Charles Howard Lloyd
LLOYD, Charles Howard, of the firm of Foose & Lloyd, architects, was born at Harrisburg, Pa., October 12, 1873. He is a son of Isaac and Anna (Mosser) Lloyd. Isaac Lloyd, his father, has been a teacher in the public schools of the city for forty years, and to-day ranks among the oldest and most efficient teachers in the city. To him and his wife have been born four children, three of whom are living: Ella, wife of George A. Hutman, Fannie E. and Charles Howard. The parents attend the Fourth Street Church of God.
Charles Howard Lloyd has been a resident of the city since his birth. He received his education in the Harrisburg schools, and was graduated from the high school with the class of 1891. He then went to Boston and entered Cowles’ Art School for the purpose of prosecuting his studies in architecture. He received also a great part of his instruction from private teachers. He studied with Ball & Dabney, well-known architects of Boston. In 1894 he formed a partnership at Harrisburg with Mr. Foose, under the firm name of Foose & Lloyd. By skill, industry and honorable dealing in their business they have met with substantial success. Foose & Lloyd have been the architects of some very prominent public and private buildings, among which are the Webster school building, Thirteenth and Kittatinny streets, public library, annex to Tresler Orphans’ Home, Loysville, Pa., a large laundry, bath house and store house, Loysville, Pa., the large “Simon Cameron” school building, Harrisburg, the Wickersham school building, Harrisburg, now in course of erection, and many others. Mr. Lloyd is unmarried. he attends the Episcopal church.
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