Leon C. Brockway was born in Vermont in September 1876. By 1900 Brockway had settled in Pasadena. After working as a draftman, he soon established an architecture practice and built homes in the area until his death there on November 3, 1930.
His rare watercolors include the missions at Capistrano and Carmel.
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