plans were for the Long Beach Letter Shop with 6 apartments above. Destroyed.


1956 - The Roy Booth House, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


1956 - The Leo Rule Alterations, Compton CA. Likely unbuilt.


1956 - The Harold Francis and Lillian H. Maggart Remodel, 3940 Myrtle Avenue, Long Beach CA. Maggart was an optometrist who owned and operated a manufacturing and dispensing optical business in Long Beach. Original house built in 1937. Remodel included a living room extension, new garage, and new bath. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Sold to Curtis Cover. Sold in 1989 to Nellis Freeman. Sold in 1995 to Robert Moncrief and N. Etsuko. Sold in 2003 to Paul and Kelly Gvildys. Deeded in 2014 to Paul Gvildys and Karalynn Sprouse. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Samuel Albert and Gladys R. Molle Alterations and Additions, 1063 Cartagena Drive, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1951. Alterations included remodeling interiors, adding a new garage, enlarging master bedroom, and converting existing gas. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. J.V. Halas was the builder. Sold in 1988 to Jerry and Kim Luu. Sold in 1998 to Charles Huynh. Photos by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Peter Mamula Duplex Addition, 242 East Bixby Road, Long Beach CA. Original house built 1953. Killingsworth-designed addition unbuilt.


1956 - The Eldon House, 5589 East Lonna Linda Drive, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1956 - The Eldredge E. and Dorothy M. Combs House, 4153 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. House, attached garage, storage area, and fencing designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Ernest Adler & Son was the builder. Sold in the mid-1960s to John Wallace who had MCM architect John Edward Tay design a second addition over the garage that included bedrooms and a bath. Still owned by the Wallace family as of 2021. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Douglas Evered Alterations, 18 61st Place, Long Beach CA. Original apartment building built in 1927. Merged two units into one house. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Alexander and Louise Kadvany House, 3334 East 1st Street, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Still owned by the Kadvany family as of 2021. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Lester D. and Eva Lawson Remodel, 3903 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach CA. Remodel of a house built in 1916, which included the utility porch, dining room, and family room. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Sold in 1990 to Terrance Ponchak. Sold in 1994 to Gloria Takahashi. Sold in 2008 to Joan and Tony King. Photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The Michael M. and Virginia Lloyd Alterations, 1031 East Burlinghall Drive, Long Beach CA. Original 1951 house designed by architect Victor F. Siebert. Alterations in 1956 included extending the living room and covered porch with a barbeque. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Russell S. Best was the contractor. Sold to Herbert and Lynn Cranton. Sold in 2016 to Brian and Meredith Hammond. Top photo by Michael Locke.


1956 - The John Dallas Apartments Remodel, 114 7th Street, Seal Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady. The remodel put a contemporary facelift on the 8- unit apartment complex originally built in 1924. Photo by Michael Locke.


Around 1956 - The C. J. Jones Apartments, Palm Springs CA. Probably unbuilt.


1957 - The Ernest and Ellen M. Taylor Addition, 6014 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Second story addition to a 1936 house. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Danna Construction was the builder. Addition included a service area, family room, bedroom, storage, penthouse, and covered porch. Further first and second story additions completed in 1989. Sold to Paul Graben who had the court area enclosed in 1998. Photo by Michael Locke.


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1957 - The Richard and Helen Bennington Opdahl House, 5576 East Vesuvian Walk, Long Beach CA. Built by Alfred Dorsey; interiors by John Nicholson of Frank Brothers. Featured in Architectural Record Houses of 1958. B/W photos by Marvin Rand; bottom color photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The Leon Lamont and Dorothy Stenhjem Wiltse House, 1420 La Perla Avenue, Long Beach CA. Dr. Leon Wiltse established an orthopedic practice in Long Beach and became known for developing the Wiltse Spine Fixation System. House designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. J. V. Halas was the builder. Killingsworth later added a second bedroom. Sold in 2000 to Howard and Elaine Davis. Photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The Ernie Combs Alterations and Additions, 4175 Chestnut Avenue, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1939. Alterations included added dressing rooms, half bath, and covered terrace.


1957 - The David and Helen Feuer Alterations and Additions, 5100 East Vista Street, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1940. Killingsworth added a second story screened porch, back balcony, and spiral staircase. Gerhardt Construction was the builder. In 1963 a new covered entrance was added. At some point the house was converted into apartments. Top two photos by Michael Locke.


