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Eugene T Heiner

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Name  Eugene Heiner

Died  April 1901
Eugene T. Heiner

Eugene Thomas Heiner (August 20, 1852 – 1901) was an American architect who designed numerous courthouses, county jails, and other public buildings in Texas. He was born in New York City, apprenticed in Chicago, and studied further in Germany.

Eugene T. Heiner Eugene T Heiner Architect 254 Texas Courthouses

A number of his works are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Works include (with attribution):

  • 1884 Houston Cotton Exchange Building, 202 Travis St. Houston, TX (Heiner,Eugene), NRHP-listed
  • Colorado County Courthouse, Bounded by Milam, Spring, Travis and Walnut Sts. Columbus, TX (Heiner,Eugene T.), NRHP-listed
  • Wiley J. Croom House, 205 E. Milam Wharton, TX (Heiner, Eugene), NRHP-listed
  • De Witt County Courthouse, bounded by N. Gonzales, E. Live Oak, N. Clinton, and E. Courthouse Sts. Cuero, TX (Heiner,Eugene), NRHP-listed
  • W. L. Foley Building, 214—218 Travis St. Houston, TX (Heiner,Eugene T.), NRHP-listed
  • One or more works in Gonzales Commercial Historic District, roughly bounded by Water, Saint Andrew, Saint Peter, and Saint Matthew Sts. Gonzales, TX (Heiner, Eugene T.,et al.), NRHP-listed
  • Gonzales County Jail, Courthouse Sq. on St. Lawrence St. Gonzales, TX (Heiner,Eugene T.), NRHP-listed
  • Jasper County Courthouse, Public Sq. Jasper, TX (Heiner,Eugene T.), NRHP-listed
  • Lavaca County Courthouse, bounded by LaGrange, 2nd, 3rd, and Main Sts. Hallettsville, TX (Heiner,T.), NRHP-listed
  • Old Brazoria County Courthouse, Public Sq. Angleton, TX (Heiner,Eugene T.), NRHP-listed
  • Smith County Jail, 1881, 309 Erwin St. Tyler, TX (Heiner, Eugene), NRHP-listed
  • References

    Eugene T. Heiner Wikipedia

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