Shattuck, George Cutler, 1864-1923

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George Cutler Shattuck was born on November 22, 1863, in Andover, Massachusetts.

He was a prominent architect active in Boston, Massachusetts. He studied architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge in 1884-88. One of his classmates was the young Canadian student Edward Maxwell of Montreal, with whom he developed a friendship. In 1899, Maxwell called upon his friend to come up from Boston and join his office in Montreal to assist him with the extensive workload of new commissions (additions and alterations to Windsor Station in Montreal and the house for Louis-Joseph Forget in Senneville, Quebec). They formed the firm Maxwell & Shattuck. Shattuck remained in Montreal until 1901, and then he returned to Boston where he rejoined the firm of Shepley, Rutan & Coolidge as a senior draftsman and remained with them until 1914. After the death of both Shepley in 1903, and Rutan in 1914, Coolidge invited Shattuck to form a new partnership, and they collaborated until the death of Shattuck.

He died on September 3, 1923, in Exeter, New Hampshire.


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Maxwell and Shattuck (1899-1901)

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