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Eldredge Snyder


Eldredge Snyder, American architect. Decorated Bronze Star, unit citations; Arthur Spayd Brook medal for distinguished design University of Pennsylvania, 1925; Henry Gilette Woodman traveling fellow, 1926; House and Home award of merit, 1957, 58.


Snyder, Eldredge was born on January 24, 1901 in New York City. Son of Mesier Reese and Mina Hubbard (Murray) Snyder.


Educated Choate School. Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1922. B. Architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1924, Master in Architecture, 1925.

Student American Academy in Rome, 1927-1928.


With Benjamin Wistar Morris & O’ Connor, architects, 1925-1927, 29-33. General practice of architecture, since 1934. Designer buildings private residences United States and Bahamas, including buildings at Oberlin College, Princeton, Rutgers University, Hnog Kong Pavilion, New York World’s Fair, 1964-1965.

Contributor house designs to leading mags.


Served United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1946. Member American Institute of Architects, National Council Architectural Registration, Architectural League New York, National Institute Architectural Education, National Academy Design, Delta Psi. Clubs: Princeton, University, Century (New York City).


Married Therese Cronin, March 14, 1942.

Mesier Reese Snyder

Mina Hubbard (Murray) Snyder

Therese Cronin