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Name:    Haynes, John Ignatius
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1860
Died/Ended:    1942
Description:    Architect John Haynes, a native of St. Louis, started as a draftsman, became deputy commissioner of the St. Louis City Building Department, then formed a partnership with his brother-in-law, George D. Barnett. They were joined by Thomas P. Barnett in 1895. The firm, Barnett, Haynes, & Barnett, designed many St. Louis structures, including the St. Louis Cathedral, Hotel Jefferson, Post-Dispatch building, Star building, Marquette and Hamilton Hotels, Visitation Academy, and many fine residences. The firm also designed the Liberal Arts building at the World´s Fair. Barnett, Haynes, & Barnett was dissolved in 1922 following the death of George D. Barnett. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch, 10/30/42)

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Cathedral of St. Louis (New Cathedral)
St. Louis Post-Dispatch Building

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