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Newton Philo Bevin

Newton Philo Bevin, American architect. Recipient Ward Melville certificate for Washington (Connecticut) community improvement, 1960.

Background

  • Bevin, Newton Philo was born on October 4, 1895 in East Hampton, Connecticut, United States. Son of Samuel Mills and Julia (Williams) Bevin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Letters, Princeton, 1917, postgraduate, 1919. Bachelor of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1922.

    Career

    • Architect, Milliken & Bevin, New York City, 1927-1944. Head firm Newton P. Bevin, Architect, New York City, 1944-1976.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served to First lieutenant United States Army, 1917-1918. Member American International Assurance, National Institute Architectural Education, National Academy of Design. Club: Century (New York City).

    Principal works include residences of Anderson, Mount Kisco, New York, 1930, de Waal, Lexington, Kentucky, 1938, Shelden, Grosse Pointe, Michigan, 1954, Pratt, Frijole, Texas, 1942, Whittemore, Middlebury, Connecticut, 1961.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Hopkins, June 25, 1936.
    • father: Samuel Mills Bevin
    • mother: Julia (Williams) Bevin
    • spouse: Elizabeth Hopkins
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    Died October 9, 1976
    (aged 81)
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