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Frank Mills Andrews

Frank Mills Andrews, American architect. Member Royal Society of Arts (London), Alpha Delta Phi.

Background

  • Andrews, Frank Mills was born on January 28, 1867 in Des Moines, Iowa, United States. Son of Lorenzo Frank and Sophia Maxwell (Dolson) Andrews.

  • Education

    • Studied сivil engineering Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. Bachelor of Arts architecture Cornell Univercity, 1888.

    Career

    • Practiced, Chicago, 1893-1898, since in New York. Architect Kentucky State Capitol, Montana State Capitol, Hotel Sinton, Cincinnati, National Cash Register Company plant, Dayton, O., United Shoe Machinery Company plant, Beverly, Massachusetts. Hotel McAlpine, New York.

      Arlington Hotel, Washington, Claypool Hotel, Indianapolis, Indiana. Seelbach Hotel, Louisville, Kentucky. New Battle House, Mobile, Alabama.

      Organized and financed the owning company and architect Equitable Building, New York City. Financed Hotel McAlpine deal, involving $14,000,000. President Greeley Square Hotel Company (New York), F. M. Andrews & Сompany.

      Vice president Arlington Hotel Company. Director New Haven Company.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Royal Society of Arts (London), Alpha Delta Phi. Clubs: Pendennis (Louisville, Kentucky).

    Connections

    • Married Pauline Frederick, September 8, 1909.
    • father: Lorenzo Frank Andrews
    • mother: Sophia Maxwell (Dolson) Andrews
    • spouse: Pauline Frederick
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    Born January 28, 1867
    Died August 31, 1948
    (aged 81)
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