Elliott Lynch

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Elliott Lynch
NationalityUnited States
Known forArchitect
St Gregory the Great, Harrison, New York
Rectory of the Church of the Annunication in Manhattan on West 133rd Street

Elliott Lynch, AIA, was an American architect active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries in New York City. His office was located at 347 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Many of the buildings he designed remain standing.

For a time Lynch was a partner with William R. Orchard in the firm of Lynch and Orchard, which designed many buildings for the Roman Catholic Church.



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