Art: Trinity

Members of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects held a quiet meeting last week to elect a successor to President Ralph Walker of Voorhees, Gmelin & Walker. There would have been nothing newsworthy about the affair but for the name of the new president: Hobart Brown Upjohn.

Not the greatest, but certainly the most long-lived name in U. S. architecture is Upjohn. Richard Upjohn was a co-founder (1857) and first president of the American Institute of Architects. By the time A. I. A. had grown large enough to become a...

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