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Architect

Mayo Larkin, American architect.

Background

Larkin, Mayo was born on July 25, 1916 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Julius Kenicott and Frances (Szathmary) Larkin.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts College Art, 1938. Master of Arts, Boston University, 1940. Master of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1942.

Career

Principal, Mayo Larkin Architecture, Boston, 1947-1949; president, Larkin & Glassman Association, Inc., Boston, 1950-1958; president, chief Executive officer, Larkin, Glassman & Prager Association, Inc., Boston, 1959-1986; president, Mayo Larkin Association, Inc., Newton and Needham, Massachusetts, since 1987. Private pilot, since 1947.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Housing and Urban Development Housing Units, numerous industrial, hospital and medical facilities, schools, municipal and state projects.

Membership

Trustee director Massachusetts College Art. 1st lieutenant United States Air Force, 1941-1945, European Theatre of Operations. Fellow Society of America Registered Architects.

Member American Institute of Architects, Boston Society Architects, American Ex-Prisoners of War Massachusetts (junior vice Commander), Temple Emanuel Brotherhood (past president), Massachusetts Institute of Technology Stein Club (past president), New Century Club, Veterans of Foreign Wars, DAV, Jewish War Veterans, Masons, B'nai B'rith (past president).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: squash, flying, travel, painting, drawing.

Connections

Married Martha Goorno, June 14, 1942. Children: Geoffrey, Sandra.

father:
Julius Kenicott Larkin

mother:
Frances (Szathmary) Larkin

spouse:
Martha Goorno

child:
Geoffrey Larkin

child:
Sandra Larkin