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William Charles Hays Sr.

Architect

Berkeley

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Berkeley

2736 Bancroft Way

Berkeley, California 94704

United States

Company Description

The Berkeley Historical Society, founded in the summer of 1978 from the ad-hoc Berkeley Centennial Celebration Committee, is a non-profit, all volunteer group dedicated to researching, preserving and sharing Berkeley's history. Through exhibits, lectures, ... more

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Employment History

Professor of Architecture

University of California

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Landmark Buildings History and Architecture : Stroll Through History |

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Designed by prominent Berkeley architect, William Hays, the church is a fine example of the medieval tradition of melding woodcarving, stained glass and natural material into an organic and inspired whole.


Old First Presbyterian Church - San Francisco, California

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The church was designed by William Charles Hays, Sr., a professor of architecture at the University of California at Berkeley.


Old First Presbyterian Church - San Francisco, California

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The church was designed by William Charles Hays, Sr., a professor of architecture at the University of California at Berkeley.


The current apartments were designed in ...

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The current apartments were designed in 1926 by architect William C. Hays, who went on to become the first teacher at UC Berkeley's School of Architecture.


The current apartments were designed in ...

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The current apartments were designed in 1926 by architect William C. Hays, who went on to become the first teacher at UC Berkeley's School of Architecture.

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