Henry Hare

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Hare's trademark -a hare, bottom right in the middle stained glass, at Westminster College, Cambridge

Henry Thomas Hare (1861–1921) was an English architect who was born in Scarborough, Yorkshire and designed numerous public buildings in Britain.

Hare was President of the Architectural Society in 1902 and president of the Royal Institute of British Architects 1917–19. His trademark is an etching or carving of a hare that he included in every building.

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