Charles W. Dickey (1871–1942)
Charles William Dickey was born in Alameda and raised in Honolulu.
He attended high school in Oakland then studied architecture ta the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dickey practiced in Oakland from about 1903 to 1924 and thereafter in Honolulu, where he is considered to have created a distinctive Hawaiian style of architecture.
|Name||Year||Address||City||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Oakland Free Library - Alden Branch||1918||5205 Telegraph Avenue||Oakland||Telegraph 5205||Oakland Free Library - Alden Branch|
|Oakland Free Library - Golden Gate Branch||1918||5606 San Pablo Avenue||Oakland||San Pablo 5606||Oakland Free Library - Golden Gate Branch|
|Oakland Free Library - 23rd Avenue Branch||1918||1449 Miller Avenue||Oakland||Miller 1449||Oakland Free Library - 23rd Avenue Branch|
|University High School||1922||5714 Martin Luther King Jr. Way||Oakland||Martin Luther King 5714||University High School|
|Kahn's Department Store||1913||1501-1539 Broadway||Oakland||Broadway 1501||Kahn's Department Store|
|Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building||1921||1625 Clay and 551 Seventeenth Streets||Oakland||Clay 1625||Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building|
|Stockton Savings and Loan Society Bank||1915||301 East Main Street||Stockton||Main E 0301||Stockton Savings and Loan Society Bank|
|Claremont Hotel||1915||41 Tunnel Road||Berkeley||Tunnel||Claremont Hotel|
|Oakland Bank of Savings||1907||1200 Broadway||Oakland||Broadway 1200||Oakland Bank of Savings|