Albert Dunlap appears in the city directories from 1910 through 1922 as an architect, with only 1912 omitting any reference to him. It is known, however, that he was working in the Philadelphia area as a draftsman for Rankin & Kellogg by 1905 and that he at one time attended the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art. Project references for Dunlap date from 1912 through 1921 and include a number of projects in the Oak Lane neighborhood of Philadelphia.
- Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
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