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Henry Kerr Mcgoodwin

architect

Henry Kerr Mcgoodwin, American architect. Fellow of American International Assurance and.

Background

Mcgoodwin, Henry Kerr was born on April 5, 1871 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, United States. Son of I. D. and Virginia (Wooten) M.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Ogden College, Bowling Green, 1891. Bachelor of Science in architecture, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1894.

Career

Practiced, Bowling Green and Louisville, 1894-1899, Charleston, South Carolina., 1899-1901. Instructor architecture, University of Pennsylvania, 1901-1904, Washington University, St. Louis, 1904-1906. Professor architecture, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1906-1919.

Resumed practice at Philadelphia Appointed professor architecture (in charge department) and chairman of faculty of College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1923.

Works

  • Author: Architectural Shades and Shadows, 1904.

Membership

Fellow of American International Assurance and.

Connections

Married Harriet Ford Smith, June 27, 1906.

father:
I. Dungeon Master

mother:
Virginia (Wooten) M.

spouse:
Harriet Ford Smith