Arthur Cleveland Nash (1871-1969) was an American architect.
He was born in Geneva, New York. He attended Philips Exeter Academy. He studied at Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He worked with McKim, Mead and White.
Several of his works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Carolina Inn, built 1923, 211 Pittsboro St. Chapel Hill, North Carolina (Nash, Arthur C.), NRHP-listed
One or more works in Morehead Hill Historic District (boundary increase), includes portions of Arnette, Vickers, Yancey, Parker and Wells Sts. Durham, North Carolina (Nash, Arthur), NRHP-listed
Queen's Castle, NY 414 Lodi, New York (Nash, Arthur), NRHP-listed
Sherwood-Jayne House, addition to north end added by Nash, 55 Old Post Rd. East Setauket, New York (Nash, Arthur), NRHP-listed