Alexander Dorner was the director of the RISD Museum from 1938 to 1941 and then taught in the History of Art and Architecture department for 6 years. Dietrich Neumann has published a book chapter, entitled: "All the Struggles of the Present: Alexander Dorner, Henry-Russell Hitchcock, and Rhode Island Architecture" published by the RISD Museum: Sarah Ganz Blythe, Andrew Martinez (Eds.): Why Art Museums? The Unfinished Work of Alexander Dorner, 2018.
image: 10 Cooke Street, Providence. Home of Lydia and Alexander Dorner lived 1938–48. ©Hassan Bagheri.