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  • Herman Albrecht
  • Albrecht, Wilhelm & Kelly
  • Meyer Altschuld
  • Earl John Andrews
  • Clarence O Arey
  • Samuel J. Austin
  • Austin Company
  • Sidney R Badgley
  • Badgley and Nicklas
  • Frederick Baird
  • George Barber
  • Frank Seymour Barnum
  • Fenimore C Bate
  • Charles Bates
  • George William Beer
  • Edward Beier
  • W Dominick Benes
  • Karl Best
  • Best and Hoefler
  • Fred Betker
  • Frederic H Betz
  • Riley Austin Bissell
  • Clarence H Blackall
  • Blackall and Page
  • Joseph M Blackburn
  • Blackburn and Charlot
  • Blackburn and Koehler
  • Walter Blythe
  • William A Bohnard
  • Bohnard and Parsson
  • Frederick F Book
  • James M Bostick
  • Sigmund Braverman
  • Herbert Bruce Briggs
  • Briggs and Nelson
  • Leonard Broida
  • Philo R Brooke
  • Brooke and Burrows
  • Harold Burdick
  • George H Burrows
  • Paul Tresler Cahill
  • Walter G Caldwell
  • James Love Cameron
  • William J Carter
  • Edson A Cass
  • Century Architectural Company
  • Thomas Cerny
  • Oliver N Chamberlin
  • Emilius R Chapman
  • Ernest K Chapman
  • Chapman and Chapman
  • Nevins P Charlot
  • William R. Chestney
  • James W Chrisford
  • Christian, Schwarzenburg and Gaede
  • Forrest Amos Coburn
  • Coburn and Barnum
  • Coburn, Barnum and Benes
  • Coburn, Barnum, Benes and Hubbell
  • Charles Cole
  • Charles C Colman
  • Ora Coltman
  • Harry A Cone
  • Theo Conner
  • Copper & Conrad
  • Munroe Walker W Copper Jr
  • Copper, & Wade
  • Copper, Wade & Peck
  • Copper, Wade, & Copper
  • Copper, Wade, Copper & Raynes
  • John William Cresswell Corbusier
  • Bert W Corning
  • Corning, Florence and Corning
  • Robert Crabb
  • Charles Frank Cramer
  • Cramer and Fugman
  • Frank Cudell
  • Cudell and Richardson
  • Edward A Curtis
  • Joseph Daniels
  • Monroe Ensign Deane
  • Bartholomew S DeForest
  • Herman Dercum
  • Dercum and Beer
  • Antonio Di Nardo
  • John W Dolman
  • Francis K. Draz
  • Donald O Dunn
  • William H Dunn
  • Dunn and Copper
  • James R. Duthie
  • W Stillman Dutton
  • J Milton Dyer
  • George Ebeling
  • John Edelmann
  • Arthur C Edwards
  • John Eisenmann
  • Hezikah Eldredge
  • John H Elliot
  • Junior W Everhard
  • William Stanley Ferguson
  • Ferguson and Cameron
  • F Stillman Fish
  • Adrian Foose
  • Sampson James Fountain
  • Fountain & Moratz
  • George Fox
  • Fox and Duthie
  • Fox, Duthie, and Foose
  • Alfred A French
  • French & LaChance
  • French and Chapman
  • French, A & W
  • Godfrey Fugman
  • Fugman and Cone
  • Fugman and Uhlrich
  • Harold Ott Fullerton
  • Harry Aldus Fulton
  • Fulton and Taylor
  • Fulton, Taylor and Cahill
  • Henry Charles Gabele
  • Gabele and Potter
  • Oscar L Gaede
  • Abram Garfield
  • George B. Post and Sons
  • William P Ginther
  • Morris Gleichman
  • Gleichman and Chestney
  • Jonathan Goldsmith
  • John H Graham
  • Edward T.P. Graham
  • Alfred Hoyt Granger
  • Granger and Meade
  • Charles Raggio Greco
  • Alfred Green
  • Robinson Greene
  • Vincent Gregg
  • Gregg and LaChance
  • George Allen Grieble
  • Carl H Griese
  • Griese & Weile
  • Purley H Griffin
  • Wilbur M Hall
  • James M Hamilton
  • George F Hammond
  • George J. Hardway
  • Hardway and Rostenstock
  • Hardway and Williams
  • Henry J Harks
  • Alfred Wilson Harris
  • Charles W Heard
  • Lucas Allen Heard
  • Heard and Blythe
  • Heard and Porter
  • Heard and Smith
  • Heard and Son
  • Reynold Hinsdale
  • Willard Hirsh
  • Frederick F Hodges
  • William W Hodges
  • Hodges and Hodges
  • Edward G. Hoefler
  • Charles William Hopkinson
  • George Martin Hopkinson
  • Carl Howell
  • Howell & Thomas
  • J W Hradek
  • Henry Hradilek
  • Benjamin S Hubbell
  • Hubbell and Benes
  • Ernest Huberty
  • William Asa Hudson
  • Ralph M Hulett
  • John J Husband
  • Joseph Ireland
  • Clarence Izant
  • Albert F Janowitz
  • William Jansen
  • John unknown Jasinski
  • Harry T Jeffery
  • Levi Johnson
  • Rowland Johnson
  • John Kalsch, Jr
  • George Kauffman
  • Arthur Emil Keller
  • John Sherwood Kelly
  • Andrew D Kent
  • Charles H Kimpel
  • George S King
  • Ozias Kinney
  • Wilm Knox
  • Knox and Elliot
  • William Koehl
  • Alexander Koehler
  • Koehler and Lane
  • Herman Kregelius
  • W W LaChance
  • Samuel Lane
  • Erwin O Lauffer
  • Israel J Lehman
  • Lehman and Schmitt
  • Gordon Lloyd
  • William S Lougee
  • Chester Lowe
  • Philip Harvey Luzius
  • Clarence Mack
  • Maier and Walsh
  • Paul Matzinger
  • Herman Maurer
  • Maurer and Mills
  • Walter McCornack
  • Ernest McGeorge
  • William C Mead
  • Frank B Meade
  • Meade and Garfield
  • Meade and Hamilton
  • Henry E Meyer
  • George Evans Mitchell
  • Andrew Mitermiler
  • Lewis Moffett
  • Arthur F Moratz
  • Charles Morris
  • Morris and Weinberg
  • Harold Morse
  • Ray Moulthrop
  • Harry Sylvester Nelson
  • William H Nicklas
  • Maxwell Norcross
  • Paul Ockert
  • Osborn Engineering Company
  • Calvin Nicholas Otis
  • Arthur N Oviatt
  • William C Owen
  • George M Page
  • Raymond D Parsson
  • Charles S Pennington
  • Nicola Petti
  • Lemuel Porter
  • Simeon Porter
  • J Ellsworth Potter
  • William Robert Powell
  • Jacob Elmer Reeb
  • James Reese
  • Edward Anson Richardson
  • John N Richardson
  • Richardson and Thomas
  • Richardson and Watts
  • Richardson and Yost
  • George Smith Rider
  • Alexander Robinson
  • Charles Bacon Rowley
  • George E Rudolph
  • Edward P Ruprecht
  • John W Russell
  • William W Sabin
  • Saving & Sensible Architectural Bureau
  • Theodore Schmitt
  • Charles Sumner Schneider
  • Edwin J Schneider
  • Edward E Schwabe
  • Charles & Julius Schweinfurth
  • Charles Schweinfurth
  • Levi Tucker Scofield
  • Paul Searles
  • Searles and Hirsh
  • Searles, Hirsh and Gavin
  • John R Shengle
  • Shengle and Dolman
  • Harlen Shimmin
  • Harry Leroy Shupe
  • Albert Skeel
  • Frank D Skeel
  • Louis Skolnik
  • Philip Small
  • Small and Rowley
  • Albert Milton Smith
  • Edward Smith
  • George Horatio Smith
  • Horace B Smith
  • Smith and Myer
  • Jacob Snyder
  • Allen A Sogg
  • Mary Spence
  • Adolph Sprackling
  • Sprackling and Matzinger
  • Edgar A Stanley
  • Rudolph Stanley - Brown
  • Otto K Stapf
  • Charles R Stedman
  • George H Steffens
  • John F Steffens
  • Steffens & Searles
  • Steffens and Steffens
  • Steffens, Searles & Hirsh
  • George W Stickle
  • Stickle Associates
  • Stickle, Kelly and Stickle
  • Frederic William Striebinger
  • Herman F Stuhr
  • Herbert Swigart
  • Alvanis Sylvanus
  • William R Taylor
  • Gebhard A Tenbusch
  • Tenbusch and Hill
  • J. William Thomas
  • Lewis W Thomas
  • Charles Edmund Tousley
  • Bloodgood Tuttle
  • Emile Uhlrich
  • Charles Uthe
  • Bernard Van De Velde
  • Frederick Herbert Vogel
  • Corwin A Waite
  • Lyman Walker
  • Frank Walker
  • Walker and Weeks
  • Henry A Walsh
  • Travis G Walsh
  • Curtis Walton
  • Franz Childs Warner
  • John Warner
  • Watson Company
  • William Ruggles Watterson
  • Watterson and Schneider
  • Harry Ellis Weeks
  • Albert Weile
  • Joseph L Weinberg
  • Max Weis
  • Samuel H Weis
  • Marion E. Wells
  • Carl Foster White
  • White and Shupe
  • Henry P Whitworth
  • Ora Williams
  • Williams and Cole
  • Alexander C Wolf
  • Arthur C Yost
  • Nicholas Zajack

Cleveland Landmarks Commission

Cleveland Architects

Herman Albrecht
Birth/Established: March 26, 1885 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 9, 1961 Herman Albrecht worked as a draftsman for the firm of Howell & Thomas. He formed the firm of Albrecht, Wilhelm & Kelly 1918 with Karl Wilhelm of Massillon and John S. Kelly of Cleveland. John Kelly left the firm in 1925 and it was knwon Albrecht & Wilhelm from 1925 until 1933. It was later known Albrecht, Wilhelm, Nosek & Frazen. Herman Albrecht was a native of Massillon. The firm, which maintained offices in both Cleveland and Massillon and was responsible for 700 commissions that are found in Cleveland suburbs of Lakewood, Rocky River, Shaker Heights; and in Massillon, Canton, Alliance, Dover, New Philadelphia, Mansfield, Wooster, Alliance and Warren, Ohio.

Albrecht, Wilhelm & Kelly
Birth/Established: 1918 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1925 The firm Albrecht, Wilhelm & Kelly was formed in 1918 with Herman Albrecht of Cleveland, Karl Wilhelm of Massillon and John S. Kelly of Cleveland. John Kelly left the firm in 1925 and it was knwon Albrecht & Wilhelm from 1925 until 1933. It was later known Albrecht, Wilhelm, Nosek & Frazen. The firm, which maintained offices in both Cleveland and Massillon.

Building List
Structure Koch Building Quinn Residence T.K. Harris Residence William H. Pacell Residence Date unk 1925 1926 1919 Address City Alliance Canton Canton Alliance State OH OH OH OH Standing Standing Standing Status

Meyer Altschuld
Birth/Established: 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Meyer Altschuld was Polish-born, Yiddish speaking, and came to the United States in 1904. He was active as a Cleveland architect from 1914 to 1951. He is listed as a carpenter in city directories beginning in 1909. Originally he lived in the Central neighborhood, moving to 10914 Grantwood Avenue in Glenville, and maintained an office at 750 Prospect. He designed two synagogues on the city's southeast side and was the architect of several apartment buildings in that area. He last appears in the 1951 Cleveland City Directory. He died in Baltimore, Maryland.

Building List
Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment building for M. Lifshitz Apartment building for M. Lifshitz Apartment Building for M. Walensky Apartment building for Rosen Alpiner Apartment building for W. Gross Date 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1918 1918 1918 1917 1917 1917 1917 1914 1844 5808 934 3364 10900 10900 1622 11806 3421 1321 Address 955-61 3141 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

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Structure Apartment building for W. Gross Apartment Building for W. Yelsky Apartment for M. Walinsky Apartments for H.N. Fine Apartments for Santonocito Commercial - residential building for J. Novograder Commercial - Residential Building Commercial - Residential Building for Joseph Schmulowitz Commercial Building Commercial Building for Forman & Wilkosky Commercial Building for Max Kuskin and Morris Levine Commercial Building for West Side Realty Four family apartment building Mt. Pleasant Niveh Zedek Synagogue Porches and alteration to dwelling Residence Residence Residence for B. Benjamin Residence for B. Benjamin Residence for B. Benjamin Residence for Celia Adams Residence for Congregation Chibas Residence for D. Winikur Residence for H. Kaplan Residence for Isaac Shendaroff Residence for Israel Weinburg Residence for J. Roodman Residence for J. Shenderoff Residence for M. Dunner Residence for M. Goldstein Residences for N. Sablowsky Sophia Beman Residence Two dwellings for J. Welensky Uzel Jacob Temple

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Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland

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Earl John Andrews
Birth/Established: November 16, 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 12, 1938 Earl John Andrews was born in Wilmington, Ohio on November 16, 1882. A Quaker, he was a graduate of Wilmington High School and Ohio State University class of 1904. While at Ohio State he spent summers apprenticing as a carpenter. He then went on to New York Technical School. He worked for the firm of Andrews and White in New York City for eighteen months. In late 1905 he established a business in Cleveland. According to his biography in "Avery", he was the first Cleveland architect to dispense with sub-contractors. He built 100 high-grade homes in the Wade Park allotment. He was a member of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, the Cleveland Builder's Exchange, the Civic League, the Shaker Heights Country Club, the Willowick Country Club, the Cleveland Athletic Club, the Cleveland Manufacturer's Club, and the Cleveland Automobile Club, and was an honorary member of the Tippecanoe Club. He was also a member of the Woodward Lodge of the Masons. He lived at 2170 South Overlook in Cleveland Heights, and later, at 1878 East 90th Street. He died on January 12, 1938 and is buried at Acadia Park Cemetery in Mayfield Heights.

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Building List
Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building E.W. Biggs Residence Hascal Residence Henry C. Wick Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for D.T. Perry Residence for F. Weinhauser Residence for Henrietta Orthoff Residence for Nellie M. Raxeler Second United Presbyterian Church Date 1911 1911 1907 1920 1919 1908 1908 1908 1908 1910 1910 1913 1914 1915 1915 1915 1915 1923 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1919 1919 1922 1923 1924 1924 1924 1924 1922 1917 1918 1918 1911 1918 1911 2340 1563 2222 10917 2159 2171 2215 2169 2185 2805 16980 10610 2241 2275 2550 2517 2531 2920 2733 2215 2221 1492 1496 1522 1477 10824 11107 2916 11201 11015 10903 11115 11125 2241 Address 1337 1341 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing

Clarence O Arey
Birth/Established: 1857 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1896 Clarence O. Arey was a Victorian - era architect born in Buffalo, New York who had sucessful careers in both architecture and medicine. He graduated from the University of Michigan in Civil Engineering and settled in Cleveland as an architect by 1881, with an office in the Blackstone Block. He lived at a home he designed at 1854 East 79th Street. As an architect he had several major commissions including the Case School Gymnasium and School of Applied Science. He also designed two Euclid Avenue mansions. Three of his commissions were featured in the "Inland Architect", a notable architectural periodical of the time. His career occurred prior to the City of Cleveland issuance of building permits, thus much of his work remains unidentified. Upon the death of a son from diphtheria, he pursued a course in medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He returned to Cleveland, studying the different forms and causes of diptheria. He died at the age of thirty-nine, leaving a widow and two small children. He is buried in Lakeview Cemetery.

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The company would move its operations to 14230 Euclid in East Cleveland. Cole Residence for Mrs.5 1884 . Room 519 . W. Johnston Residence for O. Preston Residence for Clarence O. Cutler Residence F.H.5 1888 1890 1888 1889 1889 1884 . Leuty Residence Double Residence for Henry Wick Eben J.12 1845 1819 1928 1221 1910 11210 2407 1588 1833 3900 1529 . It became a part of Kajima USA Group in 2005.M.contractor. He lived and worked at 4401 Broadway later moving to Willoughby. The company expanded into one of the nation's largest building concerns.C. Galbraith Residence for Mrs.A. Cobb Residence James H. designing and constructing huge industrial buildings. Austin Company Birth/Established: 1861 Biography: Death/Disolved: present The Austin Company was founded by English .A.W. 4 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He was born in the village of Orton.born Samuel J.Cleveland. Russia. They brought important energy-saving innovations into factory plans. 1850 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 23. Foster William L. England where he became a carpenter and joiner. Samuel Austin finished his apprenticeship in 1871 settling in Cleveland where he became a house carpenter.37 305 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Samuel J. Austin Birth/Established: June 16.601 Lakeside Ave. Worley Residence Jimmel Building John Burry Residence Joseph Shields Residence O. Coltman Residence for Valentine Morris Van Tine Residence Warehouse on Huron Street for Mr. Austin (1850-1936).A. He immigrated to the United States and to Cleveland in 1872.5 1888 1890 1885 1888 1888 1888 1888 1889 1883 1890 7503 2025 11415 7307 8114 2170 1880 3231 1604 . Meech Residence Remodeling of Case School of Applied Science Residence for C.Building List Structure Case School Gymnasium Commercial Building for James Tracy Congregational Church on Franklin D. The company remains based in Metropolitan Cleveland. Taylor Residence for Henry Wick Residence for Irving Baldwin Residence for Jane Reyan Residence for Mrs. The company started as Samuel Austin Carpenter contactor with offices at 4401 Broadway. OH 44114 . The company would later become Samuel Austin and Son Company when son Wilbert Austin (1878 . Taylor Residence Gladstone Flats J. By 1931 the company had designed over 5. with offices in Mayfield Heights. He became a naturalized American citizen in 1880. Rice Reisdence Date 1888 1892 1883 1890 1883 1884 1889 1889 1888 1884 . where he became an independent carpenter . Austin Company was hired by the Soviet government to build a large industrial plant and housing for the Nijni auto plant in Novogorod.000 industrial plants and had over 17 branch offices.J.216-664-2531 . Arey Residence for Frederick Haines Residence for G. Duty Residence George H.5 1890 1889 1883 1891 1884 . Fields Residence J.1940) joined the company. 1936 Samuel Austin was the founder of the Austin Company.

In Cleveland he was a member of the Chamber of Commerce and the Civil Engineer's Club. Florence. Room 519 . Geneva. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Venice.601 Lakeside Ave. Timothy Missionary Baptist Church . where he served two terms as an alterman. From 1903 to 1913 he formed a partnership with William H. He went to work in the office of Toronto architect R.F. In 1907 he visited Athens. Catharines.Cleveland. Ontario. After extensive travel in the United States and Canada he settled in Cleveland in 1887. Milan. Pilgrim Congregational Church (1893). In Cleveland he designed numerous churches including St. He was a firm believer in the union of Canada and the United States. and commercial structures he was mainly recognized as a church architect. His father was engaged in the lumber. libraries. a major Toronto concert hall. Windeyer where he designed Massey Hall. Catharines. His family later moved to the Niagara region of Ontario. Although he designed single-family residences. Building List Structure Addition to Commercial Building for W.216-664-2531 5 of 210 . He was also the architect of the Georgian Revival style Jones Home for Children (1902) .H. Berlin. and St. Sidney Badgley began his career by making construction plans for his father's business. general manufacturing and building business. Scranton Avenue Baptist Church (1893). where he attended the Grantham Academy. Paris and the British Isles.7101 Carnegie Avenue (1891). The family later moved to St. apartment buildings.Building List Structure Canton Steel Foundry Cape Town Explosives CAS Products Chase Brass and Copper Chase Brass and Copper Cleveland Automoatic Machine Company Dayton Metal Pro Ducts Edgewater Steel Company Engine Machine Company Factory Frantz . 25th Street.3518 W. Rome. Badgley was born in Earnstown. Ontario. He died at his home at Springbrook Farm in Willoughby in 1917 and was buried in Victoria Cemetery in St. He was married twice. Schlothan Shipyards West End Chemical Company Date nd nd 1918 1929 nd 1918 1918 nd 1918 1918 nd nd 1929 nd 1917 nd nd nd nd 1917 1917 nd 1918 nd nd Address City Canton Cape Town Columbus Euclid Cleveland Cleveland Dayton Oakmont Matoon Buffalo Cleveland Cleveland Euclid Lima Cincinnati Cleveland East Cleveland Novgorod Baldwin Massillon Cleveland Ketchikan Amherst Ketchikan Death Valley State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA IL NY OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Russia NY OH OH AK OH AK CA Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Sidney R Badgley Birth/Established: 1850 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1917 Sidney R. Cologne.Permier Company Geometric Stamping Geometric Stamping Company Gram .C. Catharines. While he was abroad he made a special study of Old World Cathedrals. Ontario. John's Presbyterian Church on Murray Hill Road (1893). Quimby Andrus Apartments Apartment Building Apartment building for Milton Day Date 1901 1893 -4 1903 1899 Address 500 2520-4 8417 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Naples. OH 44114 . Nicklas.Bernstein Company Factory Laidlow Works Musterole Company Nela Park Nijni Auto Plant Ordinance Engineering Company Reliance Manufacturing Standard Equipment Sunny Point Packing Company United States Automatic W. He later moved back to St. His buildings are found throughout the United States and Canada.

24 5218 . Strong and Company Fidelity Baptist Church First Christian Church First Congregational Church First Congregational Church Date 1903 1898 1893 1893 2900 nd 1900 1890 1890 1901 1897 nd 1893 1891 1894 1896 1900 1895 1891 1899 1900 1898 1902 1901 1904 1888 1898 1891 1892 1890 1909 1889 nd 1891 1891 1889 1899 1889 1893 nd 1897 1891 1896 1891 nd 1895 1895 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH NY OH OH OH OH OH OH RI Ontario. Quimby Cornelius Sherman Residence D.L.Residential Building for Ida May Turner Commercial . Murphy Commercial Building for T. Coblitz Commercial Building for A.E.21 Cleveland Montreal Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1907 2262 5420 2013 6565 8410 8402 700 431 140 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland South Bend Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Springfield Sandusky Wellington Cleveland Landmarks Commission . F. Berhard Dunham Apartments Elizabeth Warner Residence Epworth Memorial Methodist Church Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church Euclid Avenue M.H. Schreiber & C. Catharines Cleveland Montreal Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1480 .H. Judkins Calvary Baptist Church Carnegie Library Cedar Avenue Baptist Church Centenary Methodist Church Charles Babcock Residence Charles Babcock Residence Charles Elson Residence Charles Mills Residence Church for South Presbyterian Congregation Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons Commercial . OH 44114 .R.4 509 2043 .M.Structure Apartment House Apartment house for Jane Carter Arthur Garford Residence Baptist Church Barn for William Beckenbach Becker Residence Boarding and Livery Barn Bolton Avenue Presbyterian Chapel Bolton Street Presbyterian Chapel Buena Vista Apartments for J.5 2114 2114 2071 747 10302 8705 8705 1762 2905 3162 1353 Cleveland Elyria Gouverneur Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Providence St.J. Church Factory for Buckeye Electric Company Factory for Taylor. Rocks Residence Deering Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church Doan Palace Baths & Natatorium Dominion Methodist Church Double Dwelling for Frederick W.H.H.Residential Building for P.Cleveland. Canada OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH ME OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH IN OH OH OH OH IL OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing 2520 .601 Lakeside Ave.6 6004-10 2160-6 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 500-2 3302 1816 2879 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland South Paris 1780 5218 . Bruch Double Residence for Frederick Bruch Double Residence for Mrs.5 12547 2043 . Brooks Commercial building for W.M. Room 519 .H.216-664-2531 6 of 210 . Doane $3000 Commercial Building for W. Canada OH Quebec. Muller Residence D.residential building Commercial .

E.Structure First Congregational Church First German Methodist Episcopal Church First M.5 1914 1894 1893 1889 1894 1891 1890 1894 .E.601 Lakeside Ave.E. Church Mott Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church Mt. Biggs Residence Perkins Observatory Date 1900 1893 1899 1899 1901 1888 -9 1894 . Paine Residence Jane Mix Reisdnece Jennings Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church John Brown Residence John Grant Residence John Malpas Residence Jones Home for Children Joseph Fritz Reisdence Kinsman Street Congregational Church Ludwig Herman Reisdence Ludwig Herman Residence Mark Thompson Residence Massey Hall Medina County Infirmary Medina Opera House Methodist Church Methodist Episcopal Church Methodist Episcopal Church Millburn Memorial M.Cleveland.E. Church First Methodist Church First Methodist Episcopal Church First Methodist Episcopal Church First Presbyterian Church Foundry and manufacturing building for Dippo Manufacturing Frank Kitzsteiner Residence Frank Morrow Residence Free Will Baptist Church George Mitchell Reisdence Glenwood Methodist Episcopal Church Gordon Avenue Methodist Church Grace M. Residence James H. R. OH 44114 . Church First M. Clark Jr.8 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Buffalo Cleveland Cleveland Washington Court House Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toronto Medina Medina Mercer Foochow 121 Malvern South Bend New York City 1849 1214 Alliance Niles Cleveland Delaware Cleveland Landmarks Commission .5 1893 1890 1894 1888 1888 1892 1895 1895 1894 1891 1890 1892 1890 1892 1892 1899 1895 1892 1902 1895 1901 1889 1888 nd 1889-94 1894 1899 1899 1896 1896 1900 1896 1893 1899 1888 nd Address 3232 2394 City Lorain Cleveland Austin State OH OH IL OH IL OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH NY OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario. Room 519 . Newcomb Residence Henry Hammersley House Herbert Lee Residence Herman Foote Residence Herman Foote Residence Horace Kendall Residence Hough Avenue Baptist Church Hough Avenue Congregational Church James H. Church First M.216-664-2531 7 of 210 .E. Church Grace Methodist Episcopal Church H.D. Canada OH OH OH China OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished 104 123 60 501 300 Troy Matoon Barnesville Norwalk Wellsville Warren Cleveland 2075 10210 8402 2168 6515 2408 12048 1849 1935 2335 2335 1899 1650 8520 6806 6816 2083 2587 2041 2203 7306 3518 2134 5719 2196 2196 680 15 6144 216 . Union Methodist Episcopal Church Niles Methodist Church P.

H. Pelton Residence for W. Hunt Steel and brick addition for W.601 Lakeside Ave.R. OH 44114 . Room 519 . J. Robinson Residence for Frank Adams Residence for George Richardson Residence for George Richardson Residence for H.B. Paul's AME Zion Church St. Robinson Residence for Henry Kessler Residence for Henry Newcomb Residence for James C.Structure Permanent Block Pilgrim Congregational Church Point St.H. Northway Residence for F. Clair Methodist Episcopal Church St. Church St. Briggs Residence for R. Canada Ontario. Moore Residence for Elmer E. Reid Residence for James Kyser Residence for James Kyser Residence for John Henderson Residence for Park Realty Residence for Pierson D.W. Canada OH OH OH PA Ontario.216-664-2531 8 of 210 . Doan Date 1893 1893 nd 1897 1891 1890 1891 1900 1889 1889 1889 1892 1892 1892 1890 1900 1888 1888 1888 1900 1889 1895 1889 1889 1889 1894 1900 1889 1889 1899 1891 1898 1898 1893 1890 1893 nd 1894 . Canada OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario.W. Paul's M.5 1894 1899 nd 1888-9 1901 1891 1890 1901 1888 1891 1891 1888 Address 738-746 2592 City Cleveland Cleveland Montreal Pakenham State OH OH Quebec. Paul's Presbyterian Church St.K. Moore Residence for Edward W. Charles Methodist Church Presbyterian Church Redeemer Missionary Baptist Church (Grace Protestant Episcopal Church) Reisdence for Elmer E. Malone Remodeling of South Cleveland Banking Company Residence for Arthur May Residence for Benjamin Dimmick Residence for Delphia Day Residence for Edward W.W. Pauls Methodist Episcopal Church St. Moore Residence for Edward W. Canada IN OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished 9028 1519 2162 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1871 5818 2220 2053 2059 2063 1527 1793 1761 9307 9332 2245 1756 6003-5 2175 2179 1886 119 2149 2077 1921 1876 1880 6917 1965 3095 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kingston Delaware 10503 2093 473 933 7101 2069 Cleveland Cleveland Danville Ottawa South Bend Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 8601-3 7501 . Todd Residence for William McFarland Residence for William McFarland Rev.Cleveland.E. Northway Reisdence for Levi H. Malone Residence Richard Richards Residence Scranton Avenue Baptist Church Second Methodist Church Slocam Library for Ohio Wesleyan University St. Sterling Residence for Will P.7 2445-51 2121 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Quimby Store and tenement Stores and Apartments for Oliver Dubroy Superior Street Baptist Church Tenement for W. Timothy Missionary Baptist Church Stamping Works for H.

Structure The Alda Apartments for Nathan Possons The Sawyer Apartments for Nathan Possons Trinity Methodist Church Two . Engineer and Builder highlighted the firms work. Church First Methodis.Three story brick apartment for the Milton Building Union Congregational Church United Missionary Baptist Church W. Canada OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished 9128 9312 8520 5 8916 10022 1561 6010 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland St.H. Cable Residence Calvary Presbyterian Church Chapel Central Methodist Church Church Church at Cleveland Day Nursery Eberhart Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church (now First United Methodist Church) Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church Fairmount Methodist Church First Baptist Church First Christian Church First M. Joseph Coshocton Sioux City Wichita Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Nicklas. Building List Structure Boulevard Presbyterian Church Broadway M.E.E.216-664-2531 9 of 210 . OH 44114 .V.E.E. Church First M. Church Broadway Methodist Episcopal Church (Grace Apostolic Church) Brooks Building Building (Kindergarten) C.601 Lakeside Ave. Canada IL WI OH IN Status Standing Unkown Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing 1910 1904 1907 1904 1904 1904 1906 -8 1904 1904 1915 1909 1904 1906 1910 2404 14284 216 South Bend Cleveland Heights Wichita Jacksonville Decatur Logansport IN OH KA IL IL IN OH OH MP Indiana MO OH IA KA Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 2 301-3 203 310 142 608 Athens Dover Yazoo City Clinton St. Catharines Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Badgley and Nicklas Birth/Established: 1904 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1913 Badgley and Nicklas specialized in the design of churches. Room 519 .Episcopalian Church First Methodist Church First Methodist Church First Methodist Episcopal Church First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church Date 1911 1904 1907 1906 1904 1908 1906 1905 1904 1904 1904 1912 201 419 15509 131 Address 1319 City Cleveland Logansport Indianapolis Cleveland Cleveland New Philadelphia Cleveland Calgary Freeport Wausau Cleveland Mishawaka State OH IN IN OH OH OH OH Alberta.3 1877 1889 1890 1893 1895 Address 4022-4106 4022-4106 9900 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario. It was in existence between 1904 and 1913. An article in the July 1912 Ohio Architect. Church First M.Cleveland. The principles were Sidney Badgley and William H. Doane Residence Wade Park Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church Welland Avenue United Church William Folson Residence and Store William Sayle Residence Willson United Methodist Church Woodland Avenue Methodist Church Date 1899 1899 1894 1901 1891 1891 1888 1892 .

Structure First Presbyterian Church First United Methodist Episcopal Church Fourth Reformed Church Fourth United Presbyterian Church George M. Skiles Residence George W. Schryver Residence Grace Methodist Episcopal Church Highland Park Presbyterian Church John Hadlow Residence Lakewood First Congregational Church Lakewood M.E. Church Lakewood Methodist Episcopal Church Light Manufacturing for T.H. Brooks M.E. Church Manuel Evangelical Church Methodist Church Michigan Avenue Baptist Church Morgenthaller Double House Record Memorial Chapel Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church Residence Residence for Arthur and Allen Odell Residence for Clarence and Floyd Shook Residence for F.W. Robinson Second Street M.E. Church St. John's AME Church St. John's Presbyterian Church St. Paul's Episcopal Church St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church Terrace for Charles Elston Trinity M.E. Church Tuscarawas County Infirmary Wade Park Methodist Episcopal Church Willson Avenue Boys Club Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church

Date 1914 1913 1909 1907-8 1907 1906 1907 - 8 1910-11904 1913 1904 1913 1911 1904 1908 1907 1907 1904 1907 1904 1907 1906 1906 1905 1906 1908 1906 1907 1912 - 4 1906 1906 1907 1907 1904 1908

Address 323 325

City Howell South Bend Cleveland

State MI IN OH OH OH OH OH MI OH OH OH OH OH IL OH IL MI OH OH IN OH OH OH OH OH OH OH VA WA OH OH OH OH OH MI

Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing

1055 1877 168 14 2950-2 18000 15700 15700 5215 2536 203 1510-2 1004 10822 13231-3 1910 6002 2261 2062 42 1620 10411 701 8520 1523 8501

Cleveland Shelby Cleveland Zanesville Highland Park Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Winchester Cleveland Carthage Saginaw Cleveland Conneaut Richmond Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Zanesville Cleveland Cleveland Salem Spokane Cleveland Chillicothe Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Detroit

Frank Wooster Bail
Birth/Established: July 3, 1891 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 1964 Frank W. Bail was born in Wellsville, Ohio in 1891. He attended Glenville High School and graduated from East Tech High School. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from Columbia University in 1917. He served in the army as a lieutenant during World War I, where he was wounded. He spent the next two years in army hospitals. After the war, he settled in Cleveland where he was employed as assistant City architect. In 1922 he established the Frank W. Bail Company, architect. He is best known as the architect of the Neo-Classical Fifth Church of Christian Science and the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Building. He left Cleveland during the depression in the 1930's, moving to Fort Myers, Florida.

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Structure B.P.O. Elks Temple Commercial Building Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Fifth Church of Christian Science Florida State University Master Plan Date 1929 1927 1930 1926 1947 2165 11625 Address 1762 City Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Gainesville State OH OH OH OH FL Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished

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Structure Ivanhoe Square Block and Theatre Lake Shore Hotel Lorain County Tuberculosis Hospital Navy Carrier Base Oakcrest Ohio Courts Building with Harry Hake Packard Dealership for Clint Fisk Union Trust Building VA-NP Hospital

Date 1926 1925 Nd 1950 1928 1933 nd 1926 1951

Address 16341-7

City Cleveland Lakewood Amherst

State OH OH OH FL OH OH OH OH FL

Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished

12506 65 11703

Lakewood Columbus Cleveland Cleveland

Frederick Baird
Birth/Established: September 23, 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1920 Frederick Baird was born in Bangor, Maine, but came to Cleveland with his family at the age of three. He was a graduate of West High School in Cleveland. After graduation he went to work in the office of Charles Schweinfurth, as he pursued his studies for three and a half years. He later went to work for Coburn & Barnum and then became foreman and designer for Lehman and Schmitt. While with that firm he designed many residences, courthouses and other buildings throughout the country. His wife was Mamie Zangerle Baird, the sister of county auditor John A. Zangerle. In 1898 he set up an office in the American Trust Building. A motto taken from Longfellow hung over his desk: "In the older days of art. Builders wrought with greatest care, Each minute and unseen part, For the gods see everywhere." He designed a wide variety of structures, including houses, terraces, apartments, and commercial buildings. He designed the Salvation Army Citadel Building; the first reinforced concrete constructed building in Ohio. He submitted two drawings for the proposed Forest City Savings Bank Building on the corner of West 25th Street and Detroit Avenue, although neither of his designs was chosen. Steffens, Searles & Hirsh eventually won the contract. His most famous building is St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Tremont. He was a member of the Cleveland Architectural Club. In 1917 he made a trip to Japan, China, Hong Kong, Korea and Manchuria. He died on February 16, 1920 of cancer and is buried in Lake View Cemetery.

