Albert Bush-Brown

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Albert Bush-Brown (born West Hartford, Connecticut 1926-died Barnstable, Massachusetts 1994) was an architectural historian and American university president. He was chancellor and president of Long Island University (1971-1985) and president of Rhode Island School of Design (1962-1968) He also taught art history at Princeton, Harvard, Case Western Reserve, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

He also wrote books, including Louis Sullivan (1960) and The Architecture of America: A Social Interpretation (1961).

He attended Princeton University and Deep Springs College.[1]


  1. ^ Pace, Eric (25 July 1994). "Albert Bush-Brown, 68, Is Dead; Historian Was L.I.U. President". New York Times. Retrieved 22 April 2011.