Arthur Bates Jennings
|Arthur Bates Jennings|
|Died||March 30, 1927
Arthur Bates Jennings (1849–1927) was an American architect, working primarily out of New York, New York. He married Caroline Jerusha Allen of West Meriden, Connecticut and had three children, Edward Allen Jennings, Arthur B. Jennings, Jr., and Helen Bates Jennings.
He earned an A.B. from College of the City of New York in 1870 and trained in architecture under George B. Post and Russell Sturgis. His early career focused on residential designs, later expanding into public buildings, like churches and college buildings. He is known for this multi-turreted churches. His buildings were constructed across the United States, from Portland, Maine to Seattle, Washington.
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- "Obituary: Arthur Bates Jennings". New York Times. April 1, 1927.
- "Old Gym". U. Grant Miller Library Digital Archives. Washington & Jefferson College.
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