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Frederick Lee Ackerman

Frederick Lee Ackerman, American architect. Member Trowbridge & Ackerman, 1906-1920, since alone; Served as; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member of New York Association Architects, American Institute of Planners, National Housing Association, Sigma Xi.

Background

  • Ackerman, Frederick Lee was born on July 9, 1878 in Edmeston, New York, United States. Son of Samuel Bertrand and Anna L. (Reed) Ackerman.

  • Education

    • B. Architecture, Cornell, 1901. Studied in Paris, 1904-1905.

    Career

    • Member Trowbridge & Ackerman, 1906-1920, since alone. Firm architects Central Branch Young Men’s Christian Association Building, Brooklyn, residences of George D. Pratt (Glen Cove, Long Island, Truman H. Newberry (Detroit), Balch Halls, Cornell University, Ithaca, etc. Formerly lecturer on architecture, Cornell and Columbia universities.

    Works

    • Contributor various articles on housing and town planning.

    Membership

    Member Trowbridge & Ackerman, 1906-1920, since alone. Served as; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member of New York Association Architects, American Institute of Planners, National Housing Association, Sigma Xi.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Eleanor Linton, September 28, 1911.
    • father: Samuel Bertrand Ackerman
    • mother: Anna L. (Reed) Ackerman
    • spouse: Mary Eleanor Linton
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    Died March 17, 1950
    (aged 71)
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