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  1. Marion Sims Wyeth / ˈ w aɪ. ə θ / FAIA (February 17, 1889 – February 4, 1982) was an American architect known for his range in styles such as Art Deco, Mediterranean Revival, and classical Georgian, French, and Colonial. He designed numerous mansions in Palm Beach, Florida during its gilded age.

  2. Marion Sims Wyeth (grandson) John Allan Wyeth (grandson) Signature. James Marion Sims (January 25, 1813 – November 13, 1883) was an American physician in the field of surgery. His most famous work was the development of a surgical technique for the repair of vesicovaginal fistula, a severe complication of obstructed childbirth. [3]

  3. 12 de dic. de 2021 · Palm Beach architect Marion Sims Wyeth's prolific work, life spotlighted in book. Historian Jane Day's new tome for the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach is the first to focus on...

  4. Collection: The collection was donated in 1993 by architect Sidney Neil, who worked with Johnson after Wyeths retirement in 1975. The collection includes 13,000 architectural drawings and over 900 photographs. Click here for the Marion Sims Wyeth Finding Aid.

  5. 13 de ene. de 2023 · The sprawling estate—replete with lush gardens, fountains, and a three-story Spanish bell tower—was designed by famed Palm Beach society architect Marion Sims Wyeth, whose work includes such...

  6. architect. Learn about this topic in these articles: Mar-a-Lago. In Mar-a-Lago: History. Designed by Marion Sims Wyeth in an ersatz Hispano-Moresque style, it boasts some 36,000 antique Spanish floor tiles and 2,200 square feet of black and white marble floor blocks imported from a Cuban castle.

  7. By. Jenn Thornton. September 15, 2021. Architect Marion Sims Wyeth. A New Tome About Marion Sims Wyeth Highlights the Architectural Heritage of a High-society Architect and the Built Environment He Left Behind. Doris Duke was not the first heiress to build a mansion so lavish that it actually out-classed the very category.