Alexander Stirling Calder

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Alexander Stirling Calder

Death: Died
Cause of death: funnel chest syndrome
Place of Burial: Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery, PA, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander Milne Calder and Margaret Calder
Husband of Nanette Lederer
Father of Margaert "Peggy" Hayes and Alexander Calder
Brother of Walter Douglas Calder and Norman Day Calder

Managed by: Ric Dickinson
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About Alexander Stirling Calder

Alexander Stirling Calder (January 11, 1870, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – January 7, 1945) was an American sculptor and teacher; son of the sculptor Alexander Milne Calder, and father of the sculptor Alexander (Sandy) Calder. His best-known works are George Washington as President on Washington Square Arch in New York City, the Swann Memorial Fountain in Philadelphia, and the Leif Eriksson Memorial in Reykjavík, Iceland.

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Alexander Stirling Calder's Timeline

January 11, 1870
February 22, 1895
Age 25
Age 25
July 22, 1898
Age 28
Lawnton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States
January 7, 1945
Age 74
Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery, PA, USA