Catherine Bauer

Catherine Bauer

Fellow: Awarded 1936
Field of Study: Architecture, Planning and Design

Competition: US & Canada

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1935–36:

BAUER, CATHERINE KROUSE:  Appointed for a study of recent developments in housing, and city and regional planning, in certain European countries; tenure, twelve months July 15, 1936.

Born May 11, 1905, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. Education:  Vassar College, A.B., 1926; Cornell University, 1924–25.

Executive Secretary, 1931–34, Regional Planning Association of America; Executive Secretary, 1934—, Labor Housing Conference; Research Assistant, 1935, National Resources Board; Consultant, 1935—, Housing Division and Resettlement Administration of the Public Works Administration.

Publications:  Modern Housing, 1934. Articles in Fortune, American Mercury, Creative Art, American Magazine of Art, Architectural Forum, Architectural Record, Die Form, Common Sense, New York Times, New Republic, Nation, Arts Weekly. Contributor to America Can’t Have Housing, 1934; Art in America in Modern Times, 1935; Pennsylvania State Planning Board Report, 1935; National Association of Housing Officials Yearbook, 1936.

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