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Architect

Anna Marie Halpin was American architect. Member of American Institute of Architects (treasurer, board directors New York chapter 1974-1978, college fellows 1976, national board directors 1977-1979, national vice president, director Foundation 1980, Richard Upjohn fellow 1991), Alliance Women Architecture, Construction Specifications Institute, Women's Equity Action League (president New York 1976-1977).

Background

Halpin, Anna Marie was born on July 24, 1923 in Murphysboro, Illinois, United States. Daughter of John William and Anna Christina (Weilmuenster) Halpin.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University Illinois, 1948.

Career

Designer, project architect various firms, San Francisco, Rome, New York City, 1948-1967. Editorial director Sweet's division McGraw-Hill, Incorporated, New York York City, 1967-1988. Freelance consultant, 1988-1998.

Retired, 1998

Republican to construction industries coordination committee American National Metric Council, 1974—1980.

Membership

Member of American Institute of Architects (treasurer, board directors New York chapter 1974-1978, college fellows 1976, national board directors 1977-1979, national vice president, director Foundation 1980, Richard Upjohn fellow 1991), Alliance Women Architecture, Construction Specifications Institute, Women's Equity Action League (president New York 1976-1977).

Connections

father:
John William Halpin

mother:
Anna Christina (Weilmuenster) Halpin