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Warren Anson Rodman

Warren Anson Rodman, American architect. member Boston Society Architects.

Background

  • Rodman, Warren Anson was born on February 10, 1855 in E. Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles G. and Mary H. Rodman.

  • Education

    • Graduate Bridgewater Normal School, 1876. Trained as architect.

    Career

    • Taught school 3 years. Practiced as architect for 10 years and 10 yrs. Secretary of The Metaphysical Club since 1895.

      Secretary The Internat Metaphysical League, 1899. member Boston Society Architects. Has lectured on metaphysics for 3 years Author: Wellesley: an Illustrated Poem, 1898G3. Fate of Law, The Story of an Optimist, 1899 L3.

      Trust Thyself, L11. Wrote: The Common Factor in Healing, Journal Practical Metaphysics, February, 1897. Also articles in Mind and other mags. Residence: Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts Office: 200 Clarendon St., Boston.

    Works

    • Author: Wellesley: an Illustrated Poem, 1898G3. Fate of Law, The Story of an Optimist, 1899 L3. Trust Thyself, L11. Wrote: The Common Factor in Healing, Journal Practical Metaphysics, February, 1897.

      Also articles in Mind and other mags. Residence: Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts.

    Membership

    Member Boston Society Architects.

    Connections

    • Married Wellesley, Massachusetts, November 24, 1880, Caroline E. Southwick.
    • father: Charles G.
    • mother: Mary H. Rodman
    • spouse: Wellesley
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    Born February 10, 1855
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