Hugh Asher Stubbins, Jr., was born on January 11, 1912, in Birmingham, Alabama, the son of Hugh Asher Stubbins and his wife, Lucille Matthews.
He married first to 1938 to Diana Moore. They divorced in 1965.
He married second to Colette Fadeuihle (d. 1995).
He married third to June Kootz (d. 2001).
Hugh Stubbins died on July 5, 2006.
Hugh Stubbins graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1932 and the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1935.
Stubbins and his firm, Hugh Stubbins and Associates, designed more than 800 buildings throughout the world. Among his works were the Kongresshalle in Berlin (1957); Loeb Drama Center at Harvard (1960); the Francis A. Countway Library at Harvard Medical School (1965); the Forsyth Wickes addition (1968) and George Robert White Wing (1970) at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (1968); several buildings at Hampshire College (1968-1971); Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia (1971); the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston (1976); the Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton (1976); Citigroup Center in New York City (1977); Porter College at the University of California at Santa Cruz (1981); One Cleveland Center in Cleveland (1983); PacWest Center in Portland, Oregon (1984); the Treasury Building in Singapore (1986); Nashville City Center (1988); Chase Tower in Indianapolis (1990); the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California (1991); and the Yokohama Landmark Tower (1993).
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