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Herbert Livingston Smith. III

Herbert Livingston Smith, III, American architect. award merits Va. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Virginia chapter 1958-1959, award merits Virginia chapter 1964); member Society American Military Engineers, University of Virginia Alumni Association, Pi Kappa Alpha.

Background

  • III, Herbert Livingston Smith, was born on November 10, 1920 in Norfolk, Virginia, United States. Son of Herbert Livingston, Junior and Alla Burtis (Ransom) S.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Virginia, 1949.

    Career

    • Registered architect, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina., Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Maryland., Michigan Assistant naval architect Norfolk Navy Yard, also mechanic division, Panama Canal, 1940-1942. Chairman Oliver, Smith & Cooke (architects), Norfolk and Virginia Beach, Virginia, from 1950. Vice president M.M.M. Design Group.

      Partner Oliver, Smith, Cooke & Lindner (architects), Richmond. Important works include Medium Security Instn, Brunswick County, Virginia, Southeastern Training Center for Mentally Retarded, Chesapeake, Virginia, Church Good Shepherd, Norfolk. Chairman historic review board City of Virginia Beach, from 1968, Virginia Beach City Planning Committee, 1954-1958.

      Past president Virginia Beach Research and Advisory Council.

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Virginia chapter 1958-1959, award merits Virginia chapter 1964). Member Society American Military Engineers, University of Virginia Alumni Association, Pi Kappa Alpha. Clubs: Princess Anne Country, Farmington Country, Harbor, Va, Commonwealth.

    Connections

    • Married Martha Birdsong Macklin, August 26, 1948. Children: Herbert Livingston, Henry Garrett, William Macklin.
    • father: Herbert Livingston S.
    • mother: Alla Burtis (Ransom) S.
    • spouse: Martha Birdsong Macklin
    • children: Herbert Livingston III
    • Henry Garrett III
    • William Macklin III
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    Born November 10, 1920
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