Began as architect in Rochester, New York. Built New York City R.R. Station and Rochester Chamber of Commerce. Art director for Walter Hampden’s prodns. of Cyrano, Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello, Merchant of Venice and others.
Delivered Scammon lectures at Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago, 1915. Exhibited paintings at Ferargil Galleries, New York, 1941. Three time winner of President’s Medal of Architectural League of New York.
Author: The Golden Person in the Heart, 1898. The Beautiful Necessity, 1910. Episodes from an Unwritten History, 1912.
A Primer of Higher Space, 1913. Projective Ornament, 1913. Four-Dimensional Vistas, 1916.
Architecture and Democracy, 1918. Oracle, 1921
Merely Players, 1929.
The Eternal Poles, 1931. The Frozen Fountain, 1932. An Introduction to Yoga, 1933.
Delphie Woman, 1936
Born August 1, 1866