Brown Brothers & Co. [office] [at] 59 Wall st., New York, N.Y. [graphic] / [Delano & Aldrich]. [between 1903 and 1940]


Brown Brothers & Co. [office] [at] 59 Wall st., New York, N.Y. [graphic] / [Delano & Aldrich]. [between 1903 and 1940]

2 drawings : ink on tracing paper ; 59 x 89 cm. (23 1/4 x 35 in.) or smaller.

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Brown Brothers & Co. (New York, N.Y.) (corporateBody)

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Born in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1871, Chester H. Aldrich received his degree in architecture from Columbia University in 1893. Between 1895 and 1900, Aldrich studied architecture at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, recieving his diploma in 1900. Upon his return to New York, Aldrich reentered the firm of Carrè€re & Hastings, for whom he had worked briefly between 1898 and 1900. In 1903, Aldrich opened a private practice with William Delano, a colleague from the Carrè€re & Hastings ...

Delano, William Adams, 1874-1960 (person)

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Brown Brothers & Company (corporateBody)

Alexander Brown (1764-1834) emigrated from Ireland to Baltimore in 1800 and opened a dry goods business with which his four sons became associated. One son, John (1788-1872), opened a branch in Philadelphia in 1818 and expanded the business to include foreign exchange transactions. Another son, James (1791-1877) established Brown Brothers & Co. in New York City in 1825 and eventually absorbed the other branches. In addition, Brown Brothers & Co. was associated with the English firm of Br...