Charles Emil Praeger, Sr. (August 18, 1877 – January 3, 1940) was an American architect from Victoria, Texas. He worked for part of his career in partnership with architect James Hull as Praeger & Hull and Hull & Praeger. He was also in partnership with architect Sam H. Dixon, Jr., as Praeger & Dixon. He was born in Victoria, Texas. In June 1909, he married Bertha Christine "Berdie" Haller, and they had two children, Bertha Christine Praeger and Charles Eustace Praeger, both born in 1910.
- Frank Alonso House (Charles Praeger)
- F. H. Crain House (1915) (Praeger & Dixon)
- Fleming-Welder House (Hull & Praeger)
- E. J. Jecker House (Praeger & Hull)
- E. C. Kaufman House (Hull & Praeger)
- Lander-Hopkins House (1910) (James Hull and Charles Praeger)
- McCan-Nave House (1908) (Charles Praeger)
- Tasin House (1911) (Praeger & Hull)
- Draft registration card for Charles Emil Praeger, architect. Ancestry.com. U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917–1918 (database on-line). Registration State: Texas; Registration County: Victoria; Roll: 1983770.
- Death Record for Charles E. Praeger, Sr. Ancestry.com. Texas Death Index, 1903–2000 (database on-line).
- Daniel Hardy, Marlene Heck, David Moore, Morgan Dunn O'Connor, and John Ferguson (June 1985). "Victoria MRA".
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
- Ann Rundle (October 30, 1992). "Heritage awards: Victoria Preservation, Inc. honors bridge protector, columnist".
- Tim Delaney (October 28, 1994). "Preserving the past: Old homes of Victoria celebrated". The Victoria Advocate.
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