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HOME : Art : Posters : New York Stock Exchange Drawing Trowbridge Lovingstone

New York Stock Exchange Drawing Trowbridge Lovingstone (MR13009)

Price: $495

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Trowbridge & Livingston

Samuel Beck Parkman Trowbridge (1862-1925) was born in New York City, son of William Petit and Lucy Parkman Trowbridge. At the time of his birth, Trowbridges father, whose initial career was in the military, was the superintending engineer of the construction of Fort Totten Battery, repairs to Fort Schuyler, and work at Governors Island. The work was being done to fortify the city against possible attack during the Civil War. After the War, he left the military and eventually became professor of dynamic engineering at Yale. From 1877 until his death in 1892, he was professor of engineering at the Columbia School of Mines. Undoubtedly, the younger Trowbridge was influenced in his choice of career by his fathers profession.

Goodhue Livingston (1867-1951), a descendant of a prominent colonial New York family, received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Columbia during the same period Trowbridge was at the school. Their partnership was to be a long and productive one.
The New York Stock Exchange Drawing By Trowbridge & Lovingston
Architects of the new addition
Trowbridge & Livingston was an architectural practice based in New York City in the early 20th century. The firms partners were Samuel Beck Parkman Trowbridge (1862-1925) and Goodhue Livingston (1867-1951).
Framed and matted
Came from the City Bank Houston
37.5" Length x 45" Height
Very good vintage
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