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Nat Gaillard Walker

Nat Gaillard Walker, American architect. Served as First lieutenant, Engineers, 1918.; Fellow American Institute Architects; member Florida Association of Architects.; Club: Fort Myers Golf.

Background

  • Walker, Nat Gaillard was born on March 21, 1886 in Charleston, South Carolina, United States. Son of Henry Mazyck and Elizabeth Jenkins (Prentiss) Walker.

  • Education

    • Graduate Crafts School, Charleston, 1900. Porter Military Academy, 1903. Private study, University Extension.

      1 year in England, 1913. Engineer Officers Training School, Belvoir, Virginia, 1918.

    Career

    • Architect, Rock Hill, South Carolina., Charlotte, North Carolina, 1914-1924, Fort Myers, Florida, since 1924. Highway commissioner, State of South Carolina., 1921-1923. President, Bayside Developers.

      President Ceiba Corporation, Fort Myers, Florida. Regional director American Institute of Architects, 1921-1925. President Chamber of Commerce.

    Membership

    Served as First lieutenant, Engineers, 1918. Fellow American Institute Architects. Member Florida Association of Architects.

    Club: Fort Myers Golf.

    Connections

    • Married Pauline Bradley, July 15, 1919.
    • father: Henry Mazyck Walker
    • mother: Elizabeth Jenkins (Prentiss) Walker
    • spouse: Pauline Bradley
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    Died June 10, 1946
    (aged 60)
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