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Frederick Augustus Godley

architect , educator.

Frederick Augustus Godley, American architect, educator. member architectural firm Godley & Haskell, 1915-1918; member firm Godley & Sedgwick, 1918-1924, Raymond Hood, Godley & Fouilhoux, 1924-1929; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Society Beaux Arts Architects, Century Association Zeta Psi.

Background

Godley, Frederick Augustus was born on June 10, 1886 in Jersey City. Son of William Disborough and Elizabeth (McMurtrie) Godley.

Education

Graduate Hotchkiss School, 1904. Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1908, A.M., 1942. Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1910.

Diploma School Fine Arts, Paris, 1913.

Career

Associate Guy Lowell, 1913-1915. Member architectural firm Godley & Haskell, 1915-1918. Associate with United States Housing Corporation, 1917-1918.

Member firm Godley & Sedgwick, 1918-1924, Raymond Hood, Godley & Fouilhoux, 1924-1929. Practiced alone since 1929. Now retired Professor architectural design Yale, since 1932, master of Timothy Dwight since 1942.

Chairman educational committee Beaux Institute Design, 1914-1917. Member of advisory board Architectural School Princeton, 1920-1928. Member planning board City of Rye, 1926-1940.

Membership

Member architectural firm Godley & Haskell, 1915-1918. Member firm Godley & Sedgwick, 1918-1924, Raymond Hood, Godley & Fouilhoux, 1924-1929. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Member Society Beaux Arts Architects, Century Association Zeta Psi. Clubs: University, Elihu, Aurelian, Elizabethan.

Connections

Married Anne C. W. Franchot, October 28, 1916. Children: George McM., Frederich A., Anne F., Elizabeth McM. (deceased).

father:
William Disborough Godley

mother:
Elizabeth (McMurtrie) Godley

spouse:
Anne C. W. Franchot

children:
George McM. Godley

Frederich A. Godley

Anne F. Godley

Elizabeth McM. Godley (deceased)