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Eccles Donald Robb

Eccles Donald Robb, American architect. Fellow American Institute Architects, Boston Society of Architects. Has made a special study of the arts of the Middle Ages.

Background

  • Robb, Eccles Donald was born on January 10, 1880 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of Eliakim Tupper and Mary (Campbell) Robb.

  • Education

    • Educated private and public schools, Chester, Pennsylvania. Graduate Department of Architecture, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, 1899. Studied in Europe.

    Career

    • With Theophilus P. Chandler, and Cope & Stewardson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1899-1903, Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, New York, 1903-1911. Member Brazer & Robb, New York, 1911-1914. In office of Cram & Ferguson, Boston, 1914-1918.

      Member Frohman, Robb & Little, Boston, since 1920. Firm architects for National Episcopal Cathedral, Washington, District of Columbia, Episcopal Cathedral, Baltimore, Maryland., and many other chs.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute Architects, Boston Society of Architects. Has made a special study of the arts of the Middle Ages.

    Connections

    • Married Bertha Mooar, October 24, 1906. Children: Malcolm Campbell, Jean Howard, Doris (deceased), Miriam.
    • father: Eliakim Tupper Robb
    • mother: Mary (Campbell) Robb
    • spouse: Bertha Mooar
    • children: Malcolm Campbell Robb
    • Jean Howard Robb
    • Doris Robb (deceased)
    • Miriam Robb
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    Born January 10, 1880
    Died January 8, 1942
    (aged 61)
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