Architecture

One of my passions is San Francisco architecture. I have researched hundreds of architects who were practicing in San Francisco between 1850 and 1950 and have built-up an extensive database of properties and the architects who designed them. I have written profiles on over 80 of the individuals and firms practicing during the first 100 years of San Francisco's growth.  Every other month from January 2001 to May 2006, the New Fillmore neighborhood newspaper published an article of mine on Pacific Heights architects. Those printed are shown below, with the series sequence number in parentheses.  A few other profiles I have previously published are also available for your review.  If you have interest in, or special knowledge of, a particular San Francisco-based architect, please contact me!
Ashley & Evers
Earle B. Bertz
Bliss & Faville
Theo S. Boehm 
Arthur Brown, Jr.
Morris M. Bruce
D. H. Burnham & Co.
Burnham & Root
C. O. Clausen
W. H. Crim, Jr
Gardner Dailey
James Dunn
Louis O. Ebbets
Joseph Esherick
E. T. Foulkes
Henry Gutterson
E.A. Hermann
Richard R, Irvine
George Kelham
Arthur Laib
Albert H. Larsen
Joseph A. Leonard
J. C. Mathews & Son
Eric Mendelsohn
Henry H. Meyers
James R. Miller
James H. Mitchell
L. C. Mullgardt
Frederic Nickerson (26)
Percy & Hamilton (18)
Timothy Pflueger
Albert Pissis
John A. Porporato
Frederick W. Quandt
William W. Rednall
Charles M. Rousseau
Houghton Sawyer
Henry C. Smith
Douglas Dacre Stone
Charles F. Strothoff
Newton J. Tharp
Frank S. Van Trees 
Edward J. Vogel 
Clarence R. Ward
Carl Werner
William H. Wharff
Charles F. Whittlesey
and several more!
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