1957 - The Frances Breig House, 5279 Colorado Street, Long Beach CA. Additions completed in 1972 and 1985, not by Killingsworth. Sold in 2019 to Nicholas Nguyen.


1957 - The Don E. and Janie Frederick Kuster Remodel and Addition, 4440 California Avenue, Long Beach CA. Kuster was president of V.E. Kuster Company, an oil well services company founded by his father. Original house was a developer model built in 1951. Remodel removed existing fireplace, remodeled living room, and added bath, storage, den, and loggia. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. J.V. Halas was the builder. Sold in 2015 to Gabriel and Irma Quezada. Photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The William Cree Alterations and Additions, 4201 Country Club, Long Beach CA. Original address: 500 Devon Place, changed in 1984. Original house built in 1936. Killingsworth added a garage, bedrooms, bath, and service porch. In 1958 he remodeled the interior and added a maid's room, garage, 2 baths and 2 bedrooms. Destroyed in 2018 and a new house built, bottom photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The James and Marion Fletcher Alterations, 5470 East El Parque Street, Long Beach CA. Original house built 1951. Alterations designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith included a sunscreen to the patio, a stone veneer to the living room fireplace, and built-in bookcases and cabinets. Photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The Donald C. Malcolm Alterations and Additions, 3758 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1945. Alterations designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith and included an enlarged living room, and additional two bedrooms and bathrooms. Photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The John Robertson House, 949 Van Dyke Drive, Laguna Beach CA. Featured in Arts & Architecture, December 1958. Destroyed in 1987.


 

1957 - The Noble L. and Dixie Millie Additions and Alterations, 5421 East El Parque Street, Long Beach CA. Millie founded Millie & Severson General Contractors with Charles Severson in 1945. The firm collaborated with Killingsworth, Brady and Smith on many projects. Original house built in 1953, designed by architect Jack Lipman. Alterations included adding a master bedroom, remodeling the kitchen, and adding some indoor and outdoor built in seating. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Photo by Michael Locke.


1957 - The Philip McKenna Alterations, 3520 East Oregon Avenue, Phoenix AZ. Original address: 5230 North 36th Street. Sold to architect Ralph Haver. Sold to Jeffrey and Cheryl Walsh. Sold in 2007 to Schubert Chiao. Sold in 2015 to Cole Wilcox.


1957 - The Sylvester Topolski House, 1340 Knoxville Avenue, Long Beach CA. Additions completed in the mid to late 1960s and in 2007. Sold in 2013. Sold in 2018 to Lori Berkemer.


1958 - The George Johnson House, 4603 North Virginia Road, Long Beach CA. Located in Los Cerritos Country Club. Killingsworth also did altertations in 1964 to extend the garage and create a hobby studio. Sold in the early 1980s to Charles Campbell. Sold in 1995 to Theodore and Lenora Benaderet, who added the second story in 1996.


 

1958 - The Marvin Rand Alterations, 8831 Wonderland Park Avenue, Los Angeles CA. Rand was a noted architectural photographer. Original house built in 1931. Killingsworth added a standing wall. Alterations in 1961 by architect Bernard Zimmerman. Sold to Tracy Fairhurt. Architect Tom Nott did an addition in 1992. Sold in 1992 to Norman and Tracy Stephens. Sold in 2003 to Leonardo and Eden Umansky. Sold in 2015 to J. Magen Kaufman Trust.


1958 - The Mildred Brayton Alterations, 22 Palermo Walk, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1932. Alterations included dining room extension, a brick front porch, and steps. A second story was added in the 1970s by a different architect.


1958 - The Lee Byers Alterations, 11601 Court Lane, Anaheim CA. Original house built in 1951. Sold to Antarra Communications (Carol Warren).


1958 - The Lafayette Apartments Remodel, 3650 Florida Street, San Diego CA. Remodel of a 1946 apartment building. Sold in 2003 to Key 5 LLC.


1958 - The Oceana Apartments, aka Miles Apartments, 1605 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Ten units, designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Photo by Michael Locke.


1958 - The Joe Preston and Beulah Wills Apartments, 535 Tremont Avenue, Long Beach CA. Seven-unit apartment building with carport, designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Ben F. Maroon was the builder. Each apartment is individually owned. Photos by Michael Locke.


1958 - The C. Gaverick Apartments, 16 South 36th Place, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Remodeled in 1961, also by Killingsworth. Converted to a 12-unit condominium complex. Above example: Unit H. Top two photos by Michael Locke.


