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Thomas E. Snook

Thomas E. Snook, American architect and engineer. Served as captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, American Expeditionary Force, 1917-1919.; Member American Institute of Architects (Brooklyn chapter, past president, 1925-1927), New York State Society of Architects, Theta Xi.

Background

  • Snook, Thomas E. was born on October 7, 1888 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of Thomas E. and Anita Adele Snook.

  • Education

    • C.E., Columbia University, 1910.

    Career

    • 1 daughter Assistant engineer, Jno. B. Snook Sons, architects and engrs., 1910-1917, junior member and chief engineer, 1919-1930, senior member from 1930 (now Jno. B. Snook Sons-Victor C. Farrar).

      Represented the Brooklyn Chapter of The American Institute of Architects in joint commission on city departments giving advice on formation of New York City Building Code, 1920-1928. Surveyor and expert in court trials in cases of unsafe buildings for the City of New York, 1930-1940.

    Membership

    Served as captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, American Expeditionary Force, 1917-1919. Member American Institute of Architects (Brooklyn chapter, past president, 1925-1927), New York State Society of Architects, Theta Xi.

    Connections

    • Married Virginia Dabney Wright, August 15, 1917.
    • father: Thomas E.
    • mother: Anita Adele Snook
    • spouse: Virginia Dabney Wright
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