Male, born 1922-10-27, died 2005-02-17

Associated with the firms network

Bellamy, Tennyson F., Architect; Warren and Mattson, Architects; Warren, Mattson and Bryan, Architects; Warren, Texas C., Architect

Professional History


Draftsman, Tennyson F. Bellamy, Architect, Seattle, WA, 1942.

Principal, Texas C. Warren, Architect, Seattle, WA, c. 1951; Partner, Warren, [Glenn] Mattson and [Stanley] Bryan, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1953; Partner, Warren and [Glenn] Mattson, Architects, Seattle, WA, c. 1954-1955;


Warren attended the University of Washington, School of Architecture; a senior project by him entitled, "Beach Club on a Peninsula including a Cabaret, a Private Club and Public Beach Facilities," appeared in the 1943-1946 Year Book of the School of Architecture at the University of Washington, np, 1946.



Born in Stevenville, TX, Texas C. Warren lived with his parents, elder brother and maternal grandfather at 314 North 3rd Street in Walla Walla, WA. His grandfather was Charles Alfred Stevenson (born 12/1854 in WI-d. 07/1946 in WA). (See, Source Citation Year: 1930; Census Place: Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Washington; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0012; FHL microfilm: 2342257, accessed 09/18/2019.) A year before, the Walla Walla, Washington, City Directory, 1929, listed the family as dwelling at 817 Valencia Street. (See R.L. Polk and Company's Walla Walla, Washington, City Directory, 1929, p. 268.)

He and his family resided in Seattle, WA, according the 1940 US Census. The Warrens owned a residence at 2331 West Halladay Street in the city's Magnolia neighborhood. The house was modest and small, and had an approximate value of $1,900 in 1940.

He and his wife had a home address of 1911 9th Avenue West in Seattle, in 05/1948.

The Warrens resided at 234 North Forest Street in Bellingham, WA, from 1982 until 1999, at least. He had an address of 623 West Horton Way, Bellingham, between 2000 and 2002. He last lived in Lynden, WA.

Texas Warren passed away in Bellingham, WA, at the age of 82.


His father, Page Greenough Warren, Sr., (born c. 12/14/1884 in Mount Ayr, IA-d. 07/05/1944 in Seattle, WA) worked as a hotel clerk as per the US Censuses of 1930 and 1940. In 1929, he worked as a clerk at Walla Walla's Marcus Whitman Hotel. (See R.L. Polk and Company's Walla Walla, Washington, City Directory, 1929, p. 268.)

His mother, Clara Violet Stephenson (born c. 1896 in OK-d. 11/22/1940 in Seattle, WA), raised two children in the family home. The 1940 US Census indicated that he finished one year of high school, while his mother graduated from high school. Clara and Page married on 01/25/1913 in Logan County, OK.

Texas had a brother seven years older, Page G. Warren, Jr., (born 08/15/1915 in OK), a graduate of Queen Anne High School, joined the US Marine Corps in 1941. He was killed at the Battle of Tarawa in the Gilbert Islands, on 11/21/1943.


He wed Betty Jane Nichols (born 05/29/1923 in WA-d. 11/09/2002 in Bellingham, WA) on 06/11/1947 in Seattle, WA. Living with her family in Seattle in 1940, her father worked as a railroad steward. (See, Source Citation Year: 1940; Census Place: Seattle, King, Washington; Roll: m-t0627-04377; Page: 8A; Enumeration District: 40-124, accessed 09/18/2019.)

Biographical Notes

At age 19, Texas Warren stood 5-feet, 8-inches tall and weighed 155 pounds. He had a light, Euro-American complexion, with hazel eyes and brown hair. (See, Source Citation The National Archives in St. Louis, Missouri; St. Louis, Missouri; WWII Draft Registration Cards for Washington, 10/16/1940 - 03/31/1947; Record Group: Records of the Selective Service System, 147; Box: 186, accessed 09/18/2019.)

Texas and Betty Warren traveled to Europe for a honeymoon in 1948. They sailed aboard the Finnish Thordén Lines AB's S.S. Selma Thordén from Narvik, Norway to Baltimore, MD, between 05/12/1948 and 05/22/1948.

SSN: 538010388.

PCAD id: 3813