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Male, US, born 1873-11-24, died 1939-01-04

Associated with the firms network

Bebb and Gould, Architects; Gould, Carl F., Sr., Architect; Huntington and Gould, Associated Architects


Professional History

Résumé

Draftsman, McKim, Mead, and White, Architects, New York, NY, 1903-1905; Draftsman, D.H. Burnham and Company, San Francisco, CA, 1905 (he worked with Edward Bennett on the new urban plan for San Francisco); Designer, George B. Post and Sons, Architects, New York, NY, 1906 (Gould worked with a former classmate, James Otis Post, [made partner in 1905] on the firm's design of the Wisconsin State Capitol); Partner, [J.E.R.] Carpenter, [Walter] Blair, and Gould, Architects, New York, NY, 1906-1907; Draftsman, Everett and Baker, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1908; Designer/Partner, Huntington and Gould, Architects, Seattle, WA, c. 1909-1911; Principal, Carl F. Gould, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1908-1914; Partner, Bebb and Gould, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1914-1939. According to the University of Washington Libraries' "Architecture of the Pacific Northwest" web site, Bebb and Gould had distinct responsibilities within the partnership: "Both Charles H. Bebb and Carl F. Gould came into their partnership having already established themselves in their respective fields as individuals and members of highly successful design teams. Joining their complementary strengths, Bebb and Gould became associates in 1914 with the agreement that Bebb would act as engineer and partner in charge of management, contracts and specifications, and Gould as principal designer and planner. When he partnered with Bebb, Gould modified or carried forward some large projects that Bebb's former partner Louis Mendel had begun...." (See "Architecture of the Pacific Northwest: William E. Boeing residence [Seattle, Wash.], entrance gate and lodge elevations,"Accessed 06/07/2011.)

Teaching

Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1914-1926, founded the Department of Architecture. With his connections in the UW Administration, Gould obtained the commissions for 18 buildings on campus.

Professional Service

Patron, Seattle Architectural Club, Seattle, WA, 1910; Chairman, Seattle Architectural Club, Exhibition Committee, 1910; Member, American Institute of Architects, Washington Chapter, 1910-1911; President, Fine Arts Society, 1912-1916, 1926-1929; President, Washington State Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1923-1924; Member, Architectural League of the Pacific Coast; in 1925, Gould was a member of the Seattle City Planning Commission, chaired by A.F. Morton. Others on the committee included: A.R. Cook, John Carroll, John E. Jepson, J.D. Blackwell. Carl F. Gould, Sr., was one of the most influential Seattleites of his time, mixing with business leaders at many cultural events, and always advocating for the arts. He took key leadership roles in the city's cultural and environmental design institutions, creating firm organizational foundations for future growth.

Professional Awards

Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA).

Archives

The majority of Carl F. Gould's papers are located in the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, Seattle, WA; this collection is known as the Gould Family Papers, 1830-1983, Manuscript Collection 3516.

Education

College

Graduate, Philips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH, 1894. B.Arch., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1898; coursework, École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France, 1898-1903; Dipl., École des Beaux-Arts, Fontainebleau, France. Gould joined Harvard's Beta Theta Pi Fraternity chapter in 1896.

Personal

Relocation

Carl F. Gould, Sr., lived in New York, NY and Tarrytown, NY, before attending Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Gould then spent five years in Paris, France, moving back to New York City, before migrating permanently to Seattle, WA, in 1908. He first came to Seattle in c. 1905. He had been working with Edward Bennett on the new city plan for San Francisco, CA, and returning home to New York, NY, Gould visited the Pacific Northwest by train. In 1910, he resided in an apartment in the Madison Hotel at 1019 Madison Street on First Hill. In the Madison, he lived nearby to two colleagues, architects Joseph Cote (b. 1874) and Edouard Frere Champney (1874-1929). Gould and the accomplished designer Champney both attended Harvard University c. 1894-1896 and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, France, c. 1899-1900. During the 1920s and 1930s, the Goulds had two residences, one at 1058 East Lynn Street erected in 1921 and a country house, Topsfield, built in 1915, situated on Bainbridge Island acreage. Both houses were designed by Carl F. Gould, Sr.,

Parents

His parents, Charles Judson Gould, a tea merchant, and Annie Westbrook, a socialite, lived in New York, NY, and Tarrytown, NY. The University of Washington Libraries' Special Collections' Gould Family Papers Finding Aid said this of his parents: "Both of Gould’s parents claimed descent from prominent New York families. His father, Charles Judson Gould, was a successful New York merchant and financier and his mother, Annie Laurie Westbrook Gould, held property in the city that had passed through her family for two hundred years. Carl Gould and his six siblings (five sisters and a brother) grew up in the Gould’s New York City apartment, and Suncliff, their country home in Tarrytown. The Gould children were educated in leading New England schools, and all accompanied their parents on European trips, where their appreciation for art and architecture was fostered. Carl’s mother was an avid arts patron and collected the works of relatively unknown (at the time) young artists, such as Winslow Homer and Rockwell Kent. Appreciation for the arts has pervaded the Gould family through generations; among other family members, Anne Hauberg, née Anne Westbrook Gould, granddaughter and namesake of Carl’s mother, has followed in her grandmother’s footsteps and been an important Seattle arts patron." (See Orbis Cascade Alliance, Archives West, Gould Family Papers, accessed 08/19/2015.)

