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George Clayton Pearl Edit Profile

Architect

George Clayton Pearl was British architect. Recipient Bunting award Albuquerque Conservation Association, 1988, Life Achievement award Historic Preservation State New Mexico 1993, Lifetime Achievement award Design and Historic Preservation Albuquerque Community Foundation.

Background

Pearl, George Clayton was born on November 4, 1923 in London. Son of George William and Virgie Adlaid (Ford) Pearl.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Texas, 1950. Doctor of Fine Arts (honorary), University New Mexico, 1996.

Career

Director design Stevens, Mallory, Pearl & Campbell, Albuquerque, 1953-1989, director emeritus, from 1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One man shows include St. Johns College, Santa Fe, 1987.

Membership

Chairman Albuquerque Landmarkers and Urban Conservation Commission, 1980-1985. Board advisors National Trust for History Preservation, Washington, 1976-1986. Board directors New Mexico Architectural Foundation, Santa Fe, since 1988, Hispanic Cultural Foundation, Albuquerque, 1985-1990.

Active Commission for Preservation History New Mexico Churches. Member Capitol Arts Foundation, since 1990, Guadaupe History Foundation, since 1991. President New Mexico Architectural Foundation, since 1991.

Fellow American Institute of Architects (Silver medal western mountain region 1987).

Connections

father:
George William Pearl

mother:
Virgie Adlaid (Ford) Pearl