Charles Jacobs

Charles Jacobs was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1929 and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1954. He joined the firm William Nelson Jacobs Associates, Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts, and became a principal in 1955. His notable works include: Housing for the Elderly (1965) in Newton, Massachusetts, mental health centers in Lowell, Massachusetts (1967), and Fall River, Massachusetts (1968), and the Women's Dorm at Framingham State College (1968) in Framingham, Massachusetts.

National Trust for Historic Preservation, 2009.