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architectural editor and writer

Mary Alice Molloy, American architectural editor and writer. Recipient Docent of Year award, 1983. Docent Chicago Architecture Foundation, since 1976; Member of Friends Terra Cotta, Society Architectural Historians.

Background

Molloy, Mary Alice was born on April 19, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Brian Joseph and Therese M. (Mahoney) Molloy.

Education

Bachelor, Newton College Sacred Heart, 1961. Postgraduate, University Michigan, since 1967.

Career

Editorial assistant Detroit Free Press, 1962—1965. Detroit Free Press Wayne State University, Detroit, 1965—1967. Associate editor Encyclopedia British, Chicago, 1967—1974.

Freelance editor & writer, since 1975.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Glessner House Interiors: The Artists and Their Arts, 1983, Recent Chicago Architecture, 1984.

Membership

Docent Chicago Architecture Foundation, since 1976. Member of Friends Terra Cotta, Society Architectural Historians.

Connections

father:
Brian Joseph Molloy

mother:
Therese M. (Mahoney) Molloy