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Ludger Lemieux (1872–1953) was a Québécois architect who designed a number of notable Art deco structures in Montreal's Saint-Henri district. While he often worked in partnership with Joseph-Honoré MacDuff, his best-known structure, the Atwater Market, was designed not with MacDuff but with Paul Lemieux, reported to be either his son or brother.
Along with his collaboration with Paul Lemieux, Ludger collaborated on the église Saint-Zotique with René Charbonneau, architect of the Outremont Theatre. With Joseph-Honoré MacDuff, he designed the église Saint-Zotique, église Saint-Irénée, école Sainte-Jeanne-de-Chantal and Tooke Brothers building.
- "Trois architectes, trois quartiers : Ludger Lemieux (St. Henri), Ernest Cormier (Cité universitaire), Ernest Isbell Barott (St. Antoine)". Montreal: Canadian Centre for Architecture. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
- "Montreal Insites". Heritage Montreal. Retrieved 2009-11-15.
- "Station de pompiers N o 23". Footnotes (in French). Montreal: Centre de formation sur l’enseignement en milieux défavorisés. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
- "Saint-Henri Fire Station". Images Montreal. Retrieved 2009-11-16.
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