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Male, US, born 1893-04-15, died 1968-12-11

Associated with the firms network

Bakewell and Weihe, Architects; Weihe, Frick and Kruse, Architects


Professional History

Draftsman, Bakewell and Brown, San Francisco, CA, 1913-1919, 1923-1927; Partner, Bakewell and Weihe, Architects, San Francisco, CA, 1928-1941; Partner, Weihe, Frick and Kruse, Architects, San Francisco, CA, 1942- ;

Weihe joined the American Institute of Architects in 1934;

Education

BAID, Dipl., Ecole Nationale, Speciale, Superiore de Beaux-Arts, Paris, France, 1919-1923;

Weihe won the Lloyd Warren Scholarship in 1919; he won the prestigious 12th Paris Prize from the Society of Beaux-Arts Architects, New York, 1919; he won for "The Capitol Building of the League of Nations Building"; Weihe was working at the San Francisco Architectural Club at the time, with the patrons, Arthur Brown, Jr., Harvey Wiley Corbett, and M. Prevot; Wiehe won 8 medals while at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris.

Personal

Relocation

Born in San Francisco, CA, Weihe lived in Belvedere, CA, in 1943. (See San Francisco, California, City Directory, 1943, p. 1465.)

He died in Santa Barbara County, CA, at the age of 75.

Wiehe's mother's maiden name was Hall.

SSN: 567-50-7841;


PCAD id: 1582