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E. B. Green (1855 – 1950) was a major American architect from New York State. He was born in Utica, NYmarker. He attended Cornell Universitymarker, and moved to Buffalo, NYmarker in 1881, where he was active through about 1930. His work left a lasting impression on the city of Buffalo, and include the Albright-Knox Art Gallerymarker and Young Men's Christian Association Central Buildingmarker (both listed on the National Register of Historic Places). His public buildings include the Buffalo Savings Bank, Market Arcade, the Buffalo Crematory, and South Park High School, The First Presbyterian Church, among others. He also designed and built many private residences, including the Charles W. Goodyear Residence, the Granger Mansion, and his own residence at 180 Summer Street, which is not visible from the road. Green died in Buffalo in 1950, and is buried in Forest Lawn Cemeterymarker.

Green's best-known commissions were designed with his partner Sydney Wicks (1854-1917). The firm's chronology is:

  • 1884: Green & Wicks founded
  • 1917: Renamed E.B. Green & Son
  • 1933: Renamed E. B Green after his son's death
  • 1936: Renamed Green & James
  • 1945: Renamed Green, James & Meadows
  • 1950: Renamed James & Meadows after Green's death
  • 1952: Renamed James, Meadows & Howard
  • 1971: Firm dissolved

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