1958 - The Frank Vessels House, Clubhouse, and Alterations, 4961 Katella Avenue, Cypress CA. Vessels was the owner of the Los Alamitos Racetrack. Plans include clubhouse and snack shop for the racetrack, as well as a rental house, and two other small houses altered by Killingsworth, Brady, and Smith.


1958 - The Burton S. Galleher House, 1128 East Burlinghall Drive, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Adler & Son was the builder. Sold to Estelle Mooney. Sold in 1998 to Michael Costello. Sold in 2003 to Bradley Miyasato. Deeded in 2011 to Bradley Miyasato and Bradley Duerre. Photo by Michael Locke.


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1958 - The Marina Tower Co-op Apartments, 3055 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt except for a model at 3051 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Built by Millie and Severson General Contractors for MKM Projects, Inc. Sold to Edward and Bella Milkes. Sold to the Moores. Deeded in 1989 to Jeanne Feinberg. Sold to Vaughn and Gerene Nixon. Sold in 2000 to Anthony Powell. Sold in 2013 to Ted and Kelly Hyman. Top photo by Michael Locke.


1958 - The James A. and Marjorie C. Ferrie House, 263 East San Antonio Drive, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. C.T. McGrew & Sons was the builder. Sold to John A. Richards who commissioned the same architects to remodel the house in 1967 (unbuilt plans for a bath remodel and living room shelves) and 1977 (built master and bath addition on the back of the house). Sold in 2005 to Michael G. Ward. Photo by Michael Locke.


1958 - The Julie Bescos Alterations, 6801 East Seaside Walk, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1922. Unsure if alterations were completed.


1958 - The George Swift House, 716 Longfellow Avenue, Hermosa Beach CA. Sold to P. Couchois. Sold in 1999 to Kent and Janet Galli. Sold in 2014 to Susan Benton and Jeff Russell.


1958 - The Roland Edward Raasch Addition, 3840 Elm Avenue, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1951. Addition designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Raasch was the builder. Photo by Michael Locke.


1958 - The Ralph Root Apartments, 1617 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Sold to Joan Murrillo.


1958 - The Irving Schneider Alterations, 1062 East La Dera Drive, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1949. Alterations were for a canopy cover. Gerhardt Construction Company was the builder. Photo by Michael Locke.


1958 - The Millie McCrate Severson Apartments, Los Angeles CA. Probably unbuilt.


1958 - The Toledo Apartments/Toledo Motor Inn, 2nd Street and Alamitos Bay, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt 64 unit apartment building.


1959 - The Franklin E. and Virginia E. Waters House, 1485 La Perla Avenue, Long Beach CA. House sold in 2011 for land value on one of the largest (30,800 sqft) lots in the Park Estates. Destroyed and new house (bottom photo, by Michael Locke) built afterwards.


1959 - The Maurice Frank House, 4004 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Stromberg & Son was the builder. Sold to the Brooks Trust. Sold in 1999 Robert and Iona Sorem. Sold in 2020 to Matthew Leaver and Krista Lin. Top two photos by Michael Locke.


1959 - The Norman Wampler House, 9866 Crestbrook Drive, Bellflower CA. Sold to George Rivas. Sold in 2000 to Dionisio and Herlinda Munoz.


1959 - The Earl Daugherty House, 2501 Earl Avenue, Long Beach CA. Destroyed and a new house built in 1995.


1959 - The Desmond MacTavish House, Lake Tahoe, Douglas County NV. Unbuilt. MacTavish was a land developer in Marin County.


1959 - The C. S. Thompson Alterations, 9890 Crestbrook Avenue, Bellflower CA. Original house built in 1956. Killingsworth added a bay window next to a new brick front porch. Sold in 2005 to John Athanase Sbarounis.


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1960 - The Case Study House 23A, aka Triad House A, 2342 Rue de Anne, La Jolla CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Intended to be the pilot project of a large tract by the Amantea Company as part of the Chateau Ville development; only three were built. 23A is the largest of the three adjacent single-family houses forming the Triad grouping of the Arts and Architecture magazine's Case Study House program. Nominated in 2013 for the National Register of Historic Places; but ultimately not approved. Sold to the Katherine Bevash Trust. Top photo by Michael Locke; bottom right photo of houses A, B, and C.


