Hazel Wood Waterman

General Information

Occupation: Architect

Date of Birth: May 05, 1864

Date of Death: January 22, 1948

Birth City: Tuskegee

Birth State/Province: Alabama

Birth Country: United States

Resident City: Berkley

Resident State/Province: California

Resident Country: United States

Notes: qualified as San Diego's first woman architect, although she never obtained a California Architect License

Archive/Repository: San Diego Historical Society, Waterman Family/Stonewall Mine Collection, C125 http://www.sandiegohistory.org/findaid/ac125.htm

Sources: http://www.sandiegohistory.org/bio/waterman/waterman.htm ; Birnbaum, Charles A., and Robin Karson, eds. Pioneers of American Landscape Design : An Annotated Bibliography. New York: McGraw-Hill Education, 2000.


No specialties on record


Employer: Architectural firm of Hebbard and Gill

City: San Diego

State: California

Country: United States


No collaborators on record


No apprenticeships on record


Name: Certificate of Honor from the American Institute of Architects

Description: for the design of Julius Wangenheim's Garden


No exhibitions on record

Notable Projects

Title: Ackerman Residence

City: San Diego

State: California

Country: United States

Title: Restoration of Estudillo House in Old Town

City: San Diego

State: California

Country: United States

Title: Wednesday Club Clubhouse

City: San Diego

State: California

Country: United States


Institution: University of California at Berkley

Institution: International Correspondence Schools


No licenses on record

Professional Affiliations

Organization: the Wednesday Club

Role: Charter Member, Vice President

Publications By

Title: A Granite Cottage in California

Publication: House Beautiful

Volume: March 1902

Title: The Influence of an Olden Time

Publication: House Beautiful

Volume: June 1903

Publications About

Title: Daring to Dream: The Life of Hazel Wood

Author: Sally B. Thornton

Publisher: San Diego Historical Society

Notes: October 1987