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Lindley Murray Franklin

architect.

Lindley Murray Franklin, American architect. Member of committee of 3 on army hospital plans, appointed by Secretary of War Baker, in 1918, to review all army hospitals; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (life); member S.R.

Background

Franklin, Lindley Murray was born on July 17, 1874 in Flushing, Long Island. Son of Lindley Murray and Martha Littiefield (Mann) Franklin.

Education

Bachelor of Philosophy, Columbia University School Architecture, 1896.

Career

In office McKim, Mead & White, 1893-1898. With York & Sawyer, 1898-1910, member firm, 1919-1943, retired from active partnership, January 1, 1943.

Membership

Member of committee of 3 on army hospital plans, appointed by Secretary of War Baker, in 1918, to review all army hospitals. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (life). Member S.R.; Clubs: Century, Noroton Yacht.

Connections

Married Magdelaine Weed, April. Children: Lindley Murray, John Weed, Edward Vernon, Martin.

father:
Lindley Murray Franklin

mother:
Martha Littiefield (Mann) Franklin

spouse:
Magdelaine Weed

children:
Lindley Murray Franklin

John Weed Franklin

Edward Vernon Franklin

Martin Franklin