Male, born 01/25/1889, died 06/1970

Associated with the firms network

Baker, Vogel, and Evans, Architects; Baker, Vogel, and Roush, Architects; Baker, Vogel, Evans, and Roush, Architects

Professional History

Partner, Baker, Vogel, and Evans, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1920-1921; Partner, Baker, Vogel, Evans and Roush, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1922-1925; Partner, Baker, Vogel and Roush, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1926-1933; Principal, Joshua H. Vogel, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1936-1950; Planning and Public Works Consultant, University of Washington, Bureau of Governmental Research and Services, Seattle, WA, 1948; Vogel worked in China and Japan between 1915-late 1920s, and became an expert on architecture of both countries. In later years, Vogel became an expert on the design of public service buildings (fire and police stations, for example,) and an influential and prolific writer on urban planning in the State of WA.

Chairman, American Institute of Architects, Washington State Chapter, Chapter Government Relations Committee, c. 1948; Vogel was sworn into the Washington State Board of Health in 1949;


Joshua Vogel was born in South Dakota. Before coming to Seattle, WA, in 1920, he lived in San Francisco, CA. His last residence was in the 98027 zip code of Issaquah, WA.

Joshua Vogel married his wife, Helen, in 1915. Helen was born c. 1887 in OH. Her parents were both from OH.

Joshua and Helen Vogel had 6 children together: Peter (born c. 06/1916 in Japan), Barbara (born c. 04/1918 in OH), Hayes (born c. 10/1919 in WA).

SSN: 536-36-5184;

PCAD id: 4178