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Eccles Donald Robb, American architect. Fellow American Institute Architects, Boston Society of Architects. Has made a special study of the arts of the Middle Ages.

Background

Robb, Eccles Donald was born on January 10, 1880 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Son of Eliakim Tupper and Mary (Campbell) Robb.

Education

Educated private and public schools, Chester, Pennsylvania. Graduate Department of Architecture, Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, 1899. Studied in Europe.

Career

With Theophilus P. Chandler, and Cope & Stewardson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1899-1903, Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, New York, 1903-1911. Member Brazer & Robb, New York, 1911-1914. In office of Cram & Ferguson, Boston, 1914-1918.

Member Frohman, Robb & Little, Boston, since 1920. Firm architects for National Episcopal Cathedral, Washington, District of Columbia, Episcopal Cathedral, Baltimore, Maryland., and many other chs.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Architects, Boston Society of Architects. Has made a special study of the arts of the Middle Ages.

Connections

Married Bertha Mooar, October 24, 1906. Children: Malcolm Campbell, Jean Howard, Doris (deceased), Miriam.

father:
Eliakim Tupper Robb

mother:
Mary (Campbell) Robb

spouse:
Bertha Mooar

children:
Malcolm Campbell Robb

Jean Howard Robb

Doris Robb (deceased)

Miriam Robb