Haxby & Gillespie
Haxby & Gillespie was an architectural firm of Fargo, North Dakota. R.J. Haxby and William D. Gillespie formed their partnership in approximately 1905. It functioned until 1916. The firm "produced a number of important buildings throughout North Dakota." They designed public, educational, commercial, and church buildings.
Gillespie later founded a bank, the Gate City Savings & Loan, which became prominent in the state.
Haxby and Braseth was a successor firm which designed the Woodrow Wilson High School of Fargo in 1917.
Works include (with attribution):
- Grand Lodge of North Dakota, Ancient Order of United Workmen, 112-114 N. Roberts St. Fargo, ND (Haxby & Gillespie), NRHP-listed
- Lincoln Building, off U.S. 281 Carrington, ND (Haxby & Gillespie), NRHP-listed
- Sentinel Butte Public School, Byron St. Sentinel Butte, ND (Haxby & Gillespie), NRHP-listed
- Bemidji Carnegie Library, 426 Bemidji Ave. Bemidji, MN (Gillespie,W.D.), NRHP-listed
- Ramsey County Sheriff's House, 420 6th St. Devils Lake, ND (Gillespie,William D.), NRHP-listed
- Jackie Sluss (February 26, 1980). "National Register of Historic Places Registration: Lincoln Building". and accompanying six photos from 1903 and 1979
- Ronald Lanier Ramsey (February 10, 1979). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination: Grand Lodge of North Dakota, Ancient Order of United Workmen". National Park Service. and Accompanying six photos, exterior and interior, from 1979
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
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