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William Pitt Preble Longfellow

architect

William Pitt Preble Longfellow, American architect. Fellow American Institute Architects (secretary for foreign correspondence), Boston Society Architects, Royal Society Arts, London.

Background

Longfellow, William Pitt Preble was born on October 25, 1836 in Portland, Maine, United States. Son of Stephen and Marianne (Preble) Longfellow.

Education

And nephew of the poet. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1855. Bachelor of Science, 1859.

Career

Assistant architect, Treasury Department, 1869-1872. Original editor The American Architect. Adjunct Professor architectural design, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1881-1882.

Trustee Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Chairman architectural section board of judges, Chicago Exposition, 1893.

Works

  • Author: Cyclopædia of Architecture in Italy, Greece and the Levant, 1895. Applied Perspective, 1901.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Architects (secretary for foreign correspondence), Boston Society Architects, Royal Society Arts, London.

Connections

Married Emily Daniell, May 26, 1870.

father:
Stephen Longfellow

mother:
Marianne (Preble) Longfellow

spouse:
Emily Daniell