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James Stephen Collins

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James Stephen Collins, American architect.

Background

Collins, James Stephen was born on January 12, 1954 in Oak Ridge. Son of Charles Wilbur and Dolly Olivia (Nesselrodt) C. Bachelor of Architecture, University Tennessee, 1980. Architect Charles E. Peterson, Philadelphia, 1981-1983, Studio Four, Vitetta Group, Philadelphia, 1981-1983, Martin Rosenblum Resident Advisor, Philadelphia, 1983-1984.

Education

Principal James S. Collins, Philadelphia, since 1983. Associate professor architectural history, Moore College Art, 1987, partner Collins & Rosenberg, architects. Architect Frank McClung Museum, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1979-1980, National Park Service, Philadelphia, 1981-1982, William Penn Foundation, Philadelphia, 1983-1984, Historic Developers Inc., Philadelphia, 1984.

Career

Architect Charles E. Peterson, Philadelphia, 1981-1983, Studio Four, Vitetta Group, Philadelphia, 1981-1983, Martin Rosenblum Resident Advisor, Philadelphia, 1983-1984.

Membership

Member Art Alliance, Philadelphia, 1985, Friends of Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, 1985. Grantee Frank McClung Museum, 1980, Henry George Birthplace, 1981, National Park Service, 1981, William Penn Foundation, 1983, travel fellowship English Speaking Union, 1986. Member American Institute of Architects (preservation committee 1982), Society Architectural Historians, Applied Preservation Technology, Restore Philadelphia.

Connections

father:
Charles Wilbur B.Arch

mother:
Dolly Olivia (Nesselrodt) C. B.Arch