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Name:    Annan, Thomas B.
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1839
Died/Ended:    1904
Description:    Upon graduation from St. Louis public schools, Thomas Annan, a native of St. Louis, became an apprentice to architect Thomas Walsh. He was associated with Walsh’s firm until after the Civil War. Following the war, he began work with George I. Barnett, another well-known St. Louis architect. He later entered into a partnership with Barnett and Francis D. Lee. Annan left the partnership in 1879 to start his own office.

He is affiliated with the following buildings: Old May Company Department Store Complex, Lambert Pharmaceutical Building, and the Samuel Cupples House.

Structures & Places
Bradford-Martin Building
Cupples House
Ferguson Building
Gay Building
Lambert Pharmaceutical Building
May Company Department Store, Former
Merchants Exchange Building, Second

Barnett, George Ingham
Lee, Francis D.

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Outstanding Architects in St. Louis Between 1804 and 1904

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