Henry C. Koch

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East Side Commercial Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Large commercial district in downtown Milwaukee filled with architectural gems
Fourth Street School (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
The childhood elementary school of Golda Meir, Prime Minister of Israel 1969-1974
Gesu Church (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
French Gothic Jesuit church on the campus of Marquette University
Greenfield School (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Richardson Romanesque Cream City Brick schoolhouse, used as a school until 1923 and as a museum since 1968.
Hotel Pfister (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Romanesque Revival, luxury hotel built by leather magnate, Guido Pfister
Joseph B. Oliver House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Milwaukee City Hall (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Flemish Renaissance building with distinctive bell tower known by viewers of Laverne & Shirley
Northwestern Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
One of the three orginal Old Soldiers Homes signed into law by President Lincoln just before he was assassinated.
Old World Third Street Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
One block of historic building and historic businesses, including Mader's Restaurant and Usinger's Sausage.
Protestant Home for the Aged (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Retirement community located in Milwaukee's east side
Public School No. 27 (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Elementary school, currently closed
St. John Kirchen Verein des Westens (Washington County, Wisconsin)
Classic country church, frame construction with Lannon Stone exterior, featuring graceful and well proportioned lines.
Turner Hall (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
University of Wisconsin Science Hall (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Ward Memorial Hall (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)