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Paul J. McCarty; Retired City of Los Angeles Architect

February 12, 1993

Paul J. McCarty, 67, retired principal architect for the city of Los Angeles whose responsibilities over a 34-year municipal career included the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Park. McCarty, who was honored by and belonged to most of the architectural organizations in the state, created a unique intern program in the architectural division of the city's Board of Public Works that has been copied by other municipalities. During his tenure as principal architect, he oversaw the construction by private contractors of many Los Angeles landmarks, including the Convention Center. In Los Angeles on Feb. 5 of undetermined causes.

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