Charles C Haight

Charles Coolidge Haight

  • American

Charles Coolidge Haight was born in New York, the son of a minister. A veteran of the Civil War, Haight subsequently studied architecture in the office of Emden T Littell, establishing his own practice in 1867. He obtained commissions at several colleges in New York State and is credited for being one of the first architects to adapt the collegiate gothic style to school architecture. In Maine, Haight is known to have designed eight buildings including St Luke's Cathedral in Portland. - NRHP

Notable Position Organization From To
Principal Charles C Haight Company


Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect St John's Church, Rectory, and Parish Hall Wakefield, NH
Architect New York Cancer Hospital New York City
Architect Trinity Episcopal Chapel Morley
Architect Chapel of the Holy Cross Holderness
Architect St Paul's Episcopal Church Spring Valley
1864/05/06 Captain Charles C Haight, Co H, 39th NY Infantry (Garibaldi Guards), is wounded in the right arm at the battle of the Wilderness. He will spend the rest of the summer convalescing. Union Commander Wilderness Battlefield Virginia Battle of the Wilderness
1878/00/00 Saint Saviour's Episcopal Church is erected at a cost of about $7,000, 1877-1878. The gabled porch is the original entrance. Architect Saint Saviour's Episcopal Church and Rectory Bar Harbor, ME
1883/00/00 Designed by New York architect Charles C Haight, Church of the Good Shepherd is built in the Carpenter Gothic style. Architect Church of the Good Shepherd, Maitland Maitland
1886/00/00 Charles C Haight designs Westbrook Manor house for William Bayard Cutting Architect Bayard Cutting Arboretum Islip, NY
1891/00/00 Designed by Minneapolis architect C C Haight, construction begins on the Minnesota Block. Architect Minnesota Block-Board of Trade Building Superior
1898/00/00 Keney Memorial Tower is dedicated to the memory of Rebecca Turner Keney, the mother of Walter and Henry Keney. Architect Keney Memorial Tower Hartford
1902/01/05 Built in a modified Late Gothic style designed by Charles C Haight, the first services are held in the crypt of Saint Ignatius of Antioch Church. Architect St Ignatius of Antioch Episcopal Church New York City
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