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Frank Augustus Bourne

architect

Frank Augustus Bourne, American architect. Member American Institute Architects.

Background

Bourne, Frank Augustus was born on January 14, 1871 in Bangor, Maine, United States. Son of Augustus L. and M. Antoinette (Stevens) Bourne.

Education

Student of University of Maine, 1889-1891. Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1895, Master of Science, 1896. Harvard, 1898-1899.

Career

1 son, Philip Walley. General architectural practice, Boston, since 1899. Principal works: Winchester (Massachusetts) Congressional Church, Bangor (Maine) Congressional Church, St. Lukes Church, Chelsea, Massachusetts, St. Johns Church, Franklin, Massachusetts, Mission of the Epiphany, Dorchester, Massachusetts, Church of All Nations, Boston, Our Lady of the Snows Church, Dublin, N.H., Ray Memorial school and Dean Academy Science Building, Franklin, Massachusetts, 21 houses in Charles River Square, Boston, etc.

Works

  • Author: Study of the Orders of Architecture, 1906. Architectural Drawing (with H. V. von Holst and F. C. Brown), 1914. Compiler of bibliographies of City Planning, 1914, Housing, 1920.

Membership

Member American Institute Architects.

Connections

Married Gertrude Beals, June 15, 1904.

father:
Augustus L. Bourne

mother:
M. Antoinette (Stevens) Bourne

spouse:
Gertrude Beals