Robert Smith

  • Scottish

Scottish-American architect, active - in the American Colonies - AsNotedIn


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect St Peter's Church Philadelphia, PA
1754/00/00 Steeple is added Christ Church by parishioner Robert Smith from Scotland with John Harrison, John Palmer, mason, John Armstrong, carpenter, 1751-1754. Architect Christ Church Philadelphia, PA
1756/00/00 President's House built in 1756, used as the official residence of Princeton University Presidents till 1878 Architect President's House Princeton
1756/00/00 Nassau Hall is built, the first important collegiate building of the Middle Colonies Architect Nassau Hall, Princeton University Princeton
1769/00/00 Architect Christ Church (Episcopal), Shrewsbury Shrewsbury
1770/02/05 Construction of the Carpenters' Hall begins. Design by Robert Smith, a member of the Carpenters' Company. Architect Carpenters' Hall Philadelphia, PA
1771/00/00 Architect St Peter's Episcopal Church Freehold Borough
1771/00/00 Robert Smith renovates Samuel Powel residence in Philadelphia, 1769-1771, to reflect the new couple's wealth, taste, and refinement. Attributed Architect Room from the Powel House, Philadelphia Powel House Philadelphia, PA
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