Fitzhugh Scott

Fitzhugh Scott opened his architectural practice in Milwaukee in 1908. His son, Fitzhugh Scott, Jr. continued in the business, and it was Fitzhugh Jr. that did the design work on the Allen-Bradly clock tower. Fitzhugh Scott, Jr. would later move to Vail, Colorado where he was part of the planning board that laid out the ski resort town. His home in Vail, that he designed in 1960, went up for sale in 2013 for $20 million.

The original Fitzhugh Scott firm in Milwaukee continues to operate today as Kahler Slater.

Allen-Bradley Clock Tower (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
A tower that holds what was once the largest four-faced clock in the world.
Caleb Elliott Johnson House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
A Mediterranean Revival Home that Palmolive Soap built