George Keller (architect)
George Keller (December 15, 1842 – July 7, 1935), was an American architect and engineer. He enjoyed a diverse and successful career, and was sought for his designs of bridges, houses, monuments, and various commercial and public buildings. Keller's most famous projects, however, are the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Hartford, Connecticut, and the James A. Garfield Memorial in Cleveland, Ohio.
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1885 he married Mary Monteith Smith (1860-1946) and they had three children Hilda Montieth Keller(1888-1978), GeorgeMonteith Keller Sr ... (1895-1986), and Walter Smith Keller Sr ... GeorgeKeller died in Hartford, Connecticut on July 7, 1935 ...
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