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Noel Leslie Flint

Noel Leslie Flint, British architect. Recipient certificate of merit St. Louis Chamber of Commerce, 1948; certificate of award American International Assurance-Chicago Association Commerce, 1956. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; Club: Tavern (Chicago.

Background

  • Flint, Noel Leslie was born on December 24, 1903 in London, England. Son of Hervey and Marian (Palmer) Flint.

  • Education

    • Student Illinois Institute Technology, 1922-1925, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1925-1927.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1909, naturalized, 1914. With Samuel A. Marx. Noel L. Flint, Charles W. Schonne, Chicago, 1923-1956, partner, 1948-1956. Independent practice, since 1957.

      Projects include Pump Room and Parade Room of Hotel Ambassador East, Chicago, May Company department stores: Wilshire and Crenshaw stores, Los Angeles, University Hill Store, Denver, Famous-Barr stores, Clayton and Southtown stores, St. Louis, Grill, Oval and Cotillion rooms at Hotel Pierre, New York City, Alexander Hamilton Memorial, Chicago, Hotel Pierre Marquez Acapulco, Mexico.

    Membership

    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Club: Tavern (Chicago.

    Connections

    • Married Clarissa L. Dyer, September 23, 1931. Children: Clarissa, Deborah, John.
    • father: Hervey Flint
    • mother: Marian (Palmer) Flint
    • spouse: Clarissa L. Dyer
    • children: Clarissa Flint
    • Deborah Flint
    • John Flint
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    Born December 24, 1903
    Died November 22, 1964
    (aged 60)
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