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Male, died 1916-03-08

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Howard, Cauldwell and Morgan, Architects

Professional History


Mechanical Engineer, Newell Universal Mills Company, New York, NY. This firm, producers of mill and hoisting machinery, had a New York office at136 Liberty Street in 1890.

Engineer, Bentley-Knight Electric Railway Company. Constructors and Contractors, New York, NY, 1889-c. 1898.

Partner, [John Galen] Howard, Cauldwell and [Lewis Henry] Morgan, Architects, New York, NY, 1899-1901. The Engineering Record reported the firm's dissolution in its issue of 01/26/1901: "Messrs. Howard, Cauldwell & Morgan, architects, announce the termination of their partnership on the completion of the work in hand. Future work will be undertaken by individual members of the firm, Mr. John Galen Howard, Mr. Samuel Milbank Cauldwell and Mr. Lewis Henry Morgan, who will retain their present offices in common, 10 East Twenty-third Street, New York." (See "Personal Notes," Engineering Record, 01/26/1901, vol. 43, no. 4, p. 90.) This firm designed the Joseph Milbank House, (Port Chester, NY, 1901), probably for a relative of Cauldwell's, but by this time, Howard had left New York City and was in the process of relocating to Berkeley, CA, to serve as Supervising Architect for the University of California, Berkeley, and its Phoebe Apperson Hearst Building Competition.

Engineer, Andrew J. Robinson Company, New York, NY, c. 1914. This firm, founded by mason Andrew J. Robinson (born c. 1843 in Bloomfield, NJ- d. 11/1922 in White Plains, NY) initially did masonry contracting in the New York City region. By the time Cauldwell worked for the firm, it had a diversified construction and engineering business. (See "Andrew J. Robinson Dead," Real Estate Record and Builders Guide, 11/18/1922, vol. CX, no. 21, p. 661 and A Score of Years, the Record of the Class of 1884 Princeton, [New York: 1914], pp. 34-37.)

Partner, Cauldwell, Wingate and Company, Building Contractors, New York, NY.



B.S., Civil Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1880-1884.



Born in Bloomfield, NJ, Cauldwell attended Princeton University between 1880 and 1884. Upon graduation, he worked for firms based in New York, NY.

An engineer and an architect, he resided in Pelham Manor, NY, in 1914.

He died at his residence in Hartsdale, NY, of pneumonia on 03/08/1916.


He wed Julia Maria Valentine on 12/12/1894.


He and Julia had four children.

Associated Locations

PCAD id: 7313