Parker N. Berry (1888-1918)
Berry, Parker N.
Occupation: American architect
Location (state): MN
Not a member of the AIA.
Contributed by Northwest Architectural Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis
Parker Berry was born in Nebraska in 1888 and grew up in Princeton, Illinois. He was educated in the local public schools and studied architecture at the University of Illinois (1907-1908), then moved to Chicago where he entered the office of Louis H. Sullivan (1909). He remained with Sullivan for most of the rest of his life. Berry died of influenza in November 1918.
Building designs credited to Berry are the Adams Building (Algona, Iowa), the First State Bank of Manlius (Illinois), the Interstate National Bank (Chicago) and the Adeline Prouty Old Ladies Home (Princeton, Illinois).
Northwest Architectural Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis
Parker Berry collection (N 109)
Collection contains photographs of buildings designed by Parker Berry.
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