Born in Glenside, PA, Abraham B. Eastwood, Jr. attended the Drexel Institute of Technology, leaving in 1942. The chronology of Eastwood's associations is not precisely clear, but he worked in the office of Haag & d'Entremont for eight years, presumably before he established a partnership with Dana Stetser. After Eastwood & Stetser was dissolved, Eastwood opened an office under his own name. Before 1962, he also worked in partnership with Warren Beltz. Eastwood joined the national AIA in 1953 and was a member of the Bucks County Chapter.
Emily T. Cooperman, and
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