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Male, US, born 1906-04-01, died 1989-07-29

Associated with the firms network

Cote, Joseph S., Architect; Jones, Lovegren, Helms and Jones, Architects; Lovegren-Loveland and Associates, Architects

Professional History


Project Architect, Joseph S. Coté, Architect, Seattle, WA.

Architect, Seattle Parks Department, Seattle, WA, 1933-1935.

Partner, Jones, Lovegren, Helms and Jones, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1956- . From at least 1956 until 1960, Jones, Lovegren, Helms and Jones had its office in Room #706 of the Republic Building at 1511 3rd Avenue in Seattle, (See Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1956, p. 201 and Seattle, Washington, City Directory, 1960, p. 221.)

Partner, Lovegren-Loveland and Associates, Architects, Seattle, WA.

Professional Activities

President, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Washington State Chapter, 1955-1956;

Seattle City Engineer Roy W. Morse hired Lovegren to consult on the Roanoke-Montlake Washington State Highway 520 Connection in 12/1960.


Lovegren's last residence was in the 98111 zip code of Seattle, WA;

Lovegren contributed the entryway sculpture for the 1411 Fourth Avenue Building, Seattle, WA; SSN: 575-16-3505;

PCAD id: 2428