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  1. William Strickland (November 1788 – April 6, 1854), was a noted architect and civil engineer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee. A student of Benjamin Latrobe and mentor to Thomas Ustick Walter, Strickland helped establish the Greek Revival movement in the United States.

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  2. William Strickland , was a noted architect and civil engineer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee. A student of Benjamin Latrobe and mentor to Thomas Ustick Walter, Strickland helped establish the Greek Revival movement in the United States.

  3. William Strickland (November 1788 – April 6, 1854), was a noted architect and civil engineer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee. A student of Benjamin Latrobe and mentor to Thomas Ustick Walter, Strickland helped establish the Greek Revival movement in the United States.

  4. Jan 1, 2023 · William Strickland, (born 1788, Navesink, N.J., U.S.—died April 6, 1854, Nashville, Tenn.), U.S. architect and engineer who was one of the leaders of the Greek Revival in the first half of the 19th century. Strickland first became known as a scene painter, although he studied architecture under Benjamin Latrobe from 1803 to 1805.

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  5. William Strickland(November 1788 – April 6, 1854), was a noted architectand civil engineerin Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Nashville, Tennessee. A student of Benjamin Latrobeand mentor to Thomas Ustick Walter, Strickland helped establish the Greek Revivalmovement in the United States.

  6. Downtown Presbyterian Church is one of the few examples of Egyptian Revival architecture in the United States, and may be the best surviving ecclesiastical example. William Strickland also designed the second Mikveh-Israel Synagogue in Philadelphia in 1825 with Egyptian Revival elements, but it has not survived.

  7. William Strickland (November 1788 – April 6, 1854), was a noted architect and civil engineer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Nashville, Tennessee. A student of Benjamin Latrobe and mentor to Thomas Ustick Walter , Strickland helped establish the Greek Revival movement in the United States.

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