Babcock, Charles (1829–1913). American architect. He worked with Upjohn (1853–8), was one of the founding-members of the American Institute of Architects, and later designed a number of buildings for Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, including the Gothic house for the University's President (1871) and Franklin Hall (1881).
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