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Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building for D.C. Tuck Apartment Building for Fred Axel Apartment building for Ingram Realty Apartment Building for P.F. Kinney Augustus Loew Residence Biscuit Factory for Robinson Bros. Bolton Manor Apartments Brick addition for D.C. Dellenger Residence C.H. Jaite Country Residence - Hines Hill Road Charles Polster Building Church of the Ascension expansion Cleveland & Sandusky Brewery Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Commercial bldg for J.H. DeCrumbe Commercial Building for Jacob Vidmar Commercial Building for John Cain Concrete Terrace for M.F. Bramley Detroit M.E. Church Eastman Apartments F.M. Leick Residence F.W. Gehring Residence Date 1901 1905 1901 1907 1905 19031899 1905 1899 1904 1905 1904 1900 1905 1900 1902 1899 1907 1905 1902 1899 1903 11014-11024 1457 8358 3830 5800 7528 12598 9 & 11 1779-81 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Boston Mills Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished

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Structure Frank Mares Residence Frederick Baird Residence G.W. Gehring Residence Helen Starke Residence Henry Born Residence Inverness Apartment House Isaac Leisy Brewing Company Barley Storage House J. Sullivan Residence Addition J.F. Doyle Residence J.W. Juenglin Residence Jay Curran Residence John Gehring Residence Leo Mayer Residence McGuire Residence Newburgh Heights Public Hall and Police Station Pollner Residence Residence Residence Residence for Carl Schuele Residence for D.R. Davies Residence for E.H. Putt Residence for Fred W. Gehring Residence for Fred W. Gehring Residence for H.B. Townsend Residence for J.K. Webster Residence for J.R. Ingram Residence for John Doe Residence for Louis Koehl Residence for Martha Robinson Residence for Mathilde Junge Residence for W.F. Gehring Residence for W.H. Blank Residence for W.J Krause Residence for William Kuehny Residence for William Kuehny Salvation Army Citadel Salvation Army Rescue Home Samuel Mintz Residence Sargent Residence Seager Residence St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral Store and apartment for Dr. Ethel Weideman Terrace Turnbull Terraces W.J. Ingram Residence W.J. Ingram Residence West Side Turn Hall West Steel Casting William Schiffel Residence William Wooters Residence Wilmer A. Neill Residence

Date 1904 1906 1902 -3 1902 1905 1907 1900 1916 1901 1906-7 1904 1900 1901 nd 1905 1900 1907 1914 1903 1909 1903 1896-7 1896-7 1904 1907 1898 1903 1907 1901 1897 1896 1901 1898 1900 1900 1902 1905 1899 1898 1901 1911 1907 1906 1902 1902 nd 1900 1915 1897 1907-8 1899

Address 1440

City Lakewood Cleveland Orange Township

State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH

Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing

7206 12902 1523

Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland

1947 1901 14213 32972 8806 16125

Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Avon Lake Cleveland Lakewood Newburgh Heights

1823 1508 3090 1485-7 1567 1548 1437 1299 1351 1798 1497 7312 1437 7316 7320 1283 1303 2300-6 5905 1479 10021 3002 733

Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Lakewood Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland

10409-17 7702-12 1422 1422 3907 811 1990 1241 1490

Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood

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Structure YMCA Addition

Date 1901

Address 3204

City Cleveland

State OH

Status Demolished

George Barber
Birth/Established: 1854 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1915 George Barber was based in Knoxville, Tennessee. He was active in the late Victorian era, and designed houses throughout the country. The bulk of his business was through catalogue sales. He was the publisher of "American Home" magazine.

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Structure Residence for Charles Rush Residence for Corwin Payne Date 1903 1904 Address 880 850 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing

Frank Seymour Barnum
Birth/Established: November 25, 1850 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 17, 1927 Frank Seymour Barnum was born in Norwalk, Ohio, and educated in Norwalk public schools. He was the assistant engineer with the Morris Run Coal Company in Pennsylvania. He came to Cleveland in 1871. He worked in the office of Joseph Ireland for four years prior to entering into a partnership with Forrest A. Coburn in 1877. After Coburn's death in 1897 the firm became known as the F.S. Barnum Company. He became Superintendent of Buildings for the Cleveland Board of Education in 1895. During his twenty years at the school board he designed forty-five schools and forty-nine annexes or additions. Barnum was also the architect of the Commercial style Caxton and Park Buildings, several churches and houses. In 1904 Briggs and Nelson purchased Frank Barnum's interest in the firm and formed the firm of Briggs and Nelson. Barnum was a Charter member of the American Institute of Architects. He retired as architect for the school board in 1914. He continued to act as a consultant for Cleveland and for any school. He died in Miami, Florida and is buried in Lakeview Cemetery.

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Structure A.M. Ford Residence A.W. Barber Store and Apt A.W. Chamberlain Residence A.W. Kilbourne Residence All Souls Universalist Church Addition Apartments fo Alfred Arther August Schuyle Residence Barkwill School Barkwill School Annex Bartlett Residence Bolton School Bolton School Annex Bolton School Annex Boulevard School Brainard Block Brandon (Murray Hill) School Brandon (Murray Hill) School Brooks Company Brownell School annex Buhrer School Buhrer School Annex Case School Case Woodland School Caxton Building Central (John Burroughs) School Date 1904 nd Nd nd 1898 1901 1904 1896 1905 1904 1913 1895 1896 1911 nd 1895 1903 nd 1903 1907-9 1897 1911 c 1905 1901-2 1911 812 1610 12015 2036 715 1308 2101 2101 9700 5215 5605 334 196 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Geneva Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished

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Room 519 . Watterson Frank S.J. Roosevelt School Fruitland School Fullerton School G. H.A. Baker Residence E.601 Lakeside Ave.Structure Central Friendly Inn Cherry Street School Claflin Building Clara Morris School Clara Morris School addition Clark School addition Clark School Annex Cleveland Trade West Cleveland Trade West addition Collinwood High School Collinwood Memorial School Comey and Johnson Building Commercial Building for Louis Pollock Commercial Building for Walton Brothers Cooke Hubbard Building Cora Gayer and Julia Silcox Residence Corwin Building Crittenden Building Dawning School Annex Denison School Annex Detroit School addition Dike School Dike School Annex E. Barnum Residence Frank S. OH 44114 . Barnum Residence Franklin D.216-664-2531 14 of 210 .A. Holmden Apartment Eagle Avenue Storage East Denison School East Denison School East High of Commerce East High School East Tech Euclid Avenue Congregational Church Factory for Joseph Perkings Fairmount Junior High School Annex First Baptist Church First German Baptist Church (Iglesia De Dios Pentacostal) First Presbyterian Church Forman Bassett Hatch Co Frame addition for Frederick Albrecht Frame residence for H.Cleveland. Dodge Residence Geneva Savings Bank George Fischer Hotel George Hoyt Residence Gilbert School Glenville Country Club Glenville High School Date 1906 -7 ca 1895 nd 1911 1913 c 1907 1895 1905 1913 1907 1909 10 nd 1901 1902 1901 1899 nd nd 1913 1901 1905 1911 1911 nd nd ca 1900 1902 1911 nd 1900 1907 8 1900 2 1901 1913 nd 1898 nd nd 1901 1904 1898 1891 1910 1903 1897 1903 1903 1903 nd 1898 nd 1904 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished 191 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 410 1426 7735 215-23 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 9419 157 4430 3100 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 868 1700 1700 1380 9610 1450 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2379 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 36 1873 1905 1441 5810 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Vermilion Cleveland 3288 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .

51 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 6203 572 1572 7617 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 7412 3001 1380 2525 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 767 2525 2640 4103 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 5405 2626 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights 11617 Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland 1414 Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission . OH 44114 .F. O.S. Sheppard Residence JJ Date Residence John Glenn Residence John Glenn Residence John Glenn Residence John Hay High School John Mathews Residence Kentucky School Remodelling Kinsman School Addition Lake School Landon School Annex Lawn School Lincoln High School Lincoln School Longwood School Manufacturing building fro H.216-664-2531 15 of 210 . Room 519 .Structure Glenville High School Annex Goodrich Farm Grace Church Granger Methodist Episcopal Church Granger Township School H.J. Hubbard Cooke Residence Mrs.Cleveland.J. Keller Residence Oak School Annex Oakland School Date 1911 nd nd 1902 1903 1902 1904 c1899 1899 1903 1908 1904 1908 c1899 nd 1904 1911 1887 1898 nd nd 1898 nd 1902 nd 1899 1908 1900 1905 1905 1901 1895 1902 1899 1900 1909 1899 1898 1896 c 1906 1909 1913 1902 1908 1904 nd nd nd 1913 1909 1903 1901 1895 Address City Cleveland Summit County Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 11427 7901 1903 6900 6900 11529 1900 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Chagrin Falls Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1449 .B. Perkins Margaret Beavis Residence Marion School Marion School Mayflower School addition Memphis School Milford School Milford School Annex Mound School Mrs Crowell Residence Mrs. Gordon Residence Mt.601 Lakeside Ave. Lyman Residence Halle School Harmon School Harriet Turreff Residence Harvard School Harvard School Annex Harvey Rice School Harvey Rice School Annex Hicks School Hiram House Camp Hodge School Hodge School Annex Hough School Imperial Hotel Independence School J.F. Date Residence J. Pleasant School Murray Hill School Annex N.

H.K.P Cattral Residence Reginald Phillips Residence Residence for John Glenn Rockefeller Park Stables Rockwell Headquarters Annex Rosedale Relief School S. Turreff Residence W.216-664-2531 16 of 210 . Jennings Residence Park Building Parkwood School Annex Plymouth School Quincy School Quincy School Annex R.F. OH 44114 .S. James Church addition Summer Residence of Dr. Millikin Three sty addition to Plain Dealer Publishing Tod School Tod School Annex Tremont School Tremont School Annex Trinity Baptist Church Union School Unity Church W.F. Room 519 . Huntington Residence Wade Park School Annex Warehouse Annex Waring School Waring School Warner School Warner School Annex Warner School Annex Warren School Warren School Rebuild Washington Park School Watterson School West High School West Manual School Date 1901 1909 1901 1904 1904 1911 1877 1904 1911 ca 1900 1897 1904 1901 1877 1898 1899 nd 1911 1895 nd 1903 1913 1899 1903 1904 1895 1899 1900 1908 1901 1901 1904 1910 3 1906 1900 1897 1904 1904 1899 1877 1899 c 1911 3 1884 1901 1902 1912 1921 1913 1913 1913 1906 1902 c1909 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished 4115 6916 2163 140 1171 7612 1797 2172 1858 1572 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2061 3349 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3170 8005 7927 1673 Cedar Road Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3028 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2455 7440 6701 8125 2472 1961 2163 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4455 4433 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4000 1422 6807 Newburgh Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Structure Old Miles School Old Miles School Annex Orchard School Annex Otto Miller Residence Otto Mueller Residence Outhwaite School Annex P.P. Gage Residence W. Beach Residence R. L.Cleveland.601 Lakeside Ave.B. Fenn Residence Addition Sackett School addition Scranton School Annex Shilo Baptist Church Sibley (Jane Addams) School Annex South Presbyterian Church Sowinski School Sowinski School Annex St.

He was also a member of the Cleveland Grays. By 1885 he was in business for himself as an architect. was a draftsman who worked for Fenimore Bate from 1889 until 1894.Cleveland. He was also the architect of several hotels and hotel additions. and the Latham Brightman House. Architect Edward E. He first appears in the 1876-7 Cleveland City Directory as a draftsman for architect Walter Blythe. Ohio. and the addition to the Standard Lighting Building (1895). Room 519 . Fenimore Bate died on June 27. Bate was born in Cleveland.Structure West Tech High School White Tool rebuilding Willard School Willard School Annex William Beasden Residence Willson School Woodland Avenue Presbyterian Church Woodland Hills School Annex Woodland School Annex Wooldridge School YMCA Date 1912 1899 1895 1908 1904 1903 nd 1898 1908 1902 1904 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 1236 2220 1947 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Fenimore C Bate Birth/Established: 1857 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1903 Fenimore C.601 Lakeside Ave.216-664-2531 17 of 210 . He was buried in Lake View Cemetery. store windows) and alterations (miscellaneous on upper suites) Albert House Residence Alexander Marshall Residence Alteration to Residence of Thomas and John Mooney Date 1891 1887 1882 1885 1895 1894 1902 1902 1220 1297-9 8504 5363 340 Address 2337 2927 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 1886 1886 1895 2422 2366 1773 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Everett Residence Acid Works for Hayes & Co Addition for American Wire Company Addition to Cleveland Press Building Addition to Henry Shafer Residence Addition to Parish & Bingham Company Factory Additions (side. He left his estate to his wife Helen. Indiana. These include the Schellentrager House (built 1893). including Fremont and Toledo. 1903 at the age of forty six of apoplexy at home in his New Amsterdam apartment. Strong and Son marble dealers. He is best known as the architect of the Romanesque Revivalstyle Cleveland Grays Armory (1893). 8620 . northeast Ohio cities and towns. a popular building type in turn-of-the-century Cleveland. 1888 "Cleveland Town Topics" magazine said that Bate-designed homes "all show a refreshing departure from the stereotyped styles of a few years ago". the following year. He then went to work with Lyman. Building List Structure A. He was the architect of numerous houses for the middle and upper middle classes as well as of commercial buildings at a time when Cleveland's population was booming. 1234 Bolivar Road. who is also remembered for specializing in apartment building design. There is an article in the September 22. Duncan Residence Abbie Pettengill and Henry A. though apparently none of those survive. elevators. 1900 issue of the "Interstate Archtiect" that states that Bate was injured in an accident in his office where he dropped a battery with acid striking him in the face and neck causing him temporary blindness. Later in his career he designed more tenement or apartment buildings. His works were well documented in the architectural journals of the time. Smith.R. Several significant examples of Bate-designed Queen Anne houses survive. 690 Lakeview Road. now the Holmes County Historical Society (1901) in Millersburg. After a period of failing health. entrance. His houses appeared throughout Cleveland.6 Cedar Avenue. OH 44114 . he was a draftsman and. Throughout Bate's career he designed commercial and industrial buildings. the Henry Trenkamp House (1894-5). 1905 East 89th Street. The Megerth Block (1892-3). 4419-37 Perkins Avenue. an architect for the Cleveland Water Works Department. In 1883. and Indianapolis. including property that he owned on East 20th Street occupied by the Fenimore Apartments. An article in the March 17. are two extant commercial-industrial use buildings designed by Bate.

Room 519 . Swetland Residence and Barn Cerilla Apartments for Charles Stein Chelsea Apartment House for Harry Vail Cleveland City Forge & Iron Company Works Cleveland Grays Armory Cleveland Storage Company Warehouse Cleveland Water Works Boiler House (demolished) Cohn.residential building for Alfred Arthur D. Dangler Residence Dangler Store & Manufacturing Dewey Theatre for Martin Manning DeWitt Calkins Residence Double Residence for Ben Salberg Double Residence for Charles Heller Dr.Residential Building for Adam Kunz Commercial Building Commercial Building for Alfred Arthur Commercial building for Cohen & Drucker Commercial Building for D.R. James Stotter Residence E. Dangler Residence D.A. Morse Residence C. Factory Commercial .Structure Alterations and additions to American House Hotel for Putt & Reynolds Alterations to Forest City House Hotel Alterations to James Sprankle Residence Anneston Apartments for Charles Stein Apartment building for George Tipling Apartment Building for Henry Newcomb Apartment house for Adolph Friedman Arthur Block Arthur S.601 Lakeside Ave.E.L. Scheirer Commercial Building for David Hawley Commercial reisdential building for Jno Sheehan Commerical . Patterson Residence Engine House #17 Ernest Schellentrager Residence Date 1893 1890 1883 1899 1898 1900 1903 1890 1889 1889 1890-1 1888 1890 1886 1882 1885 1892 1899 1898 1883 1893 1884 1883 1902-3 1890 1880 1888 1890 1898 1894 1882 1890 1885 1888 1890 1899 1895 1889 1892 1897 1889 1894 1900 1897 1889 1890 1893 Address 631-51 225-01 3601 1945 1850 1894 1464 5013-27 1817 2559 1468 4901-15 2179 2054 1916 1933 6401 4411 1234 1944 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NY OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing 1140 1307 . Isom Residence E. Reaugh Residence Edvardus Apartments for John Edwards Edward L.W. OH 44114 .216-664-2531 18 of 210 .J. Lobdell Residence E. Gilman Residence Ben Salberg Residence Bethel House Hotel Bishop & Babcock Bishop and Babcock Factory Bradley Block Brick wire mill for Otis and Company C. Goodman and Co.C.8 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 5013-7 3010 3224 5017 1882 8520 2553-5 2331-3 2708 21 2170-2 1826 1833 5612 5305 690 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Hudson Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Cleveland.13 Cleveland Cleveland Buffalo 5013-27 500-2 1737 424 .S.

Structure Evelyn Apartments for Herschel Silberman F. Room 519 . OH 44114 .8 1886 1894 1891 1894-5 1901 1902 1892 1893 1886 1894 1888 1889 1901 1899 1885 1898 9 1889 1890 1887 1898 1897 1892-3 1886 1897 1893 Address 1857-65 6719 6900 1845-53 2304 1863 2416 4802 1944 2233 2483 1417 2265 3714 2738 8714 1427 635 1431 1899 4624 2097 1444 1773 1818 1669 8504 8504 1905 3523 . Roby Residence Latham Brightman Residence Laurel Block and apartments for M.H. Fetterman Residence Date 1900 .D. Craig Residence George H. Sigler Hotel St. Baker Residence George L.Hine Residence Harry Avery Residence Harry Dorner Residence Hastings Apartments for Alfred Arthur Hawthorne Apartments for John Frawley Henry Boyer Residence Henry Schafer Residence Henry Shafer Residence Henry Trenkamp Residence Hotel and commercial building for L.C. Schryver Residence George W.601 Lakeside Ave. Bate Fenimore Bate Residence Fenimore Bate Residence First Evangelical Reformed Church Frank K.Cleveland.27 3523-37 1916 2061 2426 1721 1144 1906 484 2915 2356-8 1893 1824 3525 2047 2160 1851 8620-6 1685-95 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mantua Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Millersburg Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 7911 Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .A.C. Clair for Lucius Sigler J.S. Herskovitz Lemuel Rawson Residence Lobdell Apartments for F. Trask Residence J.M. Fuller Residence H.A.C.1 1891 1888 1902 1885 1897 1885 1890 1889 1891 1886 1889 1884 1883 1896 1888 1882 1890 1898 1886 1893 1888 1884 1901-2 1897 . A. Glidden Residence Factory for Standard Tool Fairfax Apartments Fairmount Pumping Station Fenimore Apartments for F. Glidden Residence Fred Keppler Residence G. Bate Megerth Block (store and tenements) Mehnard Block Offices for Herbert Wright and Company (Interior) R. Dodge Residence Louis Schellentrager Residnece Louis Winch Residence Malone Residence Martha Apartments for F.C. Malone Residence James Mansur Residence Joseph Habson Residence Kennard Block (factories) L. Bate Lorenzo .216-664-2531 19 of 210 . Smith Residence George Walker Residence Gilbert Barnes Residence Glenville High School (later Oliver Wendall Homes School) Griffith Barnes Residence H.A.

) Bate Residence built for Wm Bingham Residence for A.J.R.E.601 Lakeside Ave.) Bate Rental residences for Helen (Mrs.) Bate Rental residences for Helen (Mrs.R.H. F. F. Johnson Store building for Henry Laub Stores and tenements for Fred Keppler Terrace for Jarvis Adams The Mierke (store and apartments) The Morgan Apartment Building for William Mogan The Towers Apartments Theatre for the Gehring Brewing Company Three dwellings for Charles French Tower Addition to First Reformed Church Transfer Building Date 1892 1892 1892 1892 1883 1894 1891 1891 1891 1901 1882 1889 1889 1889 1883 1889 1889 .C.C. Penfield Residence for Hiram Aiken Residence for James Rochford Residence for Mary Heisley Residence for Mary Heisley Residence for Thomas Quintrell Residence for W.) Bate Rental residences for Helen (Mrs. F.C.31 6900-18 321 2686 7901-7 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1221 3503-9 3703-9 2073-85 8517-27 2022 6104-6 1258 . F. OH 44114 .62 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1944 623-633 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .A. Hull & Company Residence for F. Lyman Residence Samuel Croxton Residence Sipe and Sigler Block Standard Lighting Company Building Standard Stove Company Addition Standard Tool Stephen Morris Summer Residence Storage house for Glidden and Joy Varnish Company Store and flat building for Charlotte Evans Store and tenemenet for Thomas Brothers Store and tenement for L.90 1889 1890 1890 1887 1891 1890 1890 1891 1889 1888 1888 1892 1895 1891 1893 1893 1890-1 1889 1899 1899 1885 1889 1886 1895 1889 1902-3 1892 1883 1889 1897 Address 5914 5916 5912 5910 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished 2332-4 2567-9 2571-5 2577-9 12629 2571 2573 2575 1454 2633-5 2420 1565 1833 1839 5817 1835 1795 1793 2389 1617 2910 5802 1232 3-story 4601 . Kelley Residence for William Clements Residence for William Clements Residence for William J.Cleveland. Duncan Residence for Anna & Charles Stein Residence for Anna & Charles Stein Residence for Anna & Charles Stein Residence for Captain Wilson Residence for Charles S.Structure Rental residences for Helen (Mrs.216-664-2531 20 of 210 .A.C. Gawne Residence for Wilson Dodge S. Paddock Residence for Charlotte Evans Residence for Charlotte Evans Residence for Charlotte Evans Residence for E. Room 519 .

1929 George William Beer was born in Ashland. and studied architecture at the Armour Institute of Technology in Chicago. Ohio. Trask Valentine Hausmann Residence Vernon Arms for Herschel Silberman Viola Flats for J. Alexander Residence W. 1880 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 21.601 Lakeside Ave. Hayes Summer Residence Warehouse and stable for East Ohio Gas Warehouse for Koblitz Brothers William A.Structure Two dwellings for Fred Keppler Two story frame barn for J. Luke's Hospital on May 21. West Virginia-based architect with a Cleveland office.C.B. Banks Residence William Beaumont Residence William H. He was a native of Wheeling.J. (See Dercum & Beer) Edward Beier Birth/Established: 1862 Death/Disolved: January 1917 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Mead and White from 1902 to 1904. O'Donnell W. He was buried in Ashland. Room 519 .Cleveland. He established a Wheeling office in 1909. He moved to Cleveland in 1906 and worked briefly with Hubbell and Benes. Building List Structure Capitol Theatre Colson Hall Lomond School Metropolitan Theater Moreland School National Bank of West Virginia Onaway School Shaker Heights Library Stifel Fine Arts Center Sussex Elementary School (Shaker Family Center) Wheeling Public Library Woodbury School Date 1928 1919-23 1928 1921-4 1924 1914-5 1923 1925 1910-2 1922 1910-1 1918 3115 16500 1330 19824 2100 15800 16500 17917 Address 1015 City Wheeling Morgantown Shaker Heights Morgantown Shaker Heights Wheeling Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Wheeling Shaker Heights Wheeling Shaker Heights State WV WV OH WV OH WV OH OH WV OH WV OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing George William Beer Birth/Established: November 23. OH 44114 . 1929. attended Wheeling public schools. He died during an operation at St. working in both Chicago and Pittsburgh. He worked in New York City for McKim.D. and Hornblower and Marshall from 1904 to 1906. Flood Residence William Ludlum Residence William Miller Residence Willis Holden Residence Woodland Hotel Zebulon Davis Residence Date 1884 1901 1902 1900 1897 1892 1887 1903 1899 1892 1891 1887 1890 1891 1886 1889 1893-6 Address 2684 1916 3188 7515 810 1936 4655 2298 213-21 8420 1810 8109 1856 7335 8409 7909 352 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ravenna Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Canton State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Charles Bates Birth/Established: 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1931 Charles Bates was a Wheeling.J. He designed several of the Shaker Heights city schools. He was architect and construction engineer for scores of high schools in Ohio and West Virginia.216-664-2531 21 of 210 . the Linly Military Institute. He began practicing architecture in 1904. with offices in Cleveland and Youngstown. He graduated from Cornell University in 1902.

OH 44114 . Benes and Hubbell. Benes of Chicago. He later became a partner in the firm of Coburn.216-664-2531 .Biography: Edward Beier was initially a draftsman in the office of Bernard VanDeVelde in the 1890 -7 Cleveland City Directories. Wade III's personal architect. Barnum and Benes that eventually became Coburn. Dominick Benes was born in Prague. He was a member of the firm of Best & Hoefler from 1920 until 1929. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Templar Farrell Motor Sales Date 1922 1922 1927 1921 Address 2646 2720 3675 3134 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Fred Betker Birth/Established: 1893 Death/Disolved: 1961 22 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He had designed the interior of the Wade yacht. His family immigrated to America in 1866. After returning to Cleveland he worked for Andrew Mitermiler from 1873 to 1876. After Forrest Coburn's death.601 Lakeside Ave. He was educated in the public schools of Prague and Cleveland. He was Jeptha H. Hubbell and Benes formed their own partnership. and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Florida. He went to work for his uncle architect John V. first settling in Chicago and then moving to Cleveland.Cleveland. He lived at 3017 Chatham in Ohio City with his sister and brother-in-law. That relationship eventually led to the commissions for the Wade Memorial Chapel at Lakeview Cemetery. Hoefler as its principals. and the music room of the Wade home at Euclid and East 40th Street. In 1905. He died in Mount Dora. Barnum. M. Austrian Empire and was ethnically Bohemian. The 1909-1916 Cleveland City Directory identifies him as an architect. Karda Two frame residences Date 1899 1894 1894 . Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Best and Hoefler Birth/Established: 1920 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1927 Cleveland architectural firm that had Karl Best and Edward G. He went on to work for the firm of Coburn and Barnum.5 1894 1894 1894 4919 Address 1133 2221 1674 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Karl Best Birth/Established: April 10. he was a City of Cleveland architect working in the Parks Department Building List Structure Two story frame dwelling for Clara and Fred Eyers Date 1901 Address 7016 City Cleveland State OH Status Standing W Dominick Benes Birth/Established: 1857 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1935 W. the Wade Residences in the Wade Allotment and Gates Mills. Room 519 . (see Hubbell & Benes) Building List Structure Finley Building James Cole Residence Philip Ziska Residence Residence for James Cole Residence for Mrs. 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1945 Karl Best was listed in Cleveland City Directories beginning in 1919.

216-664-2531 . OH 44114 . In Boston he was the architect of Bowdoin Square Theatre. He resigned because of poor health before Public Hall was completed. In the 1910 census he was living in Tacoma. Blackall and Page Birth/Established: 1902 Death/Disolved: 1913 23 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He lived at 907 Cambridge in Cleveland Heights. 1862 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 5. and completed the campus plan for the University of Illinois at Champaign -Urbana. As City architect he designed the original plans for Public Hall and later additions. the University of Illinois Auditorium. Massachusetts was in partnerhip with local architect George M.S. California where he was employed at a shipyard. 1945 Riley Austin Bissell was raised in Medina County. Blackall of Boston.Biography: Fred Betker was Polish-born. He was chairman of the Boston Chamber of Commerce. His firm also designed the Alpha Tau Omega house. Washington where he was employed as a contractor. where he worked on the design of the West Side Market. Building List Structure Edgewater Bathhouse Im Evangelical Lutheran Church Public Auditorium Wade Park Boat House Woodland Hills Park Comfort Station Date nd 1925 nd nd 1913 2325 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Riley Austin Bissell Birth/Established: April 19. and the U. the Wilbur Theatre. Building List Structure Lillian Towslee Residence Residence for Lillian Towslee Residence for Lillian Towslee Date 1895 1899 1899 Address 8118 7417 1431 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Clarence H Blackall Birth/Established: 1857 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1942 Clarence H. He had worked for Hubbell & Benes for twenty years. He died in Oakland in 1945. He was identified as both architect and general contractor in Cleveland City Directories. Room 519 . He was listed as a Cleveland architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1893 to 1901. Scolley Square Theatre. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1931 1928 1928 1927 1927 1947 1924 1926 Address 907 911 915 917 923 13427 1024 2590 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Frederic H Betz Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 10. Ohio. but never lived in Cleveland.601 Lakeside Ave.Cleveland. Betz was appointed the city's first architect. 1930 Frederic H. Trust Company. In 1920 he had moved to Oakland. Page from 1903 to 1908 in the firm Blackall & Page. He lived in Bay Village and was buried in Riverside Cemetery.

He is buried in Woodland Cemetery. from 1879 to 1880 he was a member of the firm of Blackburn and Charlot. Blackburn worked as an architect at Ackworth for an additional four years. Adams Terrace for H. From 1861 to 1864 he was a member of the firm of Blackburn and Fuller. In England he served as a seven year apprentice to William and Thomas Topam at Ackworth. Most of his buildings were constructed before building permits were required in Cleveland (1888) and remain unidentified. Richardson and Andrew Mitermiler worked in his office before they went into business in their own firms. and the District of Columbia.N. Yorkshire. the Central Ohio Insane Asylum in Columbus. Indiana. Clark Cleveland Baking Company Cleveland City Prison and Police Court Cleveland Provision Company Clinton French Building Commercial Building Commercial building for Benjamin Rose Dr. Yorkshire. Janes Two residences on Date 1905 1905 1908 1905 1905 1904 1905 1905 1904 1643 1575 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH NY OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Joseph M Blackburn Birth/Established: 1820 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1891 Joseph M. During his career he formed many partnerships. When not in partnership he was listed as working alone. From 1866 to 1868 he was a member of the firm of Blackburn and Koehler. As an architect from 1850 to 1891. Building List Structure Antioch Baptist Church Baptist Publication Society Ben T.E.B. England. and the remodeling of Presidential candidate James Garfield's Mentor home. Vincent's Charity Hospital. Streator Residence Dwelling for Isaac Reynolds Erie Street Baptist Church First Presbyterian Church Four dwellings for Price Brothers Frame dwelling on Sibley for C. Wisconsin. Blackburn was born in Cudworth. Couch Franklin Methodist Episcopal Church Date 1880 1878 1868 1890 1880 1860 1880 1855 1880 1889 1883 1864 1880 1868 1866-8 1883 1883 1867 3116 201 3 2074-60 2340 9803 3522 420 2130 9135 571 500 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Meadville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Youngstown Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .B.Biography: This firm was opened in 1902 with offices in the Scofield Building. Room 519 . He came to the United States and to Cleveland in 1850. He was the architect of private and public buildings in Ohio. J. Worthy S. About 1865 he moved to 471 Euclid Avenue. Clarence Blackall remained in Boston while George Page lived and worked in Cleveland. Illinois. Quilling Residence Keemar Terrace Office building for Ohio Ceramic Engineering Second German Baptist Church Terrace for C. he worked in Cleveland throughout the Victorian era in the Second Empire. Gothic and Italianate styles of his day.S. Pennsylvania. It is listed in Cleveland City Directories until 1913. and finally he was with the firm of Blackburn and Daniels. Joseph Lewis Residence Dr.601 Lakeside Ave. He was a member of the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church. the Ohio Deaf and Dumb Asylum in Columbus. OH 44114 .Cleveland.216-664-2531 24 of 210 . Building List Structure Brush Electric Light Company Caine Miller House Chester Bullock Residence Clement Apartment House for M. He received many significant commissions during his career including the St.

thus making it unidentifiable.Cleveland.7 1646 1877 1881 1674 202-8 2013-9 5815 2486 City Cleveland Mentor Meadville Cleveland Cleveland Titusville Cleveland Cleveland Titusville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Titusville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH PA OH OH PA OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing 1889 1880 1872 2025 4208 1228 . Building List Structure Chisholm Steel Shovel Building Cummins Block Date 1880 1880 Address 1580 143 . Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Chandler Residence Garfield Residence Remodeling Gideon Mosier Residence Gordon School Jacob Steinfeld Barn James Pashall Residence Leader Sewing Machine Factory Norman Chamberlain Residence Parshall Opera House Remington Arnold Residence Residence for McFarland Residence for McFarland Residence for Travis Dempsey Second Baptist Church Second National Bank Enlargement Southworth Building St. Room 519 . All of his work was built before the issuance of building permits by the City of Cleveland (1888). Immediately after the war. He lived at the edge of the city at Kinsman Road and East 40th Street. Walter Blythe Birth/Established: 1826 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1884 Walter Blythe was an active Cleveland architect and resident in the nineteenth century. the daughter of architect Charles Heard. Vincent's Charity Hospital Stephen Howland Residence Two houses for Thomas Axworthy on University Heights Congregational Church (St. It was in existence between 1879 and 1880 with offices in the Perkins Building. he was a partner in the firm of Heard and Blythe. He married Florida Geneva Heard. He learned the avocation of stone-cutter from his father-in-law. He was the architect of many important commercial and governmental buildings built during the High Victorian era. from 1866 to 1871. It was in existence between 1866 and 1868. He was born in Leeds.5 City Cleveland Marion State OH OH Status Standing Demolished Blackburn and Koehler Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1868 The principles of this architectural firm were Joseph Blackburn and Alexander Koehler. He came to America at the age of thirteen in 1849 and located in Cleveland one year later.H.601 Lakeside Ave.Structure G. Augustine Roman Catholic Church) William Sprague Residence William Stanley Residnece Winslow Block Date 1883 1880 1868 1889 1889 nd 1883 1880 1870 1883 1888 1888 1890 1871 1871 1882 1865 1881 1880 1865 Address 2230 8095 557 2136 2357 1791-1807 1936 201 .216-664-2531 25 of 210 . England. He was a veteran of the Forty-first Ohio Volunteers regiment during the Civil War. He later became a draftsman and then an architect. In 1871 he went into business for himself. He was the president of the Board of Water Works. OH 44114 .44 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH Demolished Demolished Standing Blackburn and Charlot Birth/Established: 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1880 This architectural firm included Joseph Blackburn and Nevins Charlot.

He wrote the article "The American Adaption of A Swiss Chalet" for the September 1908 Ohio Architect and Builder.P. Room 519 .M. His brother Max Bohm was a well-known artist who lived in Paris. McIntosh Residence Hoyt Block Lewis Kies Residence Marsh and Harwood Acid Works factory addition Masonic Temple Monroe Street Cemetery Gatehouse Oberlin College Outhwaite School Paine Block Payne Building Phil Morris Residence Pipe foundry for Silas Merchant S.M.601 Lakeside Ave. McMillan Store Euclid Avenue Block Evangelical Association Building Fred Dieboldt Residence George Warrington House H. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . later moving to 19429 Frazier in Rocky River. 1874 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 1934 Gustave B. on Public Square Block of stores Brainard Block Building for Jno Vincent Business block on Ontario for E.Building List Structure Block for Oscar Townsend Block of Blair and Bros.Cleveland. May 1915. McGillin Clark Block Cleveland Fire Station #11 Cleveland Fire Station #4 Cleveland Fire Station #9 Colonel Frank Lynch Residence Commercial Building Council Hall E. where his parents had lived. OH 44114 . and "How the Architect Helps the Home Builder" in Material Facts. He was mostly noted as a residential architect with most commissions on the west side of Cleveland and Lakewood. He is buried in Lakeview Cemetery. Brainard and Sons Standard Oil Block Striebinger House Tremont School Union School House White Elephant Building Windsor Block 1874 nd 1884 1883 1883 1881 1873 1873 1872 1874 1884 1876 2303-7 340 43-55 62 1350-98 701-33 2075 Date 1881 1882 1881 1876 1882 1883 nd 1876 1874 1873 1872 1882 1871-4 1880 nd 1884 1881 1881 1881 1874 1872 1880 1881 nd 210 206-16 1903-23 2429 2613 1071 700 4208 2913 331-3 4090 1455 322-6 Address 721-711 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Oberlin Oberlin Youngstown Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Gustave B Bohm Birth/Established: July 31. Bohm attended West High School in Cleveland and graduated from Columbia University.216-664-2531 26 of 210 . He lived at 8912 Detroit Avenue.

later moving to 1900 Euclid.H. Fischer Residence Date 1908 1907 1902 .216-664-2531 27 of 210 . OH 44114 . McQuigg Residence Southworth Residence Date 1904 1904 Address 1901 11901 City East Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing Bohnard and Parsson Birth/Established: 1905 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1932 Bohnard and Parsson was active between 1905 and 1932.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure 2799 Courtland Road A. The firm's business was largely residential.B. and attended the Cleveland School of Art. Votteler W. Foote Residence A. Hassler Residence Residence for Albert Junge Residence for H. but they had also designed some downtown commercial buildings and Lake Avenue apartment buildings. The firm was mainly known for residential architecture in the Cleveland suburbs of Lakewood and Cleveland Heights. Frederick Baird Residence for Wm. Building List Structure J. Ingalls Residence A.Cleveland. educated in the public schools. with principles William A. He is buried in Acacia Park Cemetery. Ford Residence William C. Their office was in the 1900 Euclid Building. In 1896 he completed the illustrations for the Century Architectural Company's Modern Homes publication.W. Bohnard and Raymond Parsson.Building List Structure Albert Junge Residence Apartment house for Jesse Nichol Apartment House for the Verne Apartment House Company Christian Schuele Residence Commercial Building Depositors Savings and Loan Edward H. He formed his own architectural firm at the age of twenty-two in 1899 and was later joined by Raymond Parsson. 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: November 1945 William A. Bohnard was one of the founders of the Cleveland School of Architecture. Murfey Residence Adella Hughes Residence Date nd nd nd 1913 1910 2239 2400 Address City Cleveland Bratenahl Gates Mills Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .R.6 1908 1905 1917 1905 1901 1916 9919 10017 11605 6905 2801 16715 13405 11005 2042 2243 1345 2888 7905 . He was a long time resident of 9815 Newton Avenue. Bohnard was born in Cleveland.W.13 10498 9334 Address 6905 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished William A Bohnard Birth/Established: July 2. later associated with Western Reserve University.3 1914 1926 1920 1897 1906 1901 1904 1911 1910 1912-3 c1916 1905 . Bohm Residence Federal Knitting Mill George Bruechler Residence George Ellsasser Residence George Faerber Residence Henry Slatmyer Residence Krause Building Murlan Murphy Residence R. Initially there offices were in the Chamber of Commerce Building. Room 519 . Votteler Residence for Mrs.S.

