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Frederic Rhinelander King

Frederic Rhinelander King, American architect. Member American Red Cross Commission, 1917; Served as First lieutenant, United States Army, G2 Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918-1919, American Commission to Negotiate Peace; member Coolidge’s Mission to Austria, 1919. Academician National Academy of Design; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Society Beaux Arts.

Background

  • King, Frederic Rhinelander was born on April 13, 1887 in New York City. Son of LeRoy and Ethel (Rhinelander) King.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts cum laude, Harvard, 1908, Columbia Architectural School, 1908-1911, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France, 1912-1914.

    Career

    • With McKim, Mead and White, 1914-1917. With Carrere and Hastings, 1919-1920. Associate Marion S. Wyeth, 1920-1932.

      Partner Wyeth & King, 1932-1964.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member American Red Cross Commission, 1917. Served as First lieutenant, United States Army, G2 Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918-1919, American Commission to Negotiate Peace. Member Coolidge’s Mission to Austria, 1919.

    Academician National Academy of Design. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member Society Beaux Arts.

    Clubs: Century Association, Harvard, Pilgrims of the United States Church.

    Connections

    • Married Edith P. Morgan, February 9, 1924. Children: David Rhinelander, Jonathan LeRoy.
    • father: LeRoy King
    • mother: Ethel (Rhinelander) King
    • spouse: Edith P. Morgan
    • children: David Rhinelander King
    • Jonathan LeRoy King
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