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Architect

John Terence Kelly, American architect. Recipient Cleveland Arts prize in Architecture, 1968, history Building award Architects Society Ohio, 1986; Charles Eliot Norton fellow, 1952, Fulbright fellow, Munich, Germany, 1953. With infantry Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Member American Institute of Architects (national committee design).

Background

Kelly, John Terence was born on January 27, 1922 in Elyria, Ohio, United States. Son of Thomas Alo and Coletta Margaret (Conrad) Kelly.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Carnegie Mellon University, 1949. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1951. Master of Landscape Architecture, Harvard University, 1952.

Career

Principal architect John Terence Kelly, Cleveland, from 1954. Visiting critic, lecturer University Michigan, University Cincinnati, Case Western Reserve University, McGill University Board directors Nova.

Membership

With infantry Army of the United States, 1943-1946. Member American Institute of Architects (national committee design).

Connections

father:
Thomas Alo Kelly

mother:
Coletta Margaret (Conrad) Kelly