Frederick Larkin Edit Profile
Student of architectural design Atelier Masqueray, New York, 3 years. Travel and study, Europe, 2 years.
Began as construction engineer, New York, 1910. President Realty Construction Company, engineering and financing corporation, operating in the United States and abroad, 1915-1933. Special inspection engineer, public buildings branch, United States Treasury, 1935-1936.
Chief Foreign buildings Office, Department of State, with rank of minister. Executive secretary Foreign Service buildings communications of Congress since 1937.
Clubs: Congressional Country, Columbia Country (Washington, District of Columbia).
Married 1917 (divorced). Children: Frederick, Jane, Lawrence.