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English: Napoleon Eugene Charles Henry LeBrun (January 2, 1821 – July 9, 1901) was an American architect. LeBrun is best known as the architect of several notable Philadelphia churches, including St. Patrick's Catholic Church (1841); the Seventh Presbyterian Church (1842), the Scots Presbyterian Church (1843), the Church of St. Peter the Apostle (German Catholic), Fifth Street (1843); the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Holy Nativity (1844), no longer standing; St. Augustine's Church, Fourth Street ; and the Cathedral-Basilica of SS. Peter & Paul, Logan Square. He also designed the American Academy of Music at Broad and Locust Streets.
This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.
- ► Academy of Music (Philadelphia) (1 C, 39 F)
- ► Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul (Philadelphia) (1 C, 24 F)
- ► Masonic Building and Hall (Manhattan) (137 F)
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