Cortland Van Dyke Hubbard (1912-2000)

Architectural photographer Cortlandt Van Dyke Hubbard is well-known for his photographs of historic buildings. He collaborated with architectural historian Harold Donaldson Eberlein on several highly respected books, including: Historic Houses of the Hudson Valley; Diary of Independence Hall; Historic Houses of George-Town and Washington City; Colonial Interiors: Federal and Greek Revival; and American Georgian Architecture. His photographs were exhibited at Two-Rivers Gallery in Binghamton, New York in 1966. Hubbard, a descendant of the Morrison clan of Scotland’s Isle of Lewis, was active in the St. Andrew’s Society of Philadelphia from 1865-1980. The photographer resided in Glenside, Montgomery, Pennsylvania most of his life.

Hollis Hall, Harvard University, c. 1930s

by Cortland Van Dyke Hubbard (1912-2000)

Medium DetailSilver Print
Dimensions7 x 9 1/4 inches
Signed LocationLower right
Date Createdc. 1930s

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