Elijah E. Myers - Works


Interior of the Michigan capitol dome
  • design for a Lincoln Memorial, 1868 (unbuilt)
  • Macoupin County Courthouse, Carlinville, Illinois, 1870
  • Michigan State Capitol, Lansing, Michigan, 1872
  • First Presbyterian Church, Albion, Michigan, circa 1873 (burned 1883, but the shell was incorporated in the replacement)
  • President's House, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 1874 (demolished 1940s)
  • Grosvernor House, Jonesville, Michigan, 1874
  • Lansing High School, Lansing, Michigan, 1875 (demolished summer 2006)
  • Plymouth Congregational Church, 1877 (burned, 1971)
  • Eastern Michigan Asylum for the Insane (aka Clinton Valley Center), Pontiac, Michigan, circa 1878 (demolished, 2000)
  • Grant County Courthouse, Marion, Indiana, circa 1880 (dome removed)
  • Lorain County Courthouse, Elyria, Ohio, circa 1881 - same design as Grant County, Indiana (dome also removed)
  • Texas State Capitol, Austin, Texas, 1881
  • Knox County Courthouse, Galesburg, Illinois, 1885
  • Idaho territorial capitol, circa 1885
  • Colorado State Capitol, Denver, Colorado, 1885
  • Seneca County Courthouse, Tiffin, Ohio, circa 1886 (demolition started 1/4/2012; to be completed by 2/1/2012) - Live Demo Cam
  • (Old) City Hall, Richmond, Virginia, circa 1887
  • Central United Methodist Church, Lansing, Michigan, 1888
  • Grand Rapids City Hall, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1888 (demolished 1960s)
  • Alumni Hall, Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1890
  • San Joaquin County Courthouse, Stockton, California, circa 1891 (demolished 1961)
  • Stockbridge Town Hall, Stockbridge, Michigan, 1892
  • Columbia Buildings, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1890 (demolished)
  • asylum, Mexico City, Mexico, ante 1893
  • Brazilian Parliament Building, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, ante 1893 (demolished)
  • Luzerne County Courthouse, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 1894 (unbuilt)
  • Bay City City Hall, Bay City, Michigan, 1897
  • Helen Newberry Nurses Home, Detroit, Michigan, 1898
  • Howell Carnegie District Library, Howell, Michigan, 1902
  • McDonough County Courthouse, Macomb, Illinois
  • Stephenson County Courthouse, Freeport, Illinois
  • Harper Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, (demolished early 1970s)

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