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Herman Meader FIA

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Herman Lee Meader (December 21, 1874, New Orleans – February 14, 1930) was an American architect and author. Meader was born in New Orleans, the son of Herman Frederick Louis Meader and Susanne Lee Meader (née Equen). Meader was educated at Soule College and Tulane, Cornell and Harvard Universities, and received a Bachelor of Science from Harvard in 1898. He worked as an architect in New York, first in the office of Ernest Flagg until 1905, and then Raymond Almirall afterwards for about four years. Both Flagg and Almirall were known for terra cotta and color effects in their architecture.