Frederick H. Reimers ws a prolific architect who designed at least two commercial buildings in Oakland -- the Income Securities Building and the Franklin Building. He also designed residential structures in the hill areas, as well as at least three houses on Richmond Boulevard, including the fourplex at 3034-3040 Richmond Boulevard, and a house Mr. Reimers built for himself at 3054 Richmond Boulevard. He worked in a broad range of styles during his career, and he was known for "period revival" residential designs during the 1920s and 30s.
Mr. Reimers graduated from the University of California in 1915, and worked with Bernard Maybeck for a short time. In 1927 he had an office in the Tribune Tower, although he later moved his office to San Francisco. His father was a noted landscape architect named Johannes Reimers.