Gertrude Comfort Morrow
Gertrude Comfort Morrow (ca. 1892-1987)
A San Francisco native, Gertrude Comfort Morrow received her B.A. degree in architecture from UC Berkeley in 1913, and her master's degree a year later. She worked on her own before joining the firm of her husband, Irving F. Morrow. She practiced architecture with Irving from 1924-1940, in San Francisco and later in Berkeley. During the first World War she served as supervising architect for St. Francis Woo. Her house designs show careful attention to every detail.
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