1939: Dwight James Baum, architect of Powel Crosley's Cincinnati home, dies. , 12/13/2012, 5:45 pm
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Reminder from: Crosley Yahoo! Group Title: 1939: Dwight James Baum, architect of Powel Crosley's Cincinnati home, dies. Date: Thursday December 13, 2012 Time: 5:45 pm - 5:45 pm Location: West 45th Street near the Hotel Astor, New York, New York., CROSLEY CAR OWNERS CLUB - 4526 29th Avenue, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140-3044, (262) 652-3034 Notes: Baum, 53, dies in the street while walking to the Astor Bus Terminal on his way home to 5001 Goodridge Avenue in the Fieldston section of The Bronx. Baum won the 1932 American Institute of Architects Gold Medal. His designs include the Powel Crosley Jr. home in Cincinnati and the Crosley Corporation exhibit at the New York Worlds Fair, as well as the Ringling Venetian mansion in Sarasota, Florida. Get reminders on your mobile, Yahoo! Messenger, and email.
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