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J. C. Potter Casino, Slater Park, Pawtucket, RI. 1917.
Pawtucket High School, Pawtucket, RI. 1926.
Winn Library, Gordon College, Wenham, MA. 1955.

Robert C. N. Monahan (died 1963)<ref>AIA Historical Directory of American Architects</ref> was an American architect from Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Monahan opened his office in Pawtucket at the turn of the century. He practiced alone until 1926, when he made Robert R. Meikle a partner in the new firm of Monahan & Meikle. In 1943, Carl F. Johnson was also made a partner, and the firm became Monahan, Meikle & Johnson in 1951.<ref name="Bowker">American Architects Directory. 1955.</ref> In 1962, Monahan retired, dying the next year. Carl Johnson took over, the firm becoming Johnson & Haynes, with Irving B. Haynes. The firm was dissolved in 1968, and Haynes opened an office in Providence.

Monahan was a well-known architect during the first half of the twentieth century. He and his firms were well known throughout the state as architects of houses, churches, schools, and other buildings.


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J. C. Potter Casino, Slater Park, Pawtucket, RI. 1917.
Pawtucket High School, Pawtucket, RI. 1926.
Winn Library, Gordon College, Wenham, MA. 1955.

Robert C. N. Monahan (died 1963)<ref>AIA Historical Directory of American Architects</ref> was an American architect from Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

Monahan opened his office in Pawtucket at the turn of the century. He practiced alone until 1926, when he made Robert R. Meikle a partner in the new firm of Monahan & Meikle. In 1943, Carl F. Johnson was also made a partner, and the firm became Monahan, Meikle & Johnson in 1951.<ref name="Bowker">American Architects Directory. 1955.</ref> In 1962, Monahan retired, dying the next year. Carl Johnson took over, the firm becoming Johnson & Haynes, with Irving B. Haynes. The firm was dissolved in 1968, and Haynes opened an office in Providence.

Monahan was a well-known architect during the first half of the twentieth century. He and his firms were well known throughout the state as architects of houses, churches, schools, and other buildings.


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