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Gilbert, Cass

Born: 1859 AD
Died: 1934 AD
Nationality: American
Categories: Architects

1859 – Born in Zanesville, Ohio on the29th of November.  

1878 – Gilbert enrolled in the architecture program at MIT.

1894 – Saint Paul Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota. Cretin Hall, Loras Hall, the Service Center, a classroom building, the refectory building, the administration building.

1895-1905 – Minnesota State Capitol, St. Paul.

         – The Broadway-Chambers Building, his first buliding in New York City.

1907 – Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, facing Bowling Green park in Lower Manhattan.

         – A series of master plans for the Minneapolis campus of the University of Minnesota.

1917 – Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.

1918 –  Brooklyn Army Terminal, Sunset Park area of Brooklyn, NY.

1921 – The Detroit Public Library, main branch.

1924 – The First Division Monument, President’s Park, Washington DC.

1932 – West Virginia State Capitol, Charleston, West Virginia.

1925 – The James Scott Memorial Fountain, Belle Isle, Detroit, MI.

1926 – Tower plans for cladding the George Washington Bridge, New York City, in masonry.

         – New York Life Insurance Building.

1932 – US Embassy Building, Ottowa, Ontario.

1934 – Died on the 17th of May.

1935 – United States Supreme Court building, Washington, D.C.