Category:Vertner Woodson Tandy
Vertner Woodson Tandy was born in Lexington, Kentucky where he was educated at the Candler School. He gained an understanding of construction by watching his father build and develop homes in Lexington. These early experiences with his father led Tandy to an interest in architecture. - Upon graduation, Vertner W. Tandy became the first African American registered architect in the State of New York. His office was on Broadway in New York City. Among the buildings designed by the highly gifted architect are Saint Phillips Episcopal Church in New York City and Villa Lewaro, the mansion of Harlem businesswoman Madam C.J. Walker, in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York.
|Date of birth||17 May 1885|
|Date of death||7 November 1949|
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- (1939) New York World's Fair, 3 - members of the liberian delegation.jpg 690 × 511; 188 KB
- (1939) New York World's Fair, model of the Liberian Pavilllon.jpg 693 × 492; 194 KB
- Vertner Woodson Tandy circa 1920.jpg 313 × 450; 23 KB
- Victory Tabernacle Seventh-Day Christian Church 252 West 138th Street.jpg 2,666 × 3,274; 1.99 MB
- Villa Lewaro circa 1986.jpg 1,024 × 742; 194 KB