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Eleanor Bloom Allwork

interior designer

Eleanor Bloom Allwork, American interior designer. Recipient first award Gramercy Park Exhibit National Arts Club, 1951. Member advising committee on maintenance New York Hospital, 1953-1954.; Member American Institute Decorators, American International Assurance (president Women’s Architectural Auxiliary New York chapter 1964-1965), New York Junior League.

Background

Allwork, Eleanor Bloom was born on September 11, 1911 in New York City. Daughter of Edgar Selden and May (Wallace) Bloom.

Education

Student Barnard College, 1929-1933. Special study Columbia School Architecture, 1936-1937. Diploma interior architecture New York School Applied Design for Women, 1939.

Career

Estimator, assistant designer H. F. Huber & Associates, 1933-1937. Owner, manager Bloomsbury House, 1939-1941. Secretary-treasurer Allwork Company.

New York City, 1946-1968.

Membership

Member advising committee on maintenance New York Hospital, 1953-1954. Member American Institute Decorators, American International Assurance (president Women’s Architectural Auxiliary New York chapter 1964-1965), New York Junior League.

Connections

Married Ronald Allwork, October 17, 1941.

father:
Edgar Selden Bloom

mother:
May (Wallace) Bloom

spouse:
Ronald Allwork