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Frederic Rhinelander King

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Frederic Rhinelander King, American architect. Member American Red Cross Commission, 1917; Served as First lieutenant, United States Army, G2 Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918-1919, American Commission to Negotiate Peace; member Coolidge’s Mission to Austria, 1919. Academician National Academy of Design; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Society Beaux Arts.

Background

King, Frederic Rhinelander was born on April 13, 1887 in New York City. Son of LeRoy and Ethel (Rhinelander) King.

Education

Bachelor of Arts cum laude, Harvard, 1908, Columbia Architectural School, 1908-1911, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France, 1912-1914.

Career

With McKim, Mead and White, 1914-1917. With Carrere and Hastings, 1919-1920. Associate Marion S. Wyeth, 1920-1932.

Partner Wyeth & King, 1932-1964.

Membership

Member American Red Cross Commission, 1917. Served as First lieutenant, United States Army, G2 Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918-1919, American Commission to Negotiate Peace. Member Coolidge’s Mission to Austria, 1919.

Academician National Academy of Design. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member Society Beaux Arts.

Clubs: Century Association, Harvard, Pilgrims of the United States Church.

Connections

Married Edith P. Morgan, February 9, 1924. Children: David Rhinelander, Jonathan LeRoy.

father:
LeRoy King

mother:
Ethel (Rhinelander) King

spouse:
Edith P. Morgan

children:
David Rhinelander King

Jonathan LeRoy King