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Architect

Kenneth Adelbert Housholder, American architect. Achievements include architectural work San Mateo Junior College, California, 1959, Oakland Post Office, California, 1965.

Background

Housholder, Kenneth Adelbert was born on January 18, 1918 in Dallas, Texas, United States. Son of Technology Franklin and Selma (Nicholson) Housholder.

Education

Bachelor, Southern Methodist University, 1942. Bachelor of Architecture, Yale University, 1947. Master of Arts, University California-Berkeley, 1965.

Career

Private practice architecture, Dallas, 1947—1950. Member firm Marsh. Smith & Powell, Los Angeles, 1950—1953. Private practice San Francisco, 1953—1964.

Executive vice president Donald Francis Haines, 1964—1973. Architect San Francisco-Bureau Architecture, since 1973. Now professor history Golden Gate University.

Lecturer history architecture, San Francisco, 1962—1971.

Achievements

  • Achievements include architectural work San Mateo Junior College, California, 1959, Oakland Post Office, California, 1965.

Membership

Member American Institute of Architects, Society Architectural Historians, National Trust for Historic Preservation, San Francisco Symphony Society, San Francisco Opera Guild, San Francisco Ballet Association, Oakland Museum Society, National Wildlife Society, Delta Chi, Alpha Rho Tau, Alpha Rho Chi, Press Club (San Francisco), Oakland Athletic Club, Southern Methodist University Alumni Club, Rolls Royce Owners Club, Yale Club of San Francisco.

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