VAN ANTWERP, DUDLEY STRICKLAND
A.I.A. – An architect, died in Montclair, New Jersey, January 17, 1934. He was born in Huntington, Indiana, August 27, 1867. He had designed over five hundred buildings, among them the Monomonock Inn in Caldwell, New Jersey and the Bayside Yacht Club, Montclair Academy and Club House, and Empire City Trotting Track in Yonkers, New York. He was made an Associate of the American Institute of Architects in 1921 and was a member of the New Jersey Society of Architects. WWAA I – 1936-37.

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