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Pierre Charles L’Enfant
[Pierre Charles L'Enfant]
August 9, 1754 - June 14, 1825
French-born American architect and civil engineer, Pierre Charles L'Enfant established a successful and highly profitable civil engineering firm in New York City and is best known for designing the original layout of the streets of Washington, D.C. in 1791.
Entered Apprentice: April 17, 1789
Holland Lodge No. 8, New York

Source : The Scottish Rite Journal, March 2011, Washington, DC. (ISSN 1076-8572) pp. 10-12, citing lodge records. Portrait: oil on canvas applied to the ceiling murals in the Hall of Capitols, by Allyn Cox, 1973-1974.

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