The Architect John Martin

Although born in New York, John Martin spent the first two decades of his life in Great Britain. Drafted by the U.S. Army and stationed in Germany after World War II, Martin was lured home by the GI Bill in the late 1940s. After studying architecture at Cornell, he settled in Middletown in 1957, where he began designing modernist homes and public buildings for more than 40 years. Read the entire article.

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Andrew Curran