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Henry Kerr Mcgoodwin

Henry Kerr Mcgoodwin, American architect. Fellow of American International Assurance and.

Background

  • Mcgoodwin, Henry Kerr was born on April 5, 1871 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States. Son of I. D. and Virginia (Wooten) M.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Ogden College, Bowling Green, 1891. Bachelor of Science in architecture, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1894.

    Career

    • Practiced, Bowling Green and Louisville, 1894-1899, Charleston, South Carolina., 1899-1901. Instructor architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1901-1904, Washington University, St. Louis, 1904-1906. Professor architecture, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1906-1919.

      Resumed practice at Philadelphia Appointed professor architecture (in charge department) and chairman of faculty of College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1923.

    Works

    • Author: Architectural Shades and Shadows, 1904.

    Membership

    Fellow of American International Assurance and.

    Connections

    • Married Harriet Ford Smith, June 27, 1906.
    • father: I. Dungeon Master
    • mother: Virginia (Wooten) M.
    • spouse: Harriet Ford Smith
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