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Warren H. Hayes

05 November 2010

1880 – Methodist Episcopal Church, Lodi, New York

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Lodi Methodist Church was constructed in 1880 and it consists of a main block with four steeply pitched gables, a corner bell tower, and a large single story rear...

05 November 2010

1888 – Plan for First Presbyterian Church, Peoria, Illinois

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Published in the American Architect and Building News, July 7, 1888.

04 November 2010

1894 – First Baptist Church, Portland, Oregon

Architect: Warren H. Hayes In 1892, $125,000 was set aside for the construction of this building, and Warren Hayes, a specialist in church design from Minneapolis, was employed as architect. Construction began in...

04 November 2010

1889 – Ormsby Hall, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Ormsby Hall, built in 1889, is the oldest residence hall on campus and houses 120 students. Although Ormsby was designed to primarily house women, it has one designated male...

04 November 2010

1887 – First Congregational Church, Appleton, Wisconsin

Architect: Warren H. Hayes A lot on the southwest corner of Lawrence and Pearl (Oneida) Streets was purchased to replace the old location of First Congregational Church in the 1880s Construction of a...

04 November 2010

1888 – First Congregational Church of Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes In 1886 it laid the cornerstone of its present building. Built of red sandstone in Gothic-Romanesque style, with round-arched windows and semi-circular rows of pews, it still is one...

04 November 2010

1892 – Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Published in American Architect and Building, May 7, 1892. During the 1880s the city of Minneapolis enjoyed a building boom that saw the construction of numerous new ecclesiastical buildings....

04 November 2010

1887 – Andrew Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes Published in American Architect and Building News.

04 November 2010

1897 – Hamline University Hall of Science, St. Paul, Minnesota

Architect: Warren H. Hayes The Hall of Science, dedicated on January 5, 1888, was a massive three-story red brick building that stood between Goheen Hall and Old Main. It contained recitation and lecture...

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