Tracy and Swartwout
Evarts Tracy (1868–1922) was the son of first cousins Jeremiah Evarts Tracy and Martha Sherman Greene. His paternal grandmother Martha Sherman Evarts and maternal grandmother Mary Evarts were the sisters of William M. Evarts. Evarts Tracey graduated from Yale in 1890.
Egerton Swartwout (1870–1943) was the first son of Satterlee Swartwout and Charlotte Elizabeth Edgerton (daughter of Ohio Representative Alfred Peck Edgerton). Swartwout graduated from Yale University in 1891.
Both Swartwout and Tracy had trained and worked as draftsmen with the renowned firm, McKim, Mead and White.
From 1904-1909, Tracy and Swartwout were joined by architect James Riely Gordon, forming the firm Gordon, Tracy & Swartwout.
In 1909-1912 the firm was joined by Electus Darwin Litchfield, a graduate of the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and the Stevens Institute of Technology. The firm was at this time named Tracy, Swartwout & Litchfield.
Evarts Tracy died January 31, 1922, in France, of chronic myocarditis. Egerton Swartwout continued working on his own after Evarts Tracy's death.
|1900||Former Yale Club||30 W. 44th Street, New York||Now the Penn Club|
|1901||home for Evarts Tracy||1009 Hillside Ave. Plainfield NJ|
|1902||The Webster Hotel||40 West 45th Street, New York||Added to National Register of Historic Places, 1984|
|1903||Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center||Park Ave. and Randolph Road Plainfield, NJ||currently in danger of being demolished|
|1906||Pliny Fisk House||New York City (11, 13, 15 E. 45th Street)|||
|1906||Skull and Bones, cloister-garden||New Haven, Connecticut||For the Yale University secret society. Evarts Tracy is believed to have been an 1890 member of the society, and William M. Evarts was an 1837 member |
|1905-1907||National Metropolitan Bank Building||Washington, D.C.||designed by B. Stanley Simmons added to National Register of Historic Places, 1978|
|1907||Albert Moyer House||324 N. Ridgewood Rd. S. Orange, NJ|
|1907-1909||Somerset County Courthouse||Somerville, New Jersey|
|1908||Stamford YMCA||909 Washington Blvd, Stamford, CT||now Hotel Zero Degrees attached to YMCA|
|1908-1911||Cathedral of St. John in the Wilderness, Denver||Denver, Colorado||Added to National Register of Historic Places, 1975|
|1915||Astor Market||95th and Broadway NY, NY||demolished|
|1915||George Washington Memorial Hall||Washington, D.C.||construction was started but never completed|||
|1916||U.S. Post Office and Federal Building||Denver, Colorado||Added to National Register of Historic Places, 1973|
|1917||Missouri State Capitol||Jefferson City, Missouri||Beaux-Arts|
|1919||Ridgewood High School||Ridgewood, New Jersey|