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Clarence Richard Ward

architect

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