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Evarts Tracy

Evarts Tracy, American architect. member Tracy & Swartwout, since 1901. Architect Yale.

Background

  • Tracy, Evarts was born on May 23, 1868 in New York, United States. Son of J. Evarts and Martha Sherman (Green) Tracy.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1890. École des Beaux Arts, Paris, France, 1892-1894.

    Career

    • With McKim, Mead & White, architects, New York, 1890-1895. Practiced alone, 1895-1901. Member Tracy & Swartwout, since 1901.

      Architect Yale Club building, New York. Minneapolis Club building. Denver Cathedral; United States Post Office and Court House, Denver.

      National Metropolitan Bank building, National Armory, Washington, District of Columbia, Missouri State Capitol, etc. Major Engineers R.C. United States of America, in charge of camouflage work in France, 1917. Camouflage officer 1st Army.

      In 3 major engagements, twice cited. Duty 2 months coast defenses, Panama Canal Zone. Author technical military manuals of instruction camouflage for United States of America.

      Returned to civil life, August 1919.

    Works

    • Author technical military manuals of instruction camouflage for United States of America. Returned to civil life, August 1919.

    Membership

    Member Tracy & Swartwout, since 1901. Architect Yale.

    Connections

    • Married Caroline Fredericka Streuli, June 1894.
    • father: J. Evarts Tracy
    • mother: Martha Sherman (Green) Tracy
    • spouse: Caroline Fredericka Streuli
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    Born March 23, 1868
    Died February 2, 1922
    (aged 53)
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