Practiced alone in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1904-1911, with Edwin Hacker Brown, 1911-1937. With Hewitt, Setter and Hamlin, since 1937. Architect St. Mark’s and Hennepin Avenue churches, McKnight and Metropolitan buildings, C. S. Pillsbury’s residence, Minneapolis School Fine Arts, Northwestern National Life Insurance Building, the Young Women's Christian Association Building, Northwestern Bell Telephone Building.
President Minnesota State Art Society, 1915-1920. President Minneapolis Housing Commission, 1932-1933. Chief architectural supervisor Minnesota Federal Housing Administration, 1935-1936.
Special architectural consultant Federal Housing Administration, 1938. Joint architect Summer Field Housing Development. Trustee Minneapolis Institute of Art.
Born March 26, 1874