Bay Area Architects: Charles F. Whittlesey
Charles Frederick Whittlesey was an American architect best known for his work in the American southwest, and for pioneering work in reinforced concrete in California.
|Name||Year||Address||City||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Pacific Building||1907||801-823 Market Street||San Francisco||Market 0801||Pacific Building|
|Santa Fe Railroad Depot||1903||1310 University Avenue||Berkeley||University||Santa Fe Railroad Depot|
|Hueter Building||1908||816 Mission Street||San Francisco||Mission 0816||Hueter Building|
|Apartment Building||1909||1230-38 Taylor Street||San Francisco||Taylor 1230||Apartment Building|
|West Bank Building||1908||800 Market Street||San Francisco||Market 0800||West Bank Building|