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Elmer Grey

Elmer Grey, American architect. Member firm architects for Huntington mansion, San Marino (now Huntington Art Gallery); Member advising committee in charge art section of the United States, St. Louis Exposition.

Background

  • Grey, Elmer was born on April 30, 1871 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Henry C. and Caroline (Johns) Grey.

  • Education

    • Educated Milwaukee public and high schools.

    Career

    • October 1915); 1 daughter, Virginia. Married second, Mistress Anabel Rohrabacker, April 18, 1917. Architect, Milwaukee, 3 years.

      Architect Church of Christian Science Society, others. Partner with Myron Hunt, Los Angeles, 1904-1910.

    Works

    • Contributor to mags. Painter in oil and watercolors.

    Membership

    Member firm architects for Huntington mansion, San Marino (now Huntington Art Gallery). Member advising committee in charge art section of the United States, St. Louis Exposition.

    Connections

    • Married Millicent Bowers, January 27, 1906 (deceased.; married second, Mistress.
    • father: Henry C. Grey
    • mother: Caroline (Johns) Grey
    • spouses: Millicent Bowers
    • Mistress
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    Born April 30, 1871
    Died November 14, 1962
    (aged 91)
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