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Harold Bush-Brown

architect.

Harold Bush-Brown, French architect. Served as ensign, Lieutenant junior grade, United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917-1920.; Fellow, American Institute Architects; member American Planning and Civic Association; Club: Harvard of New York and Atlanta.

Background

Bush-Brown, Harold was born on November 3, 1888 in Paris, France, of America parents. Son of Henry Kirke and Margaret (Lesley) Bush-Brown.

Education

Graduate Newburgh (New York) Academy, 1907. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1911. Master in Architecture, 1915.

Career

Began as architectural draftsman, 1910. Professor, head department architecture Georgia Institute of Technology (formerly Georgia School Technology), 1925-1956, formerly director school architecture, professor emeritus, from 1956. Senior partner Bush-Brown, Gailey & Heffernan, architects.

Designed 7 dormitories, dining-hall, 6 classroom buildings, laboratory buildings, auditorium, library, gynmasium at Georgia School Technology and Guggenheim School aeronautics Chairman Joint committee on teaching architecture for American International Assurance-Association Collegiate School Architecture. District officer for Georgia of Historic American Building Survey, 1936-1937.

Membership

Served as ensign, Lieutenant junior grade, United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917-1920. Fellow, American Institute Architects. Member American Planning and Civic Association.

Club: Harvard of New York and Atlanta.

Connections

Married Marjorie Conant, August 16, 1924, 1 son, Richard Lyman.

father:
Henry Kirke Bush-Brown

mother:
Margaret (Lesley) Bush-Brown

spouse:
Marjorie Conant