Shepley, George Foster

Shepley, George Foster

(1860–1903)
American architect in Brookline, MA, who, with Charles H. Rutan (1851–1914) and Charles A. Coolidge (1858–1936), formed the successor firm to H. H. Richardson. Designed Stanford University (1892), Stanford, CA; Ames Building (1892), Boston, MA; and the Art Institute of Chicago, IL (1897).
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