Havens & Toepke (1874-1916)

Flatiron Building, Hobart Building and McKesson Plaza on Market Street
From Foreground to Background
Flatiron Building by Havens & Toepke
Hobart Building by Willis Polk
McKesson Plaza by Welton Becket & Associates

19 February 2012
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Charles I. Havens (1849-1916)
William H. Toepke (1870-1949)

Havens was born in New York and moved to California in 1856. As City Architect of San Francisco for twelve years, he designed many schools, none of which survive.

Toepke was a San Francisco native. He entered the office of William Mooser in 1886 to study architecture. Havens hired Toepke in 1890. In 1897, they formed a partnership which lasted until 1915.

Name Year Address City Sort Address Sort Name
Contra Costa County Courthouse1901625 Court StreetMartinezCourtContra Costa County Courthouse
Daly House1895900-902 Guerrero StreetSan FranciscoGuerrero 0900Daly House
Laidlaw-Stanford House18973232 Jackson StreetSan FranciscoJackson 3232Laidlaw-Stanford House
Masky Building190848-52 Kearny StreetSan FranciscoKearny 0048Masky Building
Bartlett Doe Building1909153 Kearny StreetSan FranciscoKearny 0153Bartlett Doe Building
Flatiron Building1908Market at Sansome and Sutter StreetsSan FranciscoMarketFlatiron Building
Residence19011964 Pacific AvenueSan FranciscoPacific 1964Residence
Residence190515 Presidio TerraceSan FranciscoPresidio Terrace 0015Residence
Havens Mansion18841381 South Van Ness AvenueSan FranciscoSouth Van NessHavens Mansion
Residence1891601 Steiner StreetSan FranciscoSteiner 0601Residence
Residence19082957-2961 Washington StreetSan FranciscoWashington 2957Residence
Residence18872965 Washington StreetSan FranciscoWashington 2965Residence
Laidlaw-Stanford House
3232 Jackson Street
Photographed 2 August 2012
1964 Pacific Avenue
Photographed 17 October 2019
2957-2961 Washington Street and 2965 Washington Street 2957-2961 Washington Street on the Left
2965 Washington Street on the Right
2957-2961 Washington Street and 2965 Washington Street
Photographed 5 September 2019

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