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Edward Brodhead Green

Edward Brodhead Green, American architect. Recipient U. Buffalo chancellor’s medal, 1938. Member Green & Wicks, Auburn, New York, 1880-1883, Buffalo, 1883-1917; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Kappa Alpha.

Background

  • Green, Edward Brodhead was born on May 10, 1855 in Utica, New York, United States. Son of William Harry and Cornelia (Blackmar) Green.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Architecture, Cornell, 1878.

    Career

    • Member Green & Wicks, Auburn, New York, 1880-1883, Buffalo, 1883-1917. Edward B. Green & Sons, 1917-1933. Green & James, 1933-1945, Green James & Meadows, since 1945.

      Architect for Albright Art Gallery, Toledo Art Gallery, Marine Trust Company (Buffalo), 3 buildings for Agricultural College of Cornell Univercity, Scranton Library, Buffalo Savings Bank, The Art Institute of Chicago of Dayton (O.), Toledo Music Hall, Genesee Building, Erie County Jail, Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, 5 Federal housing projects for Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority and one State housing project for Tonawanda Housing Authority. Also Lockwood Memorial Library, Norton Hall, Crosby Hall and Gymnasium for U. Buffalo. President State Board for Registration and Examination of Architects.

    Membership

    Member Green & Wicks, Auburn, New York, 1880-1883, Buffalo, 1883-1917. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member Kappa Alpha.; Clubs: Saturn, Canoe, Buffalo.

    Buffalo Athletic.

    Connections

    • Married Harriet B. Edson, June 16, 1887. Children: Edward Brodhead, Mistress.
    • father: William Harry Green
    • mother: Cornelia (Blackmar) Green
    • spouse: Harriet B. Edson
    • children: Edward Brodhead Green
    • Mrs Green
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    Born March 10, 1855
    Died February 11, 1950
    (aged 94)
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