Benjamin Geer McDougall (January 10, 1865 – June 11, 1937) was a San Francisco-based architect, who designed a number of notable buildings in Oakland including the Cathedral Building.
McDougall's father and brothers were also architects; his brother George McDougall was appointed CA state architect in 1913. 1
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Links and References
- McDougall Brothers on historicfresno.org
- Benjamin Geer McDougall on FindAGrave.com