James Lovell Little, American architect. Served as. First lieutenant Signal corpus, United States army, construction div., October 1917-August 1918; Fellow American Institute Architects; member Boston Society Architects (president 1924-1926).; Club: Union (Boston).
Little, James Lovell was born on November 14, 1874 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of James Lovell and Mary Robbins (Revere) Little.
Graduate Noble and Greenough School, Boston, 1893. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1897. Special student Department of Architecture, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1897-1900, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, 1902.
Began as architectural draftsman with Guy Lowell, 1900. Practiced as architect at Boston since 1904. Member Purdon & Little, 1904-1905, Little & Russell since 1915.
Served as. First lieutenant Signal corpus, United States army, construction div., October 1917-August 1918. Fellow American Institute Architects. Member Boston Society Architects (president 1924-1926).
Club: Union (Boston).
Married Leonora Schlesinger, June 2, 1902. Children: Barbara, James Lovell.