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Thomas Mott Shaw

Thomas Mott Shaw, American architect. Served as First lieutenant, 489th Squadron, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1916-1918.; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; Club: Harvard (Boston).

Background

  • Shaw, Thomas Mott was born on September 19, 1878 in Newport, Rhode Island, United States. Son of George Russell and Emily (Mott) Shaw.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1900. Diploma Ecole des Beaux Artes, Paris, 1905. A.F.D. (honorary), Brown U., 1951.

    Career

    • July 1954); children—Isabel (Mistress Henry Rowe), Sarah (Mistress Franklin Johnson), George (Lester Parker). Married second, Gretchen Howes Waldo, March 14, 1958. Draughtsman, Guy Lowell’s office, Boston, 1905-1910.

      Own office as architect, 1910-1916. Partnership with A. H. Hepburn, architects, Boston, 1918-1926. Partnership with Perry, Shaw, Hepburn & Dean, Boston, Massachusetts, since 1926.

    Membership

    Served as First lieutenant, 489th Squadron, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1916-1918. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Club: Harvard (Boston).

    Connections

    • Married Caroline Quinan, February 20, 1905 (deceased.; married second, Gretchen Howes Waldo, March 14, 1958. Children: Isabel (Mistress.
    • father: George Russell Shaw
    • mother: Emily (Mott) Shaw
    • spouses: Caroline Quinan
    • Gretchen Howes Waldo
    • child: Isabel (Mrs Shaw
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    Born September 19, 1878
    Died February 17, 1965
    (aged 86)
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