A. B. Mullet
architect; b. April 7, 1834; d. October 20, 1890.
Mullet came to Washington from Ohio soon after the close of the Civil War, at the invitation of Secretary Chase, and in 1862 was made supervising architect of the Treasury. An immense number of public buildings were carried out under his administration in New York, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, and other great cities of the United States.
Maurice Augustin Gabriel Ouradou
architect; b. July 24, 1822 (at Paris); d. June 27, 1884
Ouradou was a pupil of Viollet-le-Duc, whose daughter he married. He entered the École des Beaux Arts in 1845. After leaving the school he was appointed inspector of the works at the cathedral of Paris and of the château of Pierrefonds. He was made architect of the diocese of Châlons in association with Eugene Millet, architecte des monuments historiques in 1865-1870, and architect of the chateau of Pierrefonds in 1880.
1862 birth of Giuseppe Brentano