Robert W. Gibson
Robert W. Gibson, AIA, (1854 in England – 1927 in New York City) was an English-born American ecclesiastical architect active in late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century New York City and New York State. He designed several large Manhattan churches and a number of prominent residences and institutional buildings.
Robert Williams Gibson
|Born||November 17, 1854|
|Died||August 17, 1927|
- 1885 Notleymere, Cazenovia (town), New York
- 1888 All Saints Cathedral (Albany, New York)
- 1888 (remodeling) St. Paul's Cathedral (Buffalo, New York)
- 1889-1890 St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (Olean, New York)
- 1890 St. Michael's Episcopal Church (New York City)
- 1892 Church Missions House
- 1890-92 Music Hall (Sailors' Snug Harbor), Staten Island
- 1892 Grace Episcopal Church (Plainfield, New Jersey)
- 1890-93, Randall Memorial Church (Sailors' Snug Harbor), Staten Island, demolished 1952.
- 1897-1897, St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Mechanicville, New York)
- 1905 Morton F. Plant House, 651 Fifth Avenue, New York, with C.P.H. Gilbert. Since 1917, this has been Cartier's Flagship Store.
Gibson married in 1890 to Caroline J. Hammond. They had four children: three daughters and a son.
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