|James Goold Cutler||None|
|Birth date||Birth place|
|April 24, 1848||Albany, NY|
|Date of death||Place of death|
|April 21, 1927||Rochester, NY|
|Mayor and inventor of the Cutler Mail Chute|
He designed the William S. Kimball Tobacco Factory on Court Street (1880) and the Cutler Building, located on the corner of East Avenue and Stillson Street (1896). He also designed the Elwood Building, located on the northeast corner of Main Street and State Street, and built in 1879. Sadly, the Elwood Building, which was known for its patented mail chute designed by Cutler and its stone gargoyles perched along the roofline, was demolished in 1967.
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