John W. Gaddis
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John W. Gaddis (December 2, 1858 - September 5, 1931) was a noted architect of Vincennes, Indiana. He designed numerous buildings that are preserved and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- Perry County Courthouse, Perryville, Missouri, 1906
- Saline County Courthouse (demolished), Harrisburg, Illinois, 1906
- Dr. Nelson Wilson House, 103 E National Highway, Washington, IN (Gaddis, John W.) NRHP-listed
- Case Library, Baker University, Eighth and Grove, Baldwin City, KS (Gaddis,J.W.) NRHP-listed
- Clarksville High School, Greenwood Ave., Clarksville, TN (Gaddis,John W.) NRHP-listed
- Clay County Courthouse, Bounded by US 40, Harrison, Jackson, and Alabama Sts., Brazil, IN (Gaddis, John W.)
- Olney Carnegie Library, 401 E. Main St. Olney IL (Gaddis) NRHP-listed
- Pineville Courthouse Square Historic District, Along Kentucky, Pine, Virginia, and Walnut Sts., Pineville, KY (Gaddis,John W.) NRHP-listed
- Shadowwood, 6451 E. Wheatland Rd., Vincennes, IN (Gaddis, J.W.) NRHP-listed
- Shriver House, 117 E. 3rd. St., Flora, IL (Gaddis,J. W.) NRHP-listed
- Vincennes Masonic Temple, 501 Broadway St., Vincennes, IN (Gaddis, J.W.)
- Carnegie Library (demolished), Columbus, IN
- Carnegie Library (demolished), Flora, IL
He died in 1931.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13.
- https://archive.org/details/illinoislibrari01shargoog Illinois Libraries by Katherine Sharp
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