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To view the finding aid for this architect's collection, see the Finding Aid at the Online Archive of California.
Chris W. Runge studied in an atelier of the San Francisco Architecture Club between 1928 and 1934 and graduated from the Harvard School of Architecture in 1935. Runge worked as a draftsman with Frederick Meyer, H.A. Minton, A.R. Williams, A.W. Earl, and Meyer & Evers. In 1954 he became a partner in the firm of Meyer & Evers and remained with its successor firms, including Ashley, Keyser & Runge.
|The Chris W. Runge collection consists primarily of student renderings and architectural drawings for commercial and residential projects. Project records include drawings by the firm Ashley, Keyser & Runge.|
|Related Collection: Frederick H. Meyer.|
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