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Name:    LaBeaume, Louis
Category:  Architecture
Description:    Louis LaBeaume was born in 1873 in St. Louis and graduated from Washington University‚Äôs Manual Training School. He continued his education at Columbia University where he studied architecture. Following further studies in Europe, he apprenticed in leading architectural offices in Boston. LaBeaume returned to St. Louis in 1902 to join the Louisiana Purchase Exposition design staff. He subsequently opened his own practice with Guy C. Mariner. Mariner & LaBeaume produced designs for numerous houses and apartment buildings, the Divoll Branch of the St. Louis Public Library, Phyllis Wheatly Branch Y.W.C.A., and at least one church, the Kiel Opera House (1934), Beaumont Medical Building (1926), and the Lauderman Building.

Structures & Places
Beaumont Medical Building
Hyde Park

Louisiana Purchase Exposition

Westmoreland and Portland Places, History of Private Streets 1888-1988



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