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Harvey Wiley Corbett

Harvey Wiley Corbett, American architect.

Background

  • Corbett, Harvey Wiley was born on January 8, 1873 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Samuel James (Doctor of Medicine and Elizabeth Jane (Wiley) C. (M.D.).

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University of California, 1895, honorary Doctor of Laws, 1930. Graduate Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1900. Honorary Master of Architecture, Liverpool U., 1925.

      Honorary Doctor of Letters, Columbia, 1929.

    Career

    • John Maxwell. Lecturer in architecture at Columbia. Member of advisory board school of Architecture Princeton. Former architect member Fine Arts Commission State of New York and built Maryland Institute, Springfield (Massachusetts) Municipal Group, New York School Applied Design for Women, Bush Terminal Office Building (New York), Bush House, London, Holy Innocents Church (Brooklyn), George Washington.

    Membership

    Clubs: Rockefeller Center Luncheon, Faculty of Columbia, Quail, Town Hall.

    Connections

    • Married Gail Sherman, June 28, 1905. Children: Jean.
    • father: Samuel James Corbett
    • spouse: Gail Sherman
    • child: Jean Corbett
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    Born January 8, 1873
    Died April 21, 1954
    (aged 81)
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