Charles W. Dickey (1871–1942)

National Register #03000427: Claremont Hotel in Berkeley and Oakland, California Claremont Hotel in Berkeley
22 January 2008
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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 Branch19185205 Telegraph Avenue OaklandTelegraph 5205Oakland Free Library - Alden Branch
Oakland Free Library - Golden Gate Branch 19185606 San Pablo Avenue OaklandSan Pablo 5606Oakland Free Library - Golden Gate Branch
Oakland Free Library - 23rd Avenue Branch 19181449 Miller Avenue OaklandMiller 1449Oakland Free Library - 23rd Avenue Branch
University High School 19225714 Martin Luther King Jr. Way OaklandMartin Luther King 5714University High School
Kahn's Department Store19131501-1539 BroadwayOaklandBroadway 1501Kahn's Department Store
Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building19211625 Clay and 551 Seventeenth StreetsOaklandClay 1625Pacific Gas & Electric Company Building
Stockton Savings and Loan Society Bank1915301 East Main StreetStocktonMain E 0301Stockton Savings and Loan Society Bank
Claremont Hotel191541 Tunnel Road BerkeleyTunnelClaremont Hotel
Oakland Bank of Savings19071200 BroadwayOaklandBroadway 1200Oakland Bank of Savings

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