Zachary Taylor Davis : Architect

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  • Zachary Taylor Davis (May 26, 1872, Aurora, Illinois – December 16, 1946, Chicago, Illinois) was the architect of several major Chicago buildings, including St. Ambrose (1904) Old Comiskey Park (1910), Wrigley Field (1914), Mount Carmel High School (1924), and St. James Chapel of Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary (1918).
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