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Name:    Issacs, Henry G.
Profession:  Architect
Category:  Architecture
Born/Started:    1840
Died/Ended:    1895
Description:    Born in Pennsylvania, Isaacs was educated at Trinity School in New York, and in the St. Louis Schools. He designed the following St. Louis buildings: Samuel C. Davis & Co. building, J.P. & M.C. Collier┬┤s building, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Olympic Theatre, Mercantile Library building. He designed man6y private residences such as those of F.O. Day, Esq.; Benjamin O┬┤Fallon, Esq.; L.W. Patchen, Esq.; E.A. Manny, Esq.; John P. Collier, Esq.; John T. Davis, Esq.; Joseph G. Chapman, Esq.; and M. Dwight Collier, Esq. He died in 1895 and is buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery.

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Collection of the Mercantile Library
Davis, Samuel and Co. Building
Mercantile Library
Odd Fellows Building
Pilgrim Congregational UCC

Outstanding Architects in St. Louis Between 1804 and 1904

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