Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)

Architects

Whittlesey, Charles

ID: 102
Full Name: Charles F. Whittlesey
Occupation: Architect
Gender: M
Nationality: US
Birth Date: 03/10/1867
Death Date: 01/01/1941
Family: Parents: Whittlesey's mother's maiden name was Winston;
Relocation: Born in Alton, IL, he died in Los Angeles, CA, at the age of 73;
Biographical Information: Work History: Draftsman, Louis Sullivan, Chicago, IL, 18??-18??; Principal, Charles F. Whittlesey, Architect, Chicago, IL, following his employment with Sullivan; Chief Architect, Santa Fe Railroad Company, with responsibilities of designing hotels and railroad stations adjacent to the tracks c. 1900; Principal, Charles F. Whittlesey, Architect, San Francisco, CA.
Countries: United States
Locations: Architect's Birth:
Alton, IL
USA
Architect's Death:
Los Angeles, CA
USA
Publications: Gester, William B., "The National Cement Users Convention", Architect and Engineer, 61, 02/1906.
"Reinforced Concrete Test", Architect and Engineer, 62, 02/1906.
"Class A Hotel", Architect and Engineer, 107, 01/1918.
Whittlesey, Charles F., "California's Largest Reinforced Concrete Building", Architect and Engineer, 82-86, 03/1906.
"Fisher House, San Francisco", Architect and Engineer of California, 59, 10/1908.
"Bartlett, W.S., House article", Architect and Engineer of California, 55, 09/1908.
Whittlesey, Charles, "California's largest reinforced concrete building", Architect and Engineer of California, 18-26, 03/1906.
"Concrete Construction", Architect and Engineer of California, 43, 12/1905.
"Pacific Building, San Francisco plate", Architect and Engineer of California, 43, 03/1908.
Whittlesey, Charles F., "The color scheme of the Pacific Building", Architect and Engineer of California, 34-38, 12/1907.
"Pacific Building, San Francisco", Architect & Engineer of California, 93, 05/1908.
Woodbridge, Sally B., Woodbridge, John B., Architecture San Francisco: The Guide, 6, 1982.
"Hayward Hotel advertisement", Arrowhead, 32, 4/1907.
Zaitlin, Joyce, Gilbert Stanley Underwood His Rustic, Art Deco and Federal Architecture, 21-24, 1989.
Homes and Gardens of the Pacific Coast, II: 1913.
Gebhard, David, Winter, Robert, Los Angeles An Architectural Guide, 391, 1994.
"Hayward Hotel, Los Angeles plans", Los Angeles Daily Journal, 2, col 2, 8/14/1905.
"Brown, Lucille D., House, plans", Los Angeles Daily Journal, 2, col 1, 11/29/1909.
"Hayward Hotel, Los Angeles, note", Los Angeles Daily Journal, 2, col 1, 9/22/1905.
"Santa Fe Employees Hospital article", Los Angeles Examiner, 6, 2/18/1904.
"Hospital to be opened in July", Los Angeles Times, part II: 1, 3/12/1905.
"To make more room at top", Los Angeles Times, part V: 1, 9/24/1916.
"Hayward hotel plans addition on 6th street", Los Angeles Times, part V: 1, 3/29/1925.
"Santa Fe Employees Hospital", Los Angeles Times, part II: 16, 7/12/1903.
"For W.S. Bartlett", Los Angeles Times, 1, 08/07/1904.
"Restaurant at Hayward (Hotel) will open this week", Los Angeles Times, part V: 3, 10/20/1929.
"Hayward hotel with annex", Los Angeles Times, part V: 9, 8/30/1925.
"Huntington will be Sheraton no longer", Los Angeles Times, 1, 11/12/1987.
"Padre Hotel plans, Hollywood", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 55, col 2, 1/23/1925.
"Padre Hotel initial announcement", Southwest Builder & Contractor, 54, col 2, 11/21/1924.
Schmitt, Ronald E., Sullivanesque Urban Architecture and Ornamentation, 268, 2002.
Westbank Building A Modern Fireproof Office Building,
Who's Who in American Art, 1947, 4: 1947.