Jones, Harry Wild, 1859-1935

Alternative names
Dates:
Birth 1859-06-09
Death 1935-09-25
Americans

Biographical notes:

Jones, the son of a Baptist clergyman, was born in Schoolcraft, Michigan on June 9, 1859. He attended Brown University for two years, then transferred to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and graduated from MIT in 1882. He came to Minneapolis in 1883, where he established an architectural practice in which he remained for the rest of his career. Although Jones specialized in ecclesiastical architecture, he also designed many private residences and public and commercial buildings in the Minneapolis area, as well as in a number of other places around the United States.

From the guide to the Harry Wild Jones Papers, [undated] and 1884-1934., (Minnesota Historical Society)

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Subjects:

  • Architecture, Domestic--Designs and plans
  • Commercial buildings--Designs and plans
  • Dwellings--Minnesota--Drawings
  • Dwellings--Drawings
  • Church buildings--Drawings
  • Public architecture--Minnesota--Minneapolis--Designs and plans
  • Public architecture--Designs and plans
  • Commercial buildings--Minnesota--Minneapolis--Designs and plans
  • Church architecture--Designs and plans
  • Church buildings--Minnesota--Drawings

Occupations:

  • Architects--Minnesota--Minneapolis

Places:

  • Minnesota (as recorded)
  • Minnesota--Minneapolis (as recorded)
  • Minneapolis (Minn.) (as recorded)
  • Minnesota--Minneapolis (as recorded)
  • Minneapolis (Minn.) (as recorded)