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Born: 3/17/1850, Died: 11/12/1923

Chiefly known as an architect located in St. Louis, MO, T. C. Link nonetheless spent some time in Philadelphia before moving to St. Louis in 1873. He had been born in Heidelberg, Germany, and had come to the United States around 1870. He lived in St.Louis from approximately 1873 until 1876. He then returned to Pennsylvania, setting up office in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia until 1883. In 1883 he returned to St. Louis.

Link joined the AIA in 1889. In St. Louis he designed St. John M. E. Church, the entrance pylons to University City, and the Union Station (1893-94).

Written by Sandra L. Tatman.

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