George Corner Fenhagen

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George Corner Fenhagen
General Information
December 7, 1884
Baltimore, MD
DeathAugust 23, 1955
Alma Mater
University of Pennsyvlania
Professional Accomplishments
Significant Design
Baltimore City College


George Corner Fenhagen was born on December 7,1884, in Baltimore, Maryland. Fenhagen received a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1905 and would go on to study at the American Academy in Rome. Fenhagen worked in the New York City office of Pell and Corbett from 1905 to 1906, and 1908 to 1910. The following year, Fenhagen became a consulting architect for the Government of Philippines, a position he would hold until 1916. In 1916, Fenhagen came to Baltimore and established the firm, Sill, Buckler, and Fenhagen with Howard Sill and Riggin Buckler. This partnership would last until 1921 when Sill left, leaving Buckler and Fenhagen to form their own firm. This partnership would last until 1946. Buckler and Fenhagen designed a number of high schools in the greater Baltimore area, most notably the gothic revival Baltimore City College. In 1923, Fenhagen returned to his alma mater, University of Pennsylvania to become an associate professor. Fenhagen became a member of the AIA in 1915 and would go on to serve as chapter president of AIA Baltimore from 1929 to 1930, leading the chapter into the next decade. Fenhagen passed away on August 23, 1955.



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