Guy Edwin Crampton, Jr.


Crampton, Guy Edwin

Variant Names

Crampton, Guy Edwin, Jr.

Personal Information

Birth/Death:    b. 1913 – d. 09/04/1978
Occupation:    American architect
Location (state):    MD; Raleigh, NC

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AIA Affiliation

Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 1948-decease

Biographical Sources

American Architects Directories:
Biographical listing in 1956 American Architects Directory
Biographical listing in 1962 American Architects Directory
Biographical listing in 1970 American Architects Directory
Biographical information:
Contributed by NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center:
Guy Edwin Crampton Jr. was born in Washington, D.C., on September 19, 1913. From 1934 to 1940 he was a draftsman in the Supervising Architect's Office of the Federal Works Agency. He graduated from George Washington University with a bachelor of architecture in 1939. Between 1940 and 1949 Crampton worked for several different architectural firms. In 1950 he became an associate of William Henley Deitrick and Associates. In 1959 the firm changed its name to Guy E. Crampton and Associates with Crampton as a general partner. Crampton retired in 1976.

Related Records

William Henley Deitrick

Archival Holdings

The American Institute of Architects Archives
      Membership file may contain membership application, related correspondence. Contact the AIA Archives at archives@aia.org for further information.
NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center
MC 00027 Guy E. Crampton and William Henley Deitrick Papers and Drawings, 1928-1977
Architectural drawings and specifications documenting projects by the firm of Wm. Henley Deitrick, Inc. and its successor, Guy E. Crampton and Associates. Included are Deitrick's competition winning design for Needham Broughton High School (1928), his modernist Carolina County Club (1948), the award winning Dorton Arena (with Matthew Nowicki, 1950-1951), and several public housing projects for the Housing Authority of Raleigh. Crampton's designs include several buildings for Elon College (1965), the Wake Forest College Stadium (1966), numerous projects for the Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., and many public school buildings. Specifications are included for buildings of Guy E. Crampton and Associates, including the Wake Forest College Stadium and public schools. A limited number of miscellaneous items are included.
Link to online finding aid: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/findingaids/mc00227/