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Stratton, Sidney V. (b.1845 - d.1921)
Architect, New York, NY
Born in Natchez and buried in Natchez City Cemetery. His father was the pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Natchez and he grew up in the Presbyterian Manse. During the Civil War, served in the engineering department of the Trans Mississippi Dept. After the war, studied in Europe at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, returning in 1869. He soon joined the office of Richard Morris Hunt. Later, after having met McKim in Paris, he worked during the mid-1880s as an adjunct partner with McKim, Mead and White, with his office at 57 Broadway, NYC, the same address as the famous firm. He returned to Natchez in the early 1900s, but only one building in the city is documented as being of his design. See NR nomination for John Dicks House, Natchez, and Leland M. Roth, _The Architecture of McKim, Mead & White, 1870-1920_.
DateInventory#Name of PropertyRoleDescription of WorkLocation
A1875001-NAT-0098-NRDArchitectOriginal buildingNatchez, Adams Co.
D1888-1889001-NAT-1372-NR-NRDArchitectOriginal buildingNatchez, Adams Co.