(1883 - 1967)
Mary Almy was active/lived in Massachusetts / England. Mary Almy is known for architecture, drawing.
Biography Mary Almy
Mary Almy (1883–1967) was an American architect. Almy grew up in Cambridge, Massachusetts. As a child, she suffered from polio and would walk with crutches throughout her life. In 1905 she graduated from Radcliffe College. She taught in local private schools and became interested in architecture. This interest led her family to encourage her to design and build a summer house for them in Cape Cod.
In 1917 she went to study architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She graduated from MIT with a Bachelor of Science in 1919.
After graduation she worked as a drafter at a London based architectural firm called Collcut and Hamp, for two years. In the 1920s she became a drafter for the Boston firm owned by Lois Lill
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