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Name:    Barnett, George Dennis
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1863
Died/Ended:    1922
Description:    The son of well-known St. Louis architect, George I. Barnett, George Dennis Barnett teamed with his brother, Thomas P. Barnett and his brother-in-law, John Haynes, to create the Barnett, Haynes & Barnett Partnership. Working with both residential and public buildings, Barnett, Haynes and Barnett designed the Beaux Arts house for millionaire Colonel Charles Spear Hills on Lindell Boulevard in 1899. Constructed of brick, the exterior exhibited a Carthage marble veneer, and the interior was lavishly done with richly carved ornamentation.

Other buildings with which Barnett is affiliated include St. Louis Post-Dispatch Building (1917), The Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis (ca 1907), the lavish Beaux Arts Kingsbury Place Entrance Gate (1900), the Sacred Heart Catholic Church (1898), and the Marquette Hotel (1906), among many others.

Structures & Places
Cathedral of St. Louis (New Cathedral)
Kingsbury Place and Washington Terrace Hist. Dist.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Building

Barnett, George Ingham
Barnett, Thomas P.
Haynes, John Ignatius

Architecture of the Private Streets of St. Louis, The Architects and the Houses They Designed
Westmoreland and Portland Places, History of Private Streets 1888-1988

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