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Patricia Hoffman

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Upcoming Events

April 2015

Albert L. Brockway: An Architectural Career

April 29 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Oneida Community Mansion House,
170 Kenwood Avenue Oneida, NY 13421 United States
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On April 29, Elizabeth Crawford addresses “Albert L. Brockway: An Architectural Career.” Known locally for the Oneida Ltd. Sales Office near the Mansion House, Brockway (1864-1933) was a classically-trained designer whose numerous residential and commercial projects in the Syracuse area are illustrated in photograph and blueprint. Crawford, an Associate with Crawford & Stearns, Architects and Preservation Planners, has preserved and rehabilitated hundreds of buildings across New York State.

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May 2015

Ward Wellington Ward: Central New York Architect of the Arts and Crafts Movement

May 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Oneida Community Mansion House,
170 Kenwood Avenue Oneida, NY 13421 United States
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On May 6, Bill Bowen presents “Ward Wellington Ward: Central New York Architect of the Arts and Crafts Movement.” Inspired by a wide range of eclectic, early twentieth-century styles, this Syracuse designer (1875-1932) was hailed for his use of handcrafted materials still in evidence in homes near the Mansion House. Bowen, of the Arts and Crafts Society of Central New York, is a recognized authority on Ward, the Stickleys, Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Arts and Crafts phenomenon.

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The Architecture of Theodore Skinner (1878-1944)

May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Oneida Community Mansion House,
170 Kenwood Avenue Oneida, NY 13421 United States
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On May 13, Giles Wayland-Smith discusses works by Theodore Skinner (1878-1944), an Oneida Community-born architect who apprenticed with the architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. Skinner’s local designs of the early 1900s show a classical bent tastefully adapted to client preference and physical context. A descendant both of Skinner and of the Oneida Community, Dr. Wayland-Smith is an emeritus professor of Allegheny College and long-term trustee of the Oneida Community Mansion House.

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