Richard Arnold Fisher was born on October 21, 1868, in Brookline, the son of George Jabez Fisher and his wife, Cornelia Walley Curtis.
Richard Fisher died on October 10, 1932, in Milton.
He was unmarried.
Richard Arnold Fisher studied at the Museum of Fine Arts. In the 1890s, he worked as a designer for the furniture manufacturing firm of Albert H. Davenport. In about 1902, he began practice as an architect. He remained in practice until his death in 1932.
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