Trowbridge, Breck

Trowbridge, (Samuel) Breck (Parkman)

(1862–1925) architect; born in New York City. He trained at Columbia College School of Mines and the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris. In a 30-year New York partnership with Goodhue Livingston he designed elegant neoclassical banks, hotels, public buildings, and residences for wealthy clients.
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