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Robert Platt Daggett
Robert Platt Daggett was an Indianapolis architect active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He designed the following buildings on the University campus:
In the City of Bloomington he designed:
- United Presbyterian Church, 9th Street and College Avenue, 1871 (destroyed by fire)
- Louden Residence, 511 N. College Avenue, ca. 1875 (no longer standing)
Daggett's son was the architect Robert Frost Daggett.