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Walter Cook

architect

Walter Cook, American architect. member of New York Art Commn; member jury for New York Public Library and for competition for University of Cal.

Background

Cook, Walter was born on July 23, 1846 in New York, New York, United States. Son of Edward and Catharine (Ireland) Cook.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1869, A.M., 1872. Studied at Royal Polytechnic School, Munich. École des Beaux Arts, Paris, returning to the United States, 1877.

Career

In practice, New York, since 1877. Member of New York Art Commission, 1905-1907. Was member jury for New York Public Library and for competition for University of California.

Consultant architect Board of Estimate and Apportionment, and of Court House Board, New York, A.N.A. Director American Institute Architects (president, 1912-1913). Home: New York, New York.

Membership

Member of New York Art Commn. Member jury for New York Public Library and for competition for University of Cal.

Connections

Married Louise Sprague, February 25, 1900.

father:
Edward Cook

mother:
Catharine (Ireland) Cook

spouse:
Louise Sprague