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George Shepard Chappell

George Shepard Chappell, American author, architect. Member American Institute Architects, Society Beaux Arts Architects, Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Background

  • Chappell, George Shepard was born on January 2, 1878 in New London, Connecticut, United States. Son of Alfred Hebbard and Adelaide Estelle (Shepard) Chappell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1899. Student Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1900.

    Career

    • Member American Institute Architects, Society Beaux Arts Architects, Delta Kappa Epsilon.

    Works

    • Author: Rollo in Society, 1921. The Cruise of the Kawa, 1921. My Northern Exposure, 1922.

      Sarah of the Sahara, 1923. The Restaurants of New York, 1925. The Younger Married Set, 1926.

      Through the Alimentary Canal With Gun and Camera, 1930. The Saloon in the Home (with Ridgely Hunt), 1930. Doctor Traprock’s Memory Book, 1931.

      The Gardener’s Friend and Other Pests (with Ridgely Hunt), 1931. Evil Through the Ages, 1932. Shoal Water, 1933
    • Animals Arise!!!, 1935.

      Also many articles in mags.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member American Institute Architects, Society Beaux Arts Architects, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: Yale, University.

    Connections

    • Married Amy Wentworth Beard, October 4, 1905.
    • father: Alfred Hebbard Chappell
    • mother: Adelaide Estelle (Shepard) Chappell
    • spouse: Amy Wentworth Beard
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    Died November, 1946
    (aged 68)
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