US/ICOMOS Fellows

US/ICOMOS established the Fellows honor program on November 24, 1982 to recognize and honor American scholars, professionals and civic volunteers who have worked to advance international preservation standards and programs. Outstanding accomplishments are recognized in one or more areas of activity, including but not limited to architecture, architectural history, conservation, history landscape architecture and urban planning. The Fellow honor is bestowed for life. Those honored are entitled to use the designation, “Fellow, US/ICOMOS” or “F.US/ICOMOS.”

Since its inception, US/ICOMOS has conferred the honor of Fellow on forty-five individuals whose singular contributions to international cultural heritage and historic preservation span over one hundred years.

2015 Class of US/ICOMOS Fellows

This photo from December 1983 shows Terry B. Morton, Hon.AIA, F.US/ICOMOS — then US/ICOMOS President — conferring the honor of Fellow upon four of the five members of the first class of US/ICOMOS Fellows.  They are (from Left to Right): Hiroshi Daifuku, Ph.D; Robert R. Garvey, Jr.; Richard H. Howland, OBE, Ph.D.; and Ernest Allen Connally, Ph.D. Not pictured was the fifth member of that first Fellows class, Robert Helyer Thayer, Sr., LL.B.

Roster of Fellows of US/ICOMOS

1983

†Ernest Allen Connally, Ph.D

(Photo courtesy of the National Park Service Historic Photograph Collection)

†Hiroshi Daifuku, Ph.D

(Photo courtesy of Mrs. Alison Daifuku)

†Robert Helyer Thayer, Sr., LL.B

(Photo courtesy of the Family of Robert H. Thayer, Sr.)

1984

†John Otis Brew, LL.D.

(Photo courtesy of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, PM# 2016.1.1 (digital file# 99320119))

†Robert Helyer Thayer, Sr., LL.B

(photo courtesy of the Frederick Gutheim Collection, American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming)

1985

Eduard F. Sekler, Ph.D.

1986

†Barclay Gibbs Jones, Jr., Ph.D.

(Photo courtesy of the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning)

†Prof. Robert Edwin Stipe

1987

William J. Murtagh, Ph.D.

Mr. Paul N. Perrot

†Ms. Ann Webster Smith

1988

†Charles E. Peterson, FAIA

1989

†Russell V. Keune, FAIA

Terry B. Morton, Hon.AIA

W. Brown Morton III, Hon. AIA

†Dr. John C. Poppeliers

1991

†Mr. Robertson E. Collins

Prof. George Scheffer

1994

† M. Elliott Carroll, FAIA, FAPT

Hugh C. Miller, FAIA

1996

†Ms. Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson

The Hon. J. Bennett Johnston & Mrs. Mary Johnston

1998

John M. Fowler, J.D.

2001

Ms. Bonnie Burnham

Roy Eugene Graham, FAIA

Margaret G.H. MacLean, Ph.D.

2004

Mr. Samuel N. Stokes

Hisashi B. Sugaya, AICP

Mr. E. Blaine Cliver

2005

James Patrick Kiernan, Ph.D.

2006

Mr. Edward E. Crocker

James K. Reap, J.D.

2007

Darwina L. Neal, FASLA

2008

Stephen J. Kelley, FAIA, SE, FAPT

†Mrs. Saidee Watson Newell

(posthumous)

2009

Ms. Carol Shull

2010

Mr. Gustavo F. Araoz, Jr.

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