B.E.V. Shanklin Rockport Village School addition Soldiers and Sailor"s Memorial Stable. Fisher Residence Paul Lamperly Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for D. Hale Residence George Canfield Residence George Holloway Residence Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church Grandin Residence Halfrad Farms Hamilton Lindsay Residence Hamilton Lindsay Residence James E. Hale Country Residence Swathwont Residence W.Cleveland.V.B. 1874 Death/Disolved: December 1955 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 28 of 210 . Teachout Residence for I. Duncan Residence Milo Evans Residence Morton Residence Office addition P.H. Plant Residence Kendal Building Liberty Holden Residence Louis Englander Residence M. Hinslea C. Room 519 . Marlatt Residence W.Structure Allen Electric Building Apartment Building for Peter Hamilton Apartments for Harry Lallen and D. Grossman Residence for Mrs.601 Lakeside Ave. Rainey Residence Canterbury Club House Claiborne Pritle Residence CW Gradin Residence D.P. George Strauss Residence of C. OH 44114 . Wightman Residence West Park Town Hall William Spang Residence Zahnheiser Residence Date 1906 1914 1918 nd nd Nd nd nd Nd 1918 1905 1913-4 1905 1907 1907 Nd 1923 nd 1927 1918 nd 1915 1913 1911 1925 1911 nd 1917 nd nd 1908 1918 1927 1929 1917 1917 1907 nd 1910 1920 nd 1919 1910 nd 1913 1921 1911 Address 2120 5703 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Never built Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Standing 2301 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland 298 Bratenahl Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland Willoughby 2232 715 1754 10723 16210 1055 1050 222 2289 2283 13932 14025 Cleveland Heights Ravenna Cleveland Cleveland Hunting Valley Shaker Heights Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Bratenahl Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1490 2481 Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Parma 2465 2431 1406 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Willougby 11401 3052 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 10309 11801 Cleveland Lakewood Frederick F Book Birth/Established: February 3.Upson Residence Delrose Brockley Residence E. Garage. Quarters for E. Stamp Residence C.J.W. Villas Residence Mary Goldman Residence Mary H.C.

He was the director of the Bureau of Jewish Education.601 Lakeside Ave. 1960 Sigmund Braverman was a prominent Jewish architect who designed forty synagogues in the United States and Canada. Book was a Canadian-born architect. Rose Residence Date 1917 1918 1918 1918 1907 c. He is buried in Calvary Cemetery. Austria-Hungary and came to the United States at age ten. then acting Cleveland city architect. 1894 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 27. From 1932 to 1935. schools. 1919 2737 Address 7709 City Cleveland Silver Lake Silver Lake Cleveland Lorain Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Sigmund Braverman Birth/Established: May 22.M.S. He came to Cleveland in 1920 and opened an architectural practice. Bostick was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1914 to 1917. He came to the United States in 1903 and was naturalized as a citizen in 1905. trustee of the Cleveland Jewish Fund. store and apartments for the Opera House Company William A. Sammons Residence for Michael Austgen Residence P. His work included shopping centers. settling in Pittsburgh.Biography: Frederick F. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Carnegie Institute of Technology in 1917 and served in the military in World War I.residential building Commercial .Cleveland.216-664-2531 29 of 210 . The 1910 Census lists him as a farmer in Hartsgrove Township. In 1909 he lived in the Tremont neighborhood. He became a naturalized citizen in 1915. when he was a partner in the firm Kaufmann-Bostick. OH 44114 . Scott Residence for M. Building List Structure Brantley Apartments Bureau of Jewish Education Cleveland Hebrew Schools Fairmount Temple Muriel Apartments Shaker Kinsman Branch 1951 Warrensville Center Synagogue 1958 1957 1924 7001 Date 1937 1952 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Herbert Bruce Briggs Cleveland Landmarks Commission .H. He was a leader in Cleveland's Zionist movement. In 1901 he opened an office in Massillon. Room 519 . Building List Structure Residence for M. Building List Structure Commercial . and hospitals.residential for Samuel Gurss building Commercial Building Hotel Residence Residence for Samuel Koslen Residence for Samuel Koslen Thompson Block Date 1917 1917 1918 1917 1912 1917 1917 1908 1077 3101-7 9708-10 12401-5 Address City Cleveland East Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing James M Bostick Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown James M. He was born in Csepe. Ashtabula County. He was active as an architect in Cleveland from 1908 throughout the 1920's according to City Directories. Schneider Theatre. he was assistant. and vice president and director of the Jewish Community Center.

Wilbur Crowell Bethany Baptist Church Bijou Dream Theatre Britton Power Block Brooks Company Capt. He graduated from Buchtel College in Akron in 1889 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Burdick Residence Central Patrol Barn Century Building Charles Potter Residence Cleveland Press Buidling Climax Buidling Columbus Citizen Building Comey & Johnson Commercial Building Commercial building for A. Ohio. where he remained until 1929. In 1889 he entered the Cleveland office of Coburn and Barnum as a student draftsman and superintendent of construction. He was a member of the firm of Briggs & Nelson from 1904 until 1923. and Mrs.T. Briggs was in charge of construction of the Goodrich House and the original Western Reserve Historical Society Building. The firm designed several buildings for the Ohio Farmers Insurance Company in Le Roy (now Westfield). They purchased Frank S. Stearns Garage A. and Mrs. Scovill Factory and Office Date 1905 nd 1910 1917 nd 1908 1920 nd 1905 1918 1907 1911 1914 1903 1911 nd 1910 1913 1907 1923 nd 1922 3 1907 1911 1917 1910 nd 1908 1906 1917 10908 2612 1426 1440 715 1945 1809 334 410-2 Address 1697 3035 City Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Geneva Cleveland Cleveland Elyria Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Columbus Cleveland Ashtabula Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Dover Center Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Parsons Residence Dr. He returned to Cleveland where he worked in the office of J.W.Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1936 Herbert Bruce Briggs was raised on a farm in Sharon Township. The Western Reserve Historical Society has many of the firm's architectural drawings. R.L. Kalish Coyne Furniture alterations Cresswell Building Crockett and Diag Cuyahoga Falls Library Diamond Glass Company alterations Dr. OH 44114 .601 Lakeside Ave. Briggs and Nelson Birth/Established: 1904 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1923 Briggs and Nelson existed between 1904 and 1923. Thomas. He worked for that firm until the death of Forrest Coburn in 1897. Room 519 .M. Harry Upson Residence E. and numerous YMCA's. He was an instructor of architectural drawings in the Cleveland Central Young Men's Christian Association's Institute. Ohio. He then went to Cincinnati to work with the Home Owners Loan Corporation.L Boyden Garage A. Lathrop Residence Dr. Building List Structure A. Chairman of the Cuyahoga County Board of Visitors. Barnum Company. As superintendent in the office of Coburn and Barnum. Herbert Briggs was a member of the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. Nelson.A.A. Wetzell Residence E. This principles were by Herbert Briggs and Harry S. He died of a heart attack in the office of the Federal Housing Authority in the Bulkley Building. A.B. and a member of the board of management of the Central Friendly Inn. G.Cleveland. In 1923 he was appointed to the office of the Ohio State architect in Columbus. several projects for the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad. chairman of its education committee and a member of committee management. changing its name to Briggs and Nelson.C.S. Upon returning to Cleveland in August 1935 he worked as an architectural inspector for the Federal Housing Authority. Ford Residence All Souls Universalist Church Apartment Building for Dr.E. Medina County. Barnum's interest in the F.H. Stewart Residence A.216-664-2531 30 of 210 .

OH 44114 . Jenkins Residence Nickoldeon Theatre Nile Opera House Date 1911.W. Scovill Residence E.V. Jennie Poehl Residence Mrs. Stone House. Haines Residence Euclid Avenue Trust Building F. and Mrs.S. L. Water and Pump House Goodrich House Goodrich Settlement House H.W. McBride Residence Malcolm McBride Residence McClellan Tile Company McClymonds Residence Monroe School Mr. Boyden Cottage Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Association Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Association Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Association Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Laboratory Buildings Le Roy Board of Education Auditorium Louis A. Perkins Estate H.W. 1907 1921 2 nd 1914 1905 1906 1919 20 1917 1913 Address 10528 1567 1567 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished 11209 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 109 Warren Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Geneva Summit County 1896 1910 nd 1911 nd 1906 1906 nd 1914 1912 1908 nd 1919 1902 1920 nd nd nd 1906-7 1915 1919 1910 nd 1909 1917 1909 nd 1911 1910 1912 1905 nd nd 1915 90 1592 1583 3444 8510 2801 1382 Cleveland Cleveland Warren Medina Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Hudson Cleveland Oberlin Warren Akron Cleveland Cleveland Chippewa Lake Cleveland Ashtabula Steubenville Cleveland Leroy Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Monroe Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ravenna Oakland Niles OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH MI OH OH OH OH OH CA OH Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Harry Humphrey Residence Mrs.W.3 1907 nd 1906 nd. Whiting Residence Fine Arts Building and Annex First Baptist Church First Presbyterian Parsonnage Frank McNeil Residence Fred Schweitzer Store Building Geneva Commercial Association Geneva Hospital Goodrich Farm Farmers Cottage.216-664-2531 31 of 210 . Parsons Residence Mrs. Girls Cottage. Moses Residence Louis Moses Malcolm L. Brown Residence Mrs. W.W. McClure Residence Knight Chemical Lavratory KSU Normal School L S & Michigan Railway Laboratory L. Rowe Bungalow Hall – Vargorder Company Hinckley School Hiram School Gym Hudson Youth Developement Imperial Hotel Irving Metcalf Residence J.601 Lakeside Ave.T.A. Haines Residence E.Structure E. Room 519 .Cleveland. Whiting Residence F.B. A.G.E.

Print shop and office Otto Miller Residence Parsch Lumber Company Pentecostal Church of Christ Perkins Memorial Railroad and City Mens Association Rainbow Cottage Riverside Cemetery Office Building S. Briggs Residence Thomas Howell Residence Universalist Church Parsonnage University of Akron Chem Lab (with F. Pennsylvania. He designed numerous homes throughout Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights. Banfield Residence for Abe Sukenik Residence for Adelbert Pew Residence for Alla Myers Residence for Aug Ericson Date 1934 1936 1937 1937 1940 1933 1939 1936 1935 1936 Address 3626 3572 3164 3499 3655 1036 2190 3417 3419 1000 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Structure Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Young Peoples Society Hall Ohio Farmers Insurance Company Garage.S. John’s Church Rectory T.C. Room 519 .Cleveland.P. 3 S. Fenn Garage alterations S. He died in Sarasota. Wilson Residence Samuel C. 2. Searles Residence 1.H. He first appears as an architect in Cleveland City Directories in 1932.216-664-2531 32 of 210 .601 Lakeside Ave. Barnum) W.S. House #4. 1901 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 1977 Broida was born in Pittsburgh. Florida. Bailey Residence Shaker Heights Grammar School (with Fox & Gale St. He lived in Shaker Heights. House #1. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence for Residence for Arthur Leiner Residence for A. Albro Storefront William Hilton Residence YMCA YMCA YMCA YMCA YMCA YMCA YMCA YMCA alterations YMCA Painesville. Ohio Date 1909 1918 Address 1433 City Cleveland Leroy State OH OH Status Standing Unknown 1909 1916 1918 1923 nd 1905 nd 1913 1916 nd 1917 1912 1911-2 1899 1909 1907 1908 nd 1914 1905 1906 -8 1909 1910 1910 1911 1918 1910 1905 1486 617 214 1567 2061 10515 Cleveland Elyria Cleveland Warren Bellevue South Euclid Cleveland Cleveland Geneva Willoughby Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Sharon Bratenahl Bryan Akron Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Steubenville Cleveland Marion Franklin Parkersburg Washington CH Marietta Painesville OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA WV OH OH OH Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Leonard Broida Birth/Established: Feb 26. House #3. In 1959 his office was located at 1749 East 23rd Street.S. OH 44114 .D.

Honegsfeld Residence for George Meissner Residence for George Meissner Residence for George Meissner Residence for George Meissner Residence for Gerson Construction Residence for Harold Levine Residence for Harry Markowitz Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Henry Chadford Residence for Homer and Ruth Sarmerhorn Residence for Homer and Ruth Sarmerhorn Residence for Hyman Allenick Residence for Ida Harris Residence for J. Harris Residence for Marvin Jacobs Residence for Max Mikelman Residence for Max Relman Residence for Olson & Johnson Residence for Olson & Johnson Residence for Olson & Johnson Residence for P.A. Sitz Residence for Economy Building Residence for Edward Eckstein Residence for Edward Olson Residence for Elop Burgesan Residence for Frank Pfeiffer Residence for Fride Kitner Residence for G. Widing Residence for Joseph Kelman Residence for Karl Roth Residence for Louis Epstein Residence for Louis Epstein Residence for Louis Epstein Residence for M.Cleveland. Pfahal Residence for Dr.A.D.A.Structure Residence for Ben Spaeth Residence for Brookdale Building Residence for Brookdale Building Residence for Brookdale Building Company Residence for Bruno Dicasah Residence for C. Watson Residence for Dr. Banks Residence for Practical Builders Residence for Practical Builders Date 1939 1937 1938 1934 1935 1934 1935 1941 1941 1936 1932 1936 1935 1934 1937 1938 1940 1937 1936 1940 1938 1945 1938 1936 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1936 1936 1935 1936 1937 1936 1937 1935 1939 1934 1936 1936 1940 1937 1935 1932 1935 1932 1934 1932 1936 1940 1941 Address 3558 3651 3483 1068 3707 1021 1035 3061 3416 3589 3394 1031 3497 1915 3648 3664 1088 3407 1055 3558 3535 3689 3608 3528 1060 1056 1052 990 986 982 978 1051 1051 3645 3488 859 3513 2716 3495 1232 1228 3521 3577 3540 1932 3505 3607 2603 3598 3576 3699 3548 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . OH 44114 .L.F.601 Lakeside Ave. Harris Residence for M.216-664-2531 33 of 210 . William Sirak Residence for E. Room 519 .

In 1942 he was living in Alexandria. 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: July 14.601 Lakeside Ave. Heath Residence for S. Brooke was born in Fairfield County. Ohio. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Date 1929 1929 1924 1924 19020 Address City Parma Heights Euclid Shaker Heights State OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Standing Brooke and Burrows Birth/Established: 1925 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1926 This architectural firm existed in 1925 and 1926. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Date 1927 1927 1925 18431 Address City Euclid Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Heath Residence for Sam Felman Residence for Samuel Aron Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Samuel Feiner Residence for Sidney Aehman Residence for Sidney Zehman Residence for Sidney Zehman Residence for Sol Burstein Residence for Superior Home Builders Residence for Superior Home Builders Residence for Superior Home Builders Residence for Superior Home Builders Residence for the Akel Building Company Residence for Theodore Swanson Residence for Theodore Swanson Residence for Thomas Hazel Date 1937 1931 1935 1933 1939 1940 1936 1936 1937 1939 1937 1936 1935 1934 1936 1938 1939 1937 1936 1932 1932 1937 1932 1937 1939 1938 1935 Address 3619 1008 1052 1060 3504 14811 3526 3534 3538 3494 3565 3571 3543 3547 3633 3500 3497 3594 3530 3589 3602 3602 3610 3971 1420 16923 1028 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Philo R Brooke Birth/Established: July 3. Virginia and was employed by the War Department.Structure Residence for Rose Rein Residence for S.G. 1954 Philo R. Burrows. It was formed by Philo S. Virginia. He is listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1925 to 1939.G. Brooke and George S.Cleveland. OH 44114 . He was a partner in the architectural firm of Brooke and Burrows from 1925 to 1927. Room 519 . Heath Residence for S.216-664-2531 34 of 210 .G.

and the Ohio Society of Architects. OH 44114 . 1893 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 10. Corey Residence Date 1943 1943 1943 1943 1943 1943 1935 1941 1930 Address 2861 2877 2895 2911 2931 2941 6808-14 1350 22276 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .H. Building List Structure Clifford Dangler Residence David Teachout Residence John P. 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1947 Harold Burdick worked for the firm of Hubbell & Benes. He belonged to the University Club. Burrows was active in Cleveland after 1924.216-664-2531 35 of 210 .601 Lakeside Ave. and other eastern suburbs. See also Brooke & Burrows Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Commercial Building G.Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1927 1926 1927 1926 1923 Address 3520 3560 3592 2896 19909 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Harold Burdick Birth/Established: October 5. He was a partner in the firm of Brooke & Burrows in 1925 and 1926. the American Institute of Architects. McIntyre Residence James W. 1970 George H. He designed nearly one-thousand homes in Shaker Heights. He was listed in Cleveland City Directories from 1924 until his death in 1947. Room 519 . He graduated from the University of Michigan School of Architecture in 1920 and started an architectural practice in 1922.Cleveland. He was the architect of several houses in Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights. He lived at 2424 Stratford Road in Cleveland Heights. He designed a number of apartment buildings in the Shaker Square neighborhood and along Van Aken Boulevard. Cochran Residence John Wilson Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Sheldon Kline Residence Date c 1927 c1925 1924 1928 1929 nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd 1927 2942 2949 19200 18420 19000 19701 19615 2710 2676 22449 19600 Address 2942 2889 2978 19601 City Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing George H Burrows Birth/Established: April 25. Cleveland Heights.

Caldwell was a Michigan-born architect who was active in Cleveland from 1917 until his death. He later went to Cornell College. See also Fulton. Neff Residence for Dr. Cahill took over the architectural practice of Fountain and Moratz.Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Shaker Garden Apartments Theodore L. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . For two years he was an instructor in mechanical and architectural drawing at the Stivers Manual Training High School in Dayton. Clippinger Residence for Julia Pagenstecher Residence for O.Cleveland. Peters Evangelical Lutheran Church Stores and apartments for Weader and Benfer Date 1913 1913 nd nd 1917 nd 1917 nd 1917 1913 nd 1914 1917 nd nd 1917 1917 nd nd Address City Warren Mantua East Liberty McConnelsville Middletown Cleveland Lakewood Canton New Philadelphia Hiram Fort Madison Lakewood Cleveland Heights East Liberty Cleveland Lakewood North Fairfield (Huron County) Dayton Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Walter G Caldwell Birth/Established: May 1.R. Taylor and Cahill. He was born in Tennessee. He lived at 1347 Hall Avenue in Lakewood and had an office in the Engineers Building.V. 1891 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 9. His work included churches. 1954 Paul T. Cahill School St. 1971 Walter G.D.601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 . He later moved to Fort Worth. schools. He received early training in the offices of Schenk and Williams and Albert Pretzinger in Dayton. OH 44114 . Bailey Residence Date nd nd nd 1928 1929 1927 1928 1928 1945 1928 Address 20926 2746 21031 3661 3329 16810 3255 18701 3058 3255 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Paul Tresler Cahill Birth/Established: March 8. 1888 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 28. He was a graduate of the Dayton School of Art and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Hiram College. Taylor & Cahill Building List Structure Central Christian Church Centralized School Christian Church Christian Church Church of Christ Church of the Disciples Union Fifteen residences First Presbyterian Church First Reformed Church addition Hiram School Hospital Lakewood Hospital Residence for Dr.216-664-2531 36 of 210 . hospitals and libraries. Texas. From 1921 until 1935 he was member of the firm of Fulton.

Ferguson that lasted one year. 1881 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 26. Herr Commercial . He lived at 10326 Ashbury Avenue from the 1920?s until his death in 1963. Smith Residence for S. Jones Residence for Jerome Pasch Residence for R. His office was in the Schofield Building.T.Bilt Homes Residence for Clemenet Wiemeis Residence for George A. He was employed as an instructor for the Case School of Science in 1918. 1963 James L. He specialized in the design of apartment buildings. Building List Structure Apartment Building for B. Room 519 . Cameron was born in Augusta. He graduated from Malvern High School and Ohio State University. Caldwell East View Church Grace Congregational Church Hotel Pearl Road Methodist Church Residence Residence Residence fir Wel . He was one of the organizers of the Murray Hill Building Company and was the director of the Buckeye Building Company. He came to Cleveland in 1905 and entered into architectural practice.Van Meter Apartment for Charles Boyer Apartment for Salvatore Cardinale Associated Savings and Loan Bowling Alley addition for Wm Harter Cermak Building Comercial building A.601 Lakeside Ave.Building List Structure Custodian Loan Company Dance Hall for the Aeroplane Amusement Company Double residence for E.H. Jones Residence for George A.216-664-2531 37 of 210 . Ohio.residential building for M. He was on the 1940 list of registered architects.p. Abbey Residence Kola Building Lakewood Hospital Lemko Hall Date 1911 1914 1914 1927 1917 1909 1917 1917 1913 1917 1912 1917 1908 1920 1927 1907 1910 2335 17903 633 7003-5 12901 12530-2 10038 Address 592 1576 2406 3496 6808 3503 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . OH 44114 . In 1907 he had a partnership with William S. B. Carroll County.Bilt Homes Riverside Pythian Temple Two family house Woodhill Building Company Date 1924 1917 1917 1927 1917 1917 1927 1917 1918 1918 1917 1918 1918 1928 1917 1917 1917 1929 1917 1918 3030 2411 1405 4198 285 15043 6501 Address 15619 City Cleveland Rocky River Lakewood Shaker Heights Cleveland Berea Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Heights Kent Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unkown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Demolished James Love Cameron Birth/Established: January 30. Wiedler Commercial building for Solomon Seifer Commercial/ residential building Commercial/residential building Commercial/residential Building Double residence for Miss Midnight Harley E.Cleveland. Soros Residence for Wel .

Brown Hoisting Company.S. Room 519 . He became a member of the contracting firm of Cass & Stevens.C. Osborn. Gilman Printing plant Residence Residence for Francisco Mandello Residence for G. He entered the contracting business as a young man. Tentmiler Residential Building Six-suite apartment building Terrace Union Congregational Church Date 1915 1917 1917 1918 1918 1907 1909 1917 1911 1915 1924 1908 1907 1913 Address 11507 2810 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing 2684 Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland 10714 10014 10115 244 11623 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3158 Cleveland William J Carter Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1948 William J. New Hampshire. Carter was born in Cleveland. the first permanent Cleveland settler. OH 44114 .C. He returned to Cleveland and was appointed City Engineer. He then worked for F. packing Date 1923 1923 1917 1922 1917 1917 1917 8910 10609 Address 2932 2910 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Edson A Cass Birth/Established: 1857 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 10. He graduated from Case School of Applied Science in 1891. Winch Residence Parkside Dwelling Residence Residence Residence for Edson Cass Residence for Edson Cass Residence for Edson Cass Residence for Edson Cass Date 1900 1907 1891 1891 1889 1890 1890 1890 Address 9907 2040 1865 1760 1837 1768 6616 1772 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . May Smith Residence for S. He lived in Parkside Dwelling at the time of his death. Building List Structure Louis H. He was a member of the county building commission. the Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company. He died in a cab on a visit to Washington. Hanen Residence for Joseph Laronge Residence for Michael Lukak Residence for Mrs. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Foundry Addition Glenville Masonic Temple Lorain Avenue Savings Bank Miles Park Masonic Temple Salt Storage. He purchased large tracts of land on the East Side and laid out many streets and built many homes. He was a descendent of Lorenzo Carter.Cleveland.Structure Motion picture theatre for John Profant Polish National Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Remodeled A.S. from 1891 to 1892. He was a civil engineer with the Pennsylvania Railroad. Maine. and Cleveland Electric Railway. His father Moses Cass was a carpenter. 1912 Edson A.216-664-2531 38 of 210 . He was appointed the U.601 Lakeside Ave. He served as the President of the Cleveland Engineering Society from 1920 to 1921. Osborn Engineering.C. D. Cass was born in Littleton. west of Pittsburgh. Government Quartermaster's Department Superintendant of Construction in Portland.

55th Street. He lived at 3905 E.601 Lakeside Ave. See Ernest J. He designed several houses in the Broadway and Fleet neighborhoods. He had a strong clientele in the Polish and Czech communities.Structure Widlar Building Date 1902 Address 724 City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished Century Architectural Company Birth/Established: 1897 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1903 Century Architectural Company was listed as an architectural firm in Cleveland City Directories from 1897 until 1903. He later became the President of the Savings and Sensible Architectural Bureau. Orenski Residence for Frank Kempkowski Residence for Stanislaw Osecki Residence for Wadislaw Residence for Z. Edward Schellentrager (1870 -1955) was the President and General Manager.L. OH 44114 .S. Building List Structure Residence for Adam Pokropski Residence for August Janka Residence for F. Schellentrager Building List Structure Double Residence for Dr.P. The company published a catalogue of house designs.B. Kowalewski Date 1918 1912 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 Address 11504 3971 6910 3968 6907 6828 3915 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Oliver N Chamberlin Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 39 of 210 . Black Residence for Edmund Hitchings Residence for Jesse Pitts Richard Carpenter Residence Date 1901 1899 1901 nd 1901 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 nd 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1898 1901 1900 1901 1899 1519 1940 7715 1350 1327 1294 1318 3008 1942 1856 1856 1940 1942 4101 . Miller Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for D. Rayl J. Cowle Residence Residence Residence Residence for A.Cleveland. W. 1887 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Thomas Cerny was a Cleveland architect in the early 20th century.3 1205 906 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Massillon Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Freeport Cleveland Pittsburgh Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH PA OH PA OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Thomas Cerny Birth/Established: January 3. Room 519 .

Probst and White when he registered for the draft during World War I. S. Anderson. Originally he was a member of the firm of Blackburn and Charlot. 1884 Nevins P. Ernest K Chapman Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1936 Ernest K. Lind Residence J. He died of a heart attack at the age of 31.W. Ohio and was educated in Portsmouth schools. Chamberlin Residences for O. They were later known as the Chapman Architectural Company. He had ten years of practical construction work and two years of general contracting experience.601 Lakeside Ave. After that partnership ended he was in business for himself. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Chapman. He lived at 1520 Clark Avenue and was elected to Cleveland City Council in 1883. working for a rubber company. Room 519 . Charlot was born in Texas and was active as a Cleveland architect from 1878 until his death. 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 26. He was employed in the Cleveland office of Graham. Chapman worked in the Cleveland and Canton areas. Chapman and Chapman Birth/Established: 1906 Biography: Death/Disolved: Emilius R. Chapman worked in the Cleveland and Canton areas.216-664-2531 40 of 210 . Chamberlin was born in Portsmouth. He opened an architectural practice with his brother Ernest in the Caxton Building in 1906. later as the Chapman Architectural Company had offices in the Caxton Building.N.C. Building List Structure C.Birth/Established: October 10. They opened an office in the Caxton Building in 1906 and were known as the firm of Chapman and Chapman. The firm was known as Chapman and Chapman. In the 1930 Census he lived in Akron and worked for a rubber company.Cleveland. Chapman formed an architectural office with his brother Emilius Chapman. The firm that was known as Chapman and Chapman. Willson Residence Residence Residence Residence for Andrew Krause Residence for C.M Mohring Residence Commercial Building for Perry McCaskey Dr. He was a member of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce. 1954 Oliver N. Ramp Residence for O. Building List Structure IOOF Building Lakewood Church of Christ West Madison Avenue Christian Church Date 1907 1908 1911 17513 Address City Alliance Lakewood Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Unknown Standing Standing Nevins P Charlot Birth/Established: 1852 Biography: Death/Disolved: November 1. and Ernest K. OH 44114 . Chamerlin Date 1931 1911 1925 1914 1914 1917 1911 1912 1917 1917 1144 1074 1922 Address 18801 11607-9 11511 1836 1099 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing unknown unknown Emilius R Chapman Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Emilius R.W.N. In the 1930 Census he was living in Akron. They were later known as the Chapman Architectural Company.

G. Lawrence Residence Miller Block Shaw Academy Date 1883 1883 1883 1883 1884 1883 1883 1883 1883 1882 1883 1883 4414 1431. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He was listed as a partner with Morris Gleichman then moved to Sault Ste. stables. The firm specialized in warehouse and industrial structures.1954). coming to the United States in 1884. He was a member of Lakewood Village Council from 1909 to 1911 and the director of public service for the city of Lakewood. Schwarzenburg and Gaede was founded in 1913. waiting room. offices. Solders Residence H.1933). He was a charter member of the Kiwanis of Lakewood and the masons.S. Brainard Residence High School J. Guich Residence B. Schwarzenburg and Gaede Birth/Established: 1910 Biography: Death/Disolved: present Christian. car barns Four family residence G. McCue Residence Brooklyn Street Railway buildings.43 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Massillon Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Warren Massillon Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished William R. Harris Residence B.Building List Structure A. Chrisford was born in England.B. He is not listed in city directories after that time. Louis Schwarzenburg (1888 . Michigan. living at 119 Arlington. Building List Structure Glidden Varnish Company Addition Lakewood Bakery Building Lakewood Masonic Temple Lakewood Methodist Church Lincoln Theater Park Towers Apartment Building St. The name of the firm was recently changed in 2010 to Neville Architects.J. Peter's Episcopal Church Upson Block Warehouse for the W. He returned to Cleveland and is listed in the 1900-2 city directories.M. and Oscar Gaede (1885 . Chestney Birth/Established: June 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Chestney was born in Ohio of English-born parents.K. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status James W Chrisford Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 4. He served in the Spanish American War with Battery A.1968). Smith Company Date 1918 1925 1916 1918 1923 1909 1928 1908 1918 15408-15508 1415 18001 11606-12 11717 15300 Address City Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Christian.601 Lakeside Ave. Russel Residence M.Cleveland.216-664-2531 41 of 210 . Marie. The partners were Charles Christian (1884 . OH 44114 . The business became Christian & Klopper in 1970. 1929 James W. Room 519 .

Rivitz Western Machine Products Addition Wolf Envelope Building 1916 1949 1916 1929 1917 1917 1918 1917 7215 1765 1600 1100 1235 1600 Date 1917 Nd nd 1917 1915-7 Nd 1917 1916 nd 1924 1913 1917 1920 1918 1918 1928 1925 1918 1910 1827 1621 3256 9800 7208 1390 6585 2216 1614 8538 1575 1220 2860-2894 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cincinnati Akron Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Forrest Amos Coburn Birth/Established: April 27.601 Lakeside Ave. He was secretary of the Civil Engineer's club and a member of the veteran's society of Troop A. Coburn and Barnum Birth/Established: 1878 Death/Disolved: 1897 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . They were a very successful firm. He moved to Cleveland's West Side with his parents at the age of fourteen.H. Massachusetts. Perry and Company lumber dealers after high school. These included the Euclid Avenue Congregational Church at 9606 Euclid Avenue (1887). as well as several buildings for Case Tech and Western Reserve University. Room 519 .L Goodman Furniture Addition J. and the Olivet Baptist Church.N. the vast majority of their work was residential. He then went to New York to complete his study of architecture where he worked in the office of Richard Morris Hunt. He returned to Cleveland in 1877 and went into partnership with Frank S. From 1868 to 1871 he worked for architect Joseph Ireland. He developed a talent for architecture while working for that firm. At the time of his death he lived at 6016 Franklin. including a large number of Congregational Churches. the Franklin Avenue Congregational Church at 5720 Franklin Boulevard (1883). They were also the architects of several churches in Cleveland and surrounding communities. OH 44114 .Weiskorf Warehouse L.216-664-2531 42 of 210 . His death was brought on by over work. then in the office of architect Walter Blythe. 1848 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1897 Forrest Amos Coburn was born in Lowell. and commercial buildings. He was sick the last four months of his life.Building List Structure Atlas Brass Manufacturing Company Bamberger Crown Building Factory for City Machine Federal Knitting Mill Addition Federal Knitting Mills Company Grabler Manufacturing Building #9 Heller Building Hiram Rivittz Company J. Gross Building Lion Knitting Mills Milk Plant for Cleveland Retail Grocers Monarch Brass Neal Storage Neal Storage Neal Storage addition Ohio Box Board Company Rayon Factory Richman Brothers Company Rose Iron Works Samsel Rope Standard Envelope Standard Oil Plant Warehouse and office building for C.Cleveland. Barnum in 1878. He worked as a bookkeeper for the firm of Woods.

Holden on Business block on Huron Road for the Co-operative Building Co Business block on River Street for J. Donovan Double Residence for S. Florida. when W.Guilford Cottage Addition D. Stover Residence E. Spitzer Residence C. and Palm Beach. and Trinity Baptist Church. Room 519 .W. Wright Residence Baptist Church Bishop William Leonard Residence Block for George Evans Bousfield Residence Brick block for L. the Olivet Baptist Church. Barnum. Building List Structure A. They designed several churches including the Euclid Avenue Congregational Chruch.M.A. Dodge Double Residence for William Goodwin Dr.601 Lakeside Ave. and Hubbell when Benjamin Hubbell became a partner in 1895. the Franklin Avenue Congregational Church. Barnum and Benes.2 1891 1892 nd 1894 1892-3 1899 1880 1894 1888 1882 1890 1883 1881 1880 1892-3 1895 717 . W. The firm dissolved when Forrest Coburn died in 1896. N. Western Reserve University. and became Coburn. John Edelmann.Cleveland. The office staff included Benjamin Hubbell.8 1822-4 1762-6 3702 . Frank Hall. Ohio. and Herbert Briggs.H.D.Second Building Commercial Building for James Wood Commercial Building for John Zabel Commercial Building for William Grosse Congregational Church Crittenden Building addition CWRU . Dominck Benes.Biography: Coburn and Barnum was one of the most important architectural firms in late 19th century Cleveland.W. Beyond Cleveland they had commissions in Oberlin. Beckwith Drug Store Double House Double Residence for George Warmington Double residence for P.J. OH 44114 . and Ashland. Several of the firm's architectural plans can be found at the Western Reserve Historical Society library. Waller Residence Date 1880 1894 1890 1893-4 1883 1883 1883 1882 1879 1894 1894 -5 1892 1897 1891-2 1882 1892 1894 2275 2093 5701 3550 2090 2104 2830 Address 123 11003 3054 6902-8 3804-6 City Oberlin Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Palm Beach Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH FL OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing 1892 1891 1891 . Delaware. Beckwith (Double) Residence Dr. Benes. Blandin Residence E. and Oberlin College.B.M. and large commercial buildings including the Blackstone Power Block. Cook Residence Dr. Bingham Residence Calvary Baptist Church Case Institute of Technology – Chemistry Laboratory Case Institute of Technology – Electrical LaboratoryWRU Case Institute of Technology – Mechanical Laboratory Cesar Grasseli Residence Charles H. Albert J. Albert Skeel. They designed over twenty houses along Euclid Avenue's Millionaires Row.21 4431 2562-72 4744-50 209 11112 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ashland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing 4906 . Benjamin Residence Church for Cleveland Baptist Missionary Society (First Swedish Baptist Church) Clevleand Medical College .8 3290 2116-22 3125 2200 250 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ravenna Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Schneider Residence E.E. Dominick Benes was made parner in 1896.216-664-2531 43 of 210 . several buildings for Case Institute of Technology.J. The firm would become Coburn. Perkins C.

