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Architect , educator

Henry Anthony Jandl, American architect, educator. John Stewardson fellow, 1933; Whitney Warren fellow, 1937; Recipient Princeton prize, 1935; honor award for design of Princeton Borough Hall New Jersey chapter American Institute of Architects, 1966.


Jandl, Henry Anthony was born on July 17, 1910 in Spokane. Son of Paul and Marie (Zitterbart) Jandl.


Student, Fontainebleau School Fine Arts, France, 1933. Bachelor of Architecture, Master in Architecture, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1935. Master of Fine Arts in Architecture, Princeton University, 1937.

Postgraduate, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1939.


Faculty, Princeton, 1940-1943, 45—; professor architecture, Princeton, 1957-1975; professor emeritus, Princeton, since 1975; acting director, Princeton (School Architecture), 1964; Executive officer, Princeton (School Architecture and Urban Planning), 1968-1974; plant engineer, Corning Glass Works, New York, 1943-1945; private practice architecture, since 1943. Visiting critic University of Virginia, 1957. Consultant architect.

Consultant on physical facilities to commanding general, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, 1966-1967. Architectural consultant art and architecture committee Diocese of Trenton.


Member, vice chairman board Environmental Design Review for Princeton Township. Board trustee Central Bank Wellness Foundation, since 2000. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Capitol chapter New Jersey 1961-1962, James River chapter since 1978, College of Fellows since 1971, American Institute of Architects School medal 1937).

Member Association Collegiate School Architecture, Association Princeton Graduate Alumni, National Institute Architectural Education, Alpha Rho Chi (medal for excellence 1935), Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Sigma Delta. Clubs: Kennebunk River.


Married Gertrude Ward, June 4, 1940 (deceased 1976). Children: Margaret M., H. Ward (deceased). Married Nancy Crater, October 2, 1976.

Paul Jandl

Marie (Zitterbart) Jandl

Nancy Crater

Gertrude Ward

H. Ward Jandl (deceased)

Margaret M. Jandl