|Henry Engelbert (1826–1901)|
|Description||American architectAmerican architect|
|Date of birth/death||1826||1901|
|Location of birth/death||Detroit|
English: Henry Engelbert was an architect best known for buildings in the French Second Empire style, which emphasized elaborate mansard roofs with dormers. New York's Grand Hotel on Broadway is the most noteworthy extant example of Engelbert's work in the French Second Empire Style. Also, many of his commissions were Lutheran or Roman Catholic churches.
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