Andrew G. Patrick

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Andrew G. Patrick
Born 1907
Bridgeport, Connecticut
Died 1955
Nationality USA
Known for Architect

Andrew G. Patrick (1907–1955) was an American architect who specialized in churches and schools, mostly for Catholic clients in Connecticut.

Early life and education[edit]

Patrick was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1905. He lived in Stratford, Connecticut where he attended the university school.[1] He graduated from Notre Dame School of Architecture in 1931 and thereafter served in the military for a time.

Architectural practice[edit]

He then worked with the architectural firm Fletcher-Thompson where he was associated with noted architect J. Gerald Phelan. Both men designed many churches, schools, convents and rectories for Catholic clients.

Works[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Kervick, Francis William Wynn Architects in America of Catholic tradition. C.E Tuttle, 1962, p. 140.
  2. ^ http://www.ourladyofpeacestratfordct.4lpi.com/miscdownloads/OLPHistory.pdf Our Lady of Peace History

Further reading[edit]

Kervick, Francis William Wynn (1962). Architects in America of Catholic tradition. C.E. Tuttle Co. p. 140.