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Robert Fitch Smith

Robert Fitch Smith, American architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Beaux Arts Institute Design, Architectural League New York.

Background

  • Smith, Robert Fitch was born on July 1, 1894 in Fremont, Ohio, United States. Son of George B. and Iva Lee (Fitch) Smith.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Miami, 1930, Bachelor of Architecture, 1931.

    Career

    • Consultant designer fiber glass structures. Designer, supervisor military establishments South America and Central America, United States Government, World World War II. Outstanding projects include Audio-Visual Education Building, U. Miami, Coral Harbour Club, Nassau, First Presbyterian Church of Pompano Beach, Florida, Biscayne Cabana Colony, Miami, numerous other buildings, Florida and Bahama Islands.

      Chairman board design Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center, Miami. Past chairman regional planning board, Dade County, Miami. Past executive director coordinating and planning committee Dade County.

      Vice chairman urban plan committee American International Assurance for southern area United States. Charter member Miami Plan Board.

    Works

    • Author articles.

    Membership

    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member Beaux Arts Institute Design, Architectural League New York.

    Connections

    • Married Charlotte Elinor Olley, December 26, 1917. Children: Robert O., Donald G. Practice architecture, since 1931.
    • father: George B. Smith
    • mother: Iva Lee (Fitch) Smith
    • spouse: Charlotte Elinor Olley
    • children: Robert O. Smith
    • Donald G. Practice architecture Smith
    • since 1931 Smith
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    Born July 1, 1894
    Died June 16, 1964
    (aged 69)
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