Clifford Allbright was born on April 9, 1883, in Boston, the son of Henry G. Allbright and his wife, Emma F. Park (daughter of Hezekiah Park).
He married on October 7, 1916, in Boston, to Emma Carolyne Bentley (d. 1918 in childbirth), daughter of George William Bentley.
Clifford Allbright died on January 6, 1961, in Milton.
Clifford Allbright graduated from MIT in 1907. He maintained his offices in Boston from the 1920s through the mid-1940s, and possibly later, and served as president of the Boston Architectural Center in the 1940s.
He was one of four architects/architectural firms who designed Shawnsheen Village, the community built by the American Woolen Company in the mid-1920s in the former village of Frye near Andover. The community was built to provide housing for upper and middle management of American Woolen.
Back Bay Work
|1924||100 Beacon (with George Nelson Jacobs)|