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America 1930-1939: Fashion Research Article from American Decades

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Clement C. Cassell, 70, architect of Roosevelt Park, a colony for the elderly in Millville, New Jersey, sponsored by the Works Progress Administration, 1 November 1939.

F. Bunham Chapman, 53, beaux arts architect, 29 April 1935.

Frank Davis Chase, 60, industrial architect, designer of plants for the Saint Louis Star-Times, the Oklahoman, and the Milwaukee Journal, 21 July 1937.

Arthur Dillon, 66, architect of Atlanta's Masonic Temple and All Saints Episcopal Church, 7 January 1938.

Frederick Dinkelberg, 74, architect of the Hayworth Building in Chicago, 18 February 1935.

Isaac E. Ditmars, 84, architect of many Catholic churches and institutions, 26 February 1934.

William J. East, 71, architect for more than 150 ecclesiastical buildings, 3 May 1936.

Vincent J. Eck, 45, architect for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey, 23 May 1938.

George W. Eckles, 65, architect of many schools, colleges, hotels, and churches, 5 March 1932.

Gilbert Gass, 75, architect well-known for his beaux arts buildings such as the U.S. Custom House (1907) and the Woolworth Building (1913), both in New York City, 19 May 1934.

Earl Hallenbeck, 58, head...

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