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Ralph Carlin Flewelling

Ralph Carlin Flewelling, American architect. Awarded United States Navy Commendation in 1945, for outstanding services rendered in War Construction Program. Served in the United States Army, 1917-1919, resigned as captain, 1919.; Fellow American Institute of Architects (past president Southern California chapter).; Member planning and architectural bds., Alpha Delta Phi. Tau Sigma Delta.

Background

  • Flewelling, Ralph Carlin was born on May 4, 1894 in St. Louis, Michigan, United States. Son of Ralph Tyler and Jennie (Carlin) Flewelling.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1916. Graduate stdy Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1916-1917.

    Career

    • 1 son, Ralph Hunter. Practiced architecture in Los Angeles, since 1924. Received honor awards from Southern California Chapter American International Assurance, and medals and prizes from art associations and national publications for outstanding structures including public buildings, schools and residences.

    Works

    • Author: Town in Transition, 1945.

    Membership

    Served in the United States Army, 1917-1919, resigned as captain, 1919. Fellow American Institute of Architects (past president Southern California chapter). Member planning and architectural bds., Alpha Delta Phi.

    Tau Sigma Delta.

    Connections

    • Married Carol Hunter, November 19, 1925.
    • father: Ralph Tyler Flewelling
    • mother: Jennie (Carlin) Flewelling
    • spouse: Carol Hunter
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    Born March 4, 1894
    Died April, 1960
    (aged 66)
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