Frank Brownfield Gray: Geneva Architect
May 12 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Born in St. Charles, Frank Brownfield Gray eventually established his architectural office at Geneva in 1928. His extensive portfolio of projects throughout the Fox River Valley has been unacknowledged and often overlooked. Michael A. Lambert, Preservation Planner for the City of Geneva, will highlight Gray’s career, as well as his architectural legacy in Geneva and neighboring communities.
This a Geneva History Museum Brown Bag Program. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lunch. Coffee, water and sweet treats will be provided and Inglenook Pantry usually provides soup at no charge.
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