Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge

  • American

Boston architectural firm - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Person From To
Principal Charles Allerton Coolidge 1886 1915
Architect, 1890 in Boston, 1893-1895 Chicago Robert C Spencer Jr 1890 1895
Architect, Local Partner in St Louis John Lawrence Mauran 1890 1900
Partner George Foster Shepley 1886
Architect in St Louis Ernest J Russell 1900
Architect in St Louis Edward G Garden 1900
Draftsman, Project Architect George C Shattuck 1912 1915
Architect in training Pierre L R Hogner 1908


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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
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1886/04/27 On his last day, Henry H Richardson signs an informal will directing the three assistants still remaining to carry on the business, which is soon formalized as Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge. Established H H Richardson House Brookline, MA
1893/00/00 400 Walnut St, First Paris Church is built in 1893, Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, archtiects. Architect First Parish Unitarian Church Brookline, MA
1897/00/00 Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge complete Trinity Church, 1894-1897. Architects Trinity Church, Boston Boston
1897/10/09 Nearly 3,000 guests attend the gala celebration for the Chicago Public Library and Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall. The Chicago Orchestra plays the intermezzo from Pietro Mascagni's Cavallieria Rusticana. Architect Cavalleria rusticana Chicago Cultural Center Chicago
1903/00/00 Features three-story tall columns facing a quad, the Main Building at Government Hospital for the Insane is built. Other Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge patient care facilities are built across west campus, 1901-1908. Architect St Elizabeths Hospital Washington, DC
1903/04/18 Construction begins Architect Hildene Manchester, VT
1906/00/00 Harvard Medical School moves to Longwood Avenue. The campus was designed the Boston firm of Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge. Architect Harvard Medical School Quadrangle Boston History of Harvard Medical School
1908/00/00 A substantial red brick Georgian house is erected at NW 20th Avenue and Johnson Street for Abbott Mills, president of the first National Bank. Architect Abbott L Mills House, Portland Portland
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