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Harold Bush-Brown

Harold Bush-Brown, French architect. Served as ensign, Lieutenant junior grade, United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917-1920.; Fellow, American Institute Architects; member American Planning and Civic Association; Club: Harvard of New York and Atlanta.

Background

  • Bush-Brown, Harold was born on November 3, 1888 in Paris, France, of America parents. Son of Henry Kirke and Margaret (Lesley) Bush-Brown.

  • Education

    • Graduate Newburgh (New York) Academy, 1907. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1911. Master in Architecture, 1915.

    Career

    • Began as architectural draftsman, 1910. Professor, head department architecture Georgia Institute of Technology (formerly Georgia School Technology), 1925-1956, formerly director school architecture, professor emeritus, from 1956. Senior partner Bush-Brown, Gailey & Heffernan, architects.

      Designed 7 dormitories, dining-hall, 6 classroom buildings, laboratory buildings, auditorium, library, gynmasium at Georgia School Technology and Guggenheim School aeronautics Chairman Joint committee on teaching architecture for American International Assurance-Association Collegiate School Architecture. District officer for Georgia of Historic American Building Survey, 1936-1937.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Served as ensign, Lieutenant junior grade, United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917-1920. Fellow, American Institute Architects. Member American Planning and Civic Association.

    Club: Harvard of New York and Atlanta.

    Connections

    • Married Marjorie Conant, August 16, 1924, 1 son, Richard Lyman.
    • father: Henry Kirke Bush-Brown
    • mother: Margaret (Lesley) Bush-Brown
    • spouse: Marjorie Conant
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