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Edward Raymond Bossange

Edward Raymond Bossange, French architect, educator. Member 7th Regiment New York National Guard, 1898-1905. Formerly fellow American International Assurance; member Psi Upsilon.

Background

  • Bossange, Edward Raymond was born on June 6, 1871 in Enghien, France. Son of Gustave Pierre and Marie (Coindreau) Bossange.

  • Education

    • Brought to the United States, 1880. Bachelor of Philosophy in architecture, Columbia. 1893; studied Beaux Arts Ateliers, New York City, 1893-1897.

      Student under Garnier and Vermare, Rome, 1900-1901.

    Career

    • Began practice in New York City, 1898, was with Ernest Flagg, Carrere & Hastings and Warren & Witmore, architects. Independent practice, 1900-1905. Member firm Bossange & Newton, 1905-1908.

      Associate with Butler & Rodman, 1908-1910. Professor architecture Cornell Univercity, 1913-1915. Director and dean college of fine arts, 1915-1923, Carnegie Institute Technology.

      Professor architecture and director School of Architecture, Princeton, 1923-1926. Department chairman of architecture, New York University, 1926-1930, dean college of fine arts, 1930-1935, dean school of architecture, 1935-1941, dean emeritus, 1941.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member 7th Regiment New York National Guard, 1898-1905. Formerly fellow American International Assurance. Member Psi Upsilon.

    Connections

    • Married Maud Everett, May 17, 1913. Children: Edward Raymond, Hector.
    • father: Gustave Pierre Bossange
    • mother: Marie (Coindreau) Bossange
    • spouse: Maud Everett
    • children: Edward Raymond Bossange
    • Hector Bossange
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    Born June 6, 1871
    Died November 16, 1947
    (aged 76)
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