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Charles Palliser

Charles Palliser, British architect. Member American Institute Architects and New Jersey Chapter, New Jersey Society Architects.

Background

  • Palliser, Charles was born on December 14, 1853 in Sowerby, near Thirsk, England. Son of John and Helen (Lambert) Palliser.

  • Education

    • Education common schools. Unmarried.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1870. Began in architecture with his brother as Palliser Brothers at Newark, New Jersey, 1870. Practicing alone since 1888.

      Architect of Fowler School Building, Cleveland, O. Cherry St. High School, Elizabeth, New Jersey. Court houses, Pensacola, Florida, and Knoxville, Tennessee.

      State Capitol, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Prison buildings, Victoria and New Westminster, B.C., Canada. 456 government school buildings and 360 teacher’s residences, Brazil, etc.

    Works

    • Author: Palliser’s Common Sense School Architecture, 1909. Modern Cement Sidewalk Construction, 1909. Practical Concrete Block Making, 1909.

      Palliser’s Miscellaneous Architectural Designs and Details, 1911. Palliser’s American Architecture, 1911. Palliser’s Modern Dwellings, 1911.

      Palliser’s New Cottage Homes and Details, 1911. Palliser’s Court Houses, Jails, etc., 1912. Palliser’s Useful Details, 1912, etc.

    Membership

    Member American Institute Architects and New Jersey Chapter, New Jersey Society Architects.

    Connections

    • father: John Palliser
    • mother: Helen (Lambert) Palliser
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