James Douglas

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James Douglas was a noted Milwaukee architect, known as the architect to society. Several of his designs are noted landmarks, many of them, shown below, are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Center Avenue Historic District (Lincoln County, Wisconsin)
Chapel of St. Mary the Virgin (Waukesha County, Wisconsin)
Dr. Fisk Holbrook Day House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
A historically significant house that has both NRHP and National Landmark Status.
East Side Commercial Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Large commercial district in downtown Milwaukee filled with architectural gems
Elias A. Calkins Doublehouse (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Grace Episcopal Church (Dane County, Wisconsin)
Harry B. Walker House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
High style Victorian Gothic residence with several steeply pitched gabled roofs
Lovejoy and Merrill-Nowlan Houses (Rock County, Wisconsin)
Sanford R. Kane House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Ornate Queen Anne mansion, currently unoccupied and for sale
St. Paul's Episcopal Church (Jefferson County, Wisconsin)
Sunnyhill Home (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
A historically significant house that has both NRHP and National Landmark Status.