Albert Edward Milliken Biography

Albert Edward Milliken




Born in Chicago, Illinois on May 19, 1900 Albert Edward Milliken studied at Cornell University in Ithica, New York. After graduation he worked as a scenic designer, an etcher and an architect. He did a series of etchings of the Cornell campus in the early 1930s.

Milliken was the architect for the second Woodstock Playhouse in 1938, after the first building was destroyed by a fire in 1931. His architecture offices were in Kingston, NY.

Albert Edward Milliken died on May 11, 1978 in Kingston, Ulster, New York.