American architect Jens Larson was a student at the Boston Architectural Club, and then attended Harvard Graduate School. He served in World War I as a captain and a highly decorated soldier in the Canadian Air Force attached to the Royal Flying Corps and is credited with having shot down 15 German airplanes. After the war Larson became an architect in residence at Dartmouth College from 1919-47. His first job was to design a building development plan with the college. He also designed Davis Chapel at the Baptist Hospital and the Bowman Gray School of Medicine (later Wake Forest School of Medicine).
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