This is probably George Newman Sprague, an architect who earned his Master's Degree in Architecture from Harvard University, opened his office in Los Angeles in 1930, taught at USC and the Art Center, married Katherine Devlin in 1931, and who lived in Chadd's Ford, PA from 1947 on. Will Connell taught at the art Center during the time that Sprague was there.
Interior view of a built-in wall display and built-in sofa at The Bachelors haberdashery, designed by Julius Ralph Davidson in an art deco style, "featuring panels of Makassar ebony set into aluminum frames, brown and tan carpeting laid in strips, and high-quality pigskin upholstery." (Christopher Long, "The Rise of California Modern Design, 1930-41." in ed. Wendy Kaplan, California Design, 1930-1965: Living in a Modern Way (2012), 65.
Detail view of art deco cabinet with wood paneling and aluminum strips in The Bachelors haberdashery, designed by Julius Ralph Davidson. Men's brief cases and satchels are on top of the cabinet and a cactus (?) in a pot stands next to the cabinet, in front of venetian blinds functioning as a room divider. The carpeting is composed of brown and tan strips.