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Name:    Roach, Harry F.
Profession:  Architect
Category:  Architecture
Born/Started:    1871
Died/Ended:     Jul. 30, 1929
Description:    Harry F. Roach attended the St. Louis Manual Training School and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology before joining his father, Henry E. Roach, in a successful architectural practice from 1890 to 1900. Their firm designed numerous commercial and residential buildings in St. Louis, including the National Register-listed A.D. Brown Building and several factories. After he began practicing independently in 1900, Harry Roach designed the 16-story Century Annex (later known as the Syndicate Trust Building), where he located his office following the building’s completion.

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A. D. Brown Building
Syndicate Trust Building

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