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Gertrude Sawyer


General Information


Occupation: Architect

Date of Birth: April 02, 1895

Date of Death: February 11, 1996

Resident City: Washington

Resident State/Province: District of Columbia

Resident Country: United States

Sources: Architectural Record, Vol. 103 part 2, April-June, 1948


Specialties


Subject: Residential architecture and country estates


Jobs


Employer: Gertrude Sawyer, AIA

City: Washington

State: District of Columbia

Country: United States


Employer: Fairchild Aircraft Corporation

Notes: worked in the engineering department during World War II.


Employer: United States Navy Civil Engineer Corps Reserve

Title: Lieutenant


Collaborators


No collaborators on record


Apprenticeships


No apprenticeships on record


Awards


No awards on record


Exhibitions


No exhibitions on record


Notable Projects


Title: Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Patterson

City: Peterson's Point, above the Patuxent River

State: Maryland

Country: United States


Title: Residence of Judge and Mrs. J. Edgar Murdock


Education


Institution: Cambridge School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Northampton, Massachusetts

Degree: Master of Architecture


Institution: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Degree: Bachelor Degree in Landscape Architecture


Institution: Smith College

Start Date: 1933

End Date: 1942

Notes: She was associated with Smith College from 1933-1942.


Licensing


License: Registered Architect

Organization: District of Columbia


License: Registered Architect (A3801191)

Organization: State of Ohio


License: Registered Architect

Organization: State of Florida


License: Registered Architect

Organization: State of Maryland


License: Registered Architect

Organization: State of Pennsylvania


Professional Affiliations


Organization: American Institute of Architects

Role: Member


Publications By


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Publications About


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