Densmore and LeClear

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Densmore and LeClear was an architecture firm based in Boston, active from 1897 through 1942.

The founding principals were Edward Dana Densmore (1871–1926)[1] and Gifford LeClear (1874–1931) in 1897, organizing as an engineering firm. Both were engineering graduates of Harvard University, and LeClear returned to Harvard as a lecturer and professor. With the addition of Henry C. Robbins in July 1914, another Harvard-trained architect, the firm was known as Densmore, LeClear and Robbins.

Their designs include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edward Dana Densmore at archINFORM. Retrieved 10 July 2011.
  2. ^ http://cinematreasures.org/theater/18829/ accessed 11/7/10
  3. ^ http://www.jphs.org/locales/2005/9/30/egleston-square-by-richard-heath.html accessed 11/7/10
  4. ^ AIA Guide to Boston By Susan Southworth, Michael Southworth, page 138
  5. ^ https://www.cityofboston.gov/environment/pdfs/mdc_06.pdf accessed 11/7/10