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Nicholas Isaak

architect

Nicholas Isaak, Albanian architect. award N.H. Member City Planning Commission, Manchester; Served as Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946.; Member American International Assurance (president N.H. chapter, Design award N.H. chapter 1965, 68, 70), N.H. Art Association, Society Architectural Historians.

Background

Isaak, Nicholas was born on September 22, 1913 in Dardhe, Albania. Son of Charles and Olympia (Stephany) Isaak.

Education

Student Sanborn Seminary, 1932, St. Anselms College, 1933. Bachelor of Science U. N.H., 1936.

Career

Draftsman, supervising architects office U. N.H., 1937-1940. Designer Lockwood Greene Engineers, 1941-1942. Practicing architect Koehler & Isaack, Manchester, N.H., 1946-1975.

Designed St. Anselms College buildings, Pease Air Force Base buildings, dormitory at U. N.H., buildings at Keene Teachers College, cts., Post Office building, Concord, N.H., Chancery Building, Manchester, Federal office buildings, Post Office Concord and Portsmouth, others. Water color exhibit Currier Gallery Art, 1946.

Membership

Member City Planning Commission, Manchester. Served as Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946. Member American International Assurance (president N.H. chapter, Design award N.H. chapter 1965, 68, 70), N.H. Art Association, Society Architectural Historians.

Connections

Married Barbara Pineo, July 6, 1940. Children: Marcia, Nicholas, Carolyn.

father:
Charles Isaak

mother:
Olympia (Stephany) Isaak

spouse:
Barbara Pineo

children:
Marcia Isaak

Nicholas Isaak

Carolyn Isaak