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Preston J. Bradshaw

Architect

Preston J. Bradshaw (1884–1952) was one of the most eminent architects of St. Louis, Missouri, during the 1920s. Among his numerous commissions as an architect, he is best known for designing hotels and automobile dealerships in the region. Like many hotel architects of his time, he eventually moved into the actual operation of hotels, becoming owner and operator of the Coronado Hotel in St. Louis. Bradshaw graduated from Columbia University. This was followed by a period working in the office of architect Stanford White in New York City, after which he was a drafter for the Commissioner of Public Buildings of St. Louis. Later Bradshaw opened his own office as an architect. In chronological order by opening date. In chronological order by opening date. In chronological order by opening date. In chronological order by opening date.  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Preston Bradshaw
Date of birth
1884
Place of birth
St. Louis

Education

Institution From To
Columbia University

Death

Date of death
1952

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