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White, Stanford

Born: 1853 AD
Died: 1906 AD

1853 – Born on the 9th of November in New York.

1880 – In June, he joined Charles Follen McKim and William Rutherford Mead in founding a new architectural firm that soon became the most popular and prolific one in the country.

1887 – Organization concentrated on designing large country and seaside mansions in what was called the Shingle style.

1881 – White designed one of the subtlest of these informally planned structures, the Casino at Newport, R.I.

1891 – The Madison Square Garden.

         – Washington Memorial Arch.

1892 – New York Herald Building.

1906 – Died on the 25th of June in New York.

1906 – Madison Square Presbyterian Church.