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Bradley Paige Kidder

architect

Bradley Paige Kidder, American architect. award 1959). Member Historic American buildings Survey, New Mexico, 1934; Served with United States Naval Reserve 1942-1945.; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president New Mexico 1950-1951, regional director 1955-1958; member New Mexico Society Architects (president 1965), Phi Delta Theta, Theta Alpha Phi.

Background

Kidder, Bradley Paige was born on July 22, 1901 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Son of Frank Eugene and Katherine Emory (Newhall) Kidder.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Colorado College, 1924. Student architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1924-1926.

Career

Member Historic American buildings Survey, New Mexico, 1934. With firm John Gaw Meem & Associates, architects, Santa Fe, 1934-1942. Private practice, Santa Fe, 1947-1957.

Partner firm McHugh & Hooker, Bradley P. Kidder & Associates, Santa Fe, 1957-1965, partner firm McHugh & Kidder Architects. Principal works include Santa Fe Pavilion, 1957, Methodist Church, Farmington, New Mexico, 1959, St. James Church, Taos, New Mexico, 1960, Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary, Santa Fe, 1961. Also private residences.

Trustee American Architectural Foundation, 1957-1959. President American International Assurance Foundation, 1960-1961. Chairman New Mexico Board Examiners for Architects, 1951-1957.

Chairman New Mexico Construction Industries Commission, 1967-1973.

Membership

Member Historic American buildings Survey, New Mexico, 1934. Served with United States Naval Reserve 1942-1945. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president New Mexico 1950-1951, regional director 1955-1958.

Member New Mexico Society Architects (president 1965), Phi Delta Theta, Theta Alpha Phi.

Connections

Married Harriet W. Bumstead, April. Children: Katherine Alice, Bradley Paige.

father:
Frank Eugene Kidder

mother:
Katherine Emory (Newhall) Kidder

spouse:
Harriet W. Bumstead

children:
Katherine Alice Kidder

Bradley Paige Kidder