Male, US, born 1883-11-03, died 1954-08-19

Associated with the firms network

Ray and Soule, Architects; Soule and Murphy, Architects, AIA; Soule, Murphy and Hastings, Architects

Professional History


Draftsman with Cram, Goodhue and Ferguson, Architects, Boston, MA, 1907-1908. This firm maintained offices in Boston and New York by this time.

Associate Architect, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA, 1908-1909.

Draftman/Drafting Superintendent, [Francis] Allen and [Charles] Collens, Boston, MA, 1909-1911.

Partner, Ray and Soule, Architects, Santa Barbara, CA, 1912-1917.

Partner, [Winsor] Soule, Murphy and [Theodore Mitchell] Hastings, Architects, Santa Barbara, CA, 1922-1931. This partnership maintained its address at 1206 State Street. Soule, Murphy and Hastings formed either late in 1921 or early 1922. Hastings left the partnership during the Depression's nadir.

Partner, Soule and Murphy, Architects, Santa Barbara, CA, 1932-1953. In 1953, this firm had its offoce at 116 East Sola Street. (See Santa Barbara, California, City Directory, 1953, p. 769.)

Partner, Soule and Glen G. Mosher, Architects, Santa Barbara, CA, 1954-

Soule served as a Member of a Visiting Accreditation team for the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) in 1947.

Archival documents on Soule, Murphy and Hastings c. 1920-1930 housed at the Architecture and Design Collection of the University Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB).



Winsor Soule, Jr., (born 09/1927 in Santa Barbara, CA-d. 05/19/2009 in Berkeley, CA).

PCAD id: 804