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Arthur Freeman Brinckerhoff

Arthur Freeman Brinckerhoff, American landscape architect. Awarded gold medal by Architectural League, 1920; Medal of Honor by National Sculpture Society, 1943; Medal of Honor, Municipal Art Society, 1955.

Background

  • Brinckerhoff, Arthur Freeman was born on January 21, 1880 in Mount Vernon, New York, United States. Son of William and Adeline (Woolley) Brinckerhoff.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Agricultural Science, Cornell Univercity, 1902.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Vitale, Brlnckerhoff and Geiffert, 1917-1924. Served in construction div. United States Army, World War.

    Member New York City Committee on City Plan, 1926. Fellow American Society Landscape Architects (past president New York chapter). Member American International Assurance (honorary.

    Member), National Academy Design (associate. Member), Fine Arts Federation New York (vice president), National Sculpture Society (vice president), Municipal Art Society New York (director), Holland Society New York, Delta Tau Delta. Member Dutch Reformed Church.

    Clubs: Architectural League of New York, Cornell University, Century.

    Connections

    • father: William Brinckerhoff
    • mother: Adeline (Woolley) Brinckerhoff
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    Died June 30, 1959
    (aged 79)
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