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Kellum, Johnlocked

(b Hempstead, NY, Aug 27, 1809; d Hempstead, July 24, 1871).
  • Andrew Scott Dolkart

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American architect. Kellum initially trained as a carpenter, and his architectural career began in the early 1840s when he entered the office of the Brooklyn architect Gamaliel King (1795–1875). Kellum opened his own office in 1859. He worked within the established stylistic currents of the period, designing primarily in the Italianate and Second Empire styles. He received several notable commercial commissions, including the first permanent building for the New York Stock Exchange (...

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