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1960 - The Case Study House 23B, aka Triad House B, 2343 Rue de Anne, La Jolla CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Intended to be the pilot project of a large tract by the Amantea Company as part of the Chateau Ville development; only three were built, forming the Triad grouping of the Arts and Architecture magazine's Case Study House program. Unfortunately altered over the years away from its original design; the facade is no longer recognizable as a Killingsworth design. Sold to Jorge Name. Sold in 1990 to John J. Pisch. Sold in 1992 after foreclosure to Shyne and Inge Wang. Color photo by Michael Locke.


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960 - The Case Study House 23C, aka Triad House C, 2329 Rue de Anne, La Jolla CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Intended to be the pilot project of a large tract by the Amantea Company as part of the Chateau Ville development; only three were built, forming the Triad grouping of the Arts and Architecture magazine's Case Study House program. On the National Register of Historic Places. Sold to Joseph and Nancy Manno. Bottom photo by Michael Locke.


1960 - The Daniel H. Ridder Additions and Alterations, 38 Portuguese Bend Road, Rolling Hills CA. Original house built in 1952. Ridder was the publisher of the Long Beach Press Telegram.


1960 - The Edward Simkins House, Glenchester Drive, Long Beach CA. Likely unbuilt.


1960 - The Curtis Smith Addition and Alterations, 211 North Elm Drive, Beverly Hills CA. Alterations included adding on to the dining room and reconfiguring the kitchen, unknown if built. Destroyed, new house built 1988.


1960 - The Long Beach Trailer Estates, Atlantic Avenue and Artesia Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1960 - The Russel Swift House, Manhattan Beach CA. Likely unbuilt.


1961 - The J. R. Braitsch Alterations, 344 Ocean Avenue, Seal Beach CA. Original house built in 1948. Alterations included a master bed and bath addition over the garage.


1961 - The Country Club Tower, Washington Boulevard, South Ogden UT. Unbuilt.


1961 - The Ivy Coves Housing Development for Nishkian and Co., Pacific Coast Highway and Loynes Drive, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt. First project was to be 130 lots fronting the canal, second project was to add 120 homes when first section was complete.


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1961 - The Laura and Edward Killingsworth House, 4606 North Virginia Road, Long Beach CA. Sold in 2019 to the Watt Family Trust. Photos by Michael Locke.


1961 - The Isabel Connor Remodel, 425 Havana Avenue, Long Beach CA. Remodel of a 1947 house, added a front porch and garden wall. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Stromberg & Son was the builder. Remodeled again in 2012. Photos by Michael Locke.


1961 - The Ralph H. and Maude Harriman Clock House, 4180 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1941 by architect James Friend and builder Albert Reingardt. Addition of a maid's bedroom and bath designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Stromberg and Son was the builder. Clock was a lawyer who also served as Judge of the circuit court, California State Senator, and state conservation commissioner. Photos by Michael Locke.


1961 - The Thomas Shaheen House, 4681 Virginia Road, Long Beach CA. Sold to Steven and Stephanie Salyer. Sold in 2010 to Edward Yawitz.


1961 - The Nugent Pavilion, aka Case Study House 26. This un-built Case Study House is also known as the Nugent Pavillion, for the original client who had chosen a site overlooking the ocean near San Diego CA. The house was to be built using prefabricated construction system, designed by the client, William Nugent, who was an engineer. The house was to be partially surrounded by water, in the form of a reflecting pool, and an interior courtyard garden was to be roofed in plastic. This house, while part of the Case Study House program, was not featured in Arts & Architecture Magazine. Case Study House 26 was eventually designed by Beverly Thorne and was the only Case Study House to be designed in Northern California.


1961 - The Fred Tebbets Apartments, 45 62nd Place, Long Beach CA. 4-unit complex. Destroyed. New duplex built in 1983.


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1962 - The Edward Frank House, aka Case Study House 25, 82 Rivo Alto Canal, Naples CA. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Built by Stromberg and Son; interiors, Edward Frank. Frank was a longtime friend of Killingsworth's from Long Beach Wilson High School. Featured in Architectural Record Houses 1963; GA Houses 101. Won a 1963 First Honor Award from the Better Homes for Living Competition sponsored jointly by the AIA, House and Home, Life, and Time magazines. Color photos by Michael Locke; B/W photos by Julius Shulman.


1962 - The Earl Emmons Shopping Center and Apartments, Palm Springs CA. Unbuilt.


1962 - The Todd Faulkner Addition, 2332 Cerritos Avenue, Signal Hill CA. Rumpus room addition to a 1905 Arts and Crafts bungalow.