Rose Furniture Block Garfield Residence Library Addition George Christian Residence George H.Cleveland.G.Structure East Rockport School Edson Cass Residence eleven frame dwellings for Col. Wyman Residence Factory and Warehouse for H.W.A.CWRU Henry Becker Residence Henry Becker Residence Henry C. Perkins First Congregational Church First Congregational Church Forest Coburn Residence Franklin Block Frederick Sears Residence Frontenac Apartments for W.B. Howe Residence Greiner Block Guilford Cottage . Hawkins Residence Henry C. Cutter Residence North Presbyterian Church Oberlin College Office building for Henry C. Room 519 . Studley Residence Hermann Block Hiram Little Residence House on Sibley Street for Frank Aldrich House on Sibley Street for Frank Hall Immanuel Baptist Church J. McBride Residence John and Martha Pankin Residence John and Martha Parkin Residence John Roemer Residence Joshua Gregg Residence Julius Lamprecht Residence L.23 1431 7341 6603 1915 2248 2600 . Hall Residence Lee McBride Residence Margaret Oerl Residence Mary Perkins Lawton Office Merrell Block Mizpah Bohemian Church N.A.H. McMyler Residence Patrick Donovan Residence (double) Perkins Block Date 1879 1893 -4 1880 1887 1890 1881 1894 1883 1893 1888 1888 1895 1895 1882 1886 1894-5 1888 1881 1892-4 1889 1892 1893 1894 1880 -1 1894 1889 1881 1883 1883 1894 1881 1889 1897 1892 1893 1892 1880 1881 1890 nd 1895 1892 1880 -1 1886-7 unk 1895 1894 1892 nd 1893 1893 1894 Address 1456 11459 City Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 9606 1762 5914 326 . Payne Euclid Avenue Congregational Church Exchange Building F. Rouse Olivet Baptist Church Olney Gallery Otis Block P.216-664-2531 44 of 210 .40 4425 4425 6100 1213 1941 719 . O. OH 44114 .14 11112 7211 7211 1933 2159 2526 7615 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1285 6111 1443 1443-5 1915-7 9409 1856 730 6107 2443 1904 3736 1946 4001 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 5022 2241 18091 1822-4 326-340 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .J. Warmington Residence George McKay Residence George W.601 Lakeside Ave.

Lamson Two dwellings on Case for C. Room 519 . Wellman Residence Samuel Burrows Residence Sargent Block Store and office building for N.H.H.B.Structure Prof. F.T.M.M.601 Lakeside Ave. Leonard Residence William H. Silverthorn Residence William Starkweather Residence William Wright Residence Willson Avenue Riding School YMCA Date 1893 1880 -1 Nd 1888 1890 1890 1893 1897 1888 1882 1888 1888 1880 1880 1891 1892 nd 1883 1895 1888 1889 1892 1883-4 1888 1895 1882 1892 1881 1883 1896 1880 1890 1886 1895 1887 1891-2 1890 1880 1893 -4 1893-4 1897 nd 1894 Address 2085 2183 2830 2022 2175 2167 1760 1903 3206-8 2411 1763 3502 3806 3802 6110 11109 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 2061 1708-10 314 . Comstock Residence Rawson Collins Residence Residence Residence for A. Cleveland Landmarks Commission .O.Guilford Cottage William A.8 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Oberlin 2160 719-27 1567 1898 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4312 8615 23200 1355 Cleveland Delaware Cleveland Warren Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3054 391 1945 17868 8612 8303 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Coburn. Morgan Residence Warren Opera House Washington H.J. Harbaugh Residence for Buckland Bower Residence for Buckland Bower Residence for David Griese Residence for Harriet Turreff Residence for John Pankhurst Residence for John W. Stone Store and tenement for John Zabel Sturges Hall Tenement for J. Barnum and Benes Birth/Established: 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1896 Architect W.P. Lawrence Residence Western Reserve Medical School Western Reserve University .Cleveland. Cobb Two family residence for John Parkin W.G. A. Heisley Residence for Mrs. OH 44114 . Brown Residence William H. Little Residence W. Dominic Benes joined Forrest Coburn and Frank Barnum as partners in this architectural firm in 1895. Buell Residence for the Church of the Blessed Hospital Residence for Thomas Axworthy Residence for Thomas Axworthy Residence for Titus Ingraham Residence for Western Reserve University River Street Building S.216-664-2531 45 of 210 . Wigman The Frontenac Apartments Third Evangelical Reformed Church Thomas Larter Residence three frame tenements for I.

Building List Structure Henry Watterson Residence Melius Collart Residence Remodeling of residence for Prof J. Thomas Episcopal Church Western Reserve Historical Society Date 1897 1896 1896 1896 1896 1896 1898 214 10702 8803 Address 8128 1448 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Port Clinton Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Charles Cole Birth/Established: November 1849 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Charles Cole was active as a Cleveland architect from 1885 to 1909. S. Cook Charles W. In 1893 he formed a partnership with Ora Williams that lasted one year. George Turrill Residence Edward Leighton Residence H enry Hebebrand Residence John F.W. Hubbell joined Forrest Coburn. Benes and Hubbell Birth/Established: 1896 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1897 Architect Benjamin S.W. W.B. Frank Barnum. Dowie Residence Mrs. Building List Structure Block for C. Barnum Company.Cleveland. He spent four years as a contractor.E. Dominic Benes and Benjamin Hubbell would form the firm of Hubbell and Benes. The firm would be renamed F.216-664-2531 46 of 210 .Building List Structure Goodrich House Hollenden Hotel addition Remodeling of block on Euclid Ave for W. The firm would dissolve after the death of Forrest Coburn in 1897.601 Lakeside Ave. White on St. Davis Residential alterations for H. and W. Wellman Residence for Ben Patterson St. Barnum. King Residence Date 1894 -5 1887 1887 1895 1895 1886 1893 1888 1886 1898 1894 -5 1893 1893 1892 1886 Address 11636 1681 3417 3304 1697 1560 1756 1549 2372 1539 1848 1563 1565 2211 2382 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing altered Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Hills Residence for John Dowie Residence for John Dowie Richard Wills Residence William H. Langley Remodelling of residence for S.A. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church YMCA Broadway Branch Date 1896 1896 1896 1895 1895 1895 15837 Address 602-18 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Coburn. T. Dominic Benes as partners in this architectural firm in 1896. Stearns Stone Yard Office Commercial Building Commercial Building for Aadam Metzger Dr. W. Ransom Residence Residence for Alfred Symes Residence for Charles C. In 1901 he returned to the architectural profession opening an office in the Colonial Arcade. Room 519 . OH 44114 .

Jefferson Branch Cleveland Public Library . Flesheim Residencer Myer Weingarten Residence R. 1978 Charles C. later moving to 1515 Kemper Road.216-664-2531 47 of 210 . 1971 Harry A.Superior Branch Date 1918 1919 1347 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing Harry A Cone Birth/Established: February 12. Colman was a graduate of the Cornell University .W. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: July 13. He opened the firm of Charles Colman in 1919.College of Architecture. He developed a large Jewish clientele and was the architect of B' Nai Jeshurun Temple (now Shiloh Baptist Church). His office was in the 1900 Euclid Building. He lived in Cleveland at 13708 Ardoon Road. the Synagogue at Woodland and Kennard. He retired to Miami Beach. Massachusetts and Abram Garfield.S. He was a veteran of World War I. OH 44114 .601 Lakeside Ave. 1880 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 7. Room 519 . Ohio who was also a draftsman and an attorney. of New York. where Coltman Road was named after him. Rudolph Residence Ramsdell Brothers Residence Residence Residence Residence for William E. Kloffer Residence Sophie Landu Residence SW Flesheim Residence Telling Belle Vernon Store Unknown Date 1919 1923 1919 1945 nd 1925 nd 1927 1927 1916 1934 1945 nd nd 1959 . He worked in the office of Olmsted Brothers in Brookline. Coleman Sam L. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He also designed a number of homes and commercial buildings. and a member of the Water Color Society of Cleveland. Mt. advancing to the rank of Lieutenant. Building List Structure Cleveland Public Library . Florida in 1943 where he died in 1971. He lived on Mayfield Road in Little Italy. Sinai Hospital on East 37th Street. Reder Residence L. He was a member of the A. After 1922 he became Vice President of the Representative Construction Company.60 16220 3058 3140 6721 3404 3661 Address 2866 2641 2565 3621 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Ora Coltman Birth/Established: 1860 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1940 Ora Coltman was a well known Cleveland artist born in Shelby. and Sherrah Terrah Synagogue in Canton.L.Structure William P. commercial and industrial buildings.C. He also designed numerous residential.. He worked at the Federal Housing Administration in from 1935 until 1943.Cleveland. Johnson Residence William Strangward Residence Date 1893 1906 Address 1906 1045 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Demolished Standing Charles C Colman Birth/Established: July 23. Cone was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1905 to 1922. Building List Structure Herman Friedman Residence J.

E. OH 44114 .F.residential building Commercial .residential building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building for Dr.601 Lakeside Ave. Klein Residence Factory for Bronze Gear and Castings Fred Martin Residence Glenber Brass Manufacturing Company Henry J. Halada B' Nai Jeshurum B. E. Allyne Residence Edward and Lilian Humel Reisdence Edward W.Structure Apartment Building for Robert Mac Taggart Apartments for N. Klein Residence Boiler House addition for Cleveland and Sandusky Brewery Commercial . Mandlebaum Residence I.N.Cleveland. Gross Residence Market House Mt. Flesheim Residence Jewish Orphan Infant Home John Schuster Residence Joseph Gross Residence Joseph Norton Residence Kneseth Kneseth Israel Synagogue L. Room 519 . Womacka Commercial Building for Joseph Halada Commercial Building for Max Wasserman Commercial building for store and bowling alley David Haber Residence E. Sinai Hospital Pearl Amusement Co Roller Rink (Aragon Ballroom) Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1910 1917 1912 1908 1917 1917 1917 1916-8 1917 1909 1906 1917 1915 1906 1905 1908 1906 1917 1908 1914 1906 1908 1907 1907 1906 1908 1908 1906 1918 1907 1905 1910 1913 1917 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 1922 Address 6110 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 13000 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 5822 2600 4206-8 3401 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 8510 10404 16905 10308 1420 5097 10210 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood 10321 13215 2555 1850 2371 3179 1061 1065 1077 17725 17801 17802 17805 17806 17809 17810 17813 17814 17817 17821 17822 17900 17901 17904 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 48 of 210 .

Charles Schweinfurth employed him where he was a designer of Trinity Cathedral. who had some responsibility for bringing professional hockey to Cleveland. Rim Residence for Mae B. He was an enthusiastic hockey fan. Lefkevitz Residence and garage for Max Rudner Residence for C. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building for Charles. OH 44114 .Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence and garage for for I. with a team in the International League. John and Oscar Lay Bethany Baptist Church (Lion Evangelical Church) Del Prado Apartment Building Addition Hotel Belmont Hotel Carter Date 1914 1917 1912 .H.216-664-2531 49 of 210 .Cleveland. Dubsky Utopian Club Warehouse for S. He later established his own office and is listed in the Cleveland City Directories from 1908 until 1939 as an architect.P.3 1914 1916 7700 1357 1209 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Copper & Conrad Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: Building List Structure Clark's Yorktown Remodeling John Henning Anderson Residence Lakewood Hospital Addition Ohio Bell Ohio Bell Ohio Bell Date 1939 1937 1938 1938 1937 1938 Address 11702 18127 14519 City Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Ravenna Kent Salem State Ohio OH Ohio OH OH Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing unknown unknown unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Weinberger Terrace for Sol Moses Theatre Two family residence for J. Room 519 . Lewis Residence for Morris Treuhaft Residence for Ralph Hecker Sherra Terah Synagogue Shiloh Baptist Church (built as B’Nai Jeshurun Temple) St. Wendelin Parochial School Terrace for M. Heller Date 1922 1922 1922 1917 1917 1917 1908 1908 1908 1917 1906 1905 1908 1906 1911 1915 1907 1914 Address 17905 17908 17909 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Canton Canton Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing 1604 2096 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2285 10 1842-8 7636-50 3134 2059 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Theo Conner Birth/Established: 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1942 Theo Conner was born in Ireland and raised in Ontario.601 Lakeside Ave. He was active in the architectural profession beginning in 1904.

Ogden Residence Hoover Residence John Anderson Residence John Keine Residence Mayfield Methodist Church Monroe Copper Residence Mrs. He was a member of the firm of Copper. He specialized in elegant traditional residences in the Georgian and French style. He designed over 2.T.216-664-2531 50 of 210 . A. which lasted until Dunn's death in 1932.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Munroe Walker W Copper Jr. Squire Ogden Residence Oglebay Residence Pebble Brook Farm for Griefe Raible Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Stiles Curtis Smith Residence Date 1923 nd Nd 1927 nd nd nd nd nd Nd nd 1941 1947 1932 1924 Nd 1949 nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd 1924 1926 1924 1924 1925 9760 2708 2867 1306 2711 20030 2724 18927 20700 2741 21006 18414 18009 3046 3046 15019 1300 Address 15020 City Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Akron Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mayfield Gates Mills Cleveland Wheeling. Wade & Peck in 1945. Birth/Established: 1898 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1985 Monroe W.000 homes. Copper & Rhaynes.Cleveland. He came to Cleveland in 1920 to work for Walker and Weeks where he worked on plans for the Cleveland Public Library and the Federal Reserve Bank. 59 churches. Copper Jr. Dunn. and nine commercial buildings. He later became a member of the Naval Reserve returning to active service during World War II. Building List Structure Bertram Rothwell Residence Bolton Residence Bonnie Bell Headquarters Brantley Road opposite University School Christ Episcopal Church Clark's Shakertown Edward Wiebenson Residence Firestone Residence G. He was a member of the firm of Copper and Conrad from 1934 to 1940. Wade. Their offices were at 10528 Wilbur in the University Circle area. WV Chesterland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH WV OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH O OH OH Status Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Copper. In 1924 he opened a practice with Donald O. OH 44114 . 11 restaurants. was born in Philadelphia and was a 1918 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture. & Wade Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: Architectural firm that included Munroe Copper and Robert Verne Wade. He left school for the navy and served in the Atlantic during World War I. Room 519 . He also worked for architects Howell & Thomas. later Copper & Wade and finally Copper.

Page and then with William E. and with Henry Vaughn on the Flora Stone Mather Chapel of Adelbert College.F. 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1928 John William Cresswell Corbusier was a native of Rochester. designing several structures that fit into the character of the early Western Reserve architecture of the town.B. Jr.601 Lakeside Ave. Robert Verne Wade and Russell Ralph Peck. Indianapolis. He married the daughter of H. Room 519 . Wade & Peck Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: Architectural firm that included Munroe Copper. He was a noted church architect. OH 44114 . FL. He later went into partnerships with George S.Walton Company. He became the lead draftsman in the office of H. Pittsburgh. associating with Ralph Adams Cram in erecting the Church of the Covenant. where he worked in the office of Cass Gilbert. While in this office he won the gold metal of the New York architectural league. Lyman of the Upson . He moved to Hudson in 1911 where he was instrumental in early historic preservation efforts. Copper & Raynes Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: Building List Structure Date Address City State Status John William Cresswell Corbusier Birth/Established: October 31. Foster. Martin's Episcopal Church Storer Broadcasting Company Westlake Methodist Church Date 1955 1955 1955 Address 6295 1630 27650 City Bentleyville Cleveland Westlake State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Standing Copper. Corbusier died of a heart attack while dancing at the Hudson Club at the age of forty-nine. Orlando. Louis. He was an accomplished singer and was in charge of music at the First Congregational Church in Hudson. Wade. New York and a graduate of the Mechanics Institute who gained practical experience in Buffalo. Copper. where he continued his study of the gothic cathedral. Wade. According to his obituary he also designed several unidentified churches in St. Magonigle who won the competition for the McKinley Memorial in Canton. & Wade Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: Architectural firm that included Munroe Copper and Robert Verne Wade. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Toledo. Building List Structure Mayfield Methodist Church Date 1946 Address City Mayfield State OH Status Standing Copper. Upon his return to the United States he settled in Cleveland. New York and New York City. and Massillon.Cleveland. He spent two years in Paris after his marriage.Structure St.V.216-664-2531 51 of 210 . Wayne. & Copper Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Copper. Ft.

Michigan.J.W.17050 South Park Salmon Halle Residence Seymour Hall Springfield Presbyterian Church St. Paul Lutheran Church Trinity Lutheran Church Date 1917 1928 1920-1 1926-8 1922 1913-4 1929 1919 1924 1927 1926 c 1911 1917 1925 c 1920 c 1912 1928-9 1913 1922-3 1926-7 1927 1926 . Cronk Apartment Building for James Burr Apartment Building for James Burr Apartment building for McQuigg Apartment building for William Schmehl Apartment house for J. He was the first man to introduce the private porch to apartment buildings in Cleveland.216-664-2531 52 of 210 . He entered into an apprenticeship to the builder's trade. In 1899 he became a practicing architect. Building List Structure Apartment building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment building for Dorr Wolcott Apartment Building for E. OH 44114 .Cleveland. In 1891 he went into business as a contractor and builder in Grand Rapids.C.601 Lakeside Ave. Corning was born in Mecosta County. Ohio Erie Hudson Washington Cleveland Heights Cleveland Hudson Lakewood Cleveland Hudson Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Hudson Jacksonville Oak Harbor Zanesville Massillon Lakewood State FL FL FL OH OH OH PA OH DC OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH FL OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Bert W Corning Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 6. Michigan of Irish lineage. He was the director of the Niagara Realty Company. His office was located at East 105th Street and Superior Avenue. John's Evangelical Church St. Calvary Lutheran Church Oviatt Street School Residence .B.Building List Structure Church of the Good Shepherd Parish House Church of the Good Shepherd Sanctuary Church of the Good Shepherd Worsham Hall Church of the Savoir Ellsworth Hall Western Reserve Academy Evangelical Church of the Holy Trinity First Presbyterian Church of the Covenant First Congregational Church Addition Grace Lutheran Church Grace Lutheran Church Greater Friendship Baptist Church J. Scharpsteen Apartment Building for F. John's Lutheran Church St. Freeman Date 1909 1913 1913 1913 1917 1902 1914 1908 1911 1911 1908 1904 1907 1885-7 1934 10317 6202 6202 Address 1981 1351 1365 1377 2707 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Corbusier Residence Lakewood Baptist Church Mt. Room 519 . 1919 Burt W. opening an office in Cleveland. He went to the country schools to the age of fifteen and began teaching in the district schools.7 1922 127 16400 2701 115 207 13001 12305 226 14721 12800 34 Address 1100 1100 1100 2531 178 50 250 47 City Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville Cleveland Heights Hudson Akron.

O. son of Burt. Colgan Residence Neil Colgan Residence Poinciana Apartment Building Republic Apartment Building Residence Residence for Charles Grip Residence for Charles Gripe Residence for Emma Reeves Residence for Mrs.Structure Commercial . Room 519 . Florence and Corning Birth/Established: 1916 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1917 This was an architectural firm that included Burt Corning. Staiger Residence on Terrace Terrace Terrace for A. Webber Commercial Building for George Brown Commercial Residential Building Commercial residential building for G.C. McClure Terrace for W. W. Milligan Commercial residential building for J.Cleveland.H.A.Residential Building for Frank Ubersox Commercial Building Commercial building for Dr.216-664-2531 53 of 210 . Building List Structure Two suite apartment Warehouse Date 1918 1917 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . O. McClure Crawford Tilden Apartment Building Dorn School of Expression and Dramatic Art Dr.E. Vance Florence.Brown Terrace for J. and Verne Corning. Dudley Terrace for Casper Aul Terrace for J.E.C.A. Salter Wiedeman Residence Wolcott Apartments Date 1910 1917 1905 1914 1911 1908 1907 1908 1913 1904 nd 1906 1907 1905 1905 nd 1904 1904 1910 nd 1912 1906 1906 1905 1904 1904 1905 1907 1906 1905 1906 1905 1905 1905 1904 1907 nd Address 9801-9 12321 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 10622 11221-3 Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland 1831 7306 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1279 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1832 1336 1336 1875 1886 9106-8 10220 10619 1329 2801-9 11420 10507-17 1953 2159-66 7604-16 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Corning. Palmers Hospital Ella Ramsdell Residence Four story apartment for Jesse Nichols.M. Palmer Residence Dr. Jr Four suite terrace Four suite terrace for F.601 Lakeside Ave.C. The firm was in existence in 1916 and 1917. Duncan Terrace on for Mrs. OH 44114 . Land Glenola Apartments N. Paine Terrace for J.W. E.J.

6 1894 3269 3269 2705 8501 . A booklet on the works of Cramer and Fugman was published. He left the architectural firm in 1898 for duty in the U. The firm's work was highlighted in a publication Greater Cleveland Architecture. Building List Structure Apartment for James Leighton Apartment house Brighton Flats Brighton Flats for Miller & Forbes Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company Commercial .216-664-2531 54 of 210 .Residential Building for George Matchett Commercial / residential building for James Leighton Commercial building Commercial Building Commercial Building for Koblitz Bros. In 1930 he was living in Lorain with his daughter Grace Smith. Frank Cramer was a native of Racine. Room 519 . In 1882 he was a draughtsman in the office of Joseph Blackburn and in 1886 formed a partnership with Godfrey Fugman that lasted until 1897. The principles of the firm were Charles Frank Cramer and Godfrey Fugman. Army during the Spanish American War.3 7023-9 Address 3197-3203 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Charles Frank Cramer Birth/Established: 1863 Biography: Death/Disolved: after 1930 C. OH 44114 . 1916 The English .born Robert Crabb was listed as a carpenter contractor in the 1894 Cleveland City Directory and as an architect in city directories from 1906 until his death in 1916. Bruno $10. that included many commercial buildings and residences.S. Commercial Residential Building for George Matchett Henry H.Robert Crabb Birth/Established: 1848 Biography: Death/Disolved: July 6. Platt Residence Store and apartment building for Lillian Rost three story apartment Date 1899 1898 1901 1901 1910 1898 .5 1894 1891 1893 1888 7911 Address 1835-41 450-62 1541 1763 2528-36 828 2247 418-20 1882 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Addition to Commerical . Frank Cramer Residence Central Patrol Station #1 Charles Voth Residence Cleveland Crematory Building Cleveland Fire Station #16 Date 1895 1895 1892-3 1892 1890 1893 1894 .9 1899 1904 1912 1902 1898 1901 1906-7 1904 1016-24 1265-9 9702 . In 1900 he was the Superintendent of Construction of United States Public Buildings.000 C.Residential Building for Philip Kraft Adella Apartments Barn for Baehr Brewery Bell Block Bender Block Business block for I. Wisconsin and was raised and educated there. Cramer and Fugman Birth/Established: 1886 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1897 Cramer and Fugman were in existence between 1886 and 1897.Cleveland.

Room 519 .216-664-2531 55 of 210 .Residential Building for Christ Malt Commercial . May 3 story brick 40 x 87 Commercial building for H.Residential Building for Christ Malt Commercial .41 200-40 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2078 .06 7402 . Greene Carriage Company John H.H.Residential Building for Maz Greenhut Commercial Building Commercial building for A.Cleveland. Levy & Stearn Double frame dwelling for Mrs. Hill Residence "The Eyrie" L.O. Lowrie Residence John Kuschmann Residence John Meyer Residence John S. Machke Commercial Building for Henry Claus Commercial Building for Walker & Rogge Commercial building for Wm Tinker 40 x 80 $5800 Commerical .Residential Building for Philip Kraft Commission House for Messers. John Lueke Residence Euclid Town Hall First Baptist Church Frederick Scheuermann Residence George Faulhaber Residence George Oswald Residence German Publishing House Godfrey Fugman Residence Haffner Block Hannah Apartment Building for Hanna Block Estate J.4 5361 . Baehr Residence National Saengerfest Hall Nazarene Baptist Church Produce Exchange Bank Building Pythian Temple Remodeling of Levy and Stearn Building Residence for Christian Diemer Residence for George Hector Date 1890 1891 1890 1896 1889 1889 1896 1895 1888 1888 1894 1888 1888 1892 1891 1888 1891 1894 1894 1888 1889 1889 1888 1889 1895-6 1890 1896 1895 1890 1889 1890 1894 1888 1892-3 1891 1890 1896 1890 1893 1894 1889 1895-6 1895 1888 1888 Address 5601 4825 .31 7400 .5 5361 . OH 44114 .80 1780 21050 4516 2139 3022 3212 2969-73 2257 4419-21 1122 1212 6212 6610 3230 399 2639 2142 5501-5603 50 8309-11 2466 8415 521 911-9 246-8 2729 2539-45 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Berea Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Residential Building for Charles Heiser Commercial .Residential Building for George Meinel Commercial .Structure Columbia Building Commercial .601 Lakeside Ave.3 1738 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing altered Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 3700-2 4124-30 3622 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1835 .W. Heimseth Residence Leisy Family Mausoleum Loew Block Mechanics Bank Building Hall Memorial Hall Baldwin College Mrs.Residential Building for John Meinel Commercial . Rier Double Residence for Charles Saeltzer Dr.3 4601 .

several of which had strong German congregations. These included the Root & McBride Building (1884).601 Lakeside Ave. and B. Scofield Brick Block for William Body Business Block Date nd 1889 1888 1882 nd 1887 1882 1882 nd Champlain Street 262 Address 813-5 2200 387-409 707City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . It is best remembered for its large commercial buildings. including his home that has become Cudell Recreation Center. In 1878 he invented a sewer gas trap. Hippler's Block.6 2104 7911 348 2712 6406 6017 . initially settling in New York.216-664-2531 56 of 210 . the Perry Payne Building (1889). Milton Dyer as the architect for Cleveland City Hall.E.S. He remained active in civic affairs.Cleveland. Langenau Residence Wetzel Block William C. the George Worthington Company Building (1882). working in the office of architect Leopold Eidlitz. Cudell and Richardson Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1890 Cudell and Richardson was active from 1871 to 1890.C. He came to Cleveland in 1867 where he worked in the offices of local architects. In 1890. Germany. Room 519 . Bolles Residence William G. Perry Residence Date 1891 1890 1891 1891 1890 1891-2 1897 1894 1895 1890 1888 1891 1894 nd 1888 1894-5 1891 1892 1894 1894 Address 6212 1947 . In 1871 he opened his own office. He studied architecture there and left Germany in 1866. He bequeathed his entire estate to the City. OH 44114 . after the death of his widow in 1937. Paul's United Evangelical Church Rectory Standard Sewing Machine Company Office Building Store and Hall for Christian Stocke The Meriden Block for G. Lowrie Residences for Sylvester Miller Savarin Building Savarin Building Sommer Block St.N. soon forming a partnership with J. the Beckmann Building (1888). 1871. two apartment buildings on West Boulevard. presenting an alternative to the Group Plan. It also designed several churches in Cleveland and surrounding communities.S. He filed a lawsuit against the City regarding the selection of J.9 3955-67 3100-4 8316 3303-7 13315 2734-42 5715 1619 1619 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Niles Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Frank Cudell Birth/Established: 1844 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1916 Frank Cudell was born in Aix la Chapelle. and shares of Cleveland Railway stock. This firm designed commercial buildings and residences during the height of the Victorian era. John's Hospital St. Richardson under the name of Cudell & Richardson.9 2012-6 2012 . because of his health. Hippler's Block Barn for Jacob Goldsmith Beckman Building Block for George Johnson Bradd's Building Bradley Building Brick block for Mr.Structure Residence for J. The Cudell clock tower was erected as a memorial to him in 1917. In 1902 he proposed building a city hall on Public Square. He was naturalized as an American citizen on June 22. Howe The Witzel Block Twelfth Precinct Patrol Station Vacha Moorish Building Vogt Block W. he turned his interest in the business over to Richardson. Building List Structure B.H. Luke's Episcopal Church St. Perry Residence William G.

Structure Carriage Manufactury Commercial Building for Frederick Baggett (later Metzner Block) Commercial Building for Thomas Lauter Excelsior Club Factory for Cleveland Varnish Company Franklin Circle Christian Church Fred Pelton Residence George R. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church Tenement for John Ruedy Date nd 1880 1885 1887 1889 1874. John's Roman Catholic Church St. Building List Structure Apartments for Edward Curtis Apartments for Edward Curtis Commercial / residential building Commercial Building Date 1923 1923 1917 1916 Address 253 247 7813 11317 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . OH 44114 . Sessions Root and McBride Building Scottish Rite Cathedral Seminary Building Severance Building Seymour Block for Belden Seymour St. Canfield Residence George Worthington Company Building Germania Hall Haltnorth Hannes Tiedemann Residence Hannes Tiedemann Summer Residence Jewish Orphan Asylum Lamson & Sessions Masonic Temple McBride Brothers Merits Joseph Residence (Educational Alliance) Morgan Lithograph Building N. Curtis was born in Salem.O. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave. Ohio and was listed as a architect in the Cleveland City Directories from 1914 until 1924.216-664-2531 57 of 210 .Cleveland. Michael's Roman Catholic Church St. Laramie Cleveland 2693 Cleveland Edward A Curtis Birth/Established: January 10. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church St.1883 1883 1889 1882 1881 nd 1881 1880 1888 nd nd nd nd 1886 1889 1874 1888 1872 1881 nd 1888 1884 nd 1880 nd 1876 1875-8 1873 1873-4 1879-81 1874 1888 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished 1901 811 3754 3111 1688 2548 2355 802-32 2416 4318 12028 4900 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2104 1362 .80 314-8 1500 740 6409 3848 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2323 1220 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2513-25 2301 Cleveland Glandorf Cleveland Monroeville Ft. 1893 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1937 Edward A. Stone Block Odd Fellows Hall Perry Payne Building Peter Deimer Residence Ralph Worthington (later Lucretia Garfield) Residence Ralph Worthington Residence Residence for Samuel W.

1936 Monroe Ensign Deane was an Ohio-born architect who appears in Cleveland City Directories as an architect from 1924 until his death in 1936. He is listed as an architect by 1891. Building List Structure Residence for Louise Gott U. He is noted as a registered architect in the Ohio Architect November 1940 listing. With a historical sketch of the Second Oswego Regiment.Cleveland. OH 44114 .Structure Dwelling Four apartment buildings Four family residence Four family residence Four family residence Residential Residential Commercial Building for M. Galnick Date 1917 1917 1914 1914 1914 1917 1917 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 966. Room 519 . 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: September 27. He was active as a Cleveland architect from 1876 until his death in 1886. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1929 nd nd nd nd nd 1925 nd nd 1928 1930 17300 18040 2830 2721 20101 3080 15900 17600 2713 16850 Address City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Bartholomew S DeForest Birth/Established: 1827 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1886 B. He wrote "Random Sketches and Wandering Thoughts or What I saw in camp. He was a veteran of the Civil War.601 Lakeside Ave. He died at Mount Sinai Hospital. Eighty First New York". He was a partner of Joseph Blackburn. so we know of one building that he designed.S. 955 668 684-6 680- Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Joseph Daniels Birth/Established: Unknown Biography: Death/Disolved: Unknown Joseph Daniels was active as a Cleveland architect in the late 19th century. He worked for Harold Burdick in 1925. Baking Company Woodland Hills School Date 1891 1892 1884 Address 6311 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Monroe Ensign Deane Birth/Established: July 13.S. He appears in Cleveland City Directories as a draftsman in 1882. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 58 of 210 . 963. 958. His architectural practice occurred in the era before building permits. DeForest was a native of New York State.

Building List Structure Carl W. Guy Lovett Residence Globe. He was a partner with George Beer from 1907 to 1929. and the Hotel Linn. and Lakewood. Huber Residence Penton Press and Plate Building Penton Publishing Reasner Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence fo George D.Cleveland. OH 44114 . 1889 Death/Disolved: 1948 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Machine and Stamping H. the Penton Office Building. ten years after the 1929 death of partner George W. Gehring Residence Commercial building addition Country Home for Judge W.216-664-2531 59 of 210 . Krause S. He was listed in Cleveland City Directories as an architect from 1907 to 1939. built in Cleveland Heights.P.S. Jones Walter S. Jones Residence for Bertha Backus Residence for Guarantee Building Company Residence for John A. Messick Residence -Fontenay Road Hotel Linn J. Schrayer Residence St. Room 519 . Rogers Joseph C. Babcock Crannell Morgan Residence Cudell Clock Tower Dr.A. 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Herman Dercum was born in Cleveland of German-born parents and was educated at Cornell University with a B. Dercum and Beer Birth/Established: 1917 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1939 Dercum and Beer was in business from 1907 to 1939. Fenton Residence for O.S. Shaker Heights. It was also the architect of significant buildings in Cleveland including the Cudell Clock Tower. Zangerle Residence for Mr. in architecture granted in 1903. Pope Residence Date 1910 1917 nd 1908 1917 1925 1918 1927 1908 nd 1910 1924 1925 1923 1910 1914 1914 1915 1917 nd 1907 1917 1927 1915 1907 1907 1907 nd 1935 1907 1915 340 1076-80 2271 Hudson Cleveland Cleveland Heights 17841 17829 18901 10418 2717 2926 1213 10216 1533 11310 2115 1524 1432 1285 118 1390 2877 Address 13475 3167 City Lakewood Cleveland Gates Mills Akron Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Lakewood State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Standing unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Antonio Di Nardo Birth/Established: February 1.H.601 Lakeside Ave. The firm was known for its Craftsman style residences.D.Herman Dercum Birth/Established: May 23. He moved to Longview. Washington in 1987. Washington and worked as an architect for Long?Bell Lumber Company in the 1940?s. Beer. His wife Carlotta lived until the age of 104 and died in Goldendale. Mary's Roman Catholic Church Store and apartment for George D.A. Gender Residence for Mrs. He lived at 1956 West Boulevard in Cleveland. in architecture granted in 1902 and a M.

1889 -1891). Small. Minnesota.216-664-2531 60 of 210 . New York. He was a member of the firm of Small. Draz Birth/Established: November 1. He lived on Falls River Road in Chagrin Falls. Okie & Ziegler. He was also involved in the early planning of Fairmount Road Village (also known as Belgian Village). Donald O Dunn Birth/Established: 1892 Biography: Death/Disolved: June 17. Building List Structure Ashwood Apartments Belgian Village Black Residence George Andomeit Residence Great Lakes Exposition Transportation Building St. Mary's Church in Lorain. with Franz Warner during 1919. William H Dunn Birth/Established: 1847 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1906 William H. Scofield for seventeen years. 1932 Donald O. Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. the University and Hermit Clubs. Cecilia Church St. Stanislaus Church in 1886. He went to Carnegie Tech in Pittsburgh. He settled in Cleveland in 1917. Hugo of the Hills St. While at Walker and Weeks he became junior partner where he was in charge of plans for Hathaway Brown School. He was the City building inspector under Mayors Babcock (1887-8) and Gardner (1885-1886. He was also superintendant of school buildings and was responsible for Cleveland Public Schools from 1884 to 1894. Building List Structure Engine House #23 Engine House #24 Fire Department Headquarters Date 1894 1894 1894 Address 8501 3725 328 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Francis K.30 204 10400 2215 2917 Address 2822 City Cleveland Cleveland Mansfield Gates Mills Cleveland Barberton Detroit Bloomfield Hills Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH MI MI OH Status Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing John W Dolman Birth/Established: 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1925 John W. While in Philadelphia he was associated with the firms Durking. St. Brunner. He lived in Shaker Heights. and raised in Mt. and then Walker and Weeks from 1919 to 1926. 1974 Francis Draz was born in St. the Frieze and Cornice Honorary Architectural Club. He worked in the office of Levi T. the Convent of the Good Shepherd. the University School. and Paul Cret. He boarded on Quincy Avenue in 1900 and was never married. Wesleyan College for Women. Vernon. Dunn was born in New York City and was educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission . OH 44114 . He died 3 April 1906 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery.Biography: Antonio Di Nardo was born in Italy and came to Cleveland in 1916 after attending the University of Pennsylvania. working with Hubbell & Benes from 1917 to 1919. He went into a partnership with Munroe Copper in 1926 that lasted until the end of his life in 1932. In New York he worked in the office of Arnold W. Dunn was the architect of several important religious buildings and for the Cleveland Board of Education. Cove and Stewardson. Margare of Hungary Catholic Church Date 1928 nd nd 1932 1930 1924-5 nd 1931-6 1929 . He owned one sixth of the Fulton Tool Company. Dolman was active as an architect from 1891 to 1901. Augustine's Church St. Reeb. and Draz. He was the architect of several fire department facilities throughout the city.Cleveland. and St. Paul. He designed St.601 Lakeside Ave. Wendelin Church. He was a member of the firm of Koehl & DiNardo in 1924. 1894 Biography: Death/Disolved: September 9. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects. Room 519 .

