Graham, Edward T. P.
- Existence: 1871 - 1964
Edward T. P. (Thomas Patrick) Graham was born in 1871 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He attended Harvard University and graduated in 1900. In 1901 he won the Austin Travelling Fellowship, which funded his studies in Europe. When Graham returned to Boston he worked for Peabody and Stearns as a draftsman and in 1904 opened his own business in Boston and later Cleveland. He earned a Master's degree from Boston College in 1915. He became well known for his architecture, which was heavily inspired by the Renaissance-style designs that he studied in Europe. His buildings include St. Paul's Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Boston City Hall Annex, the Registry of Motor Vehicles building in Boston, and numerous churches in New England and the Midwest. Graham died in 1964.
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The papers consist of correspondence, illustrations, photographs, and postcards belonging to early twentieth-century Boston architect Edward T. P. Graham. The materials primarily concern Graham's time in Europe studying architecture, as well as his career in America.
Collection is open for research.