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Dwight James Baum

New York, New York and Sarasota, Florida, USA, 1886–1939 (Architect)

Dwight James Baum (1886–1939) was an American architect, born in New York state. He studied architecture at Syracuse University. He set up offices in both New York City and Sarasota, Florida and won multiple prizes for his architectural designs throughout his lifetime. He was mainly known for his Mediterranean revival-style buildings in Florida, especially the enormous estate of John and Mable Ringling (called Ca' d'Zan), now an art museum.

Dwight James Baum (1886-1939)

Ca' d'Zan, now the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, designed by Dwight James Baum