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Lindley Murray Franklin

Lindley Murray Franklin, American architect. Member of committee of 3 on army hospital plans, appointed by Secretary of War Baker, in 1918, to review all army hospitals; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (life); member S.R.

Background

  • Franklin, Lindley Murray was born on July 17, 1874 in Flushing, Long Island. Son of Lindley Murray and Martha Littiefield (Mann) Franklin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Philosophy, Columbia University School Architecture, 1896.

    Career

    • In office McKim, Mead & White, 1893-1898. With York & Sawyer, 1898-1910, member firm, 1919-1943, retired from active partnership, January 1, 1943.

    Membership

    Member of committee of 3 on army hospital plans, appointed by Secretary of War Baker, in 1918, to review all army hospitals. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (life). Member S.R.; Clubs: Century, Noroton Yacht.

    Connections

    • Married Magdelaine Weed, April. Children: Lindley Murray, John Weed, Edward Vernon, Martin.
    • father: Lindley Murray Franklin
    • mother: Martha Littiefield (Mann) Franklin
    • spouse: Magdelaine Weed
    • children: Lindley Murray Franklin
    • John Weed Franklin
    • Edward Vernon Franklin
    • Martin Franklin
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    Born July 17, 1874
    Died July 9, 1960
    (aged 85)
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