Egan & Prindeville

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Egan & Prindeville was an architectural firm active in Chicago, Illinois from 1897 to 1914, which gained prominence designing Roman Catholic structures, including the Cathedral of Cathedral of St. Paul (1906).[1] The firm was founded by James J. Egan, FAIA, (1839—1914) and Charles Prindeville. Egan was formerly a partner of Armstrong & Egan and Egan & Kirkland before he entered into partnership with [1] The firm continued after Egan's death in 1914 under Charles Prindeville.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d Decker, Kevin F. " James J. Egan (d.1914)", University of Plattsburgh, New York (2000)
  2. ^ "St. Mary’s Cathedral I: History". Cathedrals of California. Retrieved 2012-06-23.