Edward's School St. Colman Roman Catholic Church Residence for J. Wendelin Roman Catholic Church Store and apartment for H. Catherine Hall St.8 1130 11466 .Structure Addition to Holy Rosary Church Additions to the Convent of the Good Shepherd Bolton School addition Central High School Annex (demolished) Cleveland Manuel Training School Commercial .Cleveland.216-664-2531 61 of 210 .H. Stanislaus Church St.Residential Building for Dennis Flannery Commercial Building Commercial Building for Dennis Flannery Denison School Annex Double Residence for James Scanlon Dunham School Annex East Madison School Annex Euclid Apartment Building for James Rochford Fairmount School Four story apartment building for Hazard Realty Giddings School Hough School Hough School addition Kentucky School Mayflower School Miles Park School Pearl Amusement Roller Rink R. Mary's Church St.8 1950 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2250 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3900 2640 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2027 Cleveland Cleveland 1618 3349 2312 7351 309 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Zanesville Cleveland Cleveland 2062 300 3649 2259-81 Cleveland Lorain Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4105 9511 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Dunn and Copper Birth/Established: 1926 Death/Disolved: 1932 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Colman's Parsonage St. Ely Residence for William Mullens Sackett School South Case School South High School St. Room 519 . Hackman Stores and Hall for W.H.601 Lakeside Ave. OH 44114 .B. Bernard's St. Hayes School Rectory for St. Dunn Tremont School addition Waring School Warren School Woodland School Zanesville High School Zion Lutheran School Date 1896 1904 1894 1890 1893 -4 1888 1888 1888 1892 1889 1893 1893 1900 1891 1901 1890 1887 1893 1891 1894 1890 1904 1890 1889 1882 1900 1891 1890 1894 1899 1889 1903 1895 1886 1903 1895 1899 1891 1884 1892 1891 1902 Address 12001 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing 2094 Cleveland Cleveland 5805 3604 3604 3604 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4602 .

W. He was a member of the firm of Fox. In 1893 he was a member of the firm of Watterson and Dutton. He resided at 3102 Warthington in Shaker Heights. Burgess Date 1894 1895 1897 Nd 1895 1897 Nd Nd 1901 1896 1856 2163 . and later Fox and Duthie. McGean Residence for Warren Griffin King Residence for Wilbur Brooks Stillwell Residence Wayne Young Residence 1929 1926 1931 1927 1929 1927 1927 1929 1929 1929 1927 1926 18926 20814 221 3120 15020 3266 18009 2655 1930 1930 2955 2729 2900 35501 19700 Date 1930-1 1930 Address 542 20030 City Wadsworth Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Willoughby Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Waite Hill Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Wadsworth State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing James R.V. His office was first in the Society for Savings and then the New England Building. Building List Structure Apartment House for Nellie Teichman Building on East 4th Street Cleveland.216-664-2531 62 of 210 . Waite Hill and Wadsworth. Tennessee. Thompson Residence Manikiki Country Club Prescott Ely Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for George Price Residence for I. Martin Residence for John A. Cleveland Heights. Haas Residence J. Terminal and Valley Depot East End Savings Frank Goheen Residence Passenger Depot for Erie Railroad Company Residence Residence Residence for Amelia Ambose Stores for L.Cleveland. He enlisted in the army during World War I. The firm designed houses in Shaker Heights. & S.7 1897 3097 829 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Salineville Gates Mills Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished J Milton Dyer Birth/Established: April 22. Duthie Birth/Established: April 13.F. It would dissolve with the death of Donald Copper in 1932. that were often featured in Bystander and Cleveland Town Topics magazine. 1870 Death/Disolved: May 1957 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Morrison Residence Joseph H. Stillman Dutton was active as a Cleveland architect from 1893 until 1912. Room 519 .Biography: Active from 1926 until 1932 this firm was formed by Donald Dunn and Munroe Copper.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Don Young Residence Edgar Weil Residence Greif Raible Residence H. OH 44114 . 1939 James Duthie was born in Harriman. W Stillman Dutton Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1914 W. Duthie and Foose. 1891 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 12. He lived at 1064 East 97th Street.R.

Biography: J. and Reynold Hinsdale.Cleveland. Chisholm Samuel Dodge Residence Date 1899 1904 nd 1901 1903 nd 1906-7 1911 1916 1940 1901 1914 nd 1910 1905 nd 1908 1907 1901 1902 1907 1904 nd 1909 1902 1903 1909 nd nd 1911 1904 1906 1906 1906 1920 nd 1901 1912 1908 nd 1300 4409 2310-20 10924 11101 1891-21 322-6 1574 11125 3000 1118 601 1 4403 5713-17 300-8 3764 Address City Asheville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Warrensville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Wellington Cleveland Cleveland Painesville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Sharon Cleveland Cleveland Alliance Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State NC OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He continued to work there during the summer. Significant architectural talent came out of his office including Frank Walker.Asheville School Brooklyn Bank Building Brooklyn Heights Cemetery Mausoleum Brown Hoisting Machine Burns Residence Central National Bank City Hospital Dormitory Cleveland Athletic Club Cleveland City Hall Coast Guard Station Columbia Electric Building building wings Commercial Building E. OH 44114 . In 1906. In 1881.T. He then went on to live in a rest home in Cleveland Heights. He also worked for Warner & Swassey for several years. Chandler Residence Gillsy Hotel Guardian Trust Building H. Harry Weeks. Johnson Residence Henry Osborn Residence Herrick Library Hotel James Ferris Residence Lake County Courthouse Loftus Cuddy Residence M. He lived on East 71st Street until the last few years of his life. Milton Dyer was born in Middletown. He attended Central High School. Silver & Company Mill Street School National Malleable Castings National Malleable Castings Office Peerless Motor Car Factory Premier Industries Ramsey Apartment anad Store Building Republic Oil Company Reserve Terminals Residence for A. the Architectural Record published an article on his work where he was highlighted as one of a growing number of professionally educated architects settling in smaller American cities. He never married. H.55th Street) and Woodland Avenue area.216-664-2531 63 of 210 . He was not listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect listing. Moore Residence Edmund Burke Residence First Methodist Church First National Bank Francis Line Residence G. Gund Residence George Kuhlman Car Company George N. his family moved to Willson (E. He died at the age of eighty-seven and is buried in Woodland Cemetery. Building List Structure Anderson Hall . He went to work for Brown Hoisting where he earned a scholarship to the Case Institute of Technology. Pennsylvania where his father had a hardware business.W. then known as Rock's Corners. F.601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 . living with his mother until her death in 1923 and then with his sister until her death in 1954.

Michigan. In 1873 he went to work for William Le Baron Jenney. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission . In 1880 in Chicago Dankmar Adler hired him as an office foreman. West Virginia. He was educated in public schools and completed a two-year course of technical training. A.S. During the late 1880's he was living in New York City. New Jersey. and New York.Infirmary Group Warrensville Farm .Structure Several rooms of Case School of Applied Science Small store for Samuel Dodge Spirit of Progress St. He also apprenticed as a carpenter. He would later move to Cleveland. Politically radical.Cleveland. Room 519 . Treasury Building Venice Apartments W. Chicago. 1951 George Ebeling was a West Virginia-born architect. 1948 Arthur C. He was a partner with George Greible for one year. Louis Sullivan was hired as a draftsman at Edelmann's suggestion. Silverberg Treadway Residence U. where he met Louis Sullivan. Building List Structure Stephens and Widlar Building Wilshire Building Date 1881 1881 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Arthur C Edwards Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 31.F. He returned to Chicago to work in the office of S.S. Townsend Standard Manufacturing Sterling Welch Store Summit County Courthouse Swassey Observatory Tavern Club Taylor's Department Store and Arcade Terrace for Mr. OH 44114 .216-664-2531 64 of 210 . He left Cleveland in 1926. He returned to Cleveland in 1881 where he joined the firm of Coburn and Barnum as a foreman.Tubercular Hospital Warrensville Farm . John Edelmann Birth/Established: 1857 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1900 John Edelmann was born in Cleveland. and then engaged in contracting for ten years.601 Lakeside Ave. He moved to Toledo where he died in 1948. Dodge Residence Warner and Swassey Addition Warrensville Farm . Edwards was born in Lansing. Paul's Episcopal Church Stables and garage for Mt. He was not listed in the November 1940 listing of registered architects that appeared in Ohio Architect. Beman.Workhouse Group Westminster Presbyterian Church Windemere Presbyterian Church Date 1901 1903 1909 1907 1905 nd 1909 1906-8 1909 1905 1907 1905 1904 1915 1922 1904 nd nd nd nd 1907 1904 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH CA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 300 Akron Cleveland Cleveland 1235 209 3522 630 1841 8911 301 8409 Cleveland Akron Granville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland San Francisco Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1443 Cleveland East Cleveland George Ebeling Birth/Established: June 17. he helped form the Socialist League in New York. In 1917 he was self employed as an architect with offices in the McClain Building in Wheeling. He was also an excellent free hand artist. 1889 Biography: Death/Disolved: November 16. He spent time in Cleveland. In 1894 he was in Forest Hill.

He then went to Europe to study architecture.74 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Hull & Dutton Building East Madison School Esmond Apartments Factory Building for Victory Oil Date 1892 1892 1899 1884 1883 1885 1897 1884 1891 . In 1903 Mayor Tom Johnson appointed him to a new building code commission. Biggs T.83 70 .83 115-7 1380 3345 Address 1279 . graduating from the Polytechinical School at Stuttgart. He came to Cleveland in 1878. He was appointed by Governor McKinley as member of the state house commission and was the architect of the Ohio Building at the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo (1900).residential building for H.G. Frog & Crossing Commercial Building for Bradley Estate Commercial Building for Erastus Cushing Commercial Buildng for Pabst Brewing Conrad Thoma Reisdence Duke School Dunham School E. He served as the assistant United States engineer in the lake survey service. He supervised the construction of many local schools. the stellar example of that building type in the country. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1871. In 1887 he went into private practice.2 1903 1892 1890 1904 1902 1883 1883 1897 1889 1898 1904 Dunham & Lexington 2025 1130 4806 1530 2357 . He then took a course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Room 519 . Kline Charles Heer Residence Commercial . OH 44114 . Lind & Hall Brick store and dwelling for Guardian Trust Brownell School Buhrer School Case School of Applied Science (demolished) Childrens Ward fpr City Hospital Clark School Cleveland Dorcas Home for Sick and Destitute Women Cleveland. He was the landscape architect and superintendent of parks while Wade Park was improved and was the supervising architect for the Board of Education from 1883 until 1889. Levini's Residence Addition Residence of C. Building List Structure Addition to commercial building for the Bradley Estate Alterations to commercial building for Weber.S. of the Old Arcade. Dennis Residence Metzner Building addition Mr.Cleveland.216-664-2531 65 of 210 .601 Lakeside Ave.L. 1924 John Eisenmann was born in Detroit and educated in Monroe. Simmons Residence Date 1907 1907 1908 1907 nd nd 1910 1907 1907 nd Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Standing 1477 Lakewood Chagrin Falls 1639 1460 1897-1905 Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH OH OH Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing 15709 Cleveland John Eisenmann Birth/Established: 1852 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 6. He is best known as the architect. Michigan. churches. along with George Smith.9 1279 . as well as hospitals.G.R. In 1882 he accepted a position as professor of engineering at Case School of Applied Science.Structure Apartment House for M. Henderson Harry Kilpatrick Residence M. and other small public buildings in Pennsylvania and other states. Levine Apartment House for S.

1945 John H. Following his first wife's death in 1834 he remarried and moved to Ohio City.Structure Farmers and Drovers Stock Yard Co Jackson Street School Joseph Turner and Sons Manufacturing Kinsman School Addition Light Manufacturing Building for Maurice & Ignatz Stone Lincoln School Lincoln School Marion School Ohio Building Ohio Masonic Home Pardee Residence Powerhouse and 5 story commercial building for Bradley est 47 x 195 $22.601 Lakeside Ave.W. OH 44114 . Cushing Wagner Manufacturing Warehouse for Henry & Betsy Cushing Warehouse for Morris Bradley Trustee West High School West Side Library (Cinecraft) William Taylor and Sons Zion Lutheran Church Date 1898 1896 ? 1889 1894 1902 1883. Elliot was born in Toronto. Building List Structure Cleveland Centre Block of Stores (demolished) First Presbyterian Church Holland Land Office St. In Cleveland he lived at 1573 East 93rd Street. Bank of Buffalo Buffalo. Junior W Everhard Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Collister The Arcade Three story dry goods for H. Ontario. Room 519 . Petersburg. He handled the design aspects for the firm. Florida in 1925. He arrived in Cleveland with Wilm Knox in 1888. Connecticut and spent his youth in Weedsport. At Ohio City he established a shop and lumberyard. He had moved to Rochester. New York in 1829 where new carpentry opportunities existed after the opening of the Erie Canal.Cleveland. where he died in 1945.S. John's Episcopal Church U.000 Residence for John O. which was also experiencing growth with the opening of the Ohio and Erie Canal. New York Vineyard Lane Bridge Date 1834-6 1825 nd 1835 1836 1845 2905 Address City Cleveland Rochester Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH NY OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished John H Elliot Birth/Established: 1862 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 27. 1900 1883 1883 1900 1890-2 1903 1892 Address City Cleveland Painesville State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NY OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished 5932 1213 2520 2520 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Buffalo 2655 10220 Springfield Cleveland Cleveland 1890 1884-5 1885 1898 1890 1901 1901 1890 1896 1883 1897 1891 1883 1966 4940 5360 1168 401 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH MI Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished 2040 21 2515 2 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Monroe Hezikah Eldredge Birth/Established: 1795 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1845 Hezikah Eldredge was born in Salisbury. New York.K.216-664-2531 66 of 210 . He retired to St. Canada of American born parents. Ensign Sibley (Jane Addams School) Stanard School Tenement for C.

and inventor who was born in St.216-664-2531 67 of 210 . later moving to 6824 Forview Road in Brecksville. He worked for the Miami Valley Conservation District in Dayton. 1976 Junior W. the Roland Realty Company.601 Lakeside Ave. the Cleveland Engineering Society. and Steemoil Burner Company. OH 44114 .Cleveland. He was on the board of directors of the National Town and Country Club. the American Institute of Architects. 1880 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1954 William Stanley Ferguson was an architect. the Weona Realty Company. Room 519 . engineer. Ohio. and an elder of Franklin Circle Christian Church. used throughout the United States. Ohio in the late teens.H. Building List Structure Avon Lake Theatre C. Conners Dancing Academy Cleveland Motor Sales Company Commercial Building Commercial Building for Templar Realty Commercial Building fro Standard Drugs Cresswell Building Factory for Mason Tire and Rubber Liquid Carbonic Corporation Medical Centre Building Ohio Buick Welfare Building restaurant Date 1949 1919 1919 . His office was in the 1900 Euclid Building. the YMCA. Ontario and educated in the Cleveland Public Schools. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 11. and the Ferguson re-inforced dock. the Roland Improvement Company. Building List Structure Heights Christian Church Hiram College Administration Building Hiram College Gymnasium Residence Towslee School Triumph the Church 1924 1956 1930 11508 3555 9218 Date 1933 Address 17300 City Shaker Heights Hiram Hiram Cleveland Brunswick Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing William Stanley Ferguson Birth/Established: May 8. Everhard was a South Dakota-born architect. Luke's Hospital and is buried in Hiram Cemetery in Hiram.S.20 1923 1921 1918 nd 1917 1929 1923 1927 1917 705 1318 1001 Address 33487 6445 3950 2000 6820 City Avon Lake Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kent Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Ferguson and Cameron Birth/Established: 1907 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1907 This architectural firm was formed by Harry Ferguson and James Cameron. He lived at 26151 Lake Shore Boulevard in 1930. In 1930 he lived at 9213 Clifton Boulevard. It was only listed in the 1907 Cleveland City Directory. He died in St. He was a 1913 graduate of Hiram College and also received degrees from Carnegie Institute of Technology and the University of Pennsylvania. From 1924 to 1929 he was the Director of Public Service for the City of Cleveland. Ferguson Company in 1910. He became the President of the W. Thomas. He was a member of the Cleveland Kiwanis Club. President and General Manager of the Memphis Hy-Lands Company. He is listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect list. He was Vice President of the Dock and Teminal Engineering Company. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Birth/Established: July 19. He invented two-rope ore digging buckets.

Cleveland. and Koehl & Foose. Building List Structure Bethlehem Lutheran Church Church First Christian Church Date Nd Nd Nd Address City Chicago Hennepin Canton State IL IL OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission .601 Lakeside Ave. The firms work was featured in the February 1912 issue of the Ohio Architect and Builder. He received an engineering degree from the A&M College of Texas and a degree in architecture from the University of Illinois. Howard Residence for H. Building List Structure Apartment House Churches in New York City and Boston Residence Residence for A. Howard Residence for H. Reed & Stem. He later entered the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. It was active in Cleveland from 1910 until 1914.H. In 1902.H. In 1908 he went to Columbia University to pursue studies in architecture. Ignatius College. This was followed by four years in the New York branch of the Beaux Arts Society. and Woodruff Leeming. 1884 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 31. OH 44114 .35 1930 1924 17514 1231 4341 14416 15506 13057 13051 13047 13207 Address 1373 City Cleveland New York City Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Lakewood Euclid Garfield Heights State OH NY O OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Status Standing Adrian Foose Birth/Established: March 29. He retired in 1952. In Cleveland he lived at 10521 Tacoma Avenue in Glenville. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Sampson James Fountain Birth/Established: November 15. Milton Dyer.216-664-2531 68 of 210 . Timothy's Church Date 1914 Nd 1922 1917 1917 1917 1917 1918 1925 .1969 Adrian Foose born in Wheeling. After returning to Cleveland he was associated with Charles Schneider and William Lougee. He retired from Warner & Swassey in 1949 and moved to Los Angeles. Howard St. Ernest Greene. He formed a partnership with Arthur F. James Church St. Fountain was a native of Camden. In that office he worked on the interior arcade of the Sterling & Welch store.F Stillman Fish Birth/Established: 1883 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1957 F. He is listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 issue of Ohio Architect. Moratz about 1910.H. He died in Laguna Hills. Room 519 . Fox. Stillman Fish attended parochial schools in Cleveland and went to St. He was associated with the architectural firms of Crowell and Little. Fountain & Moratz Birth/Established: 1910 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1914 This architectural firm was established by Sampson Fountain and Arthur Moratz. West Virginia. He was a member of the Beaux-Arts Society of New York and the Knights of Columbus. went to work for Steffens and Steffens. Duthie & Fox. He was appointed as the City Architect of Manila by the American government. The firm was later purchased by Paul Cahill. Alabama. California. he went to work as a draftsman in the office of Searles and Hirsh and. Ignatius Parish Church St. Howard Residence for H.1930 1925 .H. Paul's Church St. 1881 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 15. three years later. He came to Cleveland in 1908 to work in the offices of J. 1914 Sampson J. Pawlak Residence for H. He lived at 2945 Corydon Road in Cleveland Heights. After completion of studies he was associated with the firms of Grosvenor Atterbury.

E. Adrian Foose would leave the firm and it became Fox & Duthie. Church St.A. 1881 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 12. 1952 George Fox was a native of Berlin Heights. McCall Residence of Mr. Newton B. Room 519 . and Foose Birth/Established: 1926 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1932 Fox. H. Duthie.E. Philomena Parish Buildings Date Nd Nd Nd Nd 1910 Nd Nd Nd Nd Nd Nd Nd Nd Address City Canton Fort Madison Cleveland Canton State OH IA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH IL OH TX OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 10937 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Lakes Euclid Taylorville Cullon Houston East Cleveland George Fox Birth/Established: August 10. The firm took this name after Adrian Foose left the partnership.They designed several homes in Shaker Heights and eastern suburbs. Paul's M.A. Emmerton Residence of Miss D.H. and Foose was a firm that existed in the late 1920's and early 1930's and which specialized in residential design. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Fox. Building List Structure Fred Roosa Residence Gall Building Milverton Apartment Raloph Dusseau Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for O.Cleveland. Schufell Residence of Edson L. Cannon Residence of F. In the 1940's he was a member of a firm with Henry Fox.216-664-2531 69 of 210 . Sherman St. Duthie. He remained in that position in the 1920 census. OH 44114 . and Adrian Foose. Francis Hospital St. Duthie & Foose. John's Church St. He would later be a member of the architectural firm of Fox. James Duthie. and then Fox & Duthie.A.Structure First Presbyterian Church Hospital Residence of Dr. Wall Residence of W. Koelker Shaker Block Union Trust Company Date 1930 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 nd nd 1929 1930 1928 1929 1927 1929 2670 23700 19614 17011 22126 3264 18311 18111 Address 14600 3238 City Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Euclid Shaker Heights Euclid Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH O OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .W. Fox and Duthie Birth/Established: 1934 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1940 This was an architectural firm that included George Fox and James Duthie. He was the Chief Draftsman for the Cleveland Board of Education in 1918. Ohio.M. The principles of the firm were George Fox.601 Lakeside Ave. Gurley Residence of Dr.

Drake Pohlman Residence Residence for Dr.D. where he was initially joined by his brother W. Terry Residence Kinsman Street M.A. Schwartz Brock Carriage Company Building on Detroit for Robert Duffy Business and apartment block for Milton Morton Cleveland Brass and Iron Bedstead Company Com-res bldg for J. He established himself in Cleveland in 1892.T. French.E. who acted as superintendant of construction. Clark Terrace on Outhwaite Street for Carl Reiger The Mariva Apartments Three story brick and stone apt Date 1901 1901 1901 1906 1907 1907 1905 1894 1904 1903 1905 1895 1901 1896 1898 1904 1903 1904 1905 1898 1906 1894 1899 1899 1903-4 1904 1905 1892 1904 1906 1904 1904 1904 1905 1899 1895 6212 11825 2028-30 2472 1884 3961 1693 1713 . OH 44114 . Levison Terrace Terrace for T.H.216-664-2531 70 of 210 . Church Addition Mariva Apartments for W. Loomis J.601 Lakeside Ave. Champ 4 story Commercial block Commercial building on Commercial/ apartment building E.21 559 1303 1543 1547 1547 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland North Olmsted Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished French & LaChance Cleveland Landmarks Commission . where he built a number of churches and business blocks.E. French began his profession in Toronto. Garlock Barber Shop for J.Cleveland. A & W.D. F.Structure Union Trust Company Date 1929 Address City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished Alfred A French Birth/Established: 1861 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1943 Albert . Smith Residence on Euclid Heights Factory addition Hotel for H.A. Fagan Residence for William Howells Rose & Burdick Double Residence Second Congregational Church Store and apartment Store and apartment building for M.H. Shattuck Residence E. Room 519 .M. French was succeded by the firm of French and Chapman.D. Building List Structure 3 story apt for Francz Bros 3 story apt for Francz Bros 3 story brick factory for Bishop & Babcock Apartment building Apartment building Apartment Building Apartment building for Louis Morris Apartment House for W.

Alfred French would go on to partner in the firms of French & La Chance.lived partnership with Harry Cone in 1905 before he also went on to practice individually.L. Hower Residence Rose & Burdick Doulbe Residence Second Reformed Church Second Reformed Church and Parsonnage Whitaker Apartment House for Charles & Ann Whitaker Date 1894 Nd Nd 1894 Nd Nd Nd 1892 1893 Nd 1894 1025 2028 . Bates Residence Freedom Christian Assembly Haber Block Henry Smyth Residence N. Michael's School on Scranton Road. Fugman & Uhlrich became known for religious buildings both for Roman Catholic and Protestant congregations. Room 519 . OH 44114 . 1858 Biography: Death/Disolved: September 3. Germany.30 3801 765 Address City Cleveland Streator Alliance Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Burbank Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished French. Most notably they designed the Art Noveau J. and French & Chapman and then form his own firm. and Ss.S. Building List Structure Machine Shop and Boiler Works (River Works & Boiler Company) for Thomas Teare and Matthew Thomas Residence for I. Cyril and Methodius in Youngstown. He was a partner with Emile Uhlrich from 1899 to 1903. Hudson Store on Euclid Avenue. St. including St. From 1886 to 1897 he was a partner with C.C.000 Cleveland Crematory Building Commercial Building Date 1893 1893 1895 1738 Address 828 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .7 City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished 1891 1891 2644 . the Independent Evangelical Protestant Church on West 44th Street.6 1947 Cleveland Cleveland OH OH Demolished Demolished Godfrey Fugman Birth/Established: September 22. Building List Structure Business block for I.601 Lakeside Ave. He is first listed in Cleveland City Directories in 1885. Frank Cramer. Building List Structure Dettelback Block Double Residence for Burdick and Rose E. Oberbrunner Residendce for Joseph J.Birth/Established: Biography: Death/Disolved: French and Chapman Birth/Established: 1893 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1894 This architectural firm included Albert French and Ernest Chapman. until Cramer left to serve in the Spanish American War. A & W.Cleveland. Adams Date 1892 Address 1201 . The Fugman & Uhlrich partnership ended in 1903. Procop's Church on West 41st Street. He also became heavily involved in constructing buildings on investment real estate he owned. He was educated in Stuttgart and came to the United States in 1881. Bruno $10.216-664-2531 71 of 210 . The firm's buildings had a European influence in their design. Uhlrich went on to practice individually while Fugman formed a short . Birth/Established: 1891 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1892 Brothers Alfred and Walter French were partners in an architectural firm in the early 1890's. Cramer and Fugman were mostly known for their commercial buildings. 1935 Godfrey Fugman was born in Wurtemberg.W.

Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Fugman and Uhlrich Birth/Established: 1899 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1903 This architectural firm was formed by German . Hudson store and St.216-664-2531 72 of 210 . Fugman and Uhlrich developed an alternative to the Group Plan that called for mall directly north of Public Square. Cyril and Methodius Church Date 1899 1903 1899 1900 1900 1899 1898 1904 1899 1899 1903 1899 1899 1899 1901 1898 1899 1901 1899 1899 1900 1898 1904 1904 3117 2673 2711 2306 2306 252 6117 1452 6117 44 . with a domed City Hall and Public Library. Hudson Store Parsonage for Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Residence and office for Geroge Hopkins Residence for A. Honk Residence for Frank Mares Residence for J.50 2104 6602 .8 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Akron Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cincinnati Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Youngstown State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Haber Residence for A. Cone in June 1905. J.born Godfrey Fugman and French . OH 44114 . terminating in a railroad station on the lakefront.born Emile Uhlrich and was in existance between 1899 and 1903. Notably they included the Art Nouveau J. H.Structure Residence for Dr. Buildings by this firm had a very European flare.8 Address 3437 5804 . Room 519 .Residential Building for Godfrey Fugman Ditsch Hall Frank Mares Residence German American Club House Independent Evangelical Protestant Church J.Cleveland. Elizabeth Roman Catholic Church South Brooklyn Town Hall South Brooklyn Town Hall St. It had a much more European appearance.M. A rendering of their proposal appeared in the Ohio Architect and Builder.601 Lakeside Ave.S. Carroll Residence for Joseph Noehelfer Residence for William Kees Residence for William Yost School for St. Building List Structure Addition to Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Building for Krause Furniture Calvary Cemetery Keepers Residence Cleveland Creamatory Commercial . Michael's School on Scranton Road.L. O'Donnell Residence J. It also had sites for a music hall and art museum. L. Lueke Residence for Joseph Strauss Saengerfest Hall Stores and tenements Date 1894 1894 1893 1894 Address 1780 3812 2466 4120 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Fugman and Cone Birth/Established: 1905 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1906 Godfrey Fugman formed an architectural partnership with Harry A.

John's Evangelical Lutheran Church St. Ryan Residence Jeffersonville Youngville Central School Lake Forest Country Club Residence Residence for I. 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 5. He enlisted in World War I and served in the engineering corps. Taylor & Cahill. Francis of Assissi Church St. Fulton & Taylor remained partners until 1934. He died on December 10.C. Room 519 . John the Baptist Greek Catholic School and Rectory St. New York.12511 Address City Albany Cleveland Willougby Jeffersonville Hudson Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Albany Rocky River Cleveland Heights State NY OH OH NY Ohio OH OH OH OH OH NY OH OH Status Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unkown Standing Harry Aldus Fulton Birth/Established: October 19. and a member of First Presbyterian Church in East Cleveland.H. Later moving to a residence in Fairhill Village.601 Lakeside Ave.H. He lived at 19600 Upper Valley Drive in Euclid.216-664-2531 73 of 210 . 1961 Harry A. He joined William Reed Taylor (1884-1964) in forming the architectural firm of Fulton & Taylor in 1913. Michael's School St. He was the Cleveland Board of Education architect during the Works Progress Administration.H. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Structure St.W. OH 44114 . Procop's Catholic Church St. He was a member of Acadia Country Club. In 1957 Fulton formed the firm of Fulton. He was a member of the Cleveland Real Estate Board. He lived at 2459 Overlook Road in Cleveland Heights. Florida where he is buried. He received a B. He was listed as a registered architect in the Ohio Architect November 1940. 1965 Harold Ott Fullerton was born in Youngstown. Kleinman Realty Residence for S. He was known as the dean of school architects. Hinig Residence for S. a 32nd degree Mason. 1961 in Leeburg.Cleveland. in architecture and architectural engineering from the University of Michigan. and outlying communities. Paul Cahill joined the firm from 1921-3 when it was known as Fulton.S. Nassau & Associates. Kleinman Realty Richardson Hall Annex Theo De Witt Residence Willaim H. Procop's School Stores and flats for John Jacob Two story frame dwg Two story frame dwg for John Weizer Zion Church Date 1903 1900 1901 1900 1901 1902-3 1906 1899 1901 1899 1901 1901 1899 Address 1757 2135 8021 5830 506 3146 3181 City Norwood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Marietta Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 3437 Cleveland Harold Ott Fullerton Birth/Established: October 18. His firm designed several schools for Cleveland. Fulton was a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. 1884 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 10. the suburbs. Del Motte. After leaving Cleveland in 1932 he settled in Albany. Ramsay Residence 1928 nd 1930 1929 1926 1928 1927 1927 1956 1929 1927 2691 1259 16400 100 Date 1946 12309 . Elizabeth Roman Catholic Church St. Elizabeth's School St. Mary's Church St. Kleinman Residence for S. Building List Structure Draper Hall Addition Fairhill Village J.

Fulton and Taylor
Birth/Established: 1913 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1934 This architectural firm was formed by Harry A. Fulton and William Reed Taylor existing between 1913 and 1934. The firm designed numerous school buildings in Cleveland suburbs, and throughout Northeast Ohio.

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Structure Admiral King High School Akron Towel and Supply Beehive School Addition Beehive School Addition Buhrer School Addition Case School Addition Central High School Columbia Township School (Fulton Taylor, Cahill) Commercial building addition Dike School Dunham School Addition Factory Fairview Park High School Fields Elementary School Franklin D. Roosevelt School Garfield Heights High School Goldwood Elementary School J.C. Newman Cigar Company KSU buildings Lathrop Elementary School Mayfield Middle School McKinley School Miles Park School Addition Nathaniel Hawthorne School North Ridgeville Hich School R. B. Hayes School Addition Remodeling Belle Centre High School Residence Residence for Robert Boggis Robert Boggis Residence Rock Creek School Addition Rocky River High School Shore High School Addition Shore High School Addition Shore High School Addition St. John Cantius Roman Catholic Church St. Patrick Parsonage Temporary Episcopal Church Valley Forge High School Walton School West 9th Street Terminal Warehouse Woodland School Addition Date nd 1918 1925 1931 1939 1939 1940 1921 1917 1939 1938 1918 1928 1928 1939 1928 c. 1928 1919 nd 1929 1924 1922 1939 1917 1927 1938 1918 1918 1918 1918 1923 nd 1925 1929-30 1947 1925 1917 1918 nd 1938 1917 1939 3427 2987 20951 291 291 291 906 3900 61 1123 3349 9215 3575 21600 280 2500 6600 1525 2225 4345 4345 Address City Lorain Akron Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Columbia Township Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Fairview Park North Ridgeville Cleveland Garfield Heights Rocky River Marion Kent Painesville Mayfield Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland North Ridgeville Cleveland Belle Centre Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Rocky River Euclid Euclid Cleveland Cleveland Belle Centre Denison Parma Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished

Fulton, Taylor and Cahill
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Birth/Established: 1921 Biography:

Death/Disolved: 1923

Architect Paul Cahill joined Harry A. Fulton and William Reed Taylor in forming the firm of Fulton, Taylor and Cahill. It was listed in Cleveland City Directories from 1921 until 1923.

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Structure Brownhelm School Columbia Township School Date 1922 1921 Address City Brownhelm Township, Lorain County Columbia Township - Lorain County State OH OH Status Standing

Henry Charles Gabele
Birth/Established: July 20, 1887 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 13, 1958 was born in Massillon. He was a member of the firm of Gabele and Potter. He worked for the Austin Company during World War II. He lived at 1270 East 89th Street. He died in St. Vincents Charity Hospital.

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Gabele and Potter
Birth/Established: 1918 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1918 This architectural firm was formed by Henry Gabele and J. Ellsworth Potter that was active in 1918. It would later be known as Potter & Gabele with listings in Cleveland City Directories from 1924 until 1932.

Oscar L Gaede
Birth/Established: July 25, 1885 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 11, 1933 Oscar L. Gaede was an alumnus of Western Reserve University and Case School of Applied Science. He was a member of the Builders Exchange and the Cleveland Athletic Club. He was the father of Cleveland architect Robert Gaede.

Abram Garfield
Birth/Established: November 21, 1872 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 16, 1958 Abram Garfield was born in Washington, D.C., the youngest son of President James Abram Garfield. He was educated at Williams College and the Massachusetts Institution of Technology. He practiced architecture in Cleveland, beginning in 1898. He was a member of the firm of Meade and Garfield from 1898 until 1905, when he went into business for himself. In 1936 the firm became known as Garfield, Harris, Robinson & Schafer, and in 1957 Garfield, Harris, Schafer, Flynn & Williams. He served on the Cleveland City Planning Commission from 1928 to 1942. He was appointed to the National Council of Fine Arts in 1909, and served on the National Commission on Fine Arts from 1925 to 1930. He was one of the original sponsors of the Cleveland School of Architecture at Western Reserve University. He was a member of the Union, Tavern, Rowfant, Chagrin Valley Hunt Clubs and the Country Club of Cleveland. His office was in the National City Bank Building and he lived on 9718 Lake Shore Boulevard in Bratenahl.

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Structure Babies Dispensary & Hospital Babies Dispensary & Hospital Babies Dispensary & Hospital addition Blossom Recreation Center Clifford Neff Residence Country Club Diagonistic Laboratory Building City Hospital Dormitory and Science Building F.E. :House Residence Faxon Thomas Residence Garfield Library Higbee Department Store (altered) Date 1908 1917 1917 1930 1918 nd Nd Nd 1928 nd 1903 1910 1379 10 7300 1225 13415 24400 343 Address 13415 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Beachwood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Chattanooga Mentor Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH TN OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing

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Structure Hiram College Dormitory and Science Building John Oliver Residence (Willdwood) Kenyon College Lake Erie College Dormitory Lake Erie College Gymnasium and Music Building Lakewood City Hall Leonard Hall Maternity Hospital Mrs. John Hay Residence National Union Fire Insurance Home Office Building Pebble Hill Plantation Residence Residence Residence for Mary Crowell Samuel Mather Hall Stern & Mann Department Store Storehouse for American Red Cross Tuberculosis Preventorium Building W.D.B. Alexander House Western Reserve University Dormitory Mather College Western Reserve University Institute of Pathology Building - Cleveland YMCA

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Gambier Cleveland Cleveland Pittsburgh Thomasville Palm Beach Shaker Heights Cleveland Gambier Canton Cleveland Warrensville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland

Garfield, Harris, Robinson, Schafer
Birth/Established: 1935 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1958 This architectural firm was formed by Abram Garfield, George Harris, Alexander Robinson, Gilbert P.Schafer. It was formed in 1935 and existed under this name until Abram Garfield's death in 1958. The firm which still exists, now known as Westlake, Reed, Leskosky Architects, celebrated its one hundreth anniversary in 1905.

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Structure Cuyahoga County Administration Building F.W.Woolworth Federal Building Lakewood Public Library Date 1956 1949-50 1937 - 8 1956 306-18 648 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Ketchikan Cleveland State OH OH Alaska OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing

Garfield, Stanley - Brown, Harris, Robinson
Birth/Established: 1926 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1934 This architectural firm was formed by Abram Garfield, Rudolph Stanley - Brown, George Harris, and Alexander Robinson and was in existence between 1930 and 1934.

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Structure Post Office Robert Livingston Ireland Residence Date 1933 1925 19100 Address City Cleveland Shaker Heights State OH OH Status Standing Standing

George B. Post and Sons
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Birth/Established: 1909 Biography:

Death/Disolved: 1929

George B. Post and Sons was an architectural firm from New York City. It opened a Cleveland office in 1909 in the Scofield Building that was closed in 1929. Cleveland architect Charles Schneider once headed the Cleveland office.

