Name: Juliet Alice Peddle
Date of Birth / Location: June 7, 1899 / Terra Haute, Indiana
Date of Death / Location: September 7, 1979 / Terra Haute, Indiana
Education: Bachelor's in Architecture, University of Michigan, 1922. While at the University of Michigan she belonged to the T-Square Society, a club for female architecture and engineering students established in 1915. She completed some continuing education at the Berkshire Summer Art Institute as well as the Art Institute of Chicago.
Firms and Partnerships Perkins, Fellows & Hamilton, 1920s; Edward H. Clark, 1920s; Historic American Building Survey, 1930s; Private practice, ca. 1935-1965.
Professional Organizations & Activities: Peddle received her Illinois architectural license in 1926. Following that she travelled to Europe, studying and sketching the old-world architecture in England, France, and Italy. It was after she returned from Europe that Peddle, together with several colleagues co-founded the Chicago Women's Architectural Club. The group exhibited their work at the first Women's World Fair in 1927. Peddle was the editor of the Club's publication, The Architrave. Peddle taught for a time at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Primary Field: Architect
- George Mitchell Residence, Oak Crest Subdivision, Marshall, Illinois, 1958.
- Paul Martin Residence, Oak Crest Subdivision, Marshall, Illinois, 1959.