Spouse

Carl F. Gould, Sr., married Dorothy Wheaton Fay Gould on 06/22/1915 in Seattle, WA; Mrs. Gould (1890-1976) had taught English at the University of Washington and met her husband, the founder of the School of Architecture at the University of Washington [1914], at the school, c. 1913.

Children

A son, Carl F. Gould, Jr., (1916-1992), also became an architect; Anne Westbrook Gould Hauberg, born 1917. Anne would go on to study architecture for two years at the University of Washington (working with the popular professor, Lionel Pries [1897-1968]), Vassar, and at the Cambridge School of Architecture and Design, Cambridge, MA. She became a prominent art collector and philanthropist in the Seattle area for many years. She married John H. Hauberg (1916-2002), heir to the Weyerhaeuser lumber fortune and a major philanthropist supporting the Seattle Symphony and Art Museum, in 1941; together, they had three children, one of whom, Mark, passed away before he reached three years of age. Carl, Sr. and Dorothy's third child, John Bradford VanWyck Fay Gould, was born in 1925, schooled at Groton and Princeton, and eventually became a research engineer.

Biographical Notes

Gould fell ill during the year 1907-1908, and decided to leave the East Coast permanently for Seattle after this. The Gould Family took a vacation to the East Coast in the Summer of 1936, where it saw the restoration of Colonial Williamsburg. Gould lectured on the subject before the Women's University Art and Architecture Class on 03/26/1937. (See "Rebuilding of Historic Virginia City Told," Seattle Times, 03/27/1937, p. 7.)



