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Francis Burrall Hoffman

Francis Burrall Hoffman, American architect. Recipient Gold medal San Francisco World’s Fair. Member Architectural League, Society Architects de Government; Club: Knickerbocker (New York City).

Background

  • Hoffman, Francis Burrall was born on March 6, 1882 in New Orleans. Son of Francis Burall and Lucy (Shattuck) Hoffman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1903. Diploma Ecole Beaux Arts, Paris, 1907.

    Career

    • Draftsman, Carrers & Hastings, New York City, 1903-1908. Private practice, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Washington, Kentucky, California, Florida, France, since 1909. Associate Harry Ingals, 1910-1918.

      Principal works include Deering residence, Miami, Florida, 1912-1917, Little Theatre, New York City, 1910, apartment house, New York City, 1928, World Bank, Paris, 1958.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Catholic

    Membership

    Member Architectural League, Society Architects de Government. Club: Knickerbocker (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Mary Virginia Kimball, May 19, 1927.
    • father: Francis Burall Hoffman
    • mother: Lucy (Shattuck) Hoffman
    • spouse: Mary Virginia Kimball
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    Born March 6, 1882
    Died November 27, 1980
    (aged 98)
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