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Lewis Parsons Hobart

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Lewis Parsons Hobart, American architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member American Academy at Rome, Society Beaux Arts Architects.

Background

Hobart, Lewis Parsons was born on January 14, 1873 in St. Louis. Son of Gorge Lewis and Virginia (Easton) Hobart.

Education

Educated University of California, 1893-1894. American Academy at Rome, 1894-1895, Beaux Arts Institute of Design. Paris. 1900-1902.

Career

April 30, 1903; children—Lewis Deming, John Easton. Practiced in New York, 1904, San Francisco, since 1906. Works: Firemen’s Fund Insurance Company Building, University of California Hospital, Wm.

Taylor Hotel. Mills Tower, Grace Cathedral—all of San francisco. United States Post Office Building, Portland. Oregon; Del Monte (California) Hotel.

Golden Gate International Exposition. Bohemian Club; San Francisco Zoöl. Gardens. Elected first president Art Commission City and County of San Francisco, 1932.

Works

  • Works: Firemen’s Fund Insurance Company Building, University of California Hospital, Wm. Taylor Hotel. Mills Tower, Grace Cathedral—all of San francisco. United States Post Office Building, Portland.

    Oregon

  • Del Monte (California) Hotel. Golden Gate International Exposition. Bohemian Club

  • San Francisco Zoöl.

    Gardens. Elected first president Art Commission City and County of San Francisco, 1932.

Membership

Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member American Academy at Rome, Society Beaux Arts Architects. Clubs: Pacific Union, Bohemian.

Connections

Married Mabel Deming. Children: Lewis Deming, John Easton.

father:
Gorge Lewis Hobart

mother:
Virginia (Easton) Hobart

spouse:
Mabel Deming.

children:
Lewis Deming Hobart

John Easton Hobart