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Architect , foundation executive

Harold Grant Dehart, American architect, foundation executive. Registered architect, Maryland, Maryland, Pennsylvania. Grantee traveling fellow, American Collegiate School Architecture, 1964.


Dehart, Harold Grant was born on April 3, 1939 in Omaha. Son of Homer Lowell and Marie Frances (Decamp) Dehart.


Bachelor of Architecture, University Nebraska, 1965. Master of Architecture, University Pennsylvania, 1970. M City Planning, University Pennsylvania, 1970.


Freelance architect H. Grant Dehart & Associates, Annapolis, Maryland, 1970—1972. Manager Wallace-McHarg-Roberts-Todd Company, Washington, 1972—1973. Senior architect planner Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation, 1973—1974.

Staff planner Office Land Use and Water Planning, 1974—1976. Pacific region manager Office Coastal Zone Management, 1976—1981. Executive director Foundation for San Francisco Architectural Heritage, since 1981.

Member board National Council Preservation Executives. Advisor South Market Alliance, San Francisco, since 1983.


  • Registered architect, Maryland, Maryland, Pennsylvania.


Member Annapolis Historic District Commission, 1971—1976. Chairman Rehabilitation Task Force, since 1982. Member of American Institute of Architects (design subcommittee of committee historic resources), National Trust History Preservation, American Planning Association, American Institute Certified Planners, Sigma Tau.


Married Linda Christine Olson, July 17, 1943. 1 child Andrew Hamilton.

Homer Lowell Dehart

Marie Frances (Decamp) Dehart

Linda Christine Olson

Andrew Hamilton Dehart