John B. Halcott
John B. Halcott (1846–1895) was an American architect who worked in New York State and in North Carolina. In North Carolina, he was credited with architectural design of the New York State Capitol, which everywhere else is credited to others.
In North Carolina, he designed:
- A Second Empire design for the Wake County, North Carolina courthouse
- Three commercial buildings in Durham, North Carolina
- Somerset Villa, built 1888, in Durham, North Carolina, a mansion for tobacco industrialist Julian S. Carr, termed "Halcott's most spectacular project in North Carolina"
and other works.
- Catherine W. Bishir (2009). "North Carolina Architects & Builders: Halcott, John B. (fl.1880s)".
- Gallt, Frank A. (1915). Dear old Greene County: Embracing facts and figures, portraits and sketches of leading men who will live in her history, those at the front to-day and others who made good in the past. Catskill, N.Y. p. 365. Retrieved 2010-11-26.
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