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BUILT
Stained Glass Artist: D'Ascenzo, Nicola (1871 - 1954) (Designed memorial windows.)
Sculptor: Pratt, Bela (Statue- "Sacrifice and Devotion.")
Sculptor: Simmons, Franklin (Statue of Washington called "Valley Forge.")
Wood carver: Maene, Edward (1852 - 1931) (Choir Stalls (designed by M. B. Medary) carved by Maene.)
1903
COMPETITION
Consultant: Laird, Warren Powers (1861 - 1948) (Judgment of Competition.)
1st Place: Field & Medary (1895 - 1906)
1903-1910
BUILT

Chapel; Cloister of the Thirteen Colonies; Inscriptions

Architect: Field & Medary (1895 - 1906) (Job # 253)
Design Architect: Medary, Milton Bennett, Jr. (1874 - 1929)
1911-1930
BUILT

Chapel; Bishop White Memorial; Cloister of the Thirteen Colonies; Inscriptions

Architect: Zantzinger, Borie & Medary (fl. 1910 - 1929) (Job #s 253 & 333.)
Iron Worker: Pearce, Hollingsworth (Designed and built lamps in 1917.)
Iron Worker: Yellin, Samuel (1885 - 1940) (Wrought iron gates, hardware & locks. Also designed lamps c. 1917; not built.)
1911-1945
DESIGNED
Landscape architect: Sears, Thomas W. (1880 - 1966)
1937-1950
DESIGNED

Study for Completed Valley Forge Group; Chapel; Cloister of the Thirteen Colonies; Porch of the Allies; Inscriptions

Sprague & Henwood, Inc (test borings, 10/1939)
Architect: Zantzinger & Borie (fl. 1905 - 1910 and 1929 - 1950) (Job #s 253 & 374)
1956-1957
DESIGNED

propsed auditorium; alterations to chapel & library building; enclosure for Porch of the Allies

Architect: Borie & Smith (Job #s 384, 497 & 508)

 

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