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Name:    Peabody, Robert Swain
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1845
Died/Ended:    1917
Description:    Born in New Bedford, MA, Robert S. Peabody received his architectural degree from Harvard University in 1866, and a masterĀ“s in architecture in 1870. He formed a partnership Peabody & Stearns in 1870 in Boston, and came to St. Louis about 1877 to design the Unitarian Church of Messiah (1879) at Locust & Garrison Sts.; Museum of Fine Arts; Turner Building; St. Louis Club (1884), and Security Building (1890)

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Security Bank Building
St. Louis Club Building
Turner Building
Unitarian Church of the Messiah

Peabody & Stearn
Stearns, John Goddard

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