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Name:    Ellis, Harvey
Profession:  Architect
Category:  Architecture
Born/Started:    1852
Died/Ended:    1904
Description:    Born in New York, Harvey Ellis moved to Minnesota and later to Missouri. He formed a partnership with George Mann in St. Louis about 1890, where he remained for five years before returning to Rochester, NY. While in St. Louis, he designed the French Renaissance style City Hall, the five-story Romanesque clock tower and gatehouse for the entrance to Washington Terrace, and the Richardsonian Romanesque style Compton Heights water tower.

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City Hall
Kingsbury Place and Washington Terrace Hist. Dist.
Water Tower, Compton Hill

Mann, George R.

Architecture of the Private Streets of St. Louis, The Architects and the Houses They Designed

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