A.C. Wagner, Philadelphia Brewery Architect and Engineer
A.C. Wagner (Adam Charles) had an architectural firm in Philadelphia from 1887-1901. I’ve documented 79 projects: about half in Philadelphia, and four in Brewerytown. In 1897 he designed the New England Brewing Co. plant in Hartford, CT,

The architectural trade news (PRERGB) announced September 27, 1899 that: “American Engineers and Architects, successors to A.C. Wagner...

This would signal his departure from the firm when he became partner and general manager in Hartford. When Prohibition came, he managed it as the New England Fruit Co.

His obituary states he was associated with the Yale Brewing Co. in New Haven after repeal. He died in 1935.

Here is a link to a story about A.C. Wagner

pabreweryhistorians.tripod.com/ABJ_0917_ACWagner.html
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