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Eleanor Bloom Allwork

Eleanor Bloom Allwork, American interior designer. Recipient first award Gramercy Park Exhibit National Arts Club, 1951. Member advising committee on maintenance New York Hospital, 1953-1954.; Member American Institute Decorators, American International Assurance (president Women’s Architectural Auxiliary New York chapter 1964-1965), New York Junior League.

Background

  • Allwork, Eleanor Bloom was born on September 11, 1911 in New York City. Daughter of Edgar Selden and May (Wallace) Bloom.

  • Education

    • Student Barnard College, 1929-1933. Special study Columbia School Architecture, 1936-1937. Diploma interior architecture New York School Applied Design for Women, 1939.

    Career

    • Estimator, assistant designer H. F. Huber & Associates, 1933-1937. Owner, manager Bloomsbury House, 1939-1941. Secretary-treasurer Allwork Company.

      New York City, 1946-1968.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Member advising committee on maintenance New York Hospital, 1953-1954. Member American Institute Decorators, American International Assurance (president Women’s Architectural Auxiliary New York chapter 1964-1965), New York Junior League.

    Connections

    • Married Ronald Allwork, October 17, 1941.
    • father: Edgar Selden Bloom
    • mother: May (Wallace) Bloom
    • spouse: Ronald Allwork
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    Born September 11, 1911
    Died June 28, 1968
    (aged 56)
    Nationality

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