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Willis Clarance Lowe (February 16, 1881 – February 5, 1969) was an architect, noted for designing several distinctive apartment buildings around Oakland. His office was at 354 Hobart St. (present day 21st St.)

Lowe was born in San Francisco, and was a veteran of the Spanish-American War. He attended Vander Naillen's School of Engineering, then received a bachelor's degree from U.C. Berkeley. 1

In addition to architecture, Lowe was a director of the Morris Plan Co. at 1763 Broadway. 2

Later, Lowe was the chief airport engineer for Pan Am World Airways, from 1935-1949. 1

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  1. Rites Arranged for Willis Lowe Oakland Tribune February 9, 1969
  2. Morris Plan Co. ad Oakland Tribune October 7, 1931