Walter Reed was an architect in Oakland, California. Born in Alameda, Reed graduated from Berkeley High School, and attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he earned his degree in architecture.

After graduation Reed worked first as part of the partnership Dickey and Reed, and in 1912 became a principal of Corlett and Reed.  Reed designed the Financial Center Building, the Thomson Building, the Oakland Bank of Savings Building, Peralta Hospital, Merritt Hospital, the Stanford University Hospital, as well as many of the structures constructed on Lake Merritt.

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