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William Pitt Preble Longfellow

William Pitt Preble Longfellow, American architect. Fellow American Institute Architects (secretary for foreign correspondence), Boston Society Architects, Royal Society Arts, London.

Background

  • Longfellow, William Pitt Preble was born on October 25, 1836 in Portland, Maine, United States. Son of Stephen and Marianne (Preble) Longfellow.

  • Education

    • And nephew of the poet. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1855. Bachelor of Science, 1859.

    Career

    • Assistant architect, Treasury Department, 1869-1872. Original editor The American Architect. Adjunct Professor architectural design, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1881-1882.

      Trustee Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Chairman architectural section board of judges, Chicago Exposition, 1893.

    Works

    • Author: Cyclopædia of Architecture in Italy, Greece and the Levant, 1895. Applied Perspective, 1901.

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute Architects (secretary for foreign correspondence), Boston Society Architects, Royal Society Arts, London.

    Connections

    • Married Emily Daniell, May 26, 1870.
    • father: Stephen Longfellow
    • mother: Marianne (Preble) Longfellow
    • spouse: Emily Daniell
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    Born October 25, 1836
    Died 1913
    (aged 76)
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