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Name:    Grable, Alfred
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1829
Description:    Alfred Grable was born in Nelson County, KY, on or about 1825. He came to St. Louis following his service in the Mexican War and worked as an architect. He formed a partnership with Auguste Weber (1857-1904) in 1888. Their firm designed many prominent residential structures including the residence of Louis Bauman, near the Arsenal; the Lucas Place residence of George R. Taylor; the residence of M.J. Hartnett; residences for Mr. Hugh Rogers, Isaac M. Veitch, George L. Wright, Bradley D. Lee, and Dr. A.S. Barnes; and business houses owned by John Booth and Governor Polk.

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