Herbert Jaques (January 23, 1857 - December 21, 1916) was an American draftsman and cartographer. Born in Framingham, Massachusetts, Jaques studied at MIT. After graduating, he found a job as a draftsman in the offices of Henry Hobson Richardson. Jaques joined forces with another draftsman employed by Richardson, Robert Day Andrews, to create the firm Andrews and Jaques. In 1889, Augustus Neal Rantoul joined the firm, which was renamed Andrews, Jaques, and Rantoul. Andrews, Jaques, and Rantoul designed private residences, but their best known work are public and commercial buildings they designed for clients throughout the United States. Jaques married Harriet Sayles Francis on April 26, 1883.