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Francis Wilshira Roudebush

architect

Francis Wilshira Roudebush, American architect. Served as private United States Army, 1918.; Member American International Assurance, New York State Association Architects, S.R., Municipal Arts Society New York (directory); Club: Century Association (New York City). Architectural works include buildings for Smith College, Princeton, Vassar College.

Background

Roudebush, Francis Wilshira was born on April 30, 1899 in Milford, Ohio, United States. Son of Frank Wallace and Stella (Carver) Roudebush.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton, 1922, Master of Fine Arts, 1925.

Career

Draftsman, Delano & Aldrich, architects, 1925-1934. Private architectural practice, New York City, 1934-1975. Instructor architectural design Cooper Union, New York City, 1925-1935.

Lecturer Princeton, 1948-1951, member of advisory council department art and archaeology. Associate director building services United Service Organizations, 1943-1946.

Membership

Served as private United States Army, 1918. Member American International Assurance, New York State Association Architects, S.R., Municipal Arts Society New York (directory). Club: Century Association (New York City).

Architectural works include buildings for Smith College, Princeton, Vassar College.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Long Summey, May 22, 1931. Children: Ann Carver, Peter Wilshire.

father:
Frank Wallace Roudebush

mother:
Stella (Carver) Roudebush

spouse:
Elizabeth Long Summey

children:
Ann Carver Roudebush

Peter Wilshire Roudebush