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Cedar Hill Cemetery Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA

Philip Lippincott Goodwin (March 14, 1885 - February 12, 1958) was the designer, with Edward Durell Stone, of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City (1938-39),

Philip L. Goodwin was the son of James Junius Goodwin (1835–1915) and Josephine Sarah Lippincott (1850–1939). He was educated at Yale University, graduating in 1907. He embarked on a trip around the world with Heathcote Muirson Woolsey. He then studied architecture at Columbia University, supplementing that with Parisian study from 1914-1915. He served in WWI (1917-1919) as a First Lieutenant with the A. E. F.

Upon his return to the States, Goodwin undertook work with the New York office of Delano & Aldrich (1914-1916). His first partnership venture produced Goodwin, Bullard & Woolsey, but by 1921 he was practicing independently. Goodwin retired from practice in 1953.

Goodwin was a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. he was also the author of 3 books on architecture.

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