view all images ( of 5 shown)

Male, US, born 1874-08-14, died 1967-12-10

Associated with the firms network

Foulkes and Hogue, Architects; Foulkes, Edward T., Architect


Professional History

Résumé

Draftsman, Clarence Blackall, Architect, Boston, MA, 1899.

Draftsman, Cass Gilbert, Architect, New York, NY, and Saint Paul, MN, 1901-1902; (Foulkes worked in the Gilbert Office while it was engaged on the Minnesota State Capitol #3 [1896-1905].)

Designer, Carrère and Hastings, Architects, New York, NY, 1903.

Principal, Edward T. Foulkes, Architect, San Francisco, CA, 1906-1913, c. 1917-1955; Foulkes operated a branch office in Fresno, CA, between 1910-1914;

Partner, Foulkes and Hogue, Architects, San Francisco, CA, and Portland, OR, 1913-1916; Both Foulkes and Hogue attended MIT. The Foulkes-Hogue partnership produced two pavilions for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (PPIE): the Oregon State Building (fitting, as Foulkes was an OR native) and the Inside Inn, a temporary, 610-room hotel built inside the confines of the PPIE.

Partner, Foulkes and Dennis, Architects, Oakland, CA, c. 1955-1956.

Education

High School/College

Graduate, Portland High School, Portland, OR, c. 1892.

B.A., Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 1893-1894.

B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, 1897-1898.

Foulkes attended classes at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France, 1903-1904.

College Awards

Foulkes was awarded the prestigious Rotch Traveling Scholarship for study abroad, 1903-1904, and traveled throughout the world on award funds, visiting the UK (England and Wales), Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Egypt, India, China, and Japan.

Personal

Relocation

Foulkes was born in Monmouth, OR, and died in Oakland, CA, at the age of 93.

Parents

His mother's maiden name was Thomas.

Biographical Notes

SSN: 548-18-4557.



Associated Locations

  • Oakland, CA (Architect's Death)
    Oakland, CA

    OpenStreetMap (new tab)
    Google Map (new tab)
    click to view google map

  • Monmouth, OR (Architect's Birth)
    Monmouth, OR

    OpenStreetMap (new tab)
    Google Map (new tab)
    click to view google map

PCAD id: 1175