Alberta Jeannette Cassell is a renowned American architect. Alberta's sunlight sign is Scorpio and her birth flower is Marigold & Cosmos.
Alberta Jeannette Cassell died on October 24 1926 at age 81. The youngest of 3 children, Alberta was born in Washington, DC. After finishing from Dunbar High School, she went into Cornell University's School of Architecture. While a student, Alberta participated in a four-student team that won a national competition for their layout of a shopping mall in Ithaca, New York. During that same term, Alberta got an honor for having the highest grade factor standard in the School of Architecture. After finishing, Alberta worked with her papa for 2 years before accepting a job as a building engineer at the Naval Research Laboratory in 1951. Throughout this moment, Alberta married Francis Butler, a Howard University grad and mechanical engineer, and had 2 children. Alberta's profession culminated with a setting as a marine designer with the United States Naval Sea Company. Her publication The Little White Butterflies was released posthumously in 2012. In guide's dedication, her daughter Mira composed: in loving memory of my mommy, who never ever stopped working to see the beauty in nature and in people. African American Architects: A Biographical Dictionary, 1865-1945, Routledge, 2004.
Alberta Jeannette Charolette Cassell was born to engineer Albert Cassell and Martha Ann Mason in the District of Columbia.
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