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Emil C. Tritten is listed as a draftsman in the Philadelphia city directories from 1888 to 1892, but becomes an architect in the following year and by 1894 is noted as maintaining an office at 502 Walnut Street. He and Walter P. Lockington established Tritten & Lockington at least by 1893/94, but subsequently Tritten worked independently. he had studied architecture at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art fromn 1890 to 1893 and was elected a junior member of the Philadelphia Chapter ofthe AIA in 1891, when he was employed in the office of Hazelhurst & Huckel.

Written by Sandra L. Tatman.

Clubs and Membership Organizations

  • Philadelphia Chapter, AIA

School Affiliations

  • Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art


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