Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1934; Master in Architecture, Harvard, 1938; Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Tufts U., 1956; Doctor of Laws, Emerson College, 1962.
Designer Harrison & Abramoviz, 1939-1940. Project planner United States Housing Authority, 1940-1942. Partner Campbell, Aldrich & Nulty, Boston, 1947-1974.
President Aldrich, Pounder & Associates, Inc., 1974-1986. Consultant architect Dartmouth, Bradford Junior College, Phillips Exeter Academy. Associate architect Boton City Hall.
Architect, developer Portsmouth (New Hampshire) Urban Renewal Project. Co-founder, chairman Boston Arts Festival, 1952-1964. Director Boston Architectural Center, 1968-1972.
Chairman Boston Art Commission, 1955-1975. Member Planning Board Town of Marblehead, Massachusetts, 1979-1985. President Institute Contemporary Art, 1947-1960, trustee, 1960-1964.
Member architectural design advisory committee Boston Redevelopment Authority, Boston, 1959-1968.
Member Massachusetts Board Regional Community Colleges, 1961-1972. Trustee Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1954-1986, Radcliffe College, 1957-1971, vice chairman, 1961-1966. Vice president Metropolitan Boston Arts Center, 1958-1960, president, 1960-1963.
Board directors New England History Seaport, 1977-1985. Served as lieutenant Commander United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Charge combat aircraft service units, Pacific.
Fellow American Institute of Architects, American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member Boston Society Architects, Massachusetts Association Architects (director 1950-1958), Harvard Alumni Association (director 1962-1965) Clubs: Tavern (Boston).
Married Eleanor Tweed (divorced). 1 child, Nelson Wilmarth. Married Frances Turner, November 9, 1940.
Children— Frances D. Maher, Abigail Cheever, Rosalie C. West.