The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Putnam, John Pickering

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The Encyclopedia Americana
Putnam, John Pickering
Edition of 1920. See also J. Pickering Putnam on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

PUTNAM, John Pickering, American architect: b. Boston, Mass., 1847. He was graduated from Harvard in 1868, studied later in the École des Beaux Arts, Paris, and in the Royal Academy of Architecture, Berlin. He has since practised his profession in Boston and has published ‘The Open Fire Place in All Ages’; ‘The Principles of House Drainage’; ‘Improved Plumbing Appliances’; ‘The Outlook for the Artisan and His Art.’