Charles William Palmer Edit Profile
Degree in Architecture, Washington State University, 1933. Postgraduate, University Kansas, 1964. Postgraduate, University Virginia, 1966.
Civilian architect United States Navy, Washington, Guam, 1943—1950. Chief architect United States Air Force Far East Headquarters, Tokyo, 1950—1955. Architect Department Defense United States Air Force, Washington, 1950—1972.
Principal C.W. Palmer American Institute of Architects, Arlington, Virginia, 1972—1981. Consultant architect Scottsdale, Arizona, from 1981. Artist, Arlington, 1975—1980.
Member of American Institute of Architects, American Society Military Engineers, Federal Architect Council (founder, president 1962-1965), Far East Society Architects Engineers (co-founder, board directors 1952-1954), Shriners (president Kena Shrine Chanters 1966, Tokyo Shrine Club 1955), Masons Lodge.
Married Ethel May Puckett, June 9, 1937. Children: Charles Gary, Carol Annual.
1943 - 1950
1950 - 1955
1950 - 1972
1972 - 1981