John Theodore Comès was a Pittsburgh-based architect best remembered for his many buildings for Roman Catholic communities throughout the United States.Childhood and architectural education He was born into a family of artisans in Larochette, Luxembourg, on January 29, 1873. His father, John Richard, was an expert woodcarver, and his father’s twin brother, John Adam, was a builder by trade. The family came to America when Comès was eight years old. His early education occurred in St. Paul, Minnesota, but he earned a master of science in architecture from Mount St. Mary's University in Emmitsburg, Maryland.Source: Wikipedia
American private, liberal arts, Catholic university in Maryland
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