Edward Kendall (b.1842)
Edward Hale Kendall was an architect. Educated in Boston, he studied architecture in Paris for several years. He opened a practice in New York City. Kendall designed the original Equitable building and in 1888 designed 150 Fifth Avenue. He was also the architect for the residences of Robert and Ogden Goelet on 5th Avenue and the German savings bank on 4th Avenue.
- 1878 circa 5 years
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