Little is known of T. Frank Miller although his was an active practice which produced a number of churches, schools, and banks in the Philadelphia area. He was born in Cecil Co., MD, and educated in Philadelphia city schools. Miller appears in the Philadelphia city directories from 1883 to 1908, first as a draftsman (1883-1884) and then as an architect from 1885 onward. His office addresses included: 615 Walnut Street (1887-1890); 1221 Arch Street (1891-1897); 1219 Arch Street (1898); the Lippincott Building (1899-1904); 1126 Walnut Street (1905-1907); and 908 Walnut Street (1908).
At the time of his death at age 76, Miller was residing in Swarthmore, PA.
Sandra L. Tatman.
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