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educator , architectural historian

Howard Saalman, German architectural historian, educator. Fellow American Council Learned Societies, 1963, Kress Foundation, 1964, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1974, 91—, Guggenheim Foundation, 1984; grantee American Philosophical Society, 1966-1967, 84-85, 91; recipient Alexander von Humboldt prize, 1992.

Background

Saalman, Howard was born on February 17, 1928 in Stettin, Germany. Son of Walter Guenter and Gertrude (Robert) Saalman.

Education

AB, City College of New York, 1949. Master of Arts, New York University, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1960.

Career

Professor architectural history Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 1958-1970, Andrew Mellon professor architecture, 1970-1993. Emeritus, 1993

Visiting professor University California, Berkeley, 1968, Harvard University, 1969, universities, Berlin, 1973, Bonn, 1979. Visiting professor University California-Berkeley, Vienna, 1982, Jerusalem, 1987, Heidelberg, 1988, Villa I Tatti, Florence, Italy, 1991.

Membership

Member College Art Association American, Accademia Nazionale Virgiliana di Scienze Lettere el Arti (correspondent), Society Architectural Historians.

Connections

Married Jeanne Eloise Farr, July 27, 1954. 1 daughter, Daphne Lydia.

father:
Walter Guenter Saalman

mother:
Gertrude (Robert) Saalman

spouse:
Jeanne Eloise Farr