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Drago, William (c.1910)
Architect, New Orleans/Monroe, LA
Bid on Hancock County CH in 1910 as W.L. Stevens, Southran R. Duval & William Drago, but was not chosen. He was a member of Drago & Smith (J.W.?) from 1905 until 1906? Around 1912, he was associated with another architect as DRAGO & DEAR, with office at 1002 Perrin Bldg. Listed twice in 1913 "Directory of Southern Architects" in Southern Architect and Building News, V. 32, #2 (Dec 1913): 43-45, once with offices in New Orleans and another with an office in Bonifay, FL. But he is not listed in the 1920 or 1923 lists in the same publication. His son, William F. Drago, was also an architect, dying in 1967 at the age of 55. See Kingsley, Buildings of Louisiana, pp. 301, 384, 388-389, 392, 394-395.
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