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Richard Monroe Arnold


Richard Monroe Arnold, American architect. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Central Arizona chapter 1968); member Arizona Society Architects (president 1969).


Arnold, Richard Monroe was born on December 24, 1927 in Rome, Georgia, United States. Son of Ernest Monroe and Lena Cardwell (Waters) Arnold.


Graduate School for Internat.


Registered architect, North Carolina, Arizona Estimator Robert E. McKee, Inc., Santa Fe, 1951-1952. Draftsman, designer, architect Edwards, McKimmon & Etheredge (Architects), Raleigh, North Carolina, 1952-1959. Project architect Fred M. Guirey, Architect, Phoenix, 1959-1960.

Vice president Guirey, Srnka, Arnold & Sprinkle (Architects and Planners), Phoenix, 1961-1975, president, 1976-1982, Architectural Interiors, Inc., 1971-1982. Founder, president Arizona Council of Professions, 1970-1971. Lecturer Arizona State University College Architecture, 1970, 73, 75.

Important works include Lowell Obs, Flagstaff, Arizona, Colonia Miramonte, Scottsdale, Arizona, Arts and Architecture Complex, Arizona State University, Packard Stadium, Arizona State University, Master Plan, American Graduate School for International Mgmt, Glendale, Arizona, 1st National Bank Arizona parking structure, Phoenix, Long Term Nursing Care unit Veterans Administration Hospital, Phoenix, Cities Service Company Office Bldg, Miami, Arizona.


Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Central Arizona chapter 1968). Member Arizona Society Architects (president 1969). Clubs: Phoenix Execs, University, Phoenix 100 Rotary.


Married Edwina Ruth Barnhill, April.; married Edeltraud Maria von Wittgenstein, January 24, 1981. Children: Stephen Lang, Laura Lesley.

Ernest Monroe Arnold

Lena Cardwell (Waters) Arnold

Edwina Ruth Barnhill

Edeltraud Maria von Wittgenstein

Stephen Lang Arnold

Laura Lesley Arnold