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CHARLES (CHUCK) REED, JR. (1926-2022)

Reed served in World War II, then worked as a carpenter in South Florida. Reed then studied architecture at the University of Miami. He admired the work of Igor Polevitzky and worked in his office for six years. Reed relocated to Hollywood FL and established his own practice in the mid-1950s. He and his wife, artist Elaine Reed, moved to Raleigh NC. Reed retired in 1997. Article.


1952 - The Gahstrom House, Hollywood FL. Status unknown.


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1956 - The Hulmes House, Hollywood FL. Photo by Reed.


Around 1957 - The Simon House, Hollywood FL. Photos by Earl Strunk.


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Around 1958 - The Ritchie House, Hollywood FL. Photo by Reed.


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1959 - The Wicker House, Hollywood FL. Reed is in the second photo. Photos by Louis Friend.


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1959 - The Jaffe-Garrett House, Hollywood FL. Sold to Claire Garrett. Photos by Earl Strunk.


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1959 - The James (Jim) String House, 4210 Garfield Street, Hollywood FL. Reed also did an addition in 1962. Black and white photos by Louis Friend. Still owned by String as of 2006.


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Around 1959 - The Brill House, Hollywood FL. The Historical Museum of Southern Florida featured the house in the exhibition The Florida Home: Modern Living 1945-1965.


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1961 - The Lawson House, 742 North Rainbow Drive, Hollywood FL. Photos by Reed.


Around 1961 - The Heiden House, Hollywood FL.


Sources include: Hollywood Houses, the Work of Charles Reed, Jr by Louis Friend.