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John Forbes Hogan

Name  John Hogan

John Forbes Hogan

John Forbes Hogan (b.1894) was an American architect from Providence, Rhode Island.

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Hogan was born in Pawtucket in 1894. In 1916 he earned a B.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an M.S. the following year. For 10 months after his latter graduation he traveled in Europe. From 1919 to 1923 he was employed as a designer in the Providence office of architect George F. Hall, the successor to the better-known firm of Martin & Hall. In 1923 he left Hall to open his own office in Providence. He joined the AIA in 1924.

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Hogan specialized in buildings for the Catholic church, designing many churches and institutions for the diocese.

Works

Churches (Roman Catholic):

  • 1925 - St. Anthony, 32 Lawn Ave, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
  • 1932 - St. Mary, 437 Carolina Back Rd, Carolina, Rhode Island
  • 1935 - St. Casimir, 350 Smith St, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 1935 - St. Joseph, 183 Sayles Ave, Pascoag, Rhode Island
  • 1937 - St. Mary (Remodeling), 12 William St, Newport, Rhode Island
  • 1939 - St. Joseph, 1105 Main St, Hope Valley, Rhode Island
  • 1939 - St. Teresa, 358 Newport Ave, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
  • 1940 - St. Clare, 4 St Clares Way, Misquamicut, Rhode Island
  • 1940 - St. Edward, 396 Weeden St, Pawtucket, Rhode Island
  • 1947 - Our Lady of Victory, 169 Main St, Ashaway, Rhode Island
  • Other religious commissions:

  • 1928 - St. Patrick School, 244 Smith St, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 1928 - St. Pius School, 49 Elmhurst Ave, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 1932 - St. Francis House, 167 Blackstone St, Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  • 1939 - St. Mary Convent, 530 Broadway, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 1948 - Albertus Magnus Hall, Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island
  • 1954 - Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, 200 High Service Ave, North Providence, Rhode Island
  • Secular work:

  • 1936 - Elizabeth Barry Hall, Rhode Island State Hospital for Mental Diseases, Howard, Rhode Island
  • 1953 - Pastore Hall, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
  • 1955 - Adams Residence Hall, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
  • 1957 - Wales and Kelley Halls, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island
  • References

    John Forbes Hogan Wikipedia


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