Eleanor Raymond (1887-1973) was educated at Wellesley College and the Cambridge School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, graduating in 1919. Her professional career spanned some sixty years of practice, focused on residential housing. Her interest in progressive materials and building systems led her to design a Plywood House in 1940 and one of the first successful solar-heated buildings in the Northeast, the "Sun House" in 1948. She was elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1961.
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