Tenth Generation

437. Philip Waldstein MOWLL344 was born on 27 August 1884 in Massachusetts, United States.341 In 1900 he was a Scholar at Harvard University in Cambridge City, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.341,399 He died on 8 October 1971 at the age of 87 in Brooklyn, New York, United States.344
High School: Arlington (MA) High
Scholarship: Application in 1907, relief granted
Scholarship: Application in 1908, relief granted
Recommendations: Ira W. Holt and William Luther Mowll, 1908
Graduated: 1909, A. B. cum laude
Work: Architectural designer in War Department office of the Quartermaster-General, 1729 New York Av., Washington, D.C. (1910); Architect, 1846 U St. NW, Washington, D.C. (1915); Resigned War Department in 1920; Art Director with W. F. Roberts & Co., printers and publishers in Washington, DC. In 1923 became the production manager with the Ben Dale Co., New York City, advertising illustrators and dealers in direct-by-mail advertising, 175 Fifth Av., New York, NY (1923) - 15 West 37th St., New York, NY (1929). Opened own studio for advertising illustrations in 1933, at 156 Fifth Ave., New York, NY. Became Vice-President of Seagren Products, Inc., 4907 Seventh Av., Brooklyn, NY, post WWII.
Home address in New York City: 344-83rd St. Brooklyn, NY (1925-34); 123 97th St., Brooklyn, NY (193?-1971?)

Philip Waldstein MOWLL and Clara W WORTHLEY were married on 28 September 1910.344 Clara W WORTHLEY344 was born in Arlington, Massachusettes, United States.344

Philip Waldstein MOWLL and Clara W WORTHLEY had the following children:



Virginia MOWLL.