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Henry Rutgers Marshall

architect

Henry Rutgers Marshall, American architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president New York chapter 1902-1904).

Background

Marshall, Henry Rutgers was born on July 22, 1852 in New York, United States. Son of Henry Perry and Cornelia E. (Conrad) Marshall.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Columbia, 1873, A.M., 1876. Doctor of Humane Letters, Rutgers, 1903. Doctor of Science, Hobart, 1910.

Career

In practice as architect, since 1878. Lecturer on æsthetics, Columbia University, 1894-1895, Yale University, 1906-1907, Princeton University, 1915-1917. Member Art Commission, City of New York (executive secretary).

Works

  • Author: Pain, Pleasure and Æsthetics, 1894. Æsthetic Principles, 1895. Instinct and Reason, 1898.

    Consciousness, 1909

  • War and the Ideal of Peace, 1915. Mind and Conduct, 1919. The Beautiful, 1924.

Membership

Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president New York chapter 1902-1904).

Connections

Married Julia R. Gilman, May 18, 1881 (died 1888).

father:
Henry Perry Marshall

mother:
Cornelia E. (Conrad) Marshall

spouse:
Julia R. Gilman