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John Dymock Entenza

John Dymock Entenza, American educator, author, editor, publisher. award Calif; award American Soc.

Background

  • Entenza, John Dymock was born on December 4, 1905 in Calumet, Michigan, United States. Son of Antonio P. and Ellen S. (Dymock) Entenza.

  • Education

    • Student Stanford, Tulane University, U. Va.

    Career

    • Director Graham Found.

    Works

    • Editor-public Arts and Architecture magazine, 1940-1960. Director Graham Foundation Advanced Studies Fine Arts, Chicago, 1960-1971. Special adviser to chancellor, professor architecture and art University of Illinois, Chicago Circle Campus, 1973-1984.

      Cons. Bureau Reclamation, Department Interior.

    Membership

    Member steering committee Master Plan for Humanities and Arts, Illinois Board Higher Education. Member Commision on Chicago History and Architectural Landmarks. Member Yale council committee School Architecture.

    Member task force for architecture, planning and design Illinois Institute Technology, 1976. Member Council for Arts, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1971-1984. Member American Institute of Architects, also Los Angeles and Chicago chapters American Institute of Architects, recipient Distinguished Service citation American Institute of Architects, Inspiration in Architecture medal, 1979, also special award California Council.

    Clubs: Tavern (Chicago).

    Connections

    • father: Antonio P. Entenza
    • mother: Ellen S. (Dymock) Entenza
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    Born December 4, 1905
    Died April 27, 1984
    (aged 78)
    Nationality

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