Architect, H. Crews

Architect Hall Crews designed Augsburg Lutheran (168), another large church in the West End, in 1926. Located on Fifth Street near Summit,  the church is a fortress-like structure constructed of stone from Bald Mountain Quarry. Crews, a native of Forsyth County,  studied architecture at Columbia University and joined a New York firm. He became a registered architect in North Carolina in 1923. [66]