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Laurence Hall Fowler

architect

Laurence Hall Fowler, American architect. Fellow American Institute Architects; member art communications of Baltimore City; member Municipal Art Society (director), Maryland. History Society (vice president), Delta Phi.; Club: West Hamilton St.

Background

Fowler, Laurence Hall was born on September 5, 1876 in Baltimore, County, Maryland, United States. Son of David and Mary (Brinkley) Fowler.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins, 1898. Bachelor of Science in architecture, Columbia, 1902. Studied Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris.

Career

Practiced at Baltimore since 1906. Architect of Calvert school and the War Memorial, Baltimore, Maryland Hall of Records and State Office Building (associate) Annapolis, Maryland. and many private residences. Trustee Baltimore Museum of Art, Municipal Museum of Baltimore.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Architects. Member art communications of Baltimore City. Member Municipal Art Society (director), Maryland.

History Society (vice president), Delta Phi. Club: West Hamilton St.

Connections

Married Mary Josephs, January 1926.

father:
David Fowler

mother:
Mary (Brinkley) Fowler

spouse:
Mary Josephs