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Architect

Ralph Pomerance, American architect. Decorated knight 1st class Royal Order Vasa, Sweden, 1939. Chairman Greenwich (Connecticut) Housing Authority, 1947-1953. Served to captain Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Fellow American Institute of Architects (treasurer New York chapter 1950-1951, executive committee 1954-1957).

Background

Pomerance, Ralph was born on September 1, 1907 in New York City. Son of Harry and Esther (Perlstein) Pomerance.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1930.

Career

Architectural practice as, Ralph Pomerance, 1933-1938; Architectural practice as, Pomerance & Breines, New York City, 1938-1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, New York City, 1955, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Research Center at Albert Einstein College Medicine, 1969, Riis Houses Plaza and Amphitheatre, New York City, 1966, Bellevue Hosp, 1970, New York University Dental College, 1976, New York University Hospital offices, 1986.

Membership

Chairman Greenwich (Connecticut) Housing Authority, 1947-1953. Served to captain Army of the United States, 1942-1945. Fellow American Institute of Architects (treasurer New York chapter 1950-1951, executive committee 1954-1957).

Connections

Married Josephine A. Wertheim, June 8, 1934 (deceased 1980). Children: Pamela (Mistress Henry Steiner), Stephen M., Ralph. Married Marilyn S. Selver, May 6, 1984.

father:
Harry Pomerance

mother:
Esther (Perlstein) Pomerance

spouse:
Marilyn S. Selver

spouse:
Josephine A. Wertheim

child:
Stephen M. Pomerance

child:
Ralph Pomerance

child:
Pamela Pomerance (Mistress Henry Steiner)