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James Gamble Rogers

James Gamble Rogers, American architect. Member American International Assurance.

Background

  • Rogers, James Gamble was born on March 3, 1867 in Bryants Station, Kentucky, United States. Son of Joseph M. and Katharine (Gamble) Rogers.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Yale University, 1889, Master of Arts, 1922. Doctor of Laws, Northwestern University, 1927. Bachelor of Science, Columbia, 1928.

    Career

    • Practiced at New York City since 1905. Designed Sterling Memorial Library, Sterling Law School, Sterling School of Graduate Studies, Jonathan Edwards College, Pierson College, Davenport College, Trumbull College, Berkeley College, Timothy Dwight College and Harkness Memorial Quadrangle, at Yale. New Haven Physician organization.

      Sophie Newcomb College, New Orleans. Shelby County Court House, Memphis, Tennessee. Brooks Memorial, Memphis.

      Colmnbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City. Colgate-Rochester Division Group, Rochester, New York. Northwestern University Professional Group of Buildings, Chicago.

      Deering Library and Sorority Quadrangles, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. New Columbia Library. Memorial Hospital, New York.

      Connecticut College Chapel. Architectural adviser, Yale, 10 years.

    Membership

    Member American International Assurance. Clubs: University, Yale, Century, Pilgrims (New York).

    Connections

    • Married Anne Day, 1901.
    • father: Joseph M. Rogers
    • mother: Katharine (Gamble) Rogers
    • spouse: Anne Day
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    Born March 3, 1867
    Died October 1, 1947
    (aged 80)
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