Patten, G. William (Glancy William)
G. William Patten was a Boston-area monument designer and artist. He studied art at a number of schools in the Boston area. Beginning in 1924, he worked for the firm of Cook, Watkins & Patch, specializing in monument design. During World War II, Patten was employed at the Chance-Vought Aircraft plant drawing engineering schematics for the Corsair fighter aircraft. He later designed statuary and carvings for several chapels in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. He was the author of numerous articles in American Art in Stone.
Source: G. William Patten papers and the 1930 census.
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