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Lewis Parsons Hobart

Lewis Parsons Hobart, American architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member American Academy at Rome, Society Beaux Arts Architects.

Background

  • Hobart, Lewis Parsons was born on January 14, 1873 in St. Louis. Son of Gorge Lewis and Virginia (Easton) Hobart.

  • Education

    • Educated University of California, 1893-1894. American Academy at Rome, 1894-1895, Beaux Arts Institute of Design. Paris. 1900-1902.

    Career

    • April 30, 1903; children—Lewis Deming, John Easton. Practiced in New York, 1904, San Francisco, since 1906. Works: Firemen’s Fund Insurance Company Building, University of California Hospital, Wm.

      Taylor Hotel. Mills Tower, Grace Cathedral—all of San francisco. United States Post Office Building, Portland. Oregon; Del Monte (California) Hotel.

      Golden Gate International Exposition. Bohemian Club; San Francisco Zoöl. Gardens. Elected first president Art Commission City and County of San Francisco, 1932.

    Works

    • Works: Firemen’s Fund Insurance Company Building, University of California Hospital, Wm. Taylor Hotel. Mills Tower, Grace Cathedral—all of San francisco. United States Post Office Building, Portland.

      Oregon
    • Del Monte (California) Hotel. Golden Gate International Exposition. Bohemian Club
    • San Francisco Zoöl.

      Gardens. Elected first president Art Commission City and County of San Francisco, 1932.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member American Academy at Rome, Society Beaux Arts Architects. Clubs: Pacific Union, Bohemian.

    Connections

    • Married Mabel Deming. Children: Lewis Deming, John Easton.
    • father: Gorge Lewis Hobart
    • mother: Virginia (Easton) Hobart
    • spouse: Mabel Deming.
    • children: Lewis Deming Hobart
    • John Easton Hobart
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    Born January 14, 1873
    Died October 19, 1954
    (aged 81)
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