Charles Howard Walker
Charles Howard Walker (1857-1936) was an architect, designer and educator in Boston, Massachusetts, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and was affiliated with Boston's Society of Arts and Crafts. With Thomas Rogers Kimball (Walker & Kimball), he worked as architect-in-chief of the Trans-Mississippi Exposition, 1898.
Designed by Walker
- Mount Vernon Church, Beacon St., Boston, ca.1892
- Trans-Mississippi Exposition, Omaha, Nebraska, 1898
- Bancroft Memorial Library, Hopedale, Massachusetts, ca. 1898
- Electricity building, St. Louis World's Fair, 1903
- Stony Brook Bridge, Back Bay Fens, Boston
- William Fogg Library, Eliot, Maine, 1907
- Boston Almanac. 1883, 1884
- MIT Museum
- American Federation of Arts. American art directory, Volume 14. R.R. Bowker, 1918
- New York Times. January 6, 1907
- Brochure series of architectural illustration. Boston: Bates & Guild Co., June 1898
- Omaha Public Library
- Library of Congress
- Sylvester Baxter. Boston park guide: including the municipal and metropolitan systems of greater Boston. Boston: Small, Maynard and Co., 1898
- Architecture of the Library. In: Handbook of the new Public library in Boston. Boston: Curtis & Co., 1895.
- Theory of mouldings. 1926.
- American Federation of Arts. American art annual. MacMillan Co., 1905.
- Who's who in New England. A.N. Marquis & Company, 1915.
- William Emerson. Charles Howard Walker (1857-1936). Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Vol. 72, No. 10 (May, 1938), pp. 396–397.
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- WorldCat. Walker, Charles Howard 1857-1936
- Google news archive. Articles about C. Howard Walker.
- Flickr. Photo of nos. 493, 495, and 497 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston; "built in 1895, and designed by noted architects Arthur H. Vinal and Charles Howard Walker"
- Flickr. Bancroft Memorial Librar y in Hopedale, Massachusetts
- MIT Museum. Portrait by Emil Pollak-Ottendorf of 5 architects: William Felton Brown, Charles Howard Walker, Harry Wentworth Gardner, John Osborne Sumner, William Henry Lawrence.
- Charles Howard Walker at the archINFORM database.