Alfred Bult Mullett
(1834-1890)

Died aged c. 56

Alfred Bult Mullett (April 7, 1834 – October 20, 1890) was a British-American architect who served from 1866 to 1874 as Supervising Architect, head of the agency of the United States Treasury Department that designed federal government buildings. His work followed trends in Victorian style, evolving from the Greek Revival to Second Empire to Richardsonian Romanesque.

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Alfred Bult Mullett (1834 - 1890) U.S. Government Architect to Abraham Lincoln, born in this house, on 18th April 1834.

4 Fore Street, Taunton, United Kingdom where they was born (1834)