Reid & Reid
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- "Reid Brothers" redirects here; for the Scottish engineering company, see Reid Brothers (Glasgow).
|Reid & Reid|
Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, California
|Key architects||James W. Reid
Merritt J. Reid
Watson Elkinah Reid
|Date of dissolution||1932|
Hotel del Coronado
The Call Building
Fairmont San Francisco
Reid & Reid was the architectural and engineering firm of brothers, James W. Reid (1851-1943), Merritt J. Reid (1855-1932), and Watson Elkinah Reid (1858-1944) that began in Evansville, Indiana in 1879.
- 1877 Willard Library, Evansville, Indiana
- 1888 Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California
- 1891 Business Men's Association Building, Evansville, Indiana (later the Grein Building, demolished 1972)
- 1892 The Oregonian Building, Portland, Oregon (demolished 1950)
- 1898 The Call Building (now Central Tower), San Francisco
- 1907 Fairmont San Francisco, San Francisco
- 1909 222 Sutter Street, San Francisco
- 1909 Cliff House, San Francisco
- 1911 Yeon Building, Portland, Oregon
- 1912 The Oregon Journal Building (now Jackson Tower), Portland, Oregon
- 1926 Golden State Theatre, Monterey, California
- 1926 Grand Lake Theater, Oakland, California
- 1929 New Sequoia Theater Building, Redwood City, California
- "The Reid Brothers". Western Neighborhoods Project. 2010. Retrieved 21 September 2010.
- David Parry (2010). "Pacific Heights Architects #31 - Reid Brothers". McGuire Real Estate. Retrieved 21 September 2010.
- Cynthia Barwick Malinick, "The lives and works of the Reid brothers, architects 1852-1943," (M.A. thesis, University of San Diego, 1992)