Adams & Prentice

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Adams & Prentice, Mamfeldt, Adams & Prentice, and Mamfeldt, Adams & Woodbridge were s series of American architectural firms in mid-twentieth-century New York City, with Adams & Prentice (fl. 1929-1941) being the most well-known, all established by architect Lewis Greenleaf Adams, AIA with various partners.[1] The series of partnerships were the predecessor firms of the influential firm Adams & Woodbridge (fl. 1945-1974), which was functional from 1945 to 1974 with partners Adams and Frederick James Woodbridge, FAIA, formerly of the firm Evans, Moore & Woodbridge. Adams & Woodbridge later estimated in 1953 that their firm and its above-mentioned predecessor firms had been responsible for “about 100 residences and alterations.” [2] In 1929, the office was located at 15 West 38th Street, Manhattan.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Questionnaire for Architects’ Roster and/or Register of Architects Qualified for Federal Public Works [1] April 30, 1946.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Questionnaire for Architects’ Roster and/or Register of Architects Qualified for Federal Public Works [2] February 27, 1953.
  3. ^ a b Office for Metropolitan History, "Manhattan NB Database 1900-1986," (Accessed 15 Apr 2011).