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Frank Bouldin Hunt Edit Profile

Architect , water color artist

Frank Bouldin Hunt, American architect, water color artist. Recipient numerous design awards; architectural models of Blyth Olmpic Arena, F.B. Hunt residence, related material at Museum California, Oakland. Served to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Fellow American Institute of Architects; member Eastbay Watercolor Society, Phi Gamma Delta.


Hunt, Frank Bouldin was born on July 19, 1915 in Morrill County, Nebraska, United States. Son of Frank Neal and Sylvia Sybil (Ball) Hunt.


Student, University Nebraska, 1935. Student, University California, Berkeley, 1938.


Draftsman and designer firms in California, 1938-1942, 46-48. Partner Kitchen and Hunt (Architects), San Francisco, 1948-1962, president, 1962-1973, Hunt and Company (Architects), San Francisco, 1973-1975, director, 1975-1981. Vice president, director Kennedy/Jenks Engineers, San Francisco, 1975-1986, Ecker Company, San Francisco, 1966-1982.


  • Other Work

    • Principal works include library expansion, residence halls, Crocker Nuclear Laboratory at University California, Davis, 1954-1965, facilities for VIII Olympic Winter Games, Squaw Valley, California, 1956-1960. Consultant: United States Olympic Training Center, 1978-1980. Facilities for Pacific Northern Region Eastman Kodak Company, San Francisco, 1956-1958, water treatment plants, Marin County (California) Municipal Water District, 1957-1973.

      F.B. Hunt Residence, 1958-1960. Mausoleums at Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, California, 1958-1960, 74-76, 80-81. Donner Animal Bioradiol.

      Lab, Lawrence Berkeley (California) Lab, 1961-1964, 76. Music classroom building, California State University, Hayward, 1963-1966, Reno-Sparks (Nevada) Joint Water Pollution Control plant, 1965-1967, 77-82, San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District stations at North Berkeley, Oakland West, South Hayward, Union City, Fremont, 1965-1973, Santa Clara County (California) water treatment plants and related facilities, 1966-1973, Maintenance and Operations Center, United Air Lines, San Francisco International Airport, 1969-1972, 76-86, Pacific Northern Region distribution center, Eastman Kodak Company, San Ramon, California, 1967-1969, Kern County (California) water treatment plant, 1973-1976, Central Marin Sanitary Agency Treatment Plant, San Rafael, California, 1980-1984, Palace Hotel rehabilitation, San Francisco, 1979-1985.


Served to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Fellow American Institute of Architects. Member Eastbay Watercolor Society, Phi Gamma Delta.


Married Isabel Jean Phillips, September 6, 1950. Married Donna Henderson Thomas, December 27, 1955.

Frank Neal Hunt

Sylvia Sybil (Ball) Hunt

Isabel Jean Phillips

Donna Henderson Thomas