Archimedes Russell

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Archimedes Russell
Born 1840
Andover, Massachusetts
Died 1915
Occupation Architect
Buildings Crouse College, Syracuse University

Archimedes Russell (1840–1915) was an American architect most active in the Syracuse, New York area.

Born in Andover, Massachusetts and trained under local architect Horatio Nelson White, Russell served as a professor of architecture at Syracuse University from 1873 through 1881.[1]

In the course of his career he designed over 850 commercial and civic buildings in the central New York region, including the David H. Burrell Mansion in Little Falls, New York, a Queen Anne/Romanesque Revival stone mansion.


Onondaga County Court House (with Columbus Obelisk in foreground)

Russell's work, much of which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places, includes:


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