Male, born 1843-03-17, died 1913

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Apponyi, Charles E., Architect

Professional History


Principal, Charles Apponyi, Architect, San Francisco, CA, 1877. In 1877, Apponyi operated his practice from an office at 126 Kearny Street. (In that same year, Bernhardt Henriksen also maintained his office in that office building.) (See San Francisco California City Directory, 1877, p. 465.)

Mining Engineer, Mexico, 1907; in 1907, while he worked in Mexico, Apponyi maintained that his permanent home was in Monterey, CA. Principal, Charles E. Apponyi, Architect, San Diego, CA, c. 1911.



It appears that Apponyi had an eccentric and irascible manner that caused him to alienate people forcing him to relocate frequently and abruptly.


Apponyi was of Hungarian ancestry.


According to his emergency US Passport application of 04/20/1907, Apponyi was married to Emilie Apponyi. At this time, he wanted to send his wife and two children to live in Europe indefinitely. (See "C E Apponyi in the U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925," National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington D.C.; NARA Series: Emergency Passport Applications (Issued Abroad), 1877-1907; Roll #: 21; Volume #: Volume 035: Kingston, Jamaica to Montreal, Canada)


Apponyi indicated on his 1907 emergency UW Passport application that he had two children, Adelaide (born 01/08/1895 in New York, NY) and Carl E. (born 12/12/1903 in Los Angeles, CA).

Associated Locations

PCAD id: 3244