1962 - The Montecito Park/Hillshore Apartment Complex, aka Glenview Gardens, aka Myers Ridge Estates, aka Vue at Montrose, 2121 Valderas Drive, Glendale CA.


1962 - The Reingardt Garden Apartments, Atlantic Avenue and 51st Street, Long Beach CA. Built with a different architect's design.


Around 1962 - The Tahquitz Development Condominiums, Andreas Road and Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs CA. Unbuilt.


1963 - The Gerald Desmond Remodel, 2311 East First Street, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1908. Remodel included the enclosure of the center portion of the front porch, new steps, and a sliding glass door. Stromberg and Son were the builders. Photo by Michael Locke.


1963 - The Earl W. Starkey Duplex, 444-450 East San Antonio Drive, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady. Photo by Michael Locke.


1963 - The Ben Farris Apartments, 608 North Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena CA. Needs verification.


1963 - The Hunter Apartment Building, aka Bay Tower, 61st and Alamitos Bay, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt 10 story apartment tower.


1963 - The Nelson McCrady House, 3291 Admiralty Drive, Huntington Beach CA. Sold in 1988 to Thomas McAfee. Sold in 1993 to Mark Monroe.


1963 - The Gerald Neer Apartment Building, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1963 - The Ocean Tower Apartment Building, Long Beach CA. Designed for a Mr. Arnold. Unbuilt.


1963 - The T. G. Robinson Apartment Tower, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1963 - The Surf Tower Apartments, Termina Avenue and Allin Street, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1963 - The Case Study Apartments 2, 1606-1616 Westcliff Drive, Newport Beach CA. This is the second Case Study Apartment project, and it was never built. Killingsworth designed the 10 unit apartment complex to be a mix of four standard two bedroom apartments and six 'studio' two bedroom apartments which were two stories tall, and arranged in townhouse style. Both types of apartments were to be approximately 1300 square feet in size and each had a private courtyard entrance. This grouping allowed for garages to face the back of the property, a large swimming pool in the center of the complex, and a courtyard facing the main street. A different apartment building was built on the site in 1971.


1963 - The Herman Ridder Addition, 5649 East Sorrento Drive, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1951 and designed by Kenneth Wing. Planned addition included a roof deck and stairway; appears unbuilt.


1964 - The Don Spring House Addition, 4291 Country Club Drive, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1940 by Kenneth Wing. Former address: 4302 Country Club Drive. Additions included a covered pool and pool house. Designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith. Stromberg & Son was the builder. Photo by Michael Locke.


1964 - The Park Bel Aire Apartments, 2001-2051 Beverly Plaza, Long Beach CA. 89 unit apartment complex designed with Jules Brady and Waugh Smith for Shapell and Webb. S&S Construction was the builder. Photos by Michael Locke.


1964 - The Edward Anderson House, 1495 La Perla Avenue, Long Beach CA. Commissioned in 1962. Designed with Jules Brady. Anderson was the builder. Has been added on to over the years, not by Killingsworth. Sold in 1998 to Jon and Amanda Hall. Photo by Michael Locke.


1964 - The George Cashman House, Rolling Hills CA. Likely unbuilt.


1964 - The Jack Drown Addition, 1 Crest Road West, Rolling Hills CA. Original house built in 1938. Planned addition for a recreation or garden room.


1964 - The Paramount/Belcher Gardens Apartments, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1964 - The Kay Banning House, 1417 Ohialoke Street, Honolulu HI. Banning was likely the developer, James Watley was the first owner.


1965 - The Eldredge E. and Dorothy M. Combs Mountain Cabin, Currey County OR. Likely unbuilt.


1965 - The Phil Hattery Addition, 55 63rd Place, Long Beach CA. Original multi-family complex built in 1933. Killingsworth added a carport, which appears to have been converted into a garage. House has been converted to a single family home.


1965 - The Kerrwood Manor, aka the Belcher-Wood Apartments, 6255 Atlantic Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady. Kiely Corporation was the builder. Photos by Michael Locke.


1965 - The Vaile Gilbert Young Addition, 99 Vista del Golfo, Long Beach CA. Addition and renovations, including a storage shed, were designed with Jules Brady, but whether they were actually built needs verification.  Young was Vice-President of the Long Beach Buffim's Department Store. Original house built in 1963 and designed by Charles Miller for Kathryn Cooper.  Photos by Michael Locke.


