|Died||March 19, 1991 (aged 85)|
He was born in Staten Island on March 10, 1906. He attended Union College in Schenectady, New York and he took courses in architecture at Columbia University. In 1928 he went to work for Bell Telephone, designing cable tracks and cable conduits until retiring in 1966. He became Staten Island's official historian in 1934. He died on March 19, 1991 in Richmondtown, at age 85. He was succeeded as Staten Island Borough Historian by Richard B. Dickenson.
- Cornelius Amory Pugsley Local Medal Award from the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (1955)
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