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Name:    Legg, Jerome B.
Profession:  Architect
Category:  Architecture
Born/Started:     Nov. 12, 1838
Description:    Jerome Legg is the architect who designed the Centenary Methodist Church on 16th and Pine in 1869, and made alterations and additions to the Missouri capitol building. He was born in Schuyler County, IL in 1838 and moved to St. Louis in 1867. He worked for George I. Barnett.

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