Né(e) en 16 Oct 1864 and Décédé(e) en 15 Déc 1950 , Frank Winchester Hawks
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Hawks, Frank Winchester, House Architectural style Victorian: Shingle Style Area of significance Architecture Level of significance Local Evaluation criteria C - Design/Construction Property type Building Historic function Single dwelling Current function Single dwelling Period of significance 1900-1924 Significant year 1904 Number of properties
Quick Facts on Frank Winchester Hawks House. Go Historic ID 329533. National Register ID 97000430 view NRHP dataview NRHP data
Howard Hawks was born in Goshen, Indiana. Hawks was the first-born child of Frank W. Hawks (1865–1950), a wealthy paper manufacturer, and the former Helen Howard (1872–1952), the daughter of a wealthy industrialist. Hawks's family on his father's side were American pioneers and his ancestor John Hawks had emigrated from England to Massachusetts in 1630. The family eventually settled in ...
Fue el mayor de los cinco hijos que llegaron a tener Frank Winchester Hawks (1865–1950), un rico fabricante de papel, y Helen Brown (1872–1952), hija de un próspero industrial. Por la rama paterna descendía de John Hawks, un inglés emigrado a Massachusetts en 1630.
With his father dead and living with his grieving, inconsolable, unreasonable mother at the large frame house on Fifth and Jefferson, young Frank Winchester Hawks was at sixes and sevens throughout 1891, faithfully tending to his mother as best he could but increasingly looking for a place for himself in the Hawks’s well-built, well-to-do, insular universe.