Collection on Eugene Létang
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Eugene Létang came to MIT from France in 1872 when he was invited by MIT Architecture Professor William Robert Ware to become an instructor in the newly created Department of Architecture. He remained with the Department of Architecture until his death in 1892. Létang graduated from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He was the first of many French educators to teach architecture in the United States.
1892 - 1924
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