Ten Things You Should Know About Architect Ward Wellington Ward

Posted on October 16, 2014 by


Ward Wellington Ward (1875-1932) was an American architect who designed and built both residential and commercial buildings in upstate New York. Ward drew upon many influences, and his residences are considered excellent examples of American Arts and Crafts architecture.

Two things you should know about the architect are:

  1. Twenty-six of Ward’s houses are registered in the New York State or National Register of Historic Places.
  2. Ward practiced architecture in New York City from 1900 to 1908; the only work attributed to him from this time was a residence in Magnolia, Massachusetts. The building was later destroyed in a fire.

Read the rest of the list on Design and Desire in the Twentieth Century.

Want to learn more about Ward and the homes he designed in Syracuse, NY? Plan to attend an illustrated presentation on Syracuse architect Ward Wellington Ward (1875-1932) on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, 7:00pm, at the Fayetteville Free Library, Fayetteville, NY. The illustrated presentation is free and open to the public. >> More Details.


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