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Name:    Milligan, Rockwell
Profession:  Architect
Category:  Architecture
Description:    Canadian-born Rockwell Milligan studied architecture in Denver before coming to St. Louis in 1890. He trained in St. Louis under Isaac Taylor and then became director of works at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition. After several years of independent practice, he became a senior member of the firm Milligan & Wray, which was well known for its hospital designs across the United States. In 1914, Milligan was elected commissioner of buildings for the Board of Education, in which position he designed and supervised the construction of over two dozen St. Louis schools.

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