Architects: York and Sawyer

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Partners Edward York (1863–1928) and Philip Sawyer (1868–1949) trained in the office of McKim, Mead & White (architects of the State House) in the 1890s. Their work was exemplary of a United States interpretation of Beaux-Arts architecture and their New York firm became well-known for the design of banks and hospitals. Source: Wikipedia