Fay Kellogg (Architectural Drawing, Alumna)
New York City Hall of Records (now known as Surrogate's Courthouse), New York City, (1901)
Ralph Selitzer Photography
Kellogg was the first of Pratt's female students to become a practicing architect. While employed by John R. Thomas, she helped create the architectural plans for the Hall of Records, now a landmarked New York City building. The New York Times called Kellogg ". . . the foremost woman architect in the United States."