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Richard Howland Hunt

architect

Richard Howland Hunt, French architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Background

Hunt, Richard Howland was born on March 14, 1862 in Paris, France. Son of Richard Morris and Catharine C. Hunt.

Education

Educated Massachusetts Institute Technology and École des Beaux Arts.

Career

Francis D. Carley: children—Richard Carley, Frank Carley. Jonathan; married second, Margaret Livingston Watrous, d. S. Otis Livingston, 1891.

From small sketch left by his father (a distinguished architect) completed new wing for Metropolitan Museum of Art. Was architect Quintard Hall and Hoffman Hall, University of the South: Kissan Hall. Vanderbilt University.

Private residences of Wm. K. and George W. Vanderbilt, Mistress O. H. P. Belmont.

Membership

Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Connections

Married Pearl, d.;; married second, Margaret Livingston Watrous, d.

father:
Richard Morris

mother:
Catharine C. Hunt

spouses:
Pearl

Margaret Livingston Watrous