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Structure Bartlett Building Cleveland Trust Cleveland Trust Bank Cleveland Trust Bank Building Fenn Tower Fenway Hall Hotel Statler Mt. Sinai Administration Building Residence for J.G. Russell Second National Building Wade Park Manor Williamson Building Wurlitzer Building unk 1917 1908 1929-30 1927 1911 1916 1910 1911 1923 1899 159 900 Date Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing

William P Ginther
Birth/Established: March 21, 1858 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1933 William P. Ginther, a devout Roman Catholic, was based in Akron. He William P. Ginter was based in Akron. He designed numerous Roman Catholic churches, schools and rectories in Cleveland and had a long list of churches he designed throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, California, Virginia, and New York. He worked in the office of Frank Weary from 1879 until 1886. He made a tour of Europe in 1889, including Rome, Milan, Venice, Cologne, Paris, London and Berlin.

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Structure Church of Immaculate Conception Church of the Good Shepherd Holy Cross Church Holy Family Church Holy Family Church Holy Name Church Holy Name School Holy Rosary Church Holy Trinity Church Immaculate Conception Church Immaculate Conception Church Immaculate Conception School Immaculate Conception School Immaculate Conception School Immaculate Heart of Mary Most Holy Rosary Church Our Lady of Mount Carmel Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Our Lady of Sorrows Sacred Heart Church Sacred Heart Church Sacred Heart of Jesus St. Adalbert's Parochial Residence St. Aloysius School Date 1907 1901 nd 1912 - 4 nd nd nd nd 1906 1908 nd nd nd nd nd nd 1903 nd 1900 1906-7 nd nd 1907 nd 2349 1514 340 126 1607 310 3058 1920 122 325 409 415 131 7211 550 Address City Canton Toledo Glouster Tulsa Gas City Steubenville Steubenville Lowellville Cleveland Johnstown Ozark Canton Wellsville Youngstown Pittsburgh Johnsonburg Ashtabula Warren Ashtabula St. Mary's Coshocton Shelby Settlement Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OK IN OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH PA PA OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown

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6 1909 . Peter's Church St. Louis Church St. Francis's Church St.1905 1905 nd nd nd 1904-5 1903 1902 nd nd nd 1896 nd nd 1906 nd nd nd 1907 nd nd nd nd 1906 1893 1903 1904 1910 1914 . Room 519 . Mary's Church St.Cleveland. Paul's Church St. Joseph's Church St. Procop's Parish School St. Joseph's Church St. Mary's School St. Philip's Neri St. Andrew's Church St. Aloysius School St. Mary's Church St. Mary's Church St. Michael's Church St. Bernard's Rectory St. Rosa's School St. Joseph's School St. Mary's Canton Tiffin 913 307 669 303 Gallipolis Danville Cleveland Norwalk Antwerp Payne Junction 750 44 1011 Akron Cortland Clinton McKees Rocks Akron Conneaut Elyria 317 200 328 130 3700 241 104 700 50 3185 3183 21 Gibsonburg North Ridge Miller City Bellefontaine Erie Cleveland North Canton Mansfield Canton Pittsburgh Murray City Cleveland Cleveland Lima Oil City Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Mary's Church St. John the Baptist Church St. Bernard's School St. Anne's Church St. Colman's School St. Columba's Church St. Nicholas Church St. Michael's Church St. Bernard Church St. Martin's Church St. Patrick's Church St. Clare's Church St. Cyril & Methodius Church St. Luke's Church St.15 nd nd 1917 nd nd 1905 nd 1902 nd 1893 1903 nd 1911 nd 1903 nd 1907 1907 nd 1906 Address 310 631 921 240 47 500 City East Liverpool Roanoke Erie Cambridge Springs Akron Akron Akron New Washington Oxnard Cleveland State OH VA PA PA OH OH OH OH CA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NY OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NY NY PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH PA Status Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing 156 305 Youngstown Barberton Chicago Carthagena 168 500 325 713 3330 8 138 Columbus Defiance Logan Canton Ashtabula Randolph Perry Circleville St.Structure St. Patrick's Church St. Mary's School St. Joseph's Church St. Anthony's Church St. Mary's Church St. Joseph's Convent Addition St. John's Church St. John's School St. Procop's Parochial Residence St. Mary's School St. Joseph's Church St. Francis Xavier St.601 Lakeside Ave. Stephen's Church Date nd nd nd nd 1902 . Mary's Church St.216-664-2531 78 of 210 . Patrick's Club House St. Mary's Church St. OH 44114 . Mary's Church St. Joseph's School St. Peter's School St. John's Church St. Bernard's School St. Philip's Church St.

In 1889 he moved to Seattle.601 Lakeside Ave. Pennington. Lane and Mendel with former Clevelander Samuel Lane. He lived in Cleveland at 866 East 105th Street until 1914. He later formed a partnership with W.Cleveland. Upon his return. where he formed the partnership Gleichmann.1895 Cigar Box Factory for Rickersburg Brothers Clubhouse for Utopian Club Commercial and residential building for the Dieboldt Brewing Company Commercial Building for B. 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 15. He is listed as a draftsman in the 1884 Cleveland City Directory. Elsamer Commercial building for Diebolt Brewing Commercial Building for estate of Aaron Trather Commercial Building for Sandrowitz Brothers Commercial Residential Building for the United Realty Construction Company Dwelling for A.000 Inland 7. Washington Territory. Kohn Empire Theatre Factory for Joe Bendan Fire Station #16 Fire Station #18 Fred Elsasser Residence Hazeldell School Horace Rossitter Residence Ignatz Koblitz Residence Keith's Prospect Theatre L& J Wohl's Hungarian Restaurant Lafayette Theatre Livestock Exchange Building Majestic Theatre Date 1901 1909 1895 1896 1895 1899 1907 1899 1893 1895 1914 4239 .41 2147-59 587 10402 1607 3112 4239 1274 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 1900 Nd 1895 1904 1898 1895 1900 1895 1896 1911 1903 Nd 1911 1907 3200 1775-83 1280 1440 3601 3409 1408-12 726 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 79 of 210 . eventually working for the architect Edward Ruprect. stone and steel business block for James Benda $12. Building List Structure addition to warehouse owned by S. Vincent de Paul's School St.390 Woodland Apartments Brick. Stephen's School St. They returned to Cleveland by 1892. He died in 1931 and is buried in New York.R. Wendelin's School Date nd nd nd nd nd - Address City Niles Columbus Akron Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Morris Gleichman Birth/Established: April 10. Vincent's Orphan School St. He was a member of the Forest City Blue Lodge Masons and the Scottish Rite and politically he was a Republican. Gleichmann formed a partnership with Charles S.C. OH 44114 . Thomas the Apostle St. Kohn & Son . He was the architect and designer of a onethousand foot high Tower of Babel for the Paris Exposition of 1900. 1931 Morris Gleichmann was born in Austria-Hungary and came to the United States with his parents at the age of six.Structure St. He was educated in the Cleveland public schools. He moved on to New York City where he practiced architecture until 1930. Room 519 . His building designs reflected progressive designs that were prevalent in the west as practiced by Bernard Maybeck and Greene and Greene. Chestney. initially living with relatives at 77 Bridge Street.

R. OH 44114 . He was the son-in-law of architect Charles Heard. Kohn and Sons Commercial Building Store and apartment building Store and apartments for John Kehres Store and apartments for Matthew Burrick Store and tenement for David Grossman Walnut Avenue Business Block West Cleveland Banking Center William Young Residence William Young Residence Date 1899 1899 1907 . Everett Denton Dr.7 c 1830 c 1830 1832 . Woolsey Residence Joseph Sawyer Residence Judge Aaron Wilcox Residence Lewis . Building List Structure Ohavei Emuna Anshe Russian Jewish Synagogue Addition Date 1894 Address 2530 City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished Jonathan Goldsmith Birth/Established: 1783 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1847 Jonathan Goldsmith was born in Milford.601 Lakeside Ave.Minch House Isaac Gilbert Residence John M. Charles Livingston Residence Dr.Morley House Lyman Kendall Residence Nathan Corning Residence Nathan Perry Residence Peter Weddell Residence Robert Moody Residence Robinson Elwell House Samuel Cowles Residence Sherlock J.Cleveland.8 1909 1895 1894 1897 1909 1893 1895 1895 Address 3406 1171 10503 1209-11 1219 4417-23 10101 11114 11114 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Gleichman and Chestney Birth/Established: 1894 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1894 After Morris Gleichman returned to Cleveland from Seattle he formed a partnership with W. Building List Structure Charles Hickox Residence Dr. it was listed in the 1894 Cleveland City Directory. He died in Painesville and is buried in the Painesville Township Cemetery. He designed over thirty houses in Painesville and ten houses in Cleveland in the late Federal and early Greek Revival style.7 1836 c 1833 .3 1819 c 1833 1833 . John Matthews Residence Eber D. Room 519 .Structure Mayflower Flats Parkwood School S. Howe Residence Heard .216-664-2531 80 of 210 .8 c 1820 1826 . Connecticut and moved to Ohio in 1811. Chestney.5 1834 .5 622 400 1723 540 8353 2157 3333 172 1211 9364 55 309 215 9647 Address 1201 City Cleveland Painesville Painesville Painesville Painesville Mentor Painesville Cleveland Mentor Painesville Painesville Cleveland Mentor Cleveland Cleveland Painesville Willougby Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Andrews Residence Thomas Kelley Residence Date c 1835 c 1827 1816 1829 1822 c 1830 c 1827 1837 .4 c 1833 . He was a master builder active in Lake County and Cleveland between 1819 and 1843.

MA Boston.C. Room 519 . He opened a Boston office in 1904. 1880 Biography: Death/Disolved: July 8. MA Boston Boston.601 Lakeside Ave.D. MA Cleveland West Roxbury.Structure Truman Handy Residence Date 1837 Address 800 City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished John H Graham Birth/Established: September 11. In 1927 his office was located at 1610 Euclid Avenue and he lived at 3025 Fairfax in Cleveland Heights. Lewis Sam Slothky Residence Solon Center Block Date 1928 1926 1917 nd 1920 1920 nd 1917 1917 1917 1922 nd 1912 1918 1918 1931 1929 3026 1276 1097 1 1 1 3912 1925 Address City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Canton Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Solon State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Edward T. the Lakewood Elks Club and Acacia County Club. Pennsylvania and received a BA and a MA in architecture form Cornell University. He was listed as an architect beginning in the 1916 Cleveland City Directory.Cleveland. He was a member of the Chamber of Commerce. Graham Residence Laurel School Kindergarten Building Laurel School Main Building Laurel School Residence Hall M. He was married to Jessie Orton in 1910. Stillman Fish Company.216-664-2531 81 of 210 . Building List Structure Boston City Hall Annex Boston City Hospital Brusch Medical Center Cathedral Latin High School Church of the Holy Name Forsythe Dental School Hagerty School Holy Ghost Church Holy Name Church and Rectory Jefferson Park Housing Project Mary Immaculate of Lourdes Church Mercy Hospital Mt. Graham Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1964 Edward T. Graham was born in Waynesburg. Joseph Academy Our Lady of Lourdes Church Date nd nd nd nd 1938-9 1912 1910 unk nd nd 1909 nd nd 1931 . MA Cambridge Whitman West Roxbury Cambridge.S. Building List Structure Canterbury School Coventry Library Fairmount Presbyterian Church Film Exchange Building Film Exchange Building H. MA Newton Portland Brighton Jamaica Plain State MA MA MA OH MA MA MA MA MA MA MA ME MA New York Status Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 1954 John H. Graham was a Boston-born architect who remained living in Cambridge.2 45 270 140 110 518 1689 Address City Boston. St. Building Remodeling Pompeiian Manufacturing Company Residence Residence for Clark Adams Residence for N.P. OH 44114 . He graduated from Harvard College in 1900 and studied in Europe for two years. the Athletic Club. He maintained a Cleveland office and was associated with the F. P. Haight Residence John H.

Elizabeth's Hospital St. MA Lakewood Brighton Cleveland State OH MA OH MA OH OH MA OH OH MA MA OH OH MA MA OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 17514 779 17514 2427 109 750 1420 l 29 29 11405 Lakewood Medford Lakewood Canton Lowell Burlington Akron Youngstown Cambridge Cambridge Cleveland Alfred Hoyt Granger Birth/Established: 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1939 Alfred Hoyt Granger was born in Zanesville. James Church and Rectory St. Rose Lower Church Date 1922 nd 1931 nd 1925 . The firm specialized in residential architecture.H. The firm was dissolved when Alfred Hoyt Granger moved to Chicago. Abbott Residence Henry Dalton Residence Res for Luther Allen. Paul's Church St. The firm principles were Alfred Hoyt Granger and Frank Meade. M. and the Northern Trust Bank Building. In 1919 he became a member in the firm of Granger and Bollenbacher.1934 nd 1952 1921 . Dalton Commercial Building for J.5 1916 nd 1927 Address 12411 12608 City Cleveland Boston. Room 519 .32 nd 1955-8 1915 .601 Lakeside Ave. In Chicago that firm designed the Northwestern Railroad Terminal.216-664-2531 82 of 210 . James Church St.30 1925 . He was the author of several books and served as Chairman of the jury that chose the design for the Chicago Tribune Tower. Paul's Church and Rectory St.Cleveland. Building List Structure Alton Dustin Residence Barn for H. In 1898 he moved to Chicago and began the firm of Frost and Granger. Patrick's Church St.E. Ignatius Parish Church St.G. OH 44114 . Building List Structure Alexander Taylor Residence Alterations to Mary Himes Residence Date 1897 1896 Address 2171 2403 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Margaret's Church St. where he originally was in business by himself and later formed a partnership with Frank Meade.Structure Our Lady of Peace School Registry of Motor Vehicles St. Cyril and Methodius St. Nebraska and the Milwaukee Road station in Minneapolis. brick.J. While in Cleveland he designed the Euclid Heights development. Ohio and was the great grandnephew of General William Tecumseh Sherman and Secretary of State John Sherman.L. Joseph's Hospital St. Brown and W. Mary's Roman Catholic Church St. Norton Residence for Mrs. James Rectory St. He was a captain of engineers in World War I and served as chairman of a construction committee for the war industry board. Kline Samuel Mather coachmans cottage Date 1895 1895 1895 1895 1894 1896 1894 1894 1895 1940 1752 922 1870 1887 Address 1833 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Granger and Meade Birth/Established: 1896 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1897 Granger and Meade was formed in 1896.6 1923 . He lived in Cleveland from 1893 to 1898. Rice F. Joseph's Catholic Church St. brownstone Residence for David J. He graduated from Kenyon College and studied architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and abroad. They also designed the Union Station at Omaha.

and the Knights of Columbus. the Catholic Union. Hayes Residence Harvey Firestone Residence Mandlebaum Residence Montefiore Home for Aged Mt. Humiston Residence W.B. Sinal Hospital Nurses Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for J. From 1893 until 1899 he worked in the office of Wair & Cutter.Structure Charles Cheney Residence G. Gordon Residence Residence for Ernest Pfluegger S. He was a member of the Boston Society of Architects. He practiced in Boston and lived in Winchester.H. He was later employed by Peabody & Stern.r. Lincoln Residence Date 1896 1896 1896 . He opened a Cleveland office in the 1920's. Building List Structure David G. Kulas Residence Eugene K.216-664-2531 83 of 210 .J. Livingston Residence for Mr. Room 519 . Calloway Residence W.M. Massachusetts. Herrick Residence O. the Boston Rotary Club.R.F.7 1896 1896 .Cleveland. Cady Residence German American Club H. His most notable local work was the Temple on East 105th Street. Massachusetts of Italian parentage. Mary's School Temple on the Heights Temple Tifereth Israel Date 1924 nd 1917 c 1926 1920 1917 1925 1923 1923 1926 nd 1920 1922 1928 1924 1917 1917 1924 1917 1928 1923 . Skall Residence E. In 1907 he started his own practice. OH 44114 .601 Lakeside Ave. Corso St. Fisher Residence Hal Morris Residence Harry Vail Residence Kenyon Painter Residence Luther Allen Residence Myron T.7 1896 Address 11125 4711 City Cleveland Wickliffe Cleveland Akron Wickliffe State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 1952 2432 7609 2187 2155 3436 2041 2185 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Akron Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Charles Raggio Greco Birth/Established: October 15. Catherine School St. 1873 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1963 Charles Greco was born in Cambridge.7 1896 1896 1896 . He studied architecture at the Lawrence Scientific School.7 1897 1896 1896 1897 1896 .4 3130 3429 2243 2248 2012 3021 2236 2244 2901 2839 50 2219 Address 2236 City Cleveland Heights Gates Mills Cleveland Heights Akron Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Lakewood Cleveland Heights Cleveland Painesville Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Alfred Green Birth/Established: 1834 Death/Disolved: unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He also designed the Temple on the Heights and several residences in Cleveland suburbs and in Akron.

Marsh Residence for J.J. Palmer Residence of R.601 Lakeside Ave.C. Ward Residence of W. OH 44114 . Tucker Residence of T.Biography: Alfred Green was born in England. with offices in the Williamson Building and a residence on Woodland Avenue. Building List Structure Cleveland Paper Company Manufacturing building for the Kimbale Estate 4 story 96 x 58 $12. He was active in Cleveland as a builder and architect in the late 1860's until 1873 when his name disappears from Cleveland City Directories.H. Paumier Residence of J. Perrin Three family for Mrs. He left Cleveland and appears in the 1900 Census living in Chicago.G. Corrigan Residence of T.W.216-664-2531 84 of 210 .A. R. According to the 1880 Census. Patrick Roman Catholic Church Date 1868 nd 1871 3602 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Robinson Greene Birth/Established: July 27.A.Cleveland.E. Building List Structure Second Baptist Church St. He specialialized in industrial buildings.000 National Cash Register Residence for Lanson O'Connors Date 1892 1890 1895 1890 1933 Address 3 City Cleveland Cleveland Dayton Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Delamater Twelve service stations for Lubric Oil Company Two dwellings Date 1918 1918 1917 1917 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1918 1917 1918 11613 Address City Cleveland Heights Akron Akron Akron Cleveland Shaker Heights Canton Elyria Lakewood Lakewood Ashtabula Steubenville Oil City Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Akron Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Vincent Gregg Birth/Established: 1849 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Vincent Gregg was a New Jersey-born architect who is listed in Cleveland City Directories from 1892 to 1898.N. Griswold Residence of S.C. Kerr Residence of S. he was living in Philadelphia. Malachi Roman Catholic Church St. Nesbitt Residence for V. both Catholic and Protestant. 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Robinson Greene was an architect who appears in Cleveland City Directories from 1918 to 1920. Schroeder Residence of W. Building List Structure Residence for Cedar Coventry Land Company Residence for F. Corlett Residence of P. Stall Residence of H. Grayell Residence of W. Emmons Residence for William Voss Residence of H. He was the architect of several major local churches.P. H.A. Kaiser Residence of L. C. Room 519 .

In that position he oversaw the cottages at Xenia. Room 519 .American War serving in Puerto Rico. the Lancaster cottages on the Boys Farm. and chapel building. Building List Structure Apartment building for E. it lasted for about a year in 1896. He completed a course in architecture from the International School of Correspondence.216-664-2531 85 of 210 .W. Dreher and Sons Hotel for Perry Remick Jones Business Block Lincoln Building Nickolls Apartment House Nineteen Hundred Building Office Building Olympia Theatre Pennfield Avenue Bank Residence for Samuel Morris Residence for T. the chapel of the Girls Industrial Home at Delaware. He went to the public schools in Delaware and attended Ohio Wesleyan University for two years. Heyse Brick and stone store building Commercial . Ohio in September 1874. Initially he worked for the state of Ohio as superintendent of construction. overseeing the construction of public institutions.Residential Building for Frank Hankett National Cash Register Residence for Malcomb Campbell Date 1896 1896 1896 1895 1896 11225 7604 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Dayton Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing George Allen Grieble Birth/Established: 1874 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown George Allen Grieble was born near Delaware. He was a veteran of the Spanish . Building List Structure Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Shops Cleveland Bottling Works CTS Building Doan and Dehr Blocks Eton and Rugby Apartments Euclid .601 Lakeside Ave. LaChance. 7448 1396 Address City Lorain Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ashtabula Ashtabula Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lorain Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Standing altered Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing altered Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Cleveland. OH 44114 .71st Street Building Fidelity Building Gordon Square Theatre Harp Apartments Hotel for A.G. Sloan Retort Coke Oven Company Saltsman Block Date nd nd 1920 nd 1925 nd 1919 1911 1908 1907 1917 nd 1920 nd 1910 1917 1913 nd 1908 1918 nd 1908 7813-23 1794 1900 1200 3337 616-750 1940 6405 1389 7338.Structure Residence for William Bogey White Sewing Machine factory Woolen Mill for Collings Taylor & Company Date 1890 1891 1891 Address 6214 2236 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Gregg and LaChance Birth/Established: 1896 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1896 This architectural firm was formed by Vincent Gregg and W.

Second Precinct Station Cleveland Police Department -Third Precinct Station Commercial Building for John Warner Commercial Building for Paul Schmidt Fifth Ward Schoolhouse Holy Cross Lutheran Church Immanuel Evangelical Church Philip Gaensslen Residence Residence and Commercial Building for Marie Theobald Residence for James Shipherd Sixth Ward Schoolhouse St.2 1869 1869 1868 1869 1879 1868 1881 1869 1866 1879 .1880 1868 1872 . His sons David and Gottlieb were general contractors with the firm of D & G. They worked for the City School's.S. Building List Structure Duplex for Adeline Schultz Van Dorn and Baer Residence Date 1918 nd Address 10403 5807-11 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He is listed as living in San Diego.1874 1873 1871 . In 1860 he was an officer of the Cleveland Board of Education. He went into partnership with Albert G. He was in business by himself until 1891 when he disappears from the Directory listing. As one of the early contractors.2 1870 . both in Cleveland and throughout the country. he erected many of the mansions on Euclid Avenue. He worked as a mason and carpenter and gradually developed a business as architect and builder.Cleveland. Purley H Griffin Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Purley Griffin was active as an draftsman and architect in Cleveland from 1912 until 1917.2 1881 2057 10145 4606 2650 2928 3050 4421 1002 1748-54 111-5 2357 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland St. who began as masonry contractors and were later listed as architects. OH 44114 . Griese was born in Holstein. and designed many Lutheran Churches. Lorenz Lutheran Church Stephen Buhrer Residence Theil College .216-664-2531 86 of 210 . He had nine children.601 Lakeside Ave. California in the 1920 census working as a draftsman. Griese. Building List Structure Case School Cleveland Police Department . Weile that lasted until 1878. Louis Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Frankenmuth Cleveland Greenville Cleveland Akron Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH MO OH Ohio OH OH OH MI Ohio Pennsylvania OH Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Griese & Weile Birth/Established: 1868 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1879 Partnership of Carl Griese and Albert Weile. Throughout his life in Cleveland he lived on Case Avenue (now East 40th Street). Germany and came to Cleveland in 1850-1.Structure Servants Quarters for the Euclid Doan Company Sloan Building Store addition and alteration U. Tool Date 1908 1917 1917 1917 Address 10124 823 710-2 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Carl H Griese Birth/Established: 1821 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1909 Carl H.Greenville Hall Trinity Evangelical Church Trinity Lutheran Church Truman Dunham Residence Date 1875 1870 . Room 519 .

factories. Ralph Horton Residence Date 1907 Address 10117 City Cleveland State OH Status Standing James M Hamilton Birth/Established: 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1941 James M. Hamilton was born in Fort Wayne. He would then go into business for himself. Roxbury High School. Indiana. Case Residence F. He returned to Cleveland. He received his professional training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he pursued a special course in architecture. He was a member of the Hermit Club and Second Presbyterian Church.1900 nd 1892 1905 .O.Smith Residence Administration Building Baldwin Wallace College .C. schools. That firm lasted for one year. Barnum & Company from 1898 until 1902. He came to Cleveland in 1885 as a member of the firm of Koehler & Hammond. Room 519 . Mass. it became known as Meade and Hamilton.born architect that worked for F.4 2768 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kent Cleveland Cleveland Massillon Cleveland Berea Warren Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Zanesville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Building List Structure W. Hammond was an important classical architect active in Cleveland from 1886 to 1926. and Coke Company Cleveland Stone Company East Market School Electric Building F. He died at St.216-664-2531 87 of 210 .601 Lakeside Ave. Preston and in the office of William Ware.1 1911 . He is listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1904 until 1919.H. Vinent's Charity Hospital in 1941 and was buried in Lindenwood Cemetery in Fort Wayne. Connecticut although his obituary says Pittsfield. Massachusetts and attended Roxbury Latin School. In 1910 he was living with his parents at 1454 Ridgewood in Lakewood.Science Hall Bank Building for Merchant Banking Business Block Cleveland Gas. He came to Cleveland in 1901 and traveled in Europe throughout 1903 and 1904. where he worked for Meade and Garfield.S. George F Hammond Birth/Established: 1855 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1938 George F. He was born in Roxbury. In 1876 he worked as a draftsman in the Boston office of William G.4 1905 1891 1902 1891 1907 nd 1898 .Cleveland. and power plants in many parts of the country.Structure Date Address City State Status Wilbur M Hall Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1920 A Tennessee . Light. He lived at 1863 Caldwell Road in Cleveland Heights. He designed hospitals. Building List Structure 6 room addition to Cleveland Heights School 6 room addition to Dawning School Abigail C. Indiana. and the Boston Evening Drawing School. OH 44114 .6 nd 1892 nd 1888 1888 2686 2686 2239 65 700 730 . When Garfield left the firm in 1911. He died in Falls Village. the Massachusetts Normal Art School. Glidden Residence Federal Building George Fish Residence Gibson and Price Company Warehouse Gillsy Hotel Glidden and Joy Varish Company Office Glidden and Joy Varnish Company Boilerhouse Date 1905 1905 1890 .

601 Lakeside Ave. Overholt Residence for Henry Kitchen Residence for R. Hardway was active in Cleveland from 1887 until 1905. Hardway Birth/Established: 1858 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1929 George J. Building List Structure Anna Miles Residence Apartment Building for Frank S. He died at Great Neck in 1929 at the age of seventy-one.4 1907 1916 1911 . Cody B. Washington and Odebolt. The largest share of his work was on residences although he would occasionally design industrial or commercial buildings. From the buildings that we know he designed. He avoided the Queen Anne style that was prevalent at the time.Structure Glidden and Joy Varnish Company Warehouse H. Iowa.Cleveland.9 1901 1903 1897 1777 1822 3307 302-14 Address 1864 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Everett Residence Holleden House addition Hollenden House Hospital Hotel Nantucket Industrial Building Isaac Lamson Residence Alterations James Gibbons & Company Barn Kent Hall Kent State Normal College Master Plan Lane Metropolitan Church Lowry Hall Mayfield Presbyterian Church McKinley High School Merrill Hall Powerhouse for East Cleveland Railway Company Residence for Henry C.4 1891 1890 1892 1890 1907 1892 1905 1905 1901 1901 1905 1905 1903 1890 .3 1908 Address 2686 11235 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Liverpool Nantucket State OH OH OH OH OH Maryland OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished unknown Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished 2336-44 2330 2715 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kent Cleveland Cleveland Kent Mayfield 800 2181 2307 2099 1834 1946 Canton Kent Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Wickliffe Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Massillon Cleveland Heights Chester Cleveland Cleveland Canton Mayfield George J. Room 519 .216-664-2531 88 of 210 . Reynolds Residence Bell Residence Cleveland Dental Manufacturing Company Curtiss Apartments for James Curtiss Date 1888 1899 1888 .L. where he had an office at 347 Fifth Avenue and lived in Great Neck on Long Island. He was a partner of Ora Williams from 1889 to 1891. his homes were often simpler in design. He left Cleveland in 1905 for New York City. He had also designed houses in Seattle.4 nd 1904 1911 . In 1892 he and Charles Tousley were the editors and publishers of the American Builder.P. A. OH 44114 . Cattrall Residence for Sam Grossman Residence for William Herron Roxboro Road School Roxboro School School School School South Brooklyn Public Library Stables and warehouse for the May Company Stark County Courthouse Renovation Town Hall for the Village Date 1888 1890 1905 1886 1901 1883 1909 1894 1891 1911 .

This firm specialized in single family houses.3 1899 1888 1888 1892 .Structure Frank Bruce Residence Frederick W.2 1888 1893 1900 1888 1901 1898 1899 1899 1896 1892 1899 Address 1937 2057 1786 2043 2052 1841 1850 1945 1905 1911 8717 8807 8803 2055 6308 2100 1432 1408 3231 2063 8213 2009 8616-8 3145 3131 2079 6621 2269 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Sandusky Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Hardway and Rostenstock Birth/Established: 1899 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1901 An architectural firm formed George Hardway and R. Graham Residence for Rev. Smith Residence G.E. R. Stevans Residence for John Hutchison Residence for Julia Nelson Residence for Marcel Mireau Residence for Mrs. Hardway Residence Harvey Goulder Residence Iri Reynolds Residence Residence and barn for George Weeks Residence for Burnham King Residence for F. Kelper Residence George J. OH 44114 .3 1888 1889 1894 1897 1898 1891 .S.C.601 Lakeside Ave. The offices were in the Permanent Building.216-664-2531 89 of 210 .9 1888 1892 . Burke The Bon Air Apartments The Earl Apartments for Frank Cody William Clause Residence William Mullins Residence Winona Apartments for Frank Cody Date 1895 1888 1888 1889 1888 1888 . Building List Structure Apartments for Louis Hausheer Charles Parsons Residence Charles Richard Residence Date 1891 1891 1891 Address 1800 1608 1965 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Rostenstock. Adams Residence for George Hardway Residence for George Hardway Residence for George Hardway Residence for George Hardway Residence for George Hardway Residence for J. The firm existed between 1899 and 1901. Room 519 .3 1892 .3 1892 . Alonzo Michael Residence for Richard Parmely Residence for William Ambler Sandusky Opera House and Building Seventh Ward Republican Wigwam Spencerian Business College addition Stores and apartments for George H. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Hardway and Williams Birth/Established: 1889 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1892 An architectural firm formed by George Hardway and Ora Williams that existed between 1889 and 1892.Cleveland. Rostenstock returned to the profession of civil engineer.

Bridges Residence for James O'Neil Residence for John D. Stinchcomb Residence for William H. OH 44114 . Hays Residence for James D.601 Lakeside Ave. Allen Residence for Theodore Bate Residence for W.11 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 2069 1800 . Bridges Residence for John D. Evans Commercial . Bridges Residence for John D.V. Garlock Tenement for Theodore Bates William Luff Residence William Murray Barn William Runyan Barn William Sherwood Residence Williams Brothers Warehouse Wilson G.Cleveland.H.4 10519 1934 2065 1602 9611 2182 1813 1841 1872 7610 6308 6926 1812 1716 1791 1775-7 1789-91 1945 6810 1765 5507 6804 6808 1761 1769 3183 7507 4122 2069 11425 9405 2347 2210 1845 1868 1802 3014 1819 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Henry J Harks Birth/Established: 1865 Death/Disolved: 1913 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Bridges Residence for Joseph Naftel Residence for Lorenz Feddersen Residence for Midas Brooks Residence for Orville C.Structure Clement L.Residential Building for Johnson Hathaway Commercial building for George Anderson Commercial building for Hathaway and Johnson Cyrus Stanley Residence Double Reisdence for George Paine East Cleveland Banking Company Edward Hoffman Residence Elbert Baker Residence Finley Parsons Residence Francis Chenoweth Residence Frank Cattrall Residence George Collins Residence George Weeks Residence James Curry Residence John Huber Residence John Hutchison Residence John Kern Residence Letitia Williams Residence Martin Hurd Residence Residence for Charles Pratt Residence for Elizabeth Furnal Residence for Elizabeth Furnal Residence for Frank Adams Residence for Harry E. Smith Residence Date 1891 1891 nd nd 1890 1890 1890 1889 1891 1891 1890 1891 1890 1889 1889 1891 1889 1890 1889 1891 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1890 1889 1891 1890 1889 1889 1890 1890 nd 1896 1889 1890 1891 1890 1891 Address 6516 10501 . Room 519 .216-664-2531 90 of 210 . Bridges Residence for John D.

Patrick's Church. Vincent Hospital.1900 1899 . He was a resident of the Belgrave. Louis Church in Toledo. including St. Harks attended St. Thomas Aquinas Church and School. Peter's school and graduated from St.1900 1895 .Residential Building for August Wiehm Commercial . He then studied with architect Samuel W. 1884 Death/Disolved: March 19. He died at St.Cleveland.40 Address City Lorain Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Elwood City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toledo Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toledo Toledo Toledo Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Alfred Wilson Harris Birth/Established: August 18. John's College. and St. He was a widely known as a musician and organist in Catholic churches.6 1897 1903 1898 1896 4427 1911-9 9205 9205 5163 2145 5311 1736 . Michael's Church and St. Kelley Factory building on Michigan $15. St. Beckerle Residence John T. Anthony's School St.Biography: Henry J.1900 1899 . He was buried in Calvary Cemetery. who were priests at St. 8615 Wade Park Avenue. St. Delaney Residence Residence for Anton Poelking Residence for Anton Poelking Residence for Frank Buttner 36 x 66 Residence for Frank Dillhoefer Residence for Michael Kelley St.40 1182 1220 5141 5140 7501 7409 2749 5714 1314 7011 8901 7700 1736 . Thomas Aquinas Church St. He also had several commissions in Toledo that may have resulted from his brothers. Lane. In 1903 Mayor Tom Johnson appointed him to the three-member building code commission.Residential Building for Ernest Hallon Commercial .000 Frame church in Frank Buettner Residence James Sheehan Residence John Dietrich Residence John P. Michaels Church St.J.Residential Building for Joseph Beltz Double Residence for Michael J.216-664-2531 91 of 210 . Thomas Aquinas Church & School St. He was the architect of several buildings for the Roman Catholic diocese. OH 44114 .Engine House #29 Commercial . Anne's School St. 1932 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .4 1899 1899 1897 1897 1895 1895 1898 1897 1896 1899 . He lived in Chicago for a short period of time where he designed the church in Grand Rapids. Stephens School. Michael's School St. He studied architecture with B. Vincent's Hospital Date 1896 1900 1900 1898 1894 1895 1898 1896 1895 1895 1894 1895 1896 1894 1896 1902 . Hamelink Residence Joseph Ranft Residence Notre Dame Convent res building for W. Stephen School St. Room 519 . Alexis Hospiral Bolier Room St.601 Lakeside Ave. He was appointed building inspector by Cleveland Mayor Farley in 1899. Hoerstmann and was later a designer for the Woods-Jenks Company. Building List Structure Brick church at 50 x 90 Cleveland Fire Department Cleveland Fire Department . Patrick's Roman Catholic Church St.1900 1899 . Michigan. Alexis Hospital after an illness of several months. Alexis Hosptial St.

He was one of the favorite architects of the Van Sweringen brothers. Heard was born in Onondaga.D. was five when she died. later moving to 18624 Winslow Road. Building List Structure Case Block Case Hall Date 1863 1859 . Walter Flanders Apartments for W. His son Alfred Wilson Harris. New York.000 and that his seven adult children and two servants were living with him on Euclid Avenue. Harris was born in Tremont. He settled in Painesville and learned the carpentry trade. By 1870 the census showed that his real estate was valued at $80.601 Lakeside Ave. Alexande Residence for W. B. 1851.B. It soon passed Painesville in population and opportunity. daughter of Master Builder Jonathan Goldsmith in 1830. They moved to Cleveland in 1833.B.Biography: Alfred W. He served in the air force during World War I rising to the rank of Major. He died in 1876 leaving the unmarried children use of his home for seven years. He was active in the community serving as a member of the Board of Education and the Board of Alderman. Building List Structure Apartment Buiding Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartments for Mrs.13901 13301 . the youngest.1997) was also an architect. He married Carolyn Goldsmith.13901 13301 . Alexander Commercial Building Commercial Buildings and apartments for S. In 1846 and 1847 he was in partnership with carpenter Warham Warner. From 1871 to the end of his life in 1876 he was the principle in the firm of Heard and Sons. joined the firm. Junior (1910 . when his sons Lucas Allen and Charles W.D. 1876 Charles W. He formed a partnership with his son-in-law Walter Blythe that lasted from 1866 to 1871.216-664-2531 92 of 210 . The 1850 City Directory shows him in the firm of Heard and Porter. He lived at 9797 Newton Avenue. about the time the Ohio and Erie Canal opened and Cleveland experienced its first substantial population and economic growth. Lucas Allen. Alexander Rockefeller Building Parking Garage Shakertown Apartments Van Aken Towers Van Aken Towers Date 1929 1920 1920 1920 1920 1924 1930 1930 1918 1918 1927 1929 1925 1927 1928 1922 1924 1929 1927 1917 1917 1921 1930 1930 1930 621 2804 16300 16300 13415 2825 . The first city directory in Cleveland in 1837 lists Charles Heard as a carpenter and joiner. Room 519 .35 13301 . Kleinman Realty Larchmere Morland Group Ludlow Gables Ludlow Towers Moreland Courts Moreland Courts Addition Moreland Courts Addition Residence for S.13901 18732 Address 2840 2622 2622 2636 2630 2867 13401 2805 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Miami Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Miami Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH FL OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH FL OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Not Built never built Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Charles W Heard Birth/Established: 1806 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 20.H.1867 233 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . They had eight children. He worked in Peoria before coming to Cleveland. That partnership lasted until 1864.H. architects and builders. He lived at 32 Euclid Street. The 1845 directory listed him as a Master Builder. Heard Jr.D. Kleinman Realty Residence for W. His wife Caroline died on January 9. OH 44114 . Illinois.Cleveland.

