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Born: 2/18/1903, Died: 12/8/2002

George H. Buterbaugh was born in Latrobe, PA, the son of Henry Clyde Buterbaugh. He attended Latrobe High School before studying architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, where he completed a B. Arch. in 1926. Buterbaugh began his professional career as a draftsman and designer in the New York office of Charles A. Platt, for whom he worked in 1925-1931. Between 1936 and 1938, Buterbaugh returned to Philadelphia to work in the office of Paul P. Cret, and in 1939-1940 was in the office of Cram & Ferguson. Thereafter, Buterbaugh worked in New York, first in association with Harrie T. Lindeberg and then with Eggers & Higgins from 1948. Buterbaugh retired before 1970. He joined the national AIA in 1955 and was a member of the New York City Chapter.

Written by Emily T. Cooperman.

Clubs and Membership Organizations

  • American Institute of Architects (AIA)
  • New York Chapter AIA

School Affiliations

  • University of Pennsylvania

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