Fred D. Voorhees (April 22, 1866 – February 26, 1943) was an architect who began his practice in Oakland in 1893. Most notable among his surviving works is the Pacific Building, home of the local Woodmen of the World camp.
Past and Present of Alameda County also mentions "the Reed block on Clay Street, the Havens block, [and] the Blake block on 11th Street" and that he later specialized in designing schools. 1
Links and References
- Past and Present of Alameda County by Joseph Eugene Baker