• Walter Griffin

    Walter Griffin may refer to:

  • Walter Griffin (painter)

    Walter Parsons Shaw Griffin (1861–1935) was an American painter.

  • Walter Griffin (poet)

    Walter Griffin (poet)

    Walter Griffin (born August 1, 1937) is an American poet who lives in East Point, Georgia. He is the author of ten collections of poetry and his work has appeared in more than 400 national and international publications, including Harper’s, The Paris Review, Poetry, The Atlantic, Evergreen Review, The New York Times, Kenyon Review, Sewanee Review, Southern Review, Oxford American, and New England Review. Griffin often portrays transients, outcasts, and wanderers in his poems.

  • Walter Griffin, poet

  • Walter Burley Griffin Place District

    The Walter Burley Griffin Place District is a historic district in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The district was built between 1909 and 1914. Seven of the homes were built by Walter Burley Griffin, one by Spencer and Powers, and the rest by various architects. It was designated a Chicago Landmark on November 13, 1981.

  • Walter Burley Griffin Incinerator, Willoughby

    Walter Burley Griffin Incinerator, Willoughby

    The Walter Burley Griffin Incinerator is a heritage-listed former incinerator and now art gallery, artists studios and public recreation area at 2 Small Street, Willoughby, City of Willoughby, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was designed in partnership between Walter Burley Griffin and Eric Nicholls and built from 1933 to 1934 by Reverberatory Incinerator and Engineering Company and Nisson Leonard-Kanevsky. It is also known as Willoughby Municipal Incinerator. The property is owned by the Willoughby City Council. It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999.

  • Walter Burley Griffin

    Walter Burley Griffin

    Walter Burley Griffin (November 24, 1876 – February 11, 1937) was an American architect and landscape architect. He is known for designing Canberra, Australia's capital city. He has been credited with the development of the L-shaped floor plan, the carport and an innovative use of reinforced concrete.

  • Walter L. Griffin

    Walter L. Griffin was a founder of the American Society of Cinematographers. Griffin started working in pictures in 1912 and spent a year and a half in the lab before he first cranked a camera for Universal Pictures. In 1915, he joined the Exposition Players’ Corporation, official cinematographers of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, where he headed photographic and lab operations. When the exposition closed in 1916, he spent four months in Colorado, making scenic films for the Denver Tourist Bureau.

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