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Columbia University (Ivy League), 116th St and Broadway, New York, NY 10027
Yale University (Ivy League), 38 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven, CT 06520
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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