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Pierpont Davis

architect

Pierpont Davis, American architect. Award of Distinguished Honor in Architecture, So. member firm Pierpont and Walter S. Davis since 1916; member Municipal Art Commission, City of Los Los Angeles Award of Distinguished Honor in Architecture, Southern California Chapter American International Assurance for St. John’s Episcopal Church of Los Los Angeles; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Background

Davis, Pierpont was born on December 27, 1884 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of Francis Earlougher and Annie Legate (Swindell) Davis.

Education

Student Baltimore City College, 1 year, Maryland. Institute Art and Design, 3 years.

Career

William James Kuehn; United States N.R.), Althea Churchill (wife of Doctor Hugo Lucic, captain United States Navy Reserve). In architectural practice since 1910. Member firm Pierpont and Walter S. Davis since 1916.

Secretary O. H. Churchill Company, Laurel Avenue Corporation. An architect of Pentagon Building, Washington. 1 of 5 architects Los Angeles County General Hospital, Hall of Justice, Los Angeles County Museum.

President Library of Architecture and Allied Arts. Member Municipal Art Commission, City of Los Los Angeles Award of Distinguished Honor in Architecture, Southern California Chapter American International Assurance for St. John’s Episcopal Church of Los Los Angeles.

Membership

Member firm Pierpont and Walter S. Davis since 1916. Member Municipal Art Commission, City of Los Los Angeles Award of Distinguished Honor in Architecture, Southern California Chapter American International Assurance for St. John’s Episcopal Church of Los Los Angeles. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Clubs: California, Los Angeles Country, Los Angeles Yacht.

Connections

Married Gertrude Alberta Churchill, November 17, 1909. Children: Gabrielle Churchill (wife commander.

father:
Francis Earlougher Davis

mother:
Annie Legate (Swindell) Davis

spouse:
Gertrude Alberta Churchill

child:
Gabrielle Churchill (wife commander Davis