Male, died 2017-01-27

Associated with the firm network

Kallmann, McKinnell and Wood, Architects

Professional History


Instructor, Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI, c. 1962.

Professional Activities

Commissioner, City of Boston, Landmarks Commission, Boston, MA, 1977-1986.

Founding Member, South End Landmarks Commission, Boston, MA.



A.B., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1951.

M.Arch., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1960.



Henry Austin Wood III was born in Waltham, MA, but grew up in Belmont, MA, and summered at The Point, Newport, RI.

He attended Harvard University for both of his degrees in Cambridge, MA, graduating with a baccalaureate degree in 1951. After this, Wood was drafted by the US Army during the Korean War.

Wood died in Boston, MA, at the age of 87.


According to his obituary published in the Providence Journal, "Wood was the son of Dagmar Lundholm (Wood), a daughter of Swedish immigrants from Minnesota, and Henry A. Wood Jr., a treasurer of Radcliffe College who was from an old family of Rhode Island Quakers." (See Christine Dunn, Providence "Henry A. Wood III, at 87; restored Jamestown's Clingstone mansion." published 02/06/2017, accessed 03/09/2023.

He had a sister, Anna Wood Murray, who resided in England in 2017.


One son was Joshua Rose-Wood, who graduated from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University in 1996.

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