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Latrobe Society

Named for Benjamin Henry Latrobe, the Society honors members and donors whose contributions constitute a substantial part of our ability to further the work and the mission of the Institute around the country. A champion of the Greek Revival style, the British-born Latrobe was the first fully trained architect to work and teach in America. Among his works are the United States Capitol and the Baltimore Basilica, the first Roman Catholic cathedral in America and perhaps Latrobe’s finest monument. It was recently restored to its classical magnificence.

Marshall G. Allan and Karen LaGatta
Marc Appleton and Joanna Kerns
Naja R. Armstrong
F. Ronald Balmer
Gary L. Brewer
Richard Cameron
Susie Case
Adele Chatfield-Taylor
Jacob Collins
Jeffrey L. Davis
Antoinette Denisof
Richard H. Driehaus
Anne Fairfax and Richard Sammons
Mark Ferguson and Natalie Jacobs
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gillespie III
Marilyn and Ray Gindroz
William H. Harrison
Kathryn M. Herman
William R. Hettinger
Clem Labine and Deidre Lawrence
Tom Maciag
Anne Kriken and David Mann
Peter H. Miller
Lyn Muse
Katie Ridder and Peter Pennoyer
Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk
R. Douglass Rice
Jaquelin Robertson
Alfred and Jane Ross
Mrs. Arthur Ross
Barbara Sallick
Suzanne and David Santry
Gilbert P. Schafer III
Oscar Shamamian
Andrew Skurman
Nick Stern
James W. Sykes
Aso O. Tavitian
Suzanne Tucker and Timothy F. Marks
Jean Wiart
Bunny Williams and John Rosselli
Russell Windham
Roy Zeluck
Lloyd P. Zuckerberg and Charlotte Triefus

Latrobe Society ~ Professional Members

Dell Mitchell Architects, Inc.
E. R. Butler & Co.
Electronics Design Group, Inc.
Historical Arts & Casting
Hyde Park Mouldings
Reilly Windows & Doors
SBD Kitchens, LLC
Tischler und Sohn
Stern Projects

List as of 2012

The Latrobe Society recognizes members and friends who demonstrate their profound commitment to advancing the practice and appreciation of the classical tradition in architecture and the allied arts by making an annual contribution of $5,000 or more. Through their generosity, these individuals help sustain a solid foundation for the Institute. Members enjoy all the Institute has to offer, plus unique benefits and events created exclusively for the Society. Latrobe members receive two complimentary tickets to our annual Arthur Ross Awards gala recognizing excellence in the classical tradition. If you are interested in becoming a Latrobe Member, or to learn more about the program, please contact Membership at (212) 730-9646, ext. 104 or at