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Architect , artist

Samuel Eldon Homsey, American architect, artist. Recipient prize for institutional buildings Pittsburgh Glass Institute, 1938; diploma of merit for design of Cambridge Yacht Club Maryland Society of Architects, 1940; 1st prize Delaware Annual 1st Oil Show Wilmington Society Fine Arts; two 1st prizes Delaware Annual Water Color Show. A.N.A.

Background

Homsey, Samuel Eldon was born on August 29, 1904 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Elias Samuel and Margaret (Sabbag) Homsey.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1926.

Career

Practicing architect, since 1926.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Architectural Forum. Architectural projects include American Embassy, Tehran, Iran.

Membership

Board directors Wilmington Academy Art, 1941-1942. Served as Commander, Office Research and Inventions United States Naval Reserve. Lieutenant Commander Bureau aeronautics.

Fellow American Institute of Architects (vice president). Member National Academy of Design (academician), American, Philadelphia watercolor societies, American Water Color Society, Confrerie Des Chevaliers du Tastevin. Clubs: Century Association.

Connections

Married Victorine duPont, April 27, 1929. Children– Coleman duPont, Eldon duPont.

father:
Elias Samuel Homsey

mother:
Margaret (Sabbag) Homsey

spouse:
Victorine duPont

child:
Coleman duPont Homsey

child:
Eldon duPont Homsey