Kellogg, Fay

Fay Kellogg

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Dates of Birth and Death



Milton, Pennsylvania


  • Pratt Institute

Years of practice

1890–1918 (estimated)


  • Rudolph L. Davis, New York, 1890
  • John R. Thomas, New York, c. 1900
  • Fay Kellogg Office, 1903


New York, commercial, institutional


Early life and education

Born in Milton, Pennsylvania, 1871

Began her studies in medicine at Columbia University, Washington, DC (now George Washington University)

Studied under German architectural tutor

Studied Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris

Pratt Institute

Career in Architecture

“Specialist in steel construction”

Major Buildings and Projects

Hostess Houses, Young Women’s Christian Association, Camp Gordon, Georgia (unbuilt)

13th Regiment Armory, Bedford-Stuyvesant, New York

Press and Awards

“Miss Fay Kellogg, Architect, Dies.”  New York Times (12 July 1918).  URL:

“Woman Architect Visits Atlanta.” Southern Architect and Building News 39:6 (October 1917): p. 63.

“Woman Invades Field of Modern Architecture/Remarkable Success of Miss Kellogg in Profession Exclusively Followed by Men Scores Triumph for Her Sex.”  New York Times (17 November 1907).  URL: