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William Butts Ittner

William Butts Ittner, American architect. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects, and president chapter same, 1893-1895.

Background

  • Ittner, William Butts was born on September 4, 1864 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of Anthony and Mary Isabella Ittner.

  • Education

    • Graduate Manual Training School of Washington University, 1884. Graduate special student in architecture, Cornell Univercity, 1887. Doctor of Laws, University of Missouri, 1930.

    Career

    • Commissioner of school buildings for Board of Education of St. Louis, June 22, 1897-1910. Architect for the Board of Education and in general practice of architecture, since 1910. Has designed school buildings in most of states, including Central High School (Washington, District of Columbia), Emerson, Froebel and Horace Mann schools (Gary, Indiana), Central Technology High School (Columbus, Ohio), 3 building group (Greenfield, O.).

      Designed many.

    Membership

    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects, and president chapter same, 1893-1895.

    Connections

    • Married Littie Crane Allan, June 6, 1888. Married second, Marie Anderson, October 1, 1923.
    • father: Anthony Ittner
    • mother: Mary Isabella Ittner
    • spouses: Littie Crane Allan
    • Marie Anderson
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    Born September 4, 1864
    Died January 26, 1936
    (aged 71)
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