Colorado in 1881. James Episcopal Church St. He died in a drowning accident in 1893 in Colorado.Cleveland. Building List Structure Central High School Converse Block H. Created in 1850 the firm existed until 1859. Heard and Blythe Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1871 This was an architectural firm that was formed by Charles Heard and his son in law Walter Blythe. Smith.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Heard and Porter Birth/Established: 1850 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1861 This was an architectural firm that was formed by Charles Heard. It existed between 1866 and 1871. Handy Residence Date 1869 nd 1864 1875 1872 1857 1869 1849 1838 nd nd 1876 1849 1855 1864 1860 1868 1866 1870 1848 . OH 44114 . Mary's Methodist Episcopal Church St. At that time both architects went into independent practice. when it was dissolved. After his father's death in 1876 Allen formed a partnership with George H. That firm lasted until Heard moved to Denver.P. Hurlburt Residence Mason Residence Old Stone Church Second Presbyterian Church Date 1855 1859 1855 1855 1855 1852 3233 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Clair School St. Allen Heard was the son of Charles Heard. Room 519 .Structure Clara Morris School Crittenden Residence Eagle Street School Euclid Avenue Opera House Jennings Place Lake Erie Female Seminary Mayflower School Merchants Bank of Cleveland Merwin House Merwin Residence New England Hotel Ohio House . at the end of his career.51 nd nd Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 610 2025 436 Cleveland Cleveland Painesville Painesville Cleveland 512 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Philadelphia 2121 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Fourth Street and School Salem Cleveland Painesville 4324 340 1843 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lucas Allen Heard Birth/Established: 1846 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1893 L. He was in business with his father. originally from Painesville and Simeon Porter from Hudson.Centennial Exhibition Payne Residence Perry & Payne's Block Rockwell School Salem Union School St. Paul's Church Starkweather Residence T.216-664-2531 93 of 210 . in the firm Heard and Son.B.

Haines Residence Harry Frankel Residence Madison Public Library Park Lane Villa Residence Date 1925 1917 1917 1918 nd 1918 1911 nd 1927 1930 1917 1922 . OH 44114 . the Hurlbut Chapel in Massillon.216-664-2531 94 of 210 . He resided at 2924 Corydon Road in Cleveland Heights. He died in Lakeside Hospital and is buried in Knollwood Cemetery.L. Building List Structure Four story commercial building on Heard estate Hurlbut Chapel Idaka Chapel Willson Avenue Baptist Church Wilson Dodge Residence Date 1880 1879 1880 1879 1880 2393 37 Address City Cleveland Massillon Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Heard and Son Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1876 This was an architectural firm that was formed by Charles Heard and his son L. and the Idaka Chapel.9 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished 1701 1369 Cleveland Cleveland Heard and Smith Birth/Established: 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1880 Heard and Smith was an architectural firm active in Cleveland in the 1879 and 1880. Smith. The firm had some important commissions including the Willson Avenue Baptist Church.3 1911 10518 9218 711 146 3275 2964 9408 Address 8024 City Cleveland Cleveland Heights Elyria Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Wadsworth Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Madison Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Building List Structure Apartment Building for Joseph Baskin Eisler Residence Elyria Telephone Exchange Factory for Ohio Investment Company Fenway Apartments Gebauer Chemical Company Glenville Presbyterian Church Addition Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church H. Peter's Church Zenas Kent Residence Date 1851 1857 1855 . Allen Heard.601 Lakeside Ave.Structure St. He was a member of the American Institute of Architects and was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect listing. Allen Heard. 1934 Reynold Hinsdale was born and educated in Utica. New York. and George H. the son of Charles Heard who died in 1876. The firm included L.Cleveland. he was associated with the firm of Clinton & Russell. Paul Church St. He came to Cleveland about 1904 and was associated with J. He received architectural training in the New York School of Art. Room 519 . Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Reynold Hinsdale Birth/Established: 1878 Biography: Death/Disolved: November 6. Milton Dyer at some time. He established an office in Cleveland in the Erie Buiding. In New York City. It was in existence from 1871 until the death of Charles Heard in 1876.

Tuteur Residence for Jno. New York. when in Cleveland. Residence of C. Jr. Crawford.216-664-2531 95 of 210 . OH 44114 . He lived at 1838 Rosemont in East Cleveland.Cleveland. Mohrman Residence for J. Sprowl Residence for Mrs. he worked for Charles Schweinfurth. and Searles. In December 1895 he formed a partnership under the name Steffens. From 1910 until his death he was in practice for himself.Later partnerships were Searles & Hirsh (1902-4).R.Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for E. Megath St. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave.M. Building List Structure Apartment Building for Euclid Logan Realty Cleveland Trust Fortieth Apartments Frederick Building Huron Road Hospital Office Building for United Alloy Steel Residence Residence Residence Residence for Charles Bradley Residence for H. He worked for Ernest Flagg of New York City and later. Chester Blog Residence for Mrs. Ann's Church Syracuse Railway Terminal Date 1912 1912 1912 1912 1912 1912 1917 1929 nd 1922 1918 nd nd nd nd 1917 Address 9214 9222 9212 9214 9218 9222 2345 16700 2950 3001 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Lakewood Cleveland Syracuse State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NY Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Willard Hirsh Birth/Established: 1872 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 11 1920 Willard Hirsh was born in Syracuse. & Gavin (1905-1910). Hirsh. He died of pneumonia on January 11. Searles & Hirsh (1895-1901). Fish Residence for J. Tutem Residence for H. 1920 and is buried in Lake View Cemetery. Margaret Mael School addition Sincere Building Telephone Exchange United Alloy Steel Company United Alloy Steel Factory and Office Date 1914 1917 1913 1912 1917 1917 1912 1916 1916 1917 1917 1917 1918 1919 1922 1917 1913 1916 1917 1917 2077-9 6338 13128 2257 2256 2277 2862 3100 2021 2057-63 Address 9513 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Chagrin Falls Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Canton Canton State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Frederick F Hodges Birth/Established: 1866 Death/Disolved: unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission .

Michigan. Room 519 . In June 1894 he and brother Fred F. Ohio and went to grammar and high school in Hart. He lived at 2062 West Boulevard. Weitz Residence George Koch Residence Great Western Oil Company Rebuilding Holy Name School Palmer Manufacturing Residence for George D. Geauga County. Augustine Roman Catholic School St. After the firm broke up he went into business for himself.W. Geauga County. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church Summer Residence Supervising Architect for Our Lady of the Rosary Church Terrace Terrace for Z. Ohio. Weitz Residence Joseph Reitz Residence Keyse Residence Loew Supply and Manufacturing Mt.Biography: Frederick Hodges was a member of the firm of Hodges & Hodges.L. Hodges was born in Troy.T. Building List Structure Apartment House Apartment House Belmore Apartments Commercial Building East Cleveland Baptist Church Emmanuel AME Zion Church Factory for James W. OH 44114 . Emerson Residence G. Hodges. Armstrong Date 1904 1917 nd 1918 1902 .216-664-2531 96 of 210 . M. Loew Residence Charles Roehl Residence Commercial Building E.A.Cleveland.W. Rock G. He came to Cleveland in 1888 and took up the study of architecture. Vernon Apartment House Residence for Minnie Malden Residence for Mrs. Butler Residence for Peter Barts Residence for William Grief St. Koch Residence for Mrs.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Charles H. Miller The Marietta Apartment House William Hall Residence Date nd 1904 1905 nd 1908 1904 1903 1903 1903 1908 1904 1901 1905 10621 1344 2043 9914 18128 10405 3045 1708 Address 15407 1724 City Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Rocky River Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing William W Hodges Birth/Established: 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 25 May 1923 W.9 1903 1918 1906 1904 1903 1904 1917 1905 1907 1907 1907 1905 1905 1906 1905 12021 418 9611 11834 1413 8328 838 15315 10405 15315 5361 14516 5708 Address City East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Medina Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . with his brother W.A. In 1910 the Cleveland City Directory lists him as a salesman in Olmsted Falls. Francis School St.3 1903 1917 1908 . Hodges formed the firm of Hodges and Hodges. He designed several churches and schools for the Roman Catholic diocese. The 1920 census lists him as a farmer living in Burton. that was dissolved in 1900 when he went into business for himself.

Building List Structure Apartments and Store for George W. Arter Residence Frank Carpenter Residence Date 1918 1899 . Bingham Commercial building Convent for Order of St.Gymnasium Alta House Aoartment House for Henry Brooks Apartment House for Curtis Barrett Arnold Wooden Ware Arthur H. Kinsey Residence for Mrs. 1865 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1950 Charles William Hopkinson was born in Cleveland and went to the public schools here.7 5209 6306 13502 7418 17884 15425 13307 1949 10411 17894 7200 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .4 1898 . McHenry The Randolph Apartment Building Thomas Manning Residence Date 1900 1900 1901 1902 Address 5605 1860 7405 11210 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Edward G. he opened a Cleveland office in 1890. that was in existence in 1900.Hodges and Hodges Birth/Established: 1900 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1902 This was a short lived partnership of brothers William W.E. Hodges and Frederick Hodges. Room 519 .216-664-2531 97 of 210 .P. McIntosh DeKlyn Apartment House Dr.8 5501 . and in 1929 he was a member of the firm of Kalsch & Hoefler. Williams Residence Children's Aid Society Clifton Club Cogswell Hall Colonial Club House Commercial . His office was in the Rose Building.3 1913 nd 1897 1905 1905 . He lived at 4718 Franklin Boulevard. Building List Structure Adelbert College Armory . After spending three years in New York City. Hoefler Birth/Established: November 5. Bailey Residence Arthur Johnson Residence Arthur May Residence C. Charles William Hopkinson Birth/Established: April 13. Bunts Residence Emma Morse Residence Frank A.Cleveland.9 1821 1924 17300 11115 3340 1373 Address 2118 12510 3906 . He was a member of the firm of Best & Hoefler from 1923 until 1927.7 nd 1904 1897 1892 1913 . 1892 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1967 In 1917 he was working for the Austin Company as an architect.601 Lakeside Ave. Stowe Residence Carnegie Library Chapek Residence Charles T.W. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect.Residential Building for C. He is listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1923.F. OH 44114 . F.B. He graduated from Cornell University in 1887 with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture. J.1900 1894 1896 1921 1897 1899 1907 1894 1916 1902 1892 1906 1902 . Joseph Country Residence of H.

Structure Franklin Circle Masonic Temple Fred J. Fontius Barn Fullerton Residence Gatehouse for Forest Hill (John D. Rockefeller Residence) George D. Bates Jr. Residence Haddam Building Henderson House Henry Brooks Residence Henry Harvey Residence Herman Kelley Residence Hough Avenue Congregational Church Hugh Alan Galt Residence J.J. Tracy Residence John F. DeKlyn Residence Lakeside Hospital Addition Lakewood Congregational Church Lakewood High School Addition Laundry Building for Nathan Perry Lester J. Cobb Residence Lincoln School Louis Berger Residence Madison School Mining Engineering Mrs. H. Harvey Residence Oliver B. Perry Residence Owl's Nest Professor W.I. Upton Residence Professor William Mosher Residence Remodeling of Residence for John Teagle Residence Residence for Capt. Drake Residence for Henrietta Hopkinson Residence for J. Crider Residence for Jeanette Wallace Residence for M.W. Harvey Residence for Mary J. Ferris Residence for Ralph Toomey Residence for Thomas G. Robinson Residence for Valentine Morris Restaurant for John Schuster Riverside Cemetery Building Robert B. Wallace Residence Sanford K. Barstow Residence Savage Residence Schauffler Missionary Training School Teagle Residence Terrace W.J. Fontius Residence Warehouse for H.B. & M.P. Payne

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George M. Hopkinson was born in Hull, England. He immigated to the United States in 1903 and was naturalized as an American citizen in 1908. He was the Cleveland School Board Architect from 1926 to 1932, where he was in charge of building design during the districts last big era of expanison. He lived at 1981 Ford Road in University Circle. He moved to New York City in 1933 where he was assistant to the Vice President of Operations for Rockefeller Center. He was a member of the National Council on Schoolhouse Standards, and the American Institute of Architects. He was the author of many articles on the design, construction, and maintenance of buildings.

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Structure Charles Dickens School Harvard School Addition James Ford Rhodes High School John Hay High School John Marshall High School Louis Agassiz School Louisa May Alcott School Nathan Hale Junior High School Oliver Hazard Perry School Robert Fulton School South High (A. B. Hart Junior High) School Thomas Alva Edison Greenhouse Thomas Alva Edison School (Boy's) Remodeling Thomas Alva Edison School Addition Wilbur Wright Junior High School William Cullen Bryant School William Rainey Harper School Willson Junior High School Addition Date 1927 1927 1932 1929 1932 1929 1926 1929 1927 1929 1932 1927 1927 1927 1929 1929 1927 1927 11005 3121 5515 1625 Address 3522 6900 5100 2075 3952 3595 10710 3588 18400 3291 3901 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing

Carl Howell
Birth/Established: 1879 Biography: Death/Disolved: June 17, 1930 Carl Howell was born in Columbus. He attended Ohio State University and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture in 1905. He won the Stewardson Scholarship for his design for "A Monument Commemorative of the Independence of Cuba" in 1905. He formed a partnership with Leicester Holland, known as Howell & Holland with offices at 712 Walnut Street in Philadelphia. He died on a vacation in Monrovia, California. He was buried in Columbus.

Howell & Thomas
Birth/Established: 1908 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1930 Howell & Thomas was formed in Columbus in 1908 by Carl Howell and J. William Thomas who had been college roommates at the University of Pennsylvania. The firm specialized in residential architecture for upper income clients. Howell & Thomas moved to Cleveland in 1918. The move resulted from a contract from BR Deming for the development of the Euclid Golf residential subdivision along Fairmount Boulevard in Cleveland Heights. The Euclid Golf development was built on John D. Rockefeller's former private golf course.

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Structure A.R. Warner Residence A.S. Rodgers Residence Alex Printz Residence Alice B. Waters Residence Amos Barron Residence Apartment Building for Dr. C.H. Stinson Apartment for H.E. Hedges Date 1916 nd 1917 1909 1916 1908 1917 1241 2233 51 - 55 Address 2240 2854 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Grandview Heights Cleveland Heights Newark Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Unknown

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Structure Apartments B.R. Deming Residence Bonney House Christian Narten Residence Churches at Columbus, Canton and Oxford, Ohio Clyde S. Pelton Residence East High School F.E. Cady Residence George J. Arnold Residence George Miller Residence Greenwell Residence Guildhall spaces on 10th floor of Landmark office building H.H. Hammond Residence Henry Curtiss Residence John L. Cannon Residence Joseph Feiss Residence Kenneth Wick Residence Klages Family House Lakewood High School Library and Auditorium at Ohio State University Maramor Restaurant Modernization of Press Plant Mrs. B.H. York Residence Mrs. Frances Allen Residence Mrs. W.C. Mason Residence Mrs. W.C. Scofield Residence Nettie Hyde Residence New York World Telegram Building Newark Arcade Newspaper buildings at Pittsburgh, Rochester, Brooklyn, Cleveland, Houston and Beaumont Oakwood Drive at edge of Country Club for Julius Feiss, Isadore Joseph, Will Halle, Aled Prinz Randolph G. Pack Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for O.N. Townsend Residence for W.R. Gribben Residences Rev. Joseph Schrembs Residence

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Structure Roland W. White Residence Roy F. York Residence Schoedinger & Company Funeral Chapel Shaker Courtland intersection home for J.J. Bernet, Denny Shaker Heights High School St. Martin's Episcopal Church and Parish House St. Paul's Church Thomas White Residence Tom Sidlo Residence W. B. Alexander Residence William B. Cockley Residence YMCA buildings YWCA

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J W Hradek
Birth/Established: 1856 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1936 J.W. Hradek was Bohemian-born and came to Cleveland in 1882 where he studied architecture. He was employed by Andrew Mitermiler for five years and Lehman and Schmitt for three years. In 1890, he went into business for himself. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias of the Uniformed Rank and a member of the International Order of Odd Fellows. He lived at 6603 Consul Avenue. He died on August 23, 1936. His funeral was held at A. Nosek and Sons Funeral Home on East 55th Street.

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Structure Commercial - residential building for John Beranek Commercial - residential for William Pollak Commercial residential building for Charles Prochaska Gymnastic Hall for Telocvinca Jednota Sokol Cech J.F. Troyan Residence John Beranek Reisdence Melzer Building Phineus Spencer Residence Stores and apartments for Frank J. Svoboda Theatre (in association with E. Huberty) Thomas Building Vincent Triska Residence Warehouse for Joseph Mares Date 1889 1891 1894 1892 1892 1890 1909 1891 1898 1912 1915 1896 1890 6001-5 8301 - 3 4820 3293 3254 5462-74 6515 5373-9 3562 5746-50 5850 3628 - 32 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished

Henry Hradilek
Birth/Established: July 14, 1886 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 22, 1938 Henry Hradilek was born in Moraria, Austria - Hungary of Bohemian ancestors. He designed numerous single family homes in Cleveland Heights. He lived at 10712 Clifton Boulevard when he was drafted in the army during the First World War. During the War he was a member of Company A 308 Engineers. In 1930, he was living at 24763 Lake Road in Bay Village. He died at the Marine Hospital after a long illness.

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Dominick Benes had worked in the office of Coburn and Barnum before they formed the firm of Hubbell & Benes. In Cleveland.216-664-2531 102 of 210 . He spent time in Zanesville and San Francisco before returning to Cleveland. but the firm remained in business after the original partners died. commercial buildings. Hackerr Residence for ida Sharp Nye Residence for John and Ruby Brown Residence for John and Ruby Brown Residence for John and Ruby Brown Residence for Mary Searles Residence for Mary Wolf Residence for Mr. Hubbell and Benes Birth/Established: 1897 Biography: Death/Disolved: Hubbell and Benes was one of the prominent Cleveland architectural firms from the early 20th century. where he would ride horses daily. They had several important commissions including the Citizens Building. the West Side Market. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . the Cleveland Museum of Art.601 Lakeside Ave. He graduated from Cornell College in 1893 and received a master's degree in architecture there in 1894. the YMCA.1917 1927 1917 1917 1917 1914 1916 1915 1919 1919 1919 1915 1923 1917 1914 1915 1915 1915 1916 1916 1917 1928 Address 2215 2219 1211-5 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing 1105 8905 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kent Cleveland Cleveland 3229 2224 13145 13151 3084 2300 2091 2640 2631 2637 2621 2632 3301 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland 11801 Cleveland Benjamin S Hubbell Birth/Established: 1868 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1953 Benjamin S. In 1960 it was known as Hubbell. He was a member of the Union Club and the Chamber of Commerce.Structure Apartment Building for Thomas Urbansky Apartment Building for Thomas Urbansky Apartment Building for Thomas Urbansky Bohemian Publishing Company Burt Federal Truck Clifflake Building Garage for Frank Svoboda India Rubber Company Factory Residence c/o Cleveland Machine Tool Residence for Arthur Schlee-Lot #90 Residence for G. with Benjamin Hubbell's son Benjamin S. Benjamin Hubbell retired in 1927. The Western Reserve Historical Society has an extensive collection of the firm's drawings.Cleveland. OH 44114 . he and Dominick Benes formed the firm of Hubbell and Benes. Hubbell was born in Leavanworth. He was instrumental in the planning and foundation of University Circle. Benjamin Hubbell and W. Benes & Hoff. After that firm dissolved. and telephone exchange buildings. New York. His son Benjamin Hubbell continued in business. Kansas and moved to Cleveland as a young man. Room 519 . the Ohio Bell Building. he was initially associated with the firm of Coburn and Barnum. and the Illuminating Building. Hubbell (1897-1988). He was buried in Ithaca. Allinger Residence for Robert Hyde Residence for Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Storage Building for LEMP Improvement Weizer Building Date 1914 1914 1914 1917 1916 . He lived at "Playmore" in Kirtland. The firm also designed numerous homes. They were instrumental in the early planning for University Circle. He was elected as a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects.

G.5 nd nd nd 75 1945 1948 5701 12225 13174 12221 5300 11150 1641 812 810 17881 10803 12574 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ithaca Ithaca Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mentor Kirtland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NY NY OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission .601 Lakeside Ave.L.L. A. Whitton Apartment Building Fred C. Scott Residence F.E.Cleveland.C. Gordon Business Block Benes Residence Brayton Residence C. Weiber Residence Carabelli Commercial Building Carmi Thompson Residence Citizens Building Citizens Building Citizens Building Remodeling Cleveland Builders Supply Stable and Warehouse Cleveland Museum of Art Cleveland School of Art Cleveland School of Art -Art Studio Building Cleveland Telephone Co Cleveland Telephone Company Cleveland Telephone Company Cleveland Telephone Company Eddy Exchange Cleveland Telephone Company Fairmount Exchange Cleveland Telephone Company St. Dorn Residence Fries & Schele Department Store addition and alteratioon G. OH 44114 . H.A. Wade Commercial block for Joseph Carabelli Cornell Alumni Hall Cornell University Cutler Office Building D. Gresham Residence Halcyon Flats Hathaway Brown School Hough Avenue Congregational Church Illuminating Building J.216-664-2531 103 of 210 .H. Cockley Residence Dr Stoner Residence East End Baptist Church East End School East End School Association Equity Savings and Loan F. Wallace Residence J. Room 519 . Wade Farm Building J. Murphy Melrose Apartment Building Date nd 1905 1907 1908 nd 1923 1901 nd 1929 nd 1916 1904 1907 1906 nd nd 1907 1916 1920 nd 1905 1905 1899 nd 1915 nd 1927 nd 1906 nd 1905 nd nd nd 1904 1912 1923 1925 nd 1904 nd 1905 1917 1913 . King III Residence Gross and Riley Apartment Buildings H. Clair Exchange Cliffside Office Building Commercial block for J.P.C. Kositzsky Cottage G. Smith Residence Frank P.Building List Structure Arthur M. F.

10600 Quincy Avenue New England Apartment Building Office and storage for Julia Parks Ohio Bell Central Exchange Parmely Herrick Estate Pearl Street Savings and Trust Plain Dealer Building Addition Remodel of Fries and Schele Residence for Arthur O'Dell Residence for Arthur Odell Residence for Atthur Odell Residence for Benjamin Hubbell Residence for J.B. Summerell in 1912. Wade Residence of J. 1878 Biography: Death/Disolved: September 29.Cleveland. Tyler Office Building Wade Garretson Residence Wade Memorial Chapel West Side Market William H. White Rosedale Office Building Shaker Heights High School St. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 105.W.H. 1910 nd nd 1921 nd 1899 nd nd 1923 1920-2 1908 1898 1892 1898 1899 1908 1909 1910 1899 nd 1930 1927 1904 1917 nd 1913 1907 1900 1907 . Wade Residence for J. OH 44114 . Stauffer Residence Taylor and Clinton Apartment Buildings W. He was listed as a draftsman from 1897 to 1904 in Cleveland City Directories and as an architect from 1905 to the 1955 Cleveland City Directory. Wade Residence of W.10 nd nd 1911 Address 11610 City Cleveland Hunting Valley Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH GA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing 11120 11820 Cleveland Cleveland Thomasville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Massilon Cleveland 4175 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1709 1715 1725 1672 10831 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights 11311 17856 Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland 3601-5 10804 1979 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2200 Cleveland Ernest Huberty Birth/Established: August 26. Hunt Residence Woodland Avenue Savings and Trust YMCA Date 1914 nd nd nd nd 1919 1907 1907 1903. Lukes Hospital Stephen L. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave. He lived at 8017 Whitethorn Avenue in the Hough neighborhood for most of his life. Peirce Residence T. 1965 Ernest Huberty worked as a draftsman for Lehman & Schmitt in 1895.H.Residence of J. He was a member of the firm of Huberty.Valley Ridge Farm working buildings Joseph Hummell Apartment Building Joshua Gregg Residence Laurel School Masonic Temple Mather Gymnasium Mather Gymnasium Millford Plantation .S.H. He was a registered architect according to the Ohio Architect November 1940 listing. Taylor Apartment Building National Malleable Castings National Malleable Castings.216-664-2531 104 of 210 . Pettee Residence Jeptha Wade Estate .B. Wade Mrs. Summerell & Gilman in 1911 and a partner with George S.Structure James C.

1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 13.L.S. Wallace Residence for F. Thomas Residence for E.216-664-2531 105 of 210 .S. Cooke Residence for D.H.T. Healey Residence for C. J.J. Hall Residence for Dr. Burnham Date 1919 1919 1916 1918 1919 1917 1919 1917 1918 1917 1918 1919 1918 1918 1918 1917 1915 1919 2617 2617 2736 21`82 2188 2194 2212 3320 1609 Address 14528 1662 2839 18028 17807 17807 2979 City Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Wallace Residence for F. Foote and R.Cleveland.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Residence Residence for A. J.Structure Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial building for C. Healey Residence for B. 1975 William Asa Hudson lived in Cleveland Heights and had an office in the Williamson Building. Frayer Residence for Alma Coyne Residence for August and Libbie King Residence for B. Hendorf F.P. Wise Residence for Dr. He designed several homes in Cleveland Heights.S. Wallace Residence for F. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 13. Brunskin Date 1916 1917 1905 1905 1912 1914 1905 1907 1915 1907 1917 1907 1914 1906 . Wallace Residence for F. Thomas Residence for Dr.H.L. Hradek) Townhouse for E. Graves Residence for F. He later moved to California.7 1907 1912 1908 Address 3451 12401 6129-31 12407 4101 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 2905 3848 1874 3848 736 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3562 4009-13 Cleveland Cleveland William Asa Hudson Birth/Established: July 31.M. where in the 1950-1 AIA Directory he is listed as a member of the Southern California Chapter with an office at 1567 North Beverly in Beverly Hills. Room 519 .A. He designed several homes in Cleveland Heights.A.J. Easterbrook Store and apartment for A. Milanick Stores and apartments for A. He later moved to California. Jones Residence Residence Residence for J. where in the 1950-1 AIA Directory he is listed as a member of the Southern California Chapter with an office at 1567 North Beverly in Beverly Hills.Jones Residence for Joseph O. Wallace Residence for F. OH 44114 .S. Knaus Commercial Building for R.J.S. Novak Block Factory Four suite apartment bldg fro ME Kindvater J. Spang Baking Company J. W. Brandt Commercial Building for J.F. Greenwaldt Theatre for A.T.W. 1975 William Asa Hudson lived in Cleveland Heights and had an office in the Williamson Building. Ptak (in association with J. William Asa Hudson Birth/Established: July 31.H.

Structure Residence for G. Bunge Residence for H.R. Taylor Residence for J. G. Telling Residence for Logan Realty Residence for Logan Realty Residence for M.R. Sheldon Residence for Maynard Sheldon Residence for Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Logan Realty Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for the Shaker Heights Improvement Company Residence for W,A, Hudson Residence for W.A. Hudson Residence for W.A. Jones Residences for the Property Development Company

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Ralph M Hulett
Birth/Established: 1873 Biography: Death/Disolved: 19 January 1943 Ralph M. Hulett was born in Cleveland and attended West High School. He was first employed as a draftsman in the office of B.F. Van DeVelde for two years. He then worked for George H. Smith, followed by employment in the office of George H. Steffen. In 1900 he opened his own office which was later incorporated as the Ralph M. Hulett Company, general architectural, building and real estate business. He was a member of the firm of Matzinger and Hulett in 1905 and Hulett & Stanton in 1922. He was also a director in the Carpathian Realty Company and the Fire Safe Development Company. He died in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania and was buried in Riverside Cemetery.

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Structure Apartment building on Walnut Street Apartment House Central School Christ Koblenzer Residence Date 1910 1908 nd 1910 1707 Address City Akron Cleveland Talmadge Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing

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Structure Cornelius J. Lane Residence Cyclone Woven Wire Fence Company E.C. Deibel Residence Farmers and Merchants Bank J.J. O' Donnell Residence K.W. Company Factory Laundry Building for Co-Operative Laundry Palm Apartment House Philip Binz Monumental Works Reel Theatre Remodeled Commercial Building Residence Residence Residence for A.G. Klippel Residence for F.C. Witthuhn Residence for H. Hildebrandt Residence for John Kullman Residence for John Millard Residence for M. Hildebrandt Residences for Carpathian Realty (10) St. Matthew's Lutheran Church Addition Store and Apartments for J.C. Kopp The Randolph Apartments Theatre Theatre for George Treka Two family residence for John Kullman W.S. Westhafer Apartments Waldorf Theatre Warren Wire Fence Company addition

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John J Husband
Birth/Established: c1815 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown John J. Husband was born in Virginia. He was listed as a builder and architect from 1844 until 1853 in Philadelphia City Directories. He appears in Cleveland City Directories as an architect from 1853 to 1861. Charles C. Miller worked as a draftsman in his Cleveland office. Miller later went to work as an architect in Toledo and Chicago and was the co-author of an architectural pattern book. In 1860 Husband was living alone in the Weddell House. From 1863 to 1890 he is listed as an architect and civil engineer in Baltimore. He had returned to work in Cleveland in 1865. According to newspaper accounts after the assasination of President Abraham Lincoln, Husband was overheard in a conversation. A gentleman said that the assasination was perfectly horrible. Husband replied, "Some might think so; others might not. For my part I think it a damned small loss." Because of the remarks he was roughed up by a mob. His name was chipped away from the cornerstone of the Cuyahoga County Courthouse. He returned to live in Baltimore where he was still living in 1890.

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Structure Cuyahoga County Courthouse (Third) Euclid Street Presbyterian Church Methodist Episcopal Church Northern Ohio Lunatic Assylum Public School Number 109 Southern Ohio Lunatic Assylum Trinity Church Date 1858 - 60 1853 1850 1852 1876 1852 1854 - 5 520 1420 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Norfolk Cleveland Baltimore Dayton Cleveland State OH OH VA Ohio MD Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished

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Joseph Ireland
Birth/Established: June 17, 1843 Biography: Death/Disolved: November 17, 1905 Joseph Ireland was a New York City-born architect that practiced in Cleveland between 1865 and 1885. Prior to coming to Cleveland in 1865 he was associated with R.G. Hatfield in New York City. He was one of the finest architects in Cleveland in the post Civil War era. In Cleveland, he had several very important commissions, including the Geauga County Courthouse in Chardon, the National City Bank and Society for Savings Bank buildings, and several significant churches including the Case Avenue Presbyterian, Plymouth Congregational Church, Plymouth Congregational Church and the First Presbyterian Church in Warren. He moved back to New York City in 1885. He died in 1905 after a lingering illness at his residence at 494 - 4th Street in Brooklyn.

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Structure Case Avenue Presbyterian Church Charles Bissell Residence Daniel Eels Residence E.I. Baldwin Block First Baptist Church First Baptist Church First Presbyterian Church Franklyn Alcott Residence Geauga County Courthouse Henry B. Perkins Residence Home for Indigent Women John Devereaux Residence Memorial Presbyterian Chapel Monroe Street Cemetery Entrance Montclair Childrens Home National Bank Building Plymouth Congregational Church School School Second Presbyterian Church Society for Savings Tabernacle Baptist Home for Young Women Terrace for I.B. Hubby The Retreat Town Hall Remodeling W.J. Wickham Residence Date 1880 1867 1876 1881 1889 1891 1878 1866 1869 1870 1876 1873 1873-4 1873-4 1893 1866-7 1880 1869 1871 1878 1866 1893 1880 1872 1874 1880 2095 - 2013 814 - 26 3266 265 256 4820 4611 3201 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Montclair New York City Warren Cleveland Chardon Warren Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Montclair Cleveland Cleveland Warren Warren Cleveland Cleveland New York City Cleveland Cleveland Chagrin Falls Huron State OH OH OH OH NJ NY OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH NJ OH OH OH OH OH OH NY OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown

Clarence Izant
Birth/Established: 1884 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1949 Clarence Izant was an architect and engineer who worked for the Austin Company. While there, he designed the original unit for Nela Park. He later went into private practice where he designed the East 70th Street plant for Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company. He left Cleveland in 1916 and became works manager for the Corning Glass Company in Corning, New York. In 1923 he moved to Los Angeles, California where he headed his own company the Cochran - Izant Company. He served as president of the California Artist's Club and had many exhibitions of his etchings. He died in 1949 in Whittier, California.

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Structure Double residence for Miss Anna Granger Southern Theater Date 1907 1915 3145 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Demolished Demolished

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Albert F Janowitz
Birth/Established: January 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1936 Albert F. Janowitz was born in London of Bohemian parents. He and his parents immigrated to the United States in 1868. He was a draftsman in the offices of Coburn and Barnum (1888) and B.F. Vandevelde (1889). In 1894, he worked for the Peoria, Illinois-based architectural office of Wechselberger, Janowitz. He was active in Cleveland in the first three decades of the 20th century. He designed the B'Nai Jeshurun Temple and, most notably, Anshe Emeth Synagogue (now Cory Methodist Church). He was also the architect of several apartment buildings along Clifton Boulevard, Lake Avenue, and East Boulevard. He died May 23, 1936.

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Structure Anshe Emeth Synagogue (Cory Methodist Church) Anshe Emeth Temple Apartment Buidling for Max Lees Apartment Buidling for Max Lees Apartment building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building for Aaron Shapiro Apartment Building for David Rubin Apartment Building for E. Gold and D.Dolinsky Apartment Building for M.J. Weinberger Apartment Building for Max Morris Apartment Building for ME Messer Apartment Building for Nathan Soffen Apartment Building for W. Kominsky E.29th and Scovill Apartment for A. Permuth & Company Apartment for A. Winisturi Apartment for Lew Mintz Apartment for Weiss and Schnitzer Apartment House Apartment House for Martin Schuller Apartment house for Mrs. A. Klinkner Apartment house for Samuel Goldberg Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments Apartments for A. Wasserman Apartments for Bialosky Cohn Apartments for Bialosky Cohn Date 1921 1904 1912 1912 1904 1911 1911 1911 1911 1912 1912 1912 1917 1917 1918 1928 1916 1917 1917 1911 1917 1911 1916 1905 1908 1907 1908 1908 1917 1907 1907 1907 1912 1912 1912 1912 1912 1917 1924 1915 1914 1914 2131 9208 11209 11203 965 - 7 2193 11095 - 11101 2198 - 2200 2072 2070 1167 - 9 5811 12338 11406 - 8 11025 - 7 931 7306 7310 7408 11009 - 11 11021 11111 - 27 9330 10808 2126 2536 410 1839 Address 1117 2541 6901 6905 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished

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E. Beck Double Residence for J. Freiberger The Parkview Res Com Building Date 1914 1915 1913 1914 1914 1909 1905 1905 1924 1917 1912 1917 1913 1917 1917 1907 1915 1921 1915 1917 1911 1915 1917 1917 1900 1927 1921 1917 1917 1907 1919 1904 1915 1917 1917 1912 1912 1917 1917 1917 1919 1920 1914 1914 1911 1906 1905 1917 1904 1907 1908-9 Address 2077 9814 2042 1398 1394 2201 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing 10911 6801 1667 3424 7809 1054 1802 11207 . OH 44114 .11 3624 11503 .S.601 Lakeside Ave.B. Sharp Apartments for Dave Rubin Apartments for Joseph Arnoff Apartments for Joseph Arnoff Apartments for Louis Abrams Building Building Clifton Lake Apartments Com .11 3793 14413 9102 .5 4811 2745 13741 . Newman Fourteen houses for N. Hartman Residence for J. Heller Warehouse Madison Square Building Movie Theatre Movie Theatre Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence fo Nathan Pirowarff Residence for Al Schnitzer Residence for J. Rich Double Residences for Morris Amster Dwelling addition for Harry Bernstein Eddy Euclid Building Elyno and Dorothea Apartments Four family residence for S.Cleveland.817 11107 .S.11 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3635 Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland 7812 . Makoff Residence for T.4 1105 10910 968 10317 1208 12810 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1562 Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 110 of 210 .Structure Apartments for Bialosky Cohn Apartments for C.4 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1005 9709 .res bldg for Tony Artino Commercial . Room 519 . Straffer Frame house Heights Theatre I.residential building for Carl Spack Commercial / residential building Commercial / residential buildng Commercial building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building for Joseph Arnoff Commercial residential building Commercial residential building for Louis Cohen Commercial storefront for S.5 3610 1031 .Residential Buidling for Max Lees Commercial .J. Philips Store and apartment Store and apartment building Terrace for W.residential Building Commercial .

