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Clarence W. Brazer

Clarence W. Brazer
Photograph from The Delaware County Advocate, June 1942 courtesy of

Harvey S. Martin

Clarence W. Brazer

(A biographical sketch from The Delaware County Advocate, June 1942)
Contributed by Harvey S. Martin

Architect Clarence W. Brazer of New York City, formerly of Lansdowne, received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Drexel Institute of Technology, his alma mater, on June 13. Mr. Brazer is known personally to many Delaware Countians, but his work is even better known. He designed the County Court House at Media, The Dunwoody Home for Convalescents at Newtown Square, The War Memorial Bridge at Swarthmore and Deshong Museum and Park at Chester. He is at present Technical Advisor of the Tri-State Regional Planning Federation, a member of the National Advisory Council on School Buildings, and of the American City Planning Institute.

See also:

Chester's 1724 Courthouse

First Presbyterian Church





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