Log In

Warren Charles Perry

architect.

Warren Charles Perry, American architect. Member California State Board Architectural Examiners from 1928 to ’42.; Fellow American Institute Architects (president Northern California Chapter 1938); member State Association California Architects, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi.; Club: Faculty (Berkeley).

Background

Perry, Warren Charles was born on May 12, 1884 in Santa Barbara, California, United States. Son of Charles Strong and Martha Washington (Warren) Perry.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of California, 1907. Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1908-1911.

Career

Architect at San Francisco, 1912. Architect George C. Edwards Track Stadium, Jurisprudence Building University of California Berkeley Potrero Hill Housing Project (with F. H. Meyer and John Bakewell, Junior), San Francisco, 1939, also many residences. Instructor in architecture, University of California, 1911-1918, assistant professor architecture, 1918-1921, associate professor, 1921-1927, professor since 1927, dean School of Architecture 1927-1949, department chairman of art.

1935-1938.

Membership

Member California State Board Architectural Examiners from 1928 to ’42. Fellow American Institute Architects (president Northern California Chapter 1938). Member State Association California Architects, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi.

Club: Faculty (Berkeley).

Connections

Married Joy Wilson, July 31, 1918. Children: Carolyn Joy (Mistress.

father:
Charles Strong Perry

mother:
Martha Washington (Warren) Perry

spouse:
Joy Wilson

child:
Carolyn Joy (Mrs Perry