Willis Clarence Lowe (February 16, 1881 – February 5, 1969) was an architect, noted for designing several distinctive apartment buildings around Oakland.
Lowe was born in San Francisco, and was a veteran of the Spanish-American War. He attended Vander Naillen's School of Engineering, then received a bachelor's degree from U.C. Berkeley. 1 c.1926, his office was at 354 Hobart St. (present day 21st St.)
In addition to architecture, Lowe was a director of the Morris Plan Co. at 1763 Broadway. 2
Later, Lowe was the chief airport engineer for Pan Am World Airways, from 1935-1949. 1
Lowe married Viola May Clark (Lowe) in 1912, 4 and they had 2 children: Louise Viola Lowe (Jorgensen) and Patricia Lowe (Gibbs).