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Harold Field Kellogg

Harold Field Kellogg, American architect. Awarded silver medal as sculptor; Bronze medal as etcher. Served as consultant architect Massachusetts Commision on Public Safety for all hospitals in state; Member American International Assurance, Print Makers Society California.

Background

  • Kellogg, Harold Field was born on January 26, 1884 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles Field and Carrie I. (Masury) Kellogg.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Architecture (cum laude), Harvard, 1906. A.D.P.G. in architecture Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris (5 Government medals), 1910.

    Career

    • Private practice architecture since 1913, in Boston, Orlando, Florida, 1923-1924. Athens, O., 1945-1949, Los Angeles, 1947-1949, Pasadena since 1950. Associate Ludlow & Peabody, New York City, 1910-1930, Harold Plummer & Associate, Buffalo, 1925-1928, Thomas W. Worcester Inc., Boston, 1948-1951.

      Chief architect Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Glendale, California, 1950-1951, town of Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, 1951. Formerly president Tuttle-Kellogg Architectural and Engineering Company, Inc. Now vice president, chief engineer Tuttle Engineering, Inc.

      Architectural consultant N.E. Power Company, Boston, Standard Oil Corporation of New Jersey, Turner Construction Company, United States Army and United States Navy. Chairman of the Board Boston Housing Authority, 1937-1939, treasurer 1939-1946. Director defense housing Federal Works Agency, 1941.

      Housing specialist, New England War Manpower Commission, 1943-1944. Consultant Federal Public Housing Authority, 1942.

    Membership

    Served as consultant architect Massachusetts Commision on Public Safety for all hospitals in state. Member American International Assurance, Print Makers Society California.

    Connections

    • Married Eleanor Wise, June 1, 1914.; married second, Joyce Bannerman, December 5, 1948. Children: Charles Dare, Harold Field, Junior.
    • father: Charles Field Kellogg
    • mother: Carrie I. (Masury) Kellogg
    • spouses: Eleanor Wise
    • Joyce Bannerman
    • children: Charles Dare Kellogg
    • Harold Field Kellogg
    • Jr Kellogg
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    Born January 26, 1884
    Died January, 1964
    (aged 79)
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