Male, born 1917

Associated with the firm network

Williams, Thomas O., AIA, and Associates, Architects

Professional History


Principal, Thomas O. Williams, Designer, College Place, WA, 1939-1941; Designer, United States Army (USA), Corps of Engineers (COE), 1942-1944; Partner, Williams and Myers, Architectural Designers, College Place, WA, 1944-1955; Principal, Thomas O. Williams, AIA, and Associates, Architect, College Place, WA, 1955- ; in later years, Williams maintained a general practice in and around Walla Walla, WA.

Professional Service

When surveyed in 1962, Williams was a Registered Architect in the States of OR, WA, and ID.


Coursework, Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA, 1935-1937; B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Seattle, WA, 1937-1939.


In 1920 Thomas lived with his family on Main Street in Milton, OR, in a house they owned without a mortgage.

His Father, T.A. Williams (born c. 1877 in IA), worked as a lumber and hardware merchant in Milton, OR, in 1920. His mother, Minnie (born c. 1877 in IA), maintained the home and had had a Swedish ancestry. Both of her parents migrated to the US from Sweden. T.A. and Minnie had three children: Alberta (born c. 1906 in KS), Lehla (bron c. 1907 in KS) and Thomas Owen. The Williams Family began in IA, moved to KS by at least 1906, and then on to OR by at least 1917. Thomas had been born in the summer of 1917, according to the 1920 US Census.

Associated Locations

  • Milton, OR (Architect's Birth)
    Milton, OR

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PCAD id: 3587