Biography of Bernhardt J. Noack
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Noack, Bernhardt J., was born in Zittau, Saxony, in 1850 and came to this country in 1868. He received his architectural education in Germany, where he also learned the carpenter and mason trade at which he worked for five years, and upon arriving in this country worked as mason in New York city; he then went into an architect's office for two years in New York city. and in 1871 came to Troy and entered the office of M. F. Cummings, where he remained until 1892, when he opened an office for himself at 257 Broadway. He has had charge of the construction of a number of breweries and malt houses of Troy and vicinity, and a great many of the stores and residences about that city and vicinity have been designed by him. He is a member of Apollo Lodge, F. & A. M., Apollo Chapter, R. A. M., Knights of Pythias, and Odd Fellows. He also belongs to the Turn Verein and Saengerbund and Maennerchor Societies. He was married to Julia Baumeister of Troy, who died in 1884. His present wife is Louise M. (Frank) Noack of Albany, to whom he was married April 22, 1896. He resides and keeps his office at 105 Fourth street, Troy.

From:
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897


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