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James Lovell Little

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).

Background

  • Little, James Lovell was born on November 14, 1874 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of James Lovell and Mary Robbins (Revere) Little.

  • Education

    • 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.

    Career

    • Began as architectural draftsman with Guy Lowell, 1900. Practiced as architect at Boston since 1904. Member Purdon & Little, 1904-1905, Little & Russell since 1915.

    Membership

    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).

    Connections

    • Married Leonora Schlesinger, June 2, 1902. Children: Barbara, James Lovell.
    • father: James Lovell Little
    • mother: Mary Robbins (Revere) Little
    • spouse: Leonora Schlesinger
    • children: Barbara Little
    • James Lovell Little
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    Born November 14, 1874
    Died December, 1948
    (aged 74)
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