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William C. Hays

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Berkeley

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Berkeley

2150 Shattuck Aveune, Penthouse

Berkeley, California,94704

United States

Company Description

The first school of public health west of the Mississippi, the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health was founded in 1943 on the Berkeley campus. It is one of 50 schools accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health. The UC Berk...more

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Old Jefferson Elementary School


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Berkeley Landmarks :: 2007 Designations

berkeleyheritage.com [cached]

William C. Hays (1922), Walter H. Ratcliff, Jr. (1929),
William Charles Hays came to Berkeley from Philadelphia in 1904. Two years later, Hays joined the architectural faculty of the University of California as its second teacher and was instrumental in designing the U.C. campuses in San Francisco and Berkeley. When he took on the design of the BHS Gym, he had already designed the handsome Academic Building (now known as Building C), Jefferson School (City of Berkeley Landmark no. 117), and Thousand Oaks School (City of Berkeley Landmark no.182, demolished).


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.


www.pasadenastarnews.com

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.


Bratton Online

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The 1926 signature structure on Beach Street is an officially designated city landmark . It was designed by an eminent architect, William C. Hays, who had a distinguished career as a professor of architecture at UC Berkeley.
Hays was responsible for designing many of the buildings on UC campuses, including San Francisco, Berkeley, and Davis.


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