Burnham Hoyt

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Burnham Hoyt (1887-1960) was an architect in Denver, Colorado.[1][2]

He practiced as an architect during 1919-1955, and worked during his career as an architect with Denver architects Kidder and Wieger, with New York City architects George Post and Bertram Goodhue, and during 1919-1933 with his Denver-based brother Merrill Hoyt as Hoyt and Hoyt. He practiced alone during 1936-1955.[2] In 1953 he was elected into the National Academy of Design as an Associate Academician.

A number of his works are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[3]

Works include (with attribution as appears in sources):