Joseph Howland Hunt

  • American

Joseph Howland Hunt, the younger son of Richard Morris Hunt, graduated from the School of Architecture at Columbia University in 1894, and also studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. In 1901 he joined his older brother, Richard Rowland Hunt, in a partnership which was largely an outgrowth of their father's prestigious practice. The firm, known as Hunt and Hunt, designed many palatial urban and country residences, as well as municipal and institutional structures, in a variety of eclectic styles. - US NRHP

Notable Position Organization From To
Architect Hunt and Hunt 1901



Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1912/00/00 Designed by Richard H Hunt, the Scottsboro courthouse is constructed in a Classical Revival style. Architect Public Square Historic District Scottsboro, AL
1914/00/00 Designed in 1914 as a summer home, construction begins on a Chateauesque style mansion for Frank J Marion. Architect Marion Castle, Terre Bonne Stamford, CT
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