|Birth: ||Dec. 4, 1858|
|Death: ||May 11, 1898|
Practiced in North Carolina late nineteenth century. Although some correspondence and his memoirs survive, drawings are scarce. Photocopies of his memoirs and letters are deposited at the North Carolina State Archives. See William B. Bushong. "A. G. Bauer, North Carolina's New South Architect." North Carolina Historical Review 60 (July 1983): 304-332.
Governor's Mansion (1891)200 North Blount Street, The Queen Anne style mansion was designed by Philadelphia architect Samuel Sloan and his assistant, A.G. Bauer.
Capehart House (1898)424 North Blount Street, Lucy Catherine Moore Capehart, daughter of a prominent state legislator, had this imposing tan brick house built on then-fashionable North Wilmington Street. Designed by A.G. Bauer, it is one of the finest examples of Queen Anne style architecture remaining in Raleigh.
Labor Building (1888)4 West Edenton Street, State Penitentiary Warden Col. William J. Hicks supervised convict labor and used convict-made bricks to achieve this architectural design created by A.G. Bauer. The original purpose of this building was to house the State and Supreme Court libraries. Offices of the Department of Labor have been in this building since the 1920s.
The Triangle Native American Society Co-sponsored the cleaning of Rachel Blythe tombstone and the erecting of A.G. Bauer tombstone at Oakwood Cemetery (caring for the remains of our ancestors)
Rachel Blythe Bauer (1870 - 1897)*
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Don Stowell
Record added: Jan 23, 2008
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