Korzen Sisters of St. John Nepomucene Church St.residential building for Joseph Braum Dangler Stove Warehouse Double residence for Edward J. Cyril and Methodius School St. He was listed as a registered architect in the Ohio Architect November 1940 listing. John Cantius School St. Francis Hospital Ss. Building List Structure Bath and Tenement for A. Room 519 . Szalasko Bath House and Apartment Building Comercial Building for Joseph Tatlak Commercial . Cyril and Methodius School St.601 Lakeside Ave. HyacinthÆs Residence for J. John Nepomucene Parish House St. He began his career in the office of Cudell and Richardson. Thomas Aquinas School St. Stanislaus Convent St. OH 44114 . He died in 1933 after a period of failing health.P. Kovanda Frame and brick dwelling Immaculate Conception Church Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Church Notre Dame School Our Lady of Blessed Sacrement Our Lady of Lourdes School Pastoral residence for St. 1933 William Jansen was born in Cleveland. He established a practice mostly known for the design of Roman Catholic churches and associated religious buildings. After Cudell left the firm he was associated with John N. Cyril and Methodius Parish House Ss. Farrelly Residence for John Trentener Residence for R.Cleveland. Vitus Roman Catholic Church Date 1917 1917 1914 1907 1912 1917 1907 1927 1927 1915 1923 1907 1907 1918 1907 1917 1917 nd nd 1925 1923 1918 1917 1914 1907 1908 1909 1908 1917 nd 1922 1917 nd 1929 1932 9015 6019 6510 6615 10932 10615 8223 3276 1639 2965 2280 2270 2280 3785 6804 225 9614 1325 2350 3406 5017 2223 Address 1379 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ravenna Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Cecilia's Church School and Parish House St. Slanislaus School St. Thomas Aquinas Church before going to the office. Thomas Aquinas Parish House St. Benedict's School St.Structure Two Apartment Houses for Morris Arnoff Two family residence for Fred Rowe West Park Theatre Date 1917 1907 1924 Address City Cleveland Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Unknown Demolished Demolished 16915 Cleveland William Jansen Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 5.216-664-2531 111 of 210 . He is buried in Calvary Cemetery. F. John Cantius Parish House St. John Cantius Church St. Casimir's Church St. Aloysius Church St. Hyacinth School St. Richardson. A devout Roman Catholic he attended mass daily at St. He lived at 1348 East 91st Street. After Richardson's death in 1902 he went into practice for himself.

He worked mostly in the Slavic Village and St.Structure St. Wendelin School Tenement Addition for Charles Selzak Date 1912 1925 1917 Address 6115 2235 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing John unknown Jasinski Birth/Established: 1885 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown John Jasinski was listed as an architect and draftsman in Cleveland City Directories.residential building Commercial Building for Boardman Realty Company Commercial building for Neale Phypers Commercial Building for Perkins Building Company Doan Market House Dwelling E. He was American born of Polish born parents.G. Botten St. D'Ericco Residence Lodge Building for Angelo Arata New England Life Building Residence Residence Residence Residence for C.20 1907 1923 nd nd nd 1907 1907 1917 1907-8 8103 1120 16290 2775 17400 1957 2625 3380 3386 2250 12009 1913 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Levi Johnson Birth/Established: 1786 Death/Disolved: 1871 112 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Timendorfer Apartment Building for Morse Building Company Apartment Building for Mr.216-664-2531 .H.20 1916 . Room 519 . Clair Market House Terrace Date 1907 1917 1907 1917 1907 1917 1917 1907 1918 1907 1917 1917 1916 1917 1907 1927 1919 . OH 44114 .Superior neighborhoods of Cleveland.B. In 1907 he is listed as a member of the firm of Jeffery and Keller and in 1915 as a member of the firm of Keller and Smith.601 Lakeside Ave. Harry T Jeffery Birth/Established: 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Harry T. Vitus School St. Clair . Robbins Residence Hotel IOOF Lodge Hall J.G. Jeffery was listed as an architect in the 1907 to 1938 Cleveland City Directories. Smith Residence for W.7 1917 1912 1919 . Holtcamp Residence George Buck Residence H.Cleveland. Hale Apartment building for J. Building List Structure Apartment building Apartment Building for George W. Burenlaugh Apartment Hotel Apartment House Cleveland Gun Club House Commercial .D. Kern Residence F.

Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission . France and came to this country at the age of one.601 Lakeside Ave. along Linwood Avenue in Cleveland. Cannon Building John Kalsch Jr. He moved to Cleveland in 1897. Building List Structure Johnson Block Lighthouse Lighthouse Lighthouse Lighthouse Marine Block Portage River Light House Winslow Residence Date 1853 1831 1836 1840 1842-3 1858 1847 1832 Cleveland Address City Cleveland Cleveland Sandusky Saginaw Western Sister Island Cleveland State OH OH OH MI OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Rowland Johnson Birth/Established: February 21. He was employed by Walker and Weeks. was born in Badenvillirs. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 26. California to Canadian parents. Kauffman's later houses lacked the distinctiveness of his earlier homes.26 8017 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing John Kalsch.Moselle. 1940 George Kauffman was born in Manchester. His early years were spent building houses in Cleveland and Newburgh. 1940 Rowland Johnson was born in Riverside. Concentrations of these houses are found in the Superior Park subdivision. He received a contract from the Cuyahoga County Commissioners to build the first simple frame Courthouse in 1812-3. Ohio later moving to nearby Canton. In 1831 he contracted with the federal government to build a lighthouse on Water (now West 9th) Street. George Graham. the Kaufmann Architectural Company. Residence Date 1917 1925 1916 2637 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown George Kauffman Birth/Established: December 26. He went into business for himself in 1915. Building List Structure Guardian Trust Bank Washington Savings Bank Date 1930 1923 Address 11718 . Jr. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown John Kalsch. He was also the first Cuyahoga County coroner. 1865 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 6. His firm. He worked with several developers including Clark and Benton. He died in Cleveland two weeks after an automobile accident in April 1940 and was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery in Canton. Meurthe . Room 519 . with offices at 4500 Euclid Avenue Building List Structure Double Residence for Anna Todd E.216-664-2531 113 of 210 .L. OH 44114 . The father later moved to Ravenna and Interlaken.et . He built the first frame building in Cleveland for an office for Judge Walworth. was best known for ornate houses that bridged the Victorian era and Revival styles that were popular in the early 20th century. He lived in a house at the corner of Water (West 9th Street) and Lake (Lakeside Avenue) streets. His technical education was received in architect's offices. and B. Massachusetts. New York. He specialized in the design of branch banks. His father was a gardener and florist employed by Daniel Hanna.Builder who was born in Herkimer County. Birth/Established: August 18. Jr.Biography: Levi Johnson was a Carpenter . and on Cohassett in Lakewood. Schatzinger. He was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1916 until 1932. Canton City Directories list him as a carpenter and later as an architect. During the War of 1812 he became a ship builder. He came to Cleveland in 1806.Cleveland. He became a member of the firm of Kalsch & Haefler in 1929. John Kalsch grew up and received his education in Cleveland.

Cresswell Residence E. Shaeffer Apartment House Apartments Carl Weidemann Residence Charles Simmons Residence Commercial Building for Adam Linn Dr. Hogan Residence John Juster Residence John H.A. Room 519 . S. Palmer's Hospital E.20 1446 1446 1183 Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1908 1927 1905 nd 1903 1904 nd nd 1904 Nd 1906 c. Chilcote Residence for Albert Diss Residence for Asa Burrows Residence for Asa Burrows Residence for Clark & Benton Residence for Clark & Benton Date 1905 1907 1903 1907 1907 1908 1903 1905 1908 nd 1906 nd nd Nd nd 1908 1900 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing 10014 10012 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood 6212 . Busch Residence George F.A. Catabish Residence Potter Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for A.I.Structure 16 suite terrace Apartment building for C. Aubley Apartment building for W.Cleveland.P. O.E.N.W. Sladden Residence George R. OH 44114 . Cresswell Residence E. Gerdum Residence for A. 1917 nd 1904 nd 1906 1898 1898 1903 1903 1903 1903 1903 1903 1906 1921 1929 1929 1907 1917 1908 1898 1898 1898 1898 7214 7304 7118 7206 9802 6707 6619 9811 9816 1189 1145 1148 1158 1180 9607 2882 1615 1615 1602 11130 1436 11433 Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Canton Canton Cleveland Cleveland Canton Canton Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Fairview Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .W. Leighton Residence Emory Hessler Residence 11324 Bellflower moved to 11133 Hessler Road Euclid Villa Eureka Park Residence F.A.R. Kaufmann Residence John Kaufmann Residence John Ray Residence Joseph Havlin Residence Louisa Meyers Residence Louisa Myers Residence N.E. Kirby Residence J. Schafer apartment building for George Kaufmann Apartment building for John Ray Apartment Building for Mrs.Leighton Residence E.216-664-2531 114 of 210 .601 Lakeside Ave. Murray Residence J.C.

Room 519 . S. He designed several important houses in Shaker Heights and churches throughout Cleveland. Shuey Residence Edward L.O. 1857 1846 1398 2097 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Arthur Emil Keller Birth/Established: February 9.7 1849. Albrecht and Karl E.E. Graham Residence for L. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence for Francis Deming Date nd 1917 1917 Address 10100 2714 3150 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing John Sherwood Kelly Birth/Established: 1889 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1960 John Sherwood Kelly was initially a member of the firm of Howell & Thomas. In 1916 he was employed as a draftsman by the Austin Company.J. Schwartz Terrace for Mrs. Potter Residence W. Drucker Residence for Rutan Burdick Residence on the west side Residence Oxford Manor Sub Rosamond Apartment Building Terrace Terrace for Mr. He later went into practice for himself. Building List Structure E. Kluever Residence for Edwin Potter Residence for Geo F. He lived at 2570 Overlook Road in Cleveland Heights.216-664-2531 115 of 210 . OH 44114 . Hazleton Residence Walter Theobold Residence William Baxter Residence Date 1917 1908 1901 1901 1901 1901 1910 1902 1902 1904 1929 nd 1907 nd 1908 1906 1909 1902 1927 1899 1908 1896 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing 11421 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 10000 .601 Lakeside Ave. Graham Residence for Geo. He was a member of St. Graham Residence for Geo F. along with H. Shuey Residence Edward Seitz Residence Eugene Miles Residence Date 1929 1927 1929 1930 22125 Address Distinguished Homes of Sh 2678 Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights OH OH OH City State Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . he formed the firm of Albrecht.J. Kelly & Stickle from 1948-1956.H.10 10010 1863 . F. & Kelly. Sherman Residence for Mrs. In 1918. 1884 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1954 Arthur Emil Keller was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1907. He lived at 5408 Euclid Avenue and his office was at 4216 Prospect Avenue.Cleveland. Wilhelm. He was a member of the firm of Jeffery & Keller in 1907 and a member of the firm of Keller & Richter in 1911. Aubley Terrrace for Samuel Aubley The Painswick Apartments Three residences for Bernard Schatzinger W. He was a member of the firm Sticke. He is listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. 1853. Paul's Shrine and was buried in Calvary Cemetery. Graham Residence for Geo. Wilhelm. F.Structure Residence for E.A. R. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. its suburbs. and Akron.

Kent was a builder. Most of his buildings are located in the southeast side of the city. Paul Church St. Boyce Residence for Keyes Treuhaft Residence for Leo Neumare St. later turned architect. Robert Bellarmine Church Sterling Hubbard Residence Sts.216-664-2531 116 of 210 . Gunderson Residnece Madonna Hall P. Margaret Mary Church St. OH 44114 .40 10201 Address 9710 .M.E.601 Lakeside Ave. Philip and James Church Walter Haas Residence William Telling Residence Date 1931 1930 1936 nd 1930-1 nd 1930 1936 1938 1929 1930 1935 nd nd nd nd nd 1930 1950 1930 nd Address 2700 15316 19850 13300 City Shaker Heights Lakewood Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 17250 18523 2718 2943 Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Aurora Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Akron Cleveland 14410 14422 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Andrew D Kent Birth/Established: 1832 Biography: Death/Disolved: 27 August 1902 Andrew D.Residential Building for the State Realty Company Commercial Building for William Fridrich Nutting Building Residence Date 1916 1917 1917 1912 1915 1914 4209 .residential building for George Detzel Commercial . John College expansion St. Widdell Residence James Lincoln Residence L. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: Unknown Building List Structure Commercial .Structure Frank Lewman Residence Glenn Shaw Residence H.Residential Building for Mr. Room 519 . His most significant works were the Jones Road Congregational Church (1876) and the Disciples of Christ Church (1889) at 9200 Miles Avenue. Owen Residence Residence Residence Residence for James A. with roots in the town of Newburgh before its annexation to Cleveland. Dwaskow Commercial . James Church St.13 9638 .Cleveland.6 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission .H. Building List Structure Disciples of Christ Church Jones Road Congregational Church Residence for John Pallister Residence for Mary Mutch Residence for Mary Mutch Date 1889 1876 1891 1888 1888 Address 9200 8000 3754 7207 7211 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Charles H Kimpel Birth/Established: July 29.

Building List Structure Ashland County Jail Chamberlain Block Crawford County Courthouse (Second) School Date 1847 .V. He designed the Chamberlain Block that still stands in the Warehouse District. Jindra Commercial Building for Frances Lee Commercial Building for H. worked in his Chicago office.216-664-2531 117 of 210 .residential building st for G. Griffin John V. he was a Republican.Cleveland.601 Lakeside Ave. Jindra Residence Residence for Frances H. Scoville Commercial Building for John Cain Commercial Building for Marshall Biddle Commercial Building for Patrick Kennedy Double Residence Double Residence for C.8 1853-4 1854 1871 Address City Ashland Cleveland Bucyrus Lodi (demolished) State OH OH Ohio OH Status unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Wilm Knox Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Politically. Ohio listing his occupation as Master Builder.4 6423 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Ozias Kinney Birth/Established: 1811 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1869 Ozias Kinney was born in Vermont. King was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. the Woodmen of the World. That partnership lasted one year.N.24 3114 11412 7506 . later of Adler and Sullivan. OH 44114 .T. Weibusch Terrace for Louis Roth Terrace for the Midland Realty Company Two 6 suite apartment buildings for Louise Rechie Two family residence for George Sell Date 1907 1917 1917 1907 1905 . and the United Commercial Travelers. Room 519 . Dankmar Adler. He specialized in apartment and terrace house design. In 1850 he was living in Ashland.6 1914 . King was born and educated in Cleveland public schools and attended Sayers College of Cleveland.12 1026 5712 8302 . He spent three years in New York City studying architecture after which he returned to Cleveland where he entered the office of Ora Williams in 1903.1906 1912 1906 1907 1907 1917 1917 1908 1911 1907 1905 1905 1905 1907 6412 . Lee Residence for W. He lived in Cleveland for a brief time in the mid-1850's. He went on to Chicago afterwords. and had been a candidate for county commissioner.F.Structure Residence for Minnie Bell Two residences for Max Marmorstein Date 1914 1917 Address 9220 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Unknown Demolished George S King Birth/Established: 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1925 George S. Building List Structure Apartment Building Church and school Club House for Lithuanian Society Commercial . His other works in Cleveland are not known. Mr.

Elliot. he formed a partnership with John H. The firm is remembered for its office buildings with Sullivanesque ornamentation. While in Edinburgh he worked for the firm of Moffett and Aitken. including the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. He died in 1915 at the age of fifty . He was also a talented water colorist and etcher and owned a collection of etchings by famous artists. Beaumont Jarvis joined the firm In Toronto where it was known as Knox.Birth/Established: 1858 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1915 Wilm Knox was born in Glasgow. Stanley Residence Clark Terrace Cleveland Cadillac Company Cleveland Model Market Cleveland Rubber Works Cleveland Spring Wire addition Cleveland Wire Spring Coe Manufactring Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building for Mary Huntington Commercial building for Sigmund Lederer Commercial Building with chapel Commercial residential building Confederation Life Building David J. Room 519 . 1902 Plain Dealer article highlighted the firm's designs for manufacturing plants. Trinker apartment building for John F.Cleveland. Knox & Eliot moved to Cleveland 1893. While in Toronto. He painted a series of watercolors of mushrooms.216-664-2531 118 of 210 .17 8301 32 1382 1904 901 3859 . special course in architecture in Glasglow.I.601 Lakeside Ave. He studied architecture at the Free Church Seminary in Glasglow. Building List Structure 24 suite apartment building for John Sipe of New York A.3911 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Hamilton Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Toronto Joliet East Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Painesville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toronto Cleveland State OH OH OH Ontario OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario IL OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Eliot & Jarvis.4 102 . These buildings contrasted with the prevalent Beaux-Arts and Neo Classic style buildings of the day. Rockefeller. OH 44114 . E. His wife Agnes Childs Knox was a native of Painesville.J. Scotland. he was considered an authority on fugi of the northern states. Knox handled engineering for the firm. They also competed for and lost the competition for the Toronto Board of Trade. He came to North America in 1886.seven and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Painesville. Barry Residence Date 1905 nd 1894 nd 1909 1899 nd nd 1905 1905 1902 1920 1905 1910 1912 1891 1895 1897 1903 1914 1911 nd 1905 nd nd 1904 1917 1894 1898 1910 1917 1890-2 1907 10316 8904 500 . spending years in Toronto and Chicago before settling in Cleveland. Knox and Elliot Birth/Established: 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1928 Wilm Knox and John Eliot moved to Toronto from Chicago in 1888 with an office at 15 Victoria Street. Root Company Alterations to the Croxden American Screw Works Anisfield Building Apartment Building for H. A May 22. and Standard Buildings. The firm won the competition for the design of the Richardsonian Romanesque Confederation Life office building in 1889. A naturalist.46 14032 11825 1935 4701 . and Edinburgh. including construction and equipment installation. Siper apartment building for Mars Wagar Apt Bldg for John Sipe of NYC Apt Bldg for Mars Wagar Realty Arthur Somers Residence Baker Products Beach Terrace Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Carnegie Library Cecil Street Church of Christ Central Presbyterian Church Charles H.6 3038 .

Bauman Residence Eberhardt Manufacturing Edward F. Room 519 .41 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toronto Toronto Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3250 79 8707 11408 288 720 7270 344 Cleveland Painesville Cleveland Toronto Cleveland West Toronto Junction Youngstown Cleveland Holmesville Sandusky Toronto Cleveland Cleveland 1169 1825 5822 1608 Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1614 22 1406 . Beggers E. Drake Harbor Street Collegiate Harvey Higgins Residence Heintzman House Hippodrome Annex Hippodrome Theatre Holmes County Infirmary Hotel Breakers House Ice Skating Rink and Cold Storage Interstate Foundry J. Stables Kitchen Building Lewis E.M. Dyson and Son Forge and Machine Shop James Elliott Residence James Hill Residence Judge Theodore S.601 Lakeside Ave.Cleveland. Elwood Residence May Company McKinley Terrace Morrill Library National Carbon Company Office Building National Malleable Castings Neal Fireproof Storage Building Office and Bank Building for Union Land Office building at Lima. Blake Residence Edward Hewitt House Elks Club Euclid Beach Park Pavilion Factory Factory Fern Hall Addition First Baptist Church Fyvie Apartments for L.20 11705 7706 7208 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Painesville Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Youngstown Cleveland 2732 1122 697 1239 .51 8903 1515 6411 1267 1273 5818 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Strimple Residence Kelley Island Lime & Transport Co.7 1905 1889 1917 1901 1906 1899 1898 1907 1906 1917 1908 1902 1906 1899 1893-6 1905 1912 1917 1903 1897 1917 1901 1900 1895 1898 nd 1906 1895 1899 1899 1900 Address City Greensburg State PA OH OH OH Ontario Ontario OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario OH Ontario OH OH OH OH Ontario OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Never built Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 10324 . OH 44114 .Structure Design for Westmoreland County Courthouse Double for F.216-664-2531 119 of 210 .H.6 11415 2800 449 260 1029 .E. Ohio Office building for Eberhard Manufacturing Ohio Desk Pelton Apartments People's Tabernacle Pierce Shoe Puritan Apartment Building Puritan Apartments Residence Residence for William Bozett Residence for Henry Lower Residence for Henry Lower Residence for James Hill Date 1899 1915 1902 1897 1891 1890 1909 nd 1899 1904 1910 1897 1899 nd 1903 1889 1917 1906-7 1896 .

33 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toronto Painesville Cleveland Wooster Cleveland 8401 9719 4601 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2020 14620 11430 Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cuyahoga Falls Cleveland 152 2062 . He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. Charles College.6 1914 Toronto Cleveland Cleveland Wapakoneta Cleveland 1905 11310 1624 11418 Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland William Koehl Birth/Established: 1883 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1956 William Koehl was born in Akron. working in the office of Frank Meade. Antonio DiNardo. James AME Church (Trinity Congregational Church) St. Room 519 . He first appeared in Cleveland City Directories in 1905 when he was employed as a draftsman. In 1911 he formed a partnership with Alex Wolf that lasted about one year. Mary's Episcopal Church Standard Building Stores and Market House for Glengariff Realty Telling Brothers Ten houses on Terrace Terrace Theodore Arter Residence Thomas Maher Residence Two School additions Upson Nut Company Office Building Victoria Presbyterian Church Washington Apartments Westchester Apartment Building Western Ohio Transportation Office White Bicycle Wigmore Coliseum William W.9 8927 . Duffy Date 1930 1917 1917 1917 13205 Address City Canton Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Building List Structure Brunnerdale Seminary Church Church of the Holy Family Elementary School Factory for Mrs. Chamberlain Residence Windemere Presbyterian Church Annex Zera D. when Koehl went to work as the Cleveland representative of Pittsburgh architect John T.P. Koehl is best known for his work for the Catholic diocese. educated at parochial schools in Akron. That partnership was dissolved in 1913.Cleveland. and Adrian Foose. and the University of Ottawa and St.601 Lakeside Ave. He received early training in architectural offices in Cleveland and Akron. Comes. Patterson Residence Zera Patterson Residence Date 1907 1898-9 1899 1899 1903-5 1910-1 1889-90 1897 1901 1903 1901 -2 1896 1912 1924 1915 1904 1907 1906 1906 1899 1916 1917 1903-4 1890 1913 1903 1903 nd 1912 1910 1916 1908 1902 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ontario OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing 1755 1601 1605 614 614 215 . OH 44114 .V.216-664-2531 120 of 210 . Cantrall Residence Residence for William Ryan Residence for William Ryan Rockefeller Building Rockefeller Building addition Rowhouse Science Building Scotia Apartment House South Western Ohio Traction Company Spencerian College St.Structure Residence for O. Mr. He later would form various partnerships with Richard Van Rensselaer. Hinsley Residence for R. His office was in the Heights Rockefeller Building.

Carmel Residence Residence for A.54 3108 2485 1815 2377 4239 7710 3069 1929 1358 . Stahl Residence for W.4 46.Hook and Ladder # 5 Commercial Building Double Dwelling for Frank H. and Second Empire styles. He died on November 22. Jail and SheriffÆs Residence Lutheran Church Park Opera House Rebuilding Residence Residence for A. Jerome Church St. Jerome's Rectory St.62 Address City New Philadelphia Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Bellefontaine New Philadelphia Erie Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland New Minerva Frieberg State OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH Baden. Mary's Rectory St. Campbell House Eighteenth Ward Market House (Newburgh Market) Eighteenth Ward Police Station First Methodist Church Franklin Street Methodist Episcopal Church Hungarian Refinery Immaculate Conception Church Infirmary Hospital addition John Lannert Residence Logan County Courthouse . Germany Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He lived on Commonwealth Street (now).J.Structure Home for Working Boys Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church Our Lady of Mt. Joseph Church St. Immaculate Conception Church. Philip Neri Church Addition and Residence Date 1917 1941 1952 1914 1917 1917 1917 1955 1947 1950 1925 1940 .B. Hammond. and George F. He was active as an architect from 1863 until his death in 1895. Room 519 .C. He was active during the High Victorian era. Caskey Residence for Charles Kyle Residence for John Dease Residence of Mr. Significant structures that he designed included Sts.15 Cleveland Cleveland Alexander Koehler Birth/Established: 1831 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1895 Alexander Koehler was German born and settled in Cleveland during the Civil War.A. 1895 leaving a wife and six sons.49.1 1926 1925 1917 Address 8301 3644 6928 1478 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 6818 3450 15200 15000 Parma Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Alliance Lakewood 15519 8203 . Breuer St. Joseph Blackburn (1869-1872). and the Logan County Courthouse in Bellefontaine.601 Lakeside Ave.Cleveland. Charles Borromeo Church St.P.A. J. forming various partnerships over the years. Kennedy E.216-664-2531 121 of 210 . Building List Structure Central High School Cleveland Fire Department . designing buildings in the Gothic. the Central School in New Philadelphia (demolished). Luke's School St. DeVille Residence for H. Dominic's Roman Catholic Church St.53. Hochstetter Residences Date 1877-8 1881 1889 1891 1868 1879 1875 1874 1870 1868 1873 1876 1891 1870 1870 1895 1888 1888 1888 1888 nd 1868 22 . OH 44114 .51.47.52. Samuel Lane (1872-3). Peter and Paul Church in Sandusky. He was partnered with Charles Roesling (1865).

Greene Building Saints Peter and Paul Church School School St. He would later give up the practice of architecture and became a building supplier. Building List Structure Baldwin Filtration Plant City of Cleveland Fire Department #28 Commercial Building for Sunbeam Laundry Third District Police Station 1925 1917 310 2139 Date Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing W W LaChance Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown W.E. Herman Kregelius Birth/Established: 25 August 1875 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 28. In 1916 he was working as an architect in Manitoba. Building List Structure Apartment building for C.C. OH 44114 . Peter and Paul Rectory T. when he lived at 10317 South Boulevard. It was in existence between 1872 and 1873.D. 1952 Herman Kregelius was a Cleveland-born architect of German parentage. Robinson in 1914 and later became Cleveland City architect. LaChance was a Canadian .W. Ontario.Cleveland.7 City Cleveland Sandusky Cuyahoga Falls Salem State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 1930 520 Cleveland Sandusky Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Koehler and Lane Birth/Established: 1872 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1873 This architectural firm was formed by Alexander Koehler and Samuel Lane. He was in a partnership with P. Canada.9 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Hamilton Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Hamilton State OH OH OH Ontario OH OH OH OH OH Ontario Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Samuel Lane Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He maintained a home in Milan.601 Lakeside Ave. He was employed as an architect by the Austin Company in 1917. Wright Company Date 1896 1896 1896 unk 1895 1895 1895 1896 1895 unk 2900 5303 . Room 519 . Crocker's Block Union Evangelical Church Wick Block Woodland Cemetery Receiving Vault Date 1873 1866-1871 1869 1880 1888 1871 1869 1869 1883 1880 Address 203 . He was a partner with both Albert French and Vincent Gregg. He was active in Cleveland for a short time in the mid-1890's.216-664-2531 122 of 210 .born architect. Heyse Brick and stone store building Club House for the Hamilton Gulf Club Forest City Steel Forge Forest City Steel Forge National Cash Register Residence for Malcomb Campbell Van Rooy Coffee Company Warehouse for the E.Structure S. Ohio where his wife Sarah Stoddard was from. He left Cleveland in 1897 and opened an office in Hamilton. Zellers Apartment building for E.T. Stephen's Engine & Boiler House Sts. He is listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect.

also the offices of architects Heard and Blythe. Mary's Church St.Cleveland.601 Lakeside Ave. He made church and public buildings his specialty. He was a member of the Willson Avenue Temple.216-664-2531 . Missouri and moved to Cleveland with his father in 1862. He was in a partnership with Alexander Koehler from 1872 to 1873. Building List Structure Addition to west steeple of Immaculate Conception Church Cleveland Protestant Asylum Double Residence for Catherine Hagan Immaculate Conception Church Lutheran Church Portage County Courthouse Retreat on St. He was educated in the Cleveland public schools and entered an architect's office at the age of fourteen. Ohio Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Israel J Lehman Birth/Established: 1859 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1914 Israel J. John's Catholic Church St. Their offices were in the Hickox Building at East 9th Street and Euclid.Birth/Established: 1844 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 6. and was admitted to the architecture practice in 1869. Greene Building Soldier's Monumental Building St. OH 44114 . Ohio Fort Wayne Delphos. the B'Nai Brith. and the Cuyahoga County Courthouse. Lauffer attended Lincoln High School. Free and Accepted Masons. He began working in Cleveland in 1864. Patrick's Church Wapokeneta Union School Date 1898 1879 1892 1873 1889 1881 1883 1873 1875 .5 3201 131 .C. He entered into partnership with Theodore Schmitt (1860-1935) in 1885. Lehman and Schmitt Birth/Established: 1885 Death/Disolved: 1935 123 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Ohio Cleveland Wapokeneta State OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH IN OH OH Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Erwin O Lauffer Birth/Established: 1889 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1977 Erwin O. He worked as a draftsman for the county. Washington where he formed a partnership with fellow Clevelander Morris M. Lehman was born in St. Joseph. He was buried in Mayfield Cemetery. completed studies in New York.R. the Convention Center. Hirsh & Gavin and Lehman & Schmitt before beginning his own practice in 1912. the Excelsior Club. Gleichman. He passed away in his home at 1657 East 115th Street. Hamilton Residence Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Resek Manor Apartments Residence Residence for E.60 4129 250 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Elyria Ravenna Cleveland Cleveland Sidney. Smith. From 1880 to 1884 he was employed as a draftsman in the office of George H. 1901 Samuel Lane was born in England and came to the United States in 1848. In 1890 he moved to Seattle. the Cleveland City Lodge. and the Chamber of Commerce.3 1101 4916 Address 4109 5008 1458 . Building List Structure H. Clair S. The 1868-9 City Directory shows that he was working as a draftsman in rooms 23 and 24 of the Case Block. Pillars Residence for Erwin Lauffer Residence for Jacob Lauffer Sidney Marks Residence West Park United Church of Christ Date 1923 1930 1926 1925 1917 1919 1919 1924 1955 1327 1323 9918 3909 Address 10000 4423 1160 11460 City Cleveland Cleveland Lorain Cleveland Fostoria. He designed many churches and homes and remodeled City Hall. He was employed by the architectural firms of Searles.I. Room 519 . at the age of fiftyfive in 1914.7 nd 1878-80 1870 1874. He returned to Cleveland in 1893.

They had also designed the Central Police Station on Champlain Street.10 3038 . The early history of the firm shows that they designed numerous residences.Residential Building for Elizabeth Schwarz Commercial building for Diebolt Brewing Commercial Building for H. Room 519 .Residential Addition for Moritz and Goodman Commercial . Indiana. Pennsylvania. and Franklin and Towanda. The name of Lehman and Schmitt was retained after Israel Lehman?s death in 1914. and the Lorain County Children?s Home.216-664-2531 124 of 210 . Temple Tifereth Israel at Central and East 55th Street built in 1894.16 2576 Address 2393 2103 City Cleveland Cleveland Franklin Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Towanda Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Sandusky Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lorain Cleveland Canton Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Black and Company Commercial Building for H. an 1894 addition to the second Cuyahoga County Courthouse. Buildings designed by the firm after 1914 included the Cook (now the Prospect Park Building). Frederick Baird worked as a draftsman and designer with the firm for several years. OH 44114 . The firm also designed several significant synagogues. Kentucky. Both Israel Lehman and Theodore Schmitt had worked in the office of George H. the Erie County Children?s Home in Sandusky. Smith. and the Bing Building.53 3908 .D. the Central Armory for the Ohio National Guard. Koblitz Commercial Building for Joseph Hays Commercial Building for Kelly Island Lime Company Commercial Building for Merchants Buildiing Company Convalescent cottage at the Asylum for the Insane Cook Building Date 1888 1891 1900 1891 1886 1912 1890 1891 1908 1903 1929 1896 1894 1903 1893 nd nd 1900 nd nd 1889 1894 1915 1894 1905 1896 1892 1905 1899 1921 1890 1895 1902 nd 1921 4614 620 5000 751 1256 2049 .40 3345 205 13107 1914 7209 6203 510 510 2510 8206 300 . Peru.601 Lakeside Ave.Ninth Building Children's Home City Infirmary Hospital City National Bank Cleveland Builders Supply Cleveland General Hospital and Medical Despencery Addition Cleveland Public Library Commercial . and the later Anshe Chesed Synagogue at 8302 Euclid Avenue. the National Guard Armory in Geneva. The firm?s offices moved to the Electric Building in 1914. and courthouses in Lexington.Cleveland. The firm did a substantial amount of work for local government.Biography: Lehman and Schmitt were in business from 1885 to 1935. including the Anshe Chesed Synagogue built in 1886 on Scovill Avenue. Building List Structure Abraham Witkowsky Alex Tubman Residence Alsace Hotel Altenheim Home for the Aged Anshe Chesed Synagogue Anshe Chesed Temple (Liberty Hill Baptist Church) Apartment Building for the Smith Estate Apartment House for Stone Brothers Bailey Department Store addition Bailey's Department Store Bing Building Bradford County Courthouse Central Armory Central Brass and Manufacturing Central Police Station Central Police Station Chapel at Mayfield Cemetery Charles Wilsdorf Residence Chester . They designed the Cuyahoga County Courthouse. the Pierce Arrow Dealership. built in 1912.

13 5711 . H.95 2341 2025 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Northfield Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Peru 2345 2355 2522 2542 20 .3 2569 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1629 2399 2321 5040 1200 11111 4508 2404 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lexington Cleveland Sandusky Franklin 11206 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2343 2519 2206 2220 2421 2332 2399 2339 2159 10405 2410 2289 .2 1252 1012 . Feiss and Company Garage Julius Feiss Residence Leopold Einstein Residence Macedonia Cemetery Majestic Apartments for Willson Improvement Company Manuel Halle Residence May Company Addition May Company Garage Miami County Courthouse Moses Halle Residence Mrs.601 Lakeside Ave.12 1894 1896 1924 1905 1888 1888 1892 1889 1891 2399 1895 1901 1899 1913 1889 1898 1893 nd 1904 1897 nd 1894 1892 1892 1916 1893 1892 1888 1920 1889 1892 1890 1905 1908 1893 1890 1898 1901 1892 1910 1925 1908-10 1892 1888 1889 1892 1895 1890 1896 1917 Address 1 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH KY OH OH PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH IN OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing 712 14801 . Room 519 . OH 44114 . Ohio First Baptist Church Frederick W.216-664-2531 125 of 210 . Schmitt Residence Myron Mittelberger Residence Nathan Weidenthal Residence National Guard Armory Ninth German Reformed Church Osborn Building Pierce Arrow Dealership Date 1909 .Warren Block Diebolt Brewing Double dwelling for Peter Flath Double dwelling for W.Cleveland.6 4600 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Geneva Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Bruch Residence Friedman Grand Stand at the Glenville Race Track Harry Schwartzenberg Residence Henry Schnauffer Residence Homestead Block Hubbard Cooke Building Hubbard Cooke Building I.N. Brew Fayette County Courthouse Felix Hirscheimer Residence Fire Station at Sandusky. Jones $2500 Double Residence for Joseph Berman Double Residence for Mrs.H. Klein Residence Industrial Building Isaac Levi Residence Jane Cain Residence John Zipp Residence Joseph and Feiss Factory Joseph.Structure Cuyahoga County Courthouse Cuyahