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Everard Miller Upjohn

Everard Miller Upjohn, American educator. Recipient Great Teacher award, Society Older Graduates Columbia, 1969. Served to Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945; Member Col!. Art Association, American Society Architectural Historians.

Background

  • Upjohn, Everard Miller was born on November 7, 1903 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Hobart Brown and Margaret (Miller) Upjohn.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1925, Master in Architecture, 1929.

    Career

    • Assistant professor, founder department fine arts University of Minnesota, 1929-1935. Assistant professor Columbia, 1935-1942, associate professor, 1942-1951, professor fine arts, 1951-1970, professor emeritus, 1970-1978. Consultant editor Rainbird, McLean, Ltd., London, 1962-1964.

      Matthews lecturer Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, 1941-1942, 59.

    Works

    • Author: Richard Upjohn, Architect and Churchman, 1939. (with Paul S. Wingert, Jane G. Mahler) History of World Art, review edit., 1958. (with John P. Sedgwick) Highlights: An Illustrated History of Art, 1963.

      Editorial adviser for art and architecture Grolier Encyclopedia, 1958, Richards Topical Encyclopedia, 1959, Encyclopedia Americana, 1967. Contributor articles, books reviews literature journals, articles to encys.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Served to Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1945. Member Col!. Art Association, American Society Architectural Historians.

    Connections

    • Married Florence Davol, June 14, 1927. Children: Richard Vassall, Amy Putnam.
    • father: Hobart Brown Upjohn
    • mother: Margaret (Miller) Upjohn
    • spouse: Florence Davol
    • children: Richard Vassall Upjohn
    • Amy Putnam Upjohn
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    Died November 3, 1978
    (aged 74)
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