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Fine Art, Asian & Antiques Division
Harold G. Stoner: San Francisco Architect and Artist
by William A. Gage, Department Head

Harold G. Stoner (1890-1971) was an American architect and artist who lived in San Francisco and worked in the early and mid-20th century and helped define some of the architectural style of the San Francisco area. Born in Brighton, England he moved to Canada in 1908 and completed schooling in design drafting at the University of Saskatchewan. After graduating he worked for the Provincial government and went into private business. He next moved to the San Francisco area in 1915 and worked with the architect George Dixon in Oakland. He fought in France in WWI and shortly after became a US citizen. After working for several architectural firms he settled into the firm of Lang Realty Company as their chief architect in 1921.

Harold G. Stoner (1890-1971) - Lakeside Medical Building, designed by Harold G. Stoner image: 2000–2017 Western Neighborhoods Project
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