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John Branner

Full name: John Kennedy Branner
Gender: Male
Born: August 4, 1886 in Bloomington, Indiana, United States
Died: September 11, 1968 in San Francisco, California, United States
Country: USA United States
Sport: Art Competitions


As an architect John Branner received an Honorable Mention at the 1932 Los Angeles Games in the Art Competitions in the category Architecture, Designs For Town Planning, together with [Dan Ormsbee] and [Shirley Baker] for their work Design for the Stanford Stadium. John Kennedy Branner was the “architecturally trained son” of Stanford University’s second president, John Casper Branner. After completing his degree in architecture at Columbia University, Branner pursued travel and study in Europe, which he believed was formative to his development as a designer. His principal works include Stanford Stadium, numerous residences in Hillsborough, Palo Alto, and Woodside, several fraternity houses at Stanford, and he served as associate architect with Sir Herbert Baker for Mein Estate, Woodside.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Summer 45 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Architecture, Designs For Town Planning United States USA HM

Mixed Architecture, Designs For Town Planning

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank
1932 Summer 45 Los Angeles Art Competitions United States Final Standings HM
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