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George Corner Fenhagen

George Corner Fenhagen, American architect. Awarded Alumni traveling fellowship University of Pennsylvania, 1906. member firm Sill, Buckler & Fenhagen, architects, Baltimore, Maryland., 1916-1921, Buckler & Fenhagen, 1921-1946; Fellow Royal Society of Arts, London; Fellow American Institute Architects (past president Baltimore Chapter).; Member Alumni Society American Academy in Rome.; Club: Philippine (New York.

Background

  • Fenhagen, George Corner was born on December 7, 1884 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of Charles Denny and Jane (Corner) Fenhagen.

  • Education

    • Student of University of Pennsylvania, 1903-1905, American Academy in Rome, Italy, 1906-1907.

    Career

    • 1 son, F. Weston; married 3d, Mary Ford Pringle, June 30, 1929. 1 daughter, Christina Wood. In employ Pell & Corbett, New York City, 1905-1906, 1907-1910.

      Assistant consultant architect, Philippine government, 1911-1914, const. architect, 1914-1916. Member firm Sill, Buckler & Fenhagen, architects, Baltimore, Maryland., 1916-1921, Buckler & Fenhagen, 1921-1946. Firm name now Buckler, Fenghagen, Meyer & Ayers.

      Assistant professor design, University of Pennsylvania, 1923.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member firm Sill, Buckler & Fenhagen, architects, Baltimore, Maryland., 1916-1921, Buckler & Fenhagen, 1921-1946. Fellow Royal Society of Arts, London. Fellow American Institute Architects (past president Baltimore Chapter).

    Member Alumni Society American Academy in Rome. Club: Philippine (New York.

    Connections

    • Married Mildred Thurston Pierce, September 10, 1911 (died 1919).; married second, Helen Weston, October 14, 1921 (died 1926).; married 3d, Mary Ford Pringle, June 30, 1929.

      Children: George Corner, Junior.
    • father: Charles Denny Fenhagen
    • mother: Jane (Corner) Fenhagen
    • spouses: Mildred Thurston Pierce
    • Helen Weston
    • Mary Ford Pringle
    • children: George Corner Fenhagen
    • Jr Fenhagen
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    Born December 7, 1884
    Died August 23, 1955
    (aged 70)
    Nationality

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