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Harold Clarence Whitehouse


Harold Clarence Whitehouse, American architect. Recipient Sands Memorial medal College Architecture Cornell Univercity, 1913. Certificate master craftsman in ecclesiastical metal work, 1954.


Whitehouse, Harold Clarence was born on January 31, 1884 in Sommerville, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Arthur Thomas and Emily Dora (Chaney) Whitehouse.


Student Boston Art Club, 1902-1903, Cornell Univercity, 1911-1913. European study, 1923.


July 1964); children—Helen M. (Mistress Herbert M. Hamblen), Bruce T., Clare E. (Mistress Fred W. Gilbert). Married second, Ruth Thompson, September 1965. With various architectural firms, Boston, also Butte, Montana and Spokane, Washington, 1900-1914.

Partner firm Whitehouse and Price, Spokane, since 1914. Principal works include Hutton Settlement, Spokane, 1915, chemistry building Washington State University, Pullman, 1940, Cathedral St. John the Evangelist, Spokane, 1942, Naval Supply Depot, Spokane, Farragut Naval Training Station, 1942, Epiphany Episcopal Parish, Seattle, 1945, Lincoln First Federal Savings & Loan Building, music and art buildings U. Washington Campus, Seattle, 1948, Spokane Coliseum, 1954. Director Lincoln First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Leland Trailer Company, Big West Oil Corporation, Spokane.


Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president Spokane 1950). Member Spokane Art Association (past president), Church Architectural Guild American, Craftsman’s Guild Washington State, Associate Engineers Spokane, Washington State Arts and Crafts Association, American Craftsman’s Council, S.A.R., Gargoyle Society, Scarab. Mason (32 degree, K.T.).


Married Catherine Cox Weston, June 2, 1909 (deceased.; married second, Ruth Thompson, September 1965. Children: Helen M. (Mistress.

Arthur Thomas Whitehouse

Emily Dora (Chaney) Whitehouse

Catherine Cox Weston

Ruth Thompson

Helen M. (Mrs Whitehouse