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Thomas E. Snook

architect and engineer.

Thomas E. Snook, American architect and engineer. Served as captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, American Expeditionary Force, 1917-1919.; Member American Institute of Architects (Brooklyn chapter, past president, 1925-1927), New York State Society of Architects, Theta Xi.

Background

Snook, Thomas E. was born on October 7, 1888 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of Thomas E. and Anita Adele Snook.

Education

C.E., Columbia University, 1910.

Career

1 daughter Assistant engineer, Jno. B. Snook Sons, architects and engrs., 1910-1917, junior member and chief engineer, 1919-1930, senior member from 1930 (now Jno. B. Snook Sons-Victor C. Farrar).

Represented the Brooklyn Chapter of The American Institute of Architects in joint commission on city departments giving advice on formation of New York City Building Code, 1920-1928. Surveyor and expert in court trials in cases of unsafe buildings for the City of New York, 1930-1940.

Membership

Served as captain, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, American Expeditionary Force, 1917-1919. Member American Institute of Architects (Brooklyn chapter, past president, 1925-1927), New York State Society of Architects, Theta Xi.

Connections

Married Virginia Dabney Wright, August 15, 1917.

father:
Thomas E.

mother:
Anita Adele Snook

spouse:
Virginia Dabney Wright