Robert B. Stacy-Judd
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|Robert B. Stacy-Judd|
As pictured in Architect and Engineer (Sept. 1933)
|Born||21 June 1884|
|Died||10 February 1975 (90) |
Canoga Park, California
|Nationality||British; American (nat. 1935)|
|Known for||Design of the Aztec Hotel (Monrovia, CA)|
|Spouse(s)||Anna V. White (m. 1917)|
Robert Benjamin Stacy-Judd (June 21, 1884 - February 10, 1975) was an English-born architect and explorer, one of the key players in the Mayan Revival style of architecture and theorist of a relationship between Atlantis and the Mayan peoples.
- Stacy-Judd, Robert B. (1934), The Ancient Mayas, Adventures In the Jungles of Yucatan, Los Angeles: Haskell-Travers, Inc.
- Stacy-Judd, Robert B. (1939), Atlantis: Mother of Empires, Los Angeles, Calif.: De Vorss & Co.
- Castilla, Pedro; Stacy-Judd, Robert (1940), A Maya Manuscript [Codex Merida], Los Angeles, Calif.: Philosophical Research Society — ("Maya story of the Spanish invasion of Yucatan, Pedro Castilla's interpretation in the Maya language of plates IX and X" with his "translation of Maya interpretation into English line for line")
- Aztec Hotel (Monrovia, CA)
- First Baptist Church (Ventura, California)
- Philosophical Research Society Building (Hollywood, California)
- Krotona Institute of Theosophy (Ojai, California)
- Masonic Temple (5122 Tujunga Avenue, North Hollywood, California)