Herbert Adams

CFA Service: 1915–1920; Vice Chairman 1918–1920

Herbert Adams was a sculptor whose notable works in bronze include the doors and statues of the Library of Congress, the door of St. Bartholomew’s Church in New York City, and the McMillan Fountain in Washington, D.C. Adams was a graduate of the Massachusetts Normal Art School and studied with Antonin Mercié in Paris (1885–90); he taught at the Pratt Institute from1890 to 1898. He was affiliated with the National Academy of Design and served as president of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.