William Truman Aldrich, FAIA, received his degree in architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1901 and a diploma from the École des Beaux-Arts in 1909. Following his studies in Paris, he worked at Carrère & Hastings in New York City until 1911 and later established his own firm in Boston. His notable works include the Rhode Island School of Design Museum and the Worcester Art Museum. Aldrich was affiliated with the National Academy of Design, the American School of Classical Studies, and the New York Society of Beaux-Arts Architects.
CFA Service: 1945–1950