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Architect

Robert James Evans, American architect. Registered architect, California. Founder Tomales Bay Association, Marshall California, 1964. Fellow American Institute of Architects (emeritus), Association University Architects (founder, president 1955-1957, emeritus 1972).

Background

Evans, Robert James was born on April 15, 1914 in Alameda, California, United States. Son of Edwin Florence and Idella Mary (Cranna) Evans.

Education

Bachelor of Arts California, Berkeley, 1935.

Career

Draftsman Wm. C. Hays Architect, San Francisco, 1935-1937, University California, 1937-1941, architect, 1941-1945, university architect, 1945-1972, assistant vice president, 1971-1972. Consultant architect Marshall, California, since 1973. Assistant to chancellor University Michigan-Flint, 1972-1973.

Supervising architect University California, Davis, 1942-1945, Berkeley, 1948-1955. Consultant architect campus plan University Ryukus, Okinawa, 1969. Consultant architect campus paln University North Carolina, Greensboro, 1979-1982.

Consultant architect campus plan Kabul University, Afghanistan, 1955, University Hawaii, 1960-1962, Salk Institute, San Diego, 1983-1984.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, California.

Membership

Founder Tomales Bay Association, Marshall California, 1964. Fellow American Institute of Architects (emeritus), Association University Architects (founder, president 1955-1957, emeritus 1972).

Connections

Married Carol Ann Benton, September 11, 1937 (deceased 2004). Children: Joan Carlson, Ann Blakeman, Marcia Mothorn (deceased).

father:
Edwin Florence Evans

mother:
Idella Mary (Cranna) Evans

spouse:
Carol Ann Benton

child:
Joan Carlson Evans

child:
Ann Blakeman Evans

child:
Marcia Mothorn Evans (deceased)