|Died||June 15, 1941 (aged 77)|
|Alma mater||Harvard University|
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|Spouse(s)||M. Louise Coleman|
|Children||Louise Hunt McMurtry Cilley|
Jarvis Hunt, Jr.
Katherine (Jarvis) Hunt
|Buildings||Kansas City Union Station|
Joliet Union Station
|Projects||National Golf Links of America Golf Course|
Chicago Golf Club
Jarvis Hunt (August 6, 1863 - June 15, 1941) was a Chicago architect who designed a wide array of buildings, including train stations, suburban estates, industrial buildings, clubhouses and other structures.
He had a passion for golf and qualified for the 1904 Olympics Golf Team, but failed to make the cut. Hunt later designed the clubhouses of several clubs including the National Golf Links of America Golf Course, of which he was a founding member, and the Chicago Golf Club.
Most of his projects are associated with the United States Midwest, including the Kansas City Union Station and the Joliet Union Station. Hunt based his architectural firm in Chicago's Monadnock Building.
Hunt was the son of attorney, farmer and photography pioneer Colonel Leavitt Hunt and his wife, Katherine (Jarvis) Hunt. His uncles were New York City architect Richard Morris Hunt and Boston painter William Morris Hunt, and his grandfather was U.S. Congressman Jonathan Hunt.
Hunt and his wife, the former M. Louise Coleman, had two children: Louisa Hunt McMurtry and Jarvis Hunt, Jr. Jarvis Hunt and his wife later divorced, and he was awarded custody of his two children.
- Vermont Building, World's Columbian Exposition, 1893
- Arbor Lodge, Nebraska City, Nebraska, 1903
- Chicago and Alton Depot, Marshall, Missouri, 1906
- Naval Station Great Lakes, 39 original buildings, 1903-1927
- Union Pacific headquarters, Omaha, Nebraska, 1910
- Indianapolis News Building, 1910 (National Register)
- Kansas City Star Building 1910 (National Register)
- Joliet Union Station, 1911-13 (National Register)
- 16th Street Station, Oakland, California, 1912
- Union Station (Kansas City), 1913 (National Register)
- Commerce Trust Building, Kansas City, Missouri, 1914 (National Register)
- Ayers Bank Building, Jacksonville, Illinois, 1914 (National Register)
- Union Station (Dallas), 1914-1916 (National Register)
- Newark Museum, 1923–26
- Hecht's Department Store, Washington, D.C.
- Chicago Golf Club Clubhouse, Wheaton, Illinois
- Bamberger's Department Store, Newark, New Jersey
- National Golf Links of America Clubhouse, Southampton, New York
- Walden, Estate of Cyrus H. McCormick II, Lake Forest, Illinois, 1896 (main house demolished, 1950s)
Union Station, Joliet, Illinois
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- Proposal for the Reorganization of the Railway Terminals of Chicago, An Address Before the City Club of Chicago, June 5, 1913, by Jarvis Hunt, Architect
- The Colony at the Chicago Golf Club, Wheaten and unincorporated DuPage County (Jarvis Hunt, c. 1898–1916), Landmarks Illinois