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PCAD id: 1764


NameDateCityState
1245 Federal Avenue East House, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WASeattleWA
1251 Federal Avenue East House, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Agen, John B., House #2, Broadview, Seattle, WA1915SeattleWA
Alexander, H. F., House, Queen Anne, Seattle, WA1925
American Telephone and Telegraph Company (A, T and T), Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, Office Building #2, Seattle, WA1921SeattleWA
American Telephone and Telegraph Company (A, T and T), Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, Office Building, Longview, WA1928-1929LongviewWA
Ames, Edgar, House Project, Seattle, WA1918SeattleWA
Ankeny, Rollin V. and Eleanor R., House #2, Seattle, WA1912
Arena, War Relief Bazaar, Seattle, WA1917SeattleWA
Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle, WA1932-1933SeattleWA
Associated Business Properties Office Building Project #1, Seattle, WA1928SeattleWA
Associated Business Properties Office Building Project #2, Seattle, WA1928SeattleWA
Bainbridge Island Country Club, Cow Barn, Bainbridge Island, WA1911Bainbridge IslandWA
Bekins Moving and Storage Company, Warehouse #2, Seattle, WA1909-1909SeattleWA
Blethen, Clarence B., House, Queen Anne, Seattle, WA1913-1914SeattleWA
Boeing, William E., House, The Highlands, Seattle, WA1912-1913SeattleWA
Bogle, Lawrence, House, Seattle, WA1913SeattleWA
Bond, Marshall, House, Seattle, WA1910SeattleWA
Brownell, F.H., House, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA1910-1912SeattleWA
Brownell House, The Country Club, Bainbridge Island, WA1914-1915Bainbridge IslandWA
Cavanaugh, J., House, Prosser, WA1912ProsserWA
City of Everett, Public Library #2, Bayside, Everett, WA1933-1934EverettWA
City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation Department, Hiawatha Community Center, West Seattle, Seattle, WA1910-1911SeattleWA
City of Seattle, Parks and Recreation Department, Volunteer Park, Burke Memorial, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA1928SeattleWA
Community Hotel Corporation, Olympic Hotel #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA1923-1924SeattleWA
Daniels, Joseph, House, University District, Seattle, WA1913-1914SeattleWA
DeClarenze, J.D., House, Leschi, Seattle, WA1913-1914SeattleWA
Dovey, Thomas, House, Queen Anne, Seattle, WA1910-1911SeattleWA
Downing, E.B., House, Seattle, WA1913SeattleWA
Dunn, Arthur and Jeanette, Summer House and Gardens, Broadview, Seattle, WA1915-1916SeattleWA
Elmore, Bruce, House, Seattle, WA1911-1912SeattleWA
Glover, A.L., House, Cowen Park, Seattle, WA1912-1913SeattleWA
Gould, Aubrey, House, Great Neck, NY1913-1914Great NeckNY
Gould, Carl F., Sr., and Dorothy, House, Bainbridge Island, WA1913-1914Bainbridge IslandWA
Hanford, Tucker, Company Printing Plant, Seattle, WA1915SeattleWA
Hayes and Hayes Bank Project, Aberdeen, WA1924AberdeenWA
Larrabee, Charles X., and Frances, House, Edgemoor, Bellingham, WA1914-1915BellinghamWA
Madison Hotel #1, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Marion Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA1902SeattleWA
Masonic Building, Lodge, Green Lake, Seattle, WA1921-1924SeattleWA
Metropolitan Building Company, College Club #1, Metropolitan Tract, Seattle, WA1909-1910SeattleWA
New York World's Fair, 1939, Washington State Pavilion, Queens, New York, NY1938-1939New YorkNY
Normandy Park Residential Sub-division, Master Plan, Normandy Park, WA1928-1929Normandy ParkWA
Peachey, William S., House, Bainbridge Island, WA1910Bainbridge IslandWA
Peachey, William S., House, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA1912SeattleWA
Puget Mill Company, Building, Downtown, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Puget Sound News Company Building, Seattle, WA1915-1916SeattleWA
Rainier Club, Downtown, Seattle, WA1904SeattleWA
Seattle Apartment House Project, Seattle, WA
Seattle Civic Center Plan Project, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Seattle Times Company, Headquarters Building #3, Downtown, Seattle, WA1914-1916SeattleWA
Seattle Times Company, Headquarters Building #4, Downtown, Seattle, WA1924
Skinner, D.E., House, Seattle, WA1912SeattleWA
Squire, W.C., Apartment Building, First Hill, Seattle, WA1909SeattleWA
Terry, Jane, House, Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA1919SeattleWA
Union Theological Seminary Design Competition Project, New York, NY1906
United States Army, Corps of Engineers, Chittenden, Hiram M., Locks, Administration Building, Ballard, Seattle, WA1914-1916SeattleWA
United States Army, Corps of Engineers, Chittenden, Hiram M., Locks, Locksman's Building, Seattle, WA1916-1916SeattleWA
United States Government, Department of the Interior, National Park Service (NPS), Camp Muir, Mount Rainier National Park, WA1916Mount Rainier National ParkWA
United States Government, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Immigration Building, Seattle, WASeattleWA
United States Public Health Service Hospital, Seattle, WA1934SeattleWA
United States Public Health Service, Marine Hospital, Beacon Hill, Seattle, WA1930-1933SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Aerodynamics Laboratory, Seattle, WA1917SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity House, Seattle, WA1924SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority House, Seattle, WA1930SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Anderson, Alfred H., Hall, Seattle, WA1924-1925SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), ASUW, Stadium Remodeling, Seattle, WA1927SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Campus Plan #5, 1915, Seattle, WA1915
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Chemistry and Pharmacy Building, Seattle, WA1935-1937SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Commerce Hall, Seattle, WA1917-1920SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Delta Chi Fraternity, Chapter House, Seattle, WA1922SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Eagleson Hall, Seattle, WA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Education Hall, Seattle, WA1922-1923SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Forest Products Laboratory, Seattle, WA 1921SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Harris, Charles W., Hydraulics Lab, Seattle, WA1920SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Henry, Horace Chapin, Art Gallery, Seattle, WA1926-1927SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Home Economics Hall, Seattle, WA1916-1917SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Hutchinson Hall, Seattle, WA1927SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Library #3, Seattle, WA1923-1927SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Marine Biological Station, Master Plan, Friday Harbor, WA1923Friday HarborWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Pavilion Pool, Seattle, WA1937SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Penthouse Theatre #2, Seattle, WA1938-1940SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Psi Upsilon Fraternity House, Seattle, WA1924SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Roberts, Milner, Hall, Seattle, WA1921SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Smith, James Allen, Hall, Seattle, WA1938-1939SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Washington Stadium, Seattle, WA1920-1920SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Wind Tunnel, Seattle, WA1937SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Women's Gymnasium, Seattle, WA1927SeattleWA
Washington State Normal School, Main Library, Bellingham, WA1928BellinghamWA
Western Washington College of Education, Physical Education Building, Bellingham, WABellinghamWA
Weyerhaeuser Company, Office Building, Everett, WAEverettWA
White, Chester F., House, The Highlands, Seattle, WA1912SeattleWA
Woodlawn Floor Shop, Seattle, WA1917SeattleWA
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), Branch #1, University District, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), University of Washington Branch, Seattle, WA1922SeattleWA
Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA), Building, Bellingham, WA1913-1914BellinghamWA
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