Buchman & Fox

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The New York-based architectural firm of Buchman & Fox was formed about 1900 by the architects Albert Buchman[1] and Mortimer J. Fox. Buchman, with his former partner Deisler, had been the architect of Estherwood (Dobbs Ferry, New York) (1894–95). Fox retired in 1917[2] and Ely Jacques Kahn assumed partnership with Buchman.

Some commissions, all in New York[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ ArchInform: Albert Buchman 1859/60 - 15 April 1936.
  2. ^ The American Architect, 3 October 1917: 345.