Descendant of John Pope, Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1630. Educated College City of New York. Bachelor of Philosophy, School of Mines (Columbia), 1894.
Fellow American Academy in Rome, 1895. Schermerhorn traveling fellow, 1896-1897. École des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1900.
Honorary Master of Arts, Yale. Little D., Columbia; Doctor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University.
1 daughter, Jane London. Practiced alone from 1900. Architect: Scottish Rite Temple, Washington, District of Columbia.
Plattsburg City Hall. MacDonough Memorials. Lincoln Memorial, Hodgenville, Kentucky.
Richmond (Virginia) Terminal Station. Addition to Metropolitan Museum, New York. Constitution Hall, D.A.R., and Archives Building, Washington.
American Battle Monument, Montfaucon, France. Memorial tomb of William B. Leeds, New York. Congregational Church, Columbus, Ohio.
Nassau County (Long Island) Hospital. Residence of Ogden Mills, of Mistress Graham Fair Vanderbilt, Irwin P. Laughlin, and others. Architect selected for Roosevelt Memorial, New York City and Washington, District of Columbia, also architect for Baltimore Museum of Art, Syracuse Memorial Hospital, University Baptist Church, Baltimore.
Additions to British Museum and Tate Gallery. London, Frick Museum, New York City, National Gallery, Washington, United States Government Offices, London.