Alexander Blair

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Alexander Blair III (April 22, 1867–November 16, 1931) was an American architect. He designed the Grand Opera House (1884) in Macon, Georgia, eight Georgia county courthouses, and other buildings.[1] His father was also an architect and his son Algernon Blair (1873-1952) was a prominent builder.

By 1880 his family was living in Macon, Georgia.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c Wilber W. Caldwell, The Courthouse and the Depot: The Architecture of Hope in an Age of Despair : a Narrative Guide to Railroad Expansion and Its Impact on Public Architecture in Georgia, 1833-1910 (Mercer University Press, 2001)
  2. ^ Buildings by Blair by Jeff Benton | May. 31, 2011 | Montgomery Advertiser (Sidney Lanier.org)
  3. ^ Macon Walking Tour
  4. ^ Courthouse and Depot page 265
  5. ^ Courthouse and Depot pages 295, 298
  6. ^ Courthouse and Depot page 395
  7. ^ Courthouse and Depot page 419
  8. ^ Wilkinson County Courthouse Georgia Info
  9. ^ Montgomery County Courthouse Vanishing Georgia
  10. ^ [1] May 29, 2013 Exhibit shows Macon then and now
  11. ^ a b Jordan Massee: Accepted Fables Jordan Massee Indigo Custom Publishing, 2005 232 pages page 120