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Male, born 1891-06-23, died 1977-10-20

Associated with the firms network

Bakewell and Brown, Architects; Frick, Edward L., Architect; Weihe, Frick and Kruse, Architects


Professional History

Résumé

Draftsman, Bakewell and Brown, Architects, San Francisco, CA.

Principal, Edward L. Frick, San Francisco, CA.

Partner, Weihe, Frick and Kruse, Architects, San Francisco, CA, 1942- .

Archives

Some papers created by Edward Frick are contained in the Weihe, Frick and Kruse Collection maintained at the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), College of Environmental Design (CED) Archives, Berkeley, CA. The CED web site said of this collection: "The bulk of the Weihe, Frick & Kruse collection consists of records documenting Weihe, Frick & Kruse projects. The collection also contains records from predecessor firms of Brown & Frick, and Bakewell & Weihe, as well as material created by the successor firm of William B. Fox. Materials include a few student drawings by Edward Frick and project files and drawings of Frick, and Bakewell & Weihe. Project files and drawings also document Weihe, Frick & Kruse projects, as well as Grace Cathedral, the largest project in the collection." (See University of California, Berkeley (UCB), College of Environmental Design Archives, "Weihe, Frick & Kruse," accessed 07/11/2019.)

Education

Frick was awarded First Prize in the Pacific Coast Architectural League's Competition of 03/-04/1912; his design for a "Festival Hall and Open-Air Theatre" placed first out of 16 entrants. The jury for this competition consisted of Robert Farquhar, John Galen Howard, George Kelham, Louis C. Mullgardt, Loring P. Rixford, William C. Hays, G. Albert Lansburgh, Arthur Brown, Jr., and John Bakewell, Jr., Chairman. Alfred Faist Rosenheim, President of the Architectural League of the Pacific Coast (ALPC) and Willis Polk, past-President of the ALPC, also attended the judging. An advisory jury also participated in the judging, a significant group including, Thomas Hastings, of the New York firm of Carrere and Hastings; Henry Bacon, celebrity designer of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC; William Richardson of McKim, Mead and White, Architects, New York, NY; and John Galen Howard, who served on both juries. (See John Bakewell, Jr., "Recent Competition of the Pacific Coast League," Architect and Engineer of California, 28:3, 04/1912, p. 71-82.)

Personal

Relocation

Frick was born in CA, and died in San Francisco, CA, at the age of 86.


PCAD id: 3319