1965 - The Howard Spaulding House, 143 Calvert Court, Oakland CA. Sold to the Bosche Trust. Sold in 2002 to Robert Bertz. Sold in 2013 to Andrew and Tara Sim. Sold in 2017 to Devon and Golriz Gundry. Sold in 2020 to the Himani Amolioli and Ajay Kamat Tr.


1965 - The Arbee Construction Apartment Building, Virginia Road, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


 

1965 - The Old Shaughnessy Green Housing Complex, Vancouver BC, Canada. KBS was to partner with landscape architect Joseph Linesch to develop a housing complex for the city of Vancouver. Unbuilt.


1965 - The Royal Surf Apartments, Honolulu HI. Unbuilt.


1965 - The Roulac Construction Apartments, Redondo Beach CA. Unbuilt.


 

1965 - The James Miller Alterations, Long Beach CA. Included the hardscaping of a courtyard with an added fountain and retaining walls.


1966 - The Kerry Belcher Apartments, 1050 Locust Avenue, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1966 - The Kahala Apartments, 4999 Kahala Avenue, Honolulu, HI. Charles Pietsch was the developer. 200 unit luxury rental apartment complex on a 6 acre site on the Diamondhead side of the Kahala Hilton. Example photos from apartment #250.


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1966 - The Herman H. and Nellie Ridder Addition, 550 West Mesa Way, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1951 and designed by George Kahrs. In 1965 Ridder hired KBS to design a rear addition, completed in January 1966. KBS also designed a service porch and garage. This appears to have changed due to a zoning issue, as the planned addition changed in 1967 to a garden room. Sold to Jerome and Louise Armstrong Klingbeil, who in 1973 commissioned Killingsworth to do alterations and additions. Killingsworth designed a book and wine case for their library as well as a small addition and alteration to the back of the house off the library, possibly unbuilt. Sold in 1996 to Jeffrey and Leslie Kelley. Sold in 2004 to Joseph and Gayle Frontiera. Sold in 2015 to Christopher and Kathy Stahl Family Trust. Top photo by Michael Locke.


1966 - The John McCarthy House, 2 Palmero Walk, Long Beach CA. Sold in the late 1970s to Richard Hambleton who hired architect Don Davis in 1980 to design the 2 bed/2 bath addition over the existing garage. Sold to Kenneth Larson. Sold in 1994 to Perry Sands who expanded the kitchen and constructed the Mansard facade.


1966 - The Verde Village Complex, Calabassas CA. Unbuilt.


 

1966 - The Harry and Francis Buffum Interior Renovations, 450 Ocean Avenue, Seal Beach CA. Included changes to kitchen, bathroom, and basement stairway. Destroyed and a new house built in 2013.


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1966 - The Samuel C. and Mildred A. Cameron Alterations, 5517 East Ocean Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Original house built in 1955. Minor alterations, which included an elevator. Sold in 1998 to William Harris. Sold in 2012 to Rahamin Suares, who rebuilt the house from the studs and added a third story designed by architect Ron Hoover. Above photo is of the house prior to renovations, which removed the Killingsworth alterations.


1966 - The George Johnson Mountain Cabin, Idyllwild CA.


1966 - The Rancho California Model Home, Temecula CA. Likely unbuilt.


1967 - The Ben Fletcher House, Sun Valley ID. Unsure if built. House was to overlook the Big Wood River.


1967 - The W. C. Janss House, Sun Valley ID. Status unknown.


1967 - The Harry and Lyn Gelles House, 87 Crest Road East, Rolling Hills CA. Sold in 1979 to Phil and Thelma Steinberg. For sale in 2019-2021.


1967 - The Robert Hamilton Alterations. Location unknown. Likely unbuilt.


1967 - The Robert McAllister House, 9882 Brentwood Drive, Santa Ana CA. Killingsworth also did an addition in 1972. Sold in 1988 to Sanford Ratner.


1967 - The Carl Pietsch Campus Apartments, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1968 - The David Tallichet Apartments Addition, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt. In 1955 Tallichet ran the Lafayette Hotel in Long Beach, for which Killingsworth, Smith and Simkins did an addition in 1956.


1968 - Apartment Complex. 84 units. Location unknown. Unbuilt.


Around 1968 - The Harold Linglie Guest House, 4250 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt. Plans included a guest house, rumpus room, and garage addition.


1969 - The Jim Crooker Alterations. Location unknown. Unbuilt.


 

1969 - The Negril Apartments, Negril, Westmoreland Jamaica. Unbuilt.


1969 - The Storke Family Student Housing, west of the corner of South Los Cameros Road and Mesa Road, Isla Vista CA. 300 units designed for married students at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Streets within the complex include Birch Walk, Sequoia Walk, Madrona Walk, Acacia Walk, Cypress Walk, Laurel Walk, Willow Walk, and Juniper Walk.


1970 - The Bahia de los Cerritos House Boat Development and Apartments, 6289 Pacific Coast Highway, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1970 - The Knollwood Apartments, Cerritos CA. Commissioned by Creative Environment, Inc. Unbuilt.


 

1970 - The James Edmondson Circular Condominium, Ft. Lauderdale FL. Unbuilt.


1970 - The Jules and Virginia Maxwell Brady House, 4204 Cedar Avenue, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady. Deeded in 1996 to the Scottish Rite fraternal organization. Deeded in 1997 to Michael McCormack. Sold in 2003 to Jason and Heidi Hill. Sold in 2013 to Timothy Prentice. Sold in 2017 to Lewis "Lewy" Michael Kallas. Bottom photo by Michael Locke.


 

Around 1970 - The Bette Arntzen Alterations, 5765 Corso di Napoli, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt. Original house built in 1949 by Ben Alexander and Wilson Construction. Planned alterations included a balcony on the water side and changes to the second and third floor layout.


Around 1970 - The D'Andria Apartments, 229 Argonne Avenue, Long Beach CA. Commissioned by Syndicated Developers. Unbuilt.


 

Around 1970 - The Menze Apartments Alterations, 1538 East 3rd Street, Long Beach CA. Original building built in 1922 by engineers M. Kighburn and Chester Rasmussen for M. J. Kingsbury. Alterations unbuilt.


1971 - The Edward Killingsworth Office and Apartments Alterations, 3836 Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach CA. Likely unbuilt. This was a small complex of buildings including a duplex built in the 1940s. Killingsworth appears to have added a screen wall and deck in 1976.


1971 - The Susan Baird Triplex Renovation, 630 East San Antonio Drive, Long Beach CA. Conversion designed with Jules Brady of a 1943 four-plex to a triplex. Photos by Michael Locke.


1971 - The Daniel H. Ridder Additions, 5531 Bryant Drive East, Long Beach CA. Killingsworth added a bedroom to the guest house and possibly extended the living room.


1971 - The David Kennick Alterations, 4135 Cedar Avenue, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt. Planned alterations included a second story addition with three bedrooms and a bath.


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1971 - The Sherwood Park Apartments, aka Vicino Apartments, 12350 Del Amo Boulevard, Lakewood CA. 420 units, 3 pools, and a child care center commissioned by Shapell Developers.


1971 - The La Habra Family Apartment Complex, La Habra CA. Unbuilt. Commissioned by Shapell Developers.


1971 - The Vista del Coegio Student Housing at California State University, Bohlig and Highbury Streets, Los Angeles CA. Unbuilt. Commissioned by the Shapell Government Housing Division.


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1972 - The Elmcrest Apartments, 4190 Elm Street, Long Beach CA.


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1972 - The Cottonwood Bluffs Condominiums, Sun Valley ID. Unbuilt.


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1972 - The Elkhorn Village Condominiums, Sun Valley ID. The master planner was Sasaki & Walker. Developed by Bill Janss. Killingsworth, Brady & Associates designed the condominiums as well as the commercial areas. Featured in Architectural Record, January 1974.


 

1972 - The Bixby Hill Townhouse Complex, Anaheim and Palo Verde, Long Beach CA. Built by S & S Construction Co/Shapell Industries. Bernard McCune was VP and  commissioned a unit for himself.


 

1973 - The George Johnson House II, 20 Cinchring Road, Rolling Hills CA. Sold for the first time in 2012 to Jay DeMiranda and Jacqueline Ellis.


1973 - The Park Atherton Apartments, aka Beverly Plaza Apartments, 5050 East Garford, Long Beach CA.


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1973 - The Spottiswood Park Road Housing, Singapore. Designed with Wong and Karmakar. Unbuilt.


 

1974 - The Squaw Peak Tower Complex, Squaw Peak Road, Squaw Valley CA. Unbuilt.


 

1974 - The Lalakea Surf Condominiums, Hanalei, Kauai HI. Unbuilt. Later became Princeville Resort.


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1974 - The Changi Condominiums, Upper Changi Road, Singapore. Designed with local firm of Wong and Karmakar. Status unknown.


1974 - The Marina Point Development, First Street and Marina Drive, Seal Beach CA. Unbuilt. Plan was for single family homes and mobile homes.


 

1975 - The San Gabriel River Improvement Company Apartments, Appian Way, San Gabriel CA. Unbuilt.


1975 - The M. K. Sim Alterations.


1978 - The Oceangate Square Offices and Apartments, Ocean Boulevard and Golden West, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1978 - The Roberts Group Condominiums, Calle Alvarado and Andreas Road, Palm Springs CA. Unbuilt.  The Palm Springs Convention center was later built on the site.


1978 - The Bay Residences, Kapalua HI. Unbuilt.


Around 1979 - The Tumon Beach Towers, Agana, Guam. Unbuilt.


1979 - The Mauna Lani Condominiums, Mauna Loa Resort, Big Island HI. Unbuilt. Designed by Killingsworth partner, Larry Stricker.

Around 1980 - The Shapell Industries Long Beach Redevelopment Condominiums, Broadway and Chestnut, Long Beach CA. Unbuilt.


1981 - The Halekulani Apartments, Honolulu HI. Killingsworth designed the Halekulani Hotel in 1981, completed in 1983. These are apartments that were to be attached to the hotel. Unsure if built.


Around 1981 - The Mesa Condominiums and Mobile Home Park, Guam.


1982 - The Spinnaker Coves Condominiums, Azure Way and Heron Bay, Long Beach CA. Designed with Jules Brady. The 453 unit condominium project with yacht club has boat slips as well. Photos by Michael Locke. Example units below:

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5534 Azure Way

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5412 Heron Bay


 

1983 - The Avondale Keys Planned Community, Avondale AZ. Unbuilt.


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Around 1983 - The Continental Homes 2800 Series, Phoenix AZ. Status unknown.


Around 1984 - The Gary Hall House, Paradise Valley AZ. Unbuilt.


Around 1984 - The Charles Keating, Jr. Patio Addition, 6326 North 38th Street, Paradise Valley AZ. Original house designed and built in 1975, not by Killingsworth.


Around 1985 - The Boland House, Phoenix AZ. Unbuilt.


Around 1985 - The Charles Keating III Guest House, 6447 North Palo Christie Road, Phoenix AZ.


Around 1986 - The Charles Keating III House, 36th and Lincoln, Paradise Valley AZ. Unbuilt.


1988 - The Mauna Lani Houses, Big Island Hawaii. Unsure if built.


1988 - The Grove at Mauna Lani, Big Island Hawaii. Unsure if built.


1992 - The Tomanu Corporate Cottages, Tomanu, Japan. Unbuilt.


1997 - The Hodgson House, Champion Ridge, Mauna Lani, Big Island HI. Unsure if built.


Year Unknown - The H. N. Bennett Apartment Building, Manhattan Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The C. L. Compton Apartments, 39th Place, Long Beach CA. 42 units originally designed for a Mr. Brightman. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Continental Ranch Housing Development, Cortaro and Kaiser, Tucson AZ. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Continental Ranch Housing Development, 100 Series, Phoenix AZ. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Charles Dupont House, Rancho Santa Fe CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Frank Fietsch House, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Freeman Construction House, West Covina CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Zoltan Gulyas Orange Acres Trailer Park. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Robert Irvin Addition. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Greg Killingsworth Duplex, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The William Killingsworth Apartments, 49th Street, Long Beach CA. 8 units. Unsure if built.


Year Unknown - The C. J. Loop House. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The John Mansell Alterations. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Marsh Project. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Hugh Myers House, La Cañada Flintridge CA. Likely unbuilt.


Year Unknown - The Freeman Randall House, Morada Avenue, West Covina CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Vivian Faure Rilliet House, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Rosenberg House. Unbuilt.


Year Unknown - The F. L. Swadley Alterations. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The James Trapp House. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Twin Towers, Las Vegas NV. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Vajener and McKennon Apartments, Palm Springs CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Virginia Country Club Apartments, Virginia Road, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Don Walrud House, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The John Wright Trailer Park, Anaheim CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The William Bryant House, Long Beach CA. Status unknown.


Year Unknown - The Lansdale Co-op Apartments, Rutland Road and Mariners Drive, Newport Beach CA. Status unknown.


Sources include: Mid-Century Home; La Jolla Light; The Edward A. Killingsworth Papers at University of California Santa Barbara; The Long Beach Independent Press; Los Angeles Times.