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  Leo Devlin - Architect

This large rendering of the St. Joseph College and Seminary dates from the mid 1920's and was built in what was once a very rural area in the Los Gatos Hills west of Interstate 280. Architect Leo Devlin used a quadrangle type layout with Gothic influences. Severely damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, along with the tower collasping, the remnants were incorporated into a senior housung project. Watercolor on artist board.

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