Henry H. Saylor

OGB Service: 1957–1958; 1960–1965

Henry Hodgman Saylor, FAIA, studied architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and worked as a draftsman in the Philadelphia architecture firms of Cope & Stewardson and Edgar V. Seeler before becoming editor of Architectural Review in 1904. In his long career with architectural publications, he was editor of Country Life in America, House & Garden, and the Journal of the American Institute of Architects; he also wrote numerous books on architecture for the general public. He was the author of publications for the American Institute of Architects (AIA), including the Dictionary of Architecture (1952) and The AIA's First Hundred Years (1957); he was the 1954 recipient of the AIA's Edward C. Kemper Award for distinguished service.