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Francis Burrall Hoffman

architect.

Francis Burrall Hoffman, American architect. Recipient Gold medal San Francisco World’s Fair. Member Architectural League, Society Architects de Government; Club: Knickerbocker (New York City).

Background

Hoffman, Francis Burrall was born on March 6, 1882 in New Orleans. Son of Francis Burall and Lucy (Shattuck) Hoffman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1903. Diploma Ecole Beaux Arts, Paris, 1907.

Career

Draftsman, Carrers & Hastings, New York City, 1903-1908. Private practice, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Washington, Kentucky, California, Florida, France, since 1909. Associate Harry Ingals, 1910-1918.

Principal works include Deering residence, Miami, Florida, 1912-1917, Little Theatre, New York City, 1910, apartment house, New York City, 1928, World Bank, Paris, 1958.

Membership

Member Architectural League, Society Architects de Government. Club: Knickerbocker (New York City).

Connections

Married Mary Virginia Kimball, May 19, 1927.

father:
Francis Burall Hoffman

mother:
Lucy (Shattuck) Hoffman

spouse:
Mary Virginia Kimball