Mott B. Schmidt

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Mott B. Schmidt (1889–1977) was an American architect best known for his buildings in the American Georgian Classical style.[1] His 1919-20 townhouses for wealthy socialites Anne Harriman Vanderbilt and Anne Morgan anchored the then-new Sutton Place, Manhattan, and launched a career that included many houses for the wealthy.[2]. Apartment buildings designed by Mott Schmidt include 655 Park Avenue and 1088 Park Avenue.

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  1. ^ "About Mott Schmidt". The Architecture of Mott B. Schmidt. mottschmidt.com. Retrieved September 8, 2012. 
  2. ^ Smith, Mark Alan. "About Mott Schmidt: Beginnings and Sutton Place". The Architecture of Mott B. Schmidt. MottSchmidt.com. Retrieved September 8, 2012. 

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