Arthur Coleman Comey Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Harvard, 1907. Harvard School of Landscape Architecture, 1904-1907.
Superintendent parks, Dixon, Illinois, 1908, Utica, New York, 1909-1910. City planner Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, 1910, St. Paul, 1911. Consultant, from 1912.
Zoning director Boston City Planning Board, 1922-1924. Lecturer Harvard School of Landscape Architecture, 1928-1929. Assistant professor Harvard School City Planning, 1930-1936.
Associate professor Harvard Department of Regional Planning, 1937-1940. Cons., Houston, Texas. Dover, New Jersey; Detroit.
Milwaukee; Birmingham, Michigan. Manchester, N.H.; Portland, Maine. Meriden, Connecticut.
Also to Boston and other N.E. cities. United Nations Headquarters Commission.
Member Massachusetts Homestead Committee, 1913-1919. Town planner, United States Housing Corporation, 1918-1919, World War. Fellow American Society Landscape Architects.
Member American Institute of Planners (ex-governor), American Society of Civil Engineers, Boston Society Landscape Architects (president), American Institute Cons. Engineers, Massachusetts Federal Planning Bds., American Planning and Civic Association, Massachusetts Governor’s Committee on Open Spaces, Trustees of Public Reservations, President’s Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership. Consultant, National Resources Planning Board, 1934-1943 (member urbanism committee, local planning committee), Maine State Planning Board, Massachusetts State Planning Board, New England Regional Planning Commission.
Clubs: Harvard Faculty, Appalachian Mountain, Chocorua Mountain (executive president), Harvard Mountaineering, Ski.
Married Eugenia Louise Jackson, October 2, 1915.; married second, Janet I. Mowry, June 26, 1930.; married 4th, Janet Mowry, January 24, 1954.
Children: Katherine, Richard Jackson.