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Clarence Richard Ward

Clarence Richard Ward, American architect. Member executive council of architectural commission of Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and designer, with J. H. Blohme, of Palace of Machinery. Ex-president California State Board Architecture.; Member American International Assurance and Northern California Chapter same; member San Francisco Architectural.

Background

  • Ward, Clarence Richard was born on December 19, 1870 in Niles, Michigan, United States. Son of James and Helen Maria (Everts) Ward.

  • Education

    • Education high school. Special technical course in architecture and engineering, California Military Academy, 1887-1890.

    Career

    • Architect of 100 buildings built in San Francisco after the fire of 1906. Also of a large number in San Francisco and elsewhere before the fire.

    Membership

    Member executive council of architectural commission of Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and designer, with J. H. Blohme, of Palace of Machinery. Ex-president California State Board Architecture. Member American International Assurance and Northern California Chapter same.

    Member San Francisco Architectural. Clubs: Family, Bohemian.

    Connections

    • father: James Ward
    • mother: Helen Maria (Everts) Ward
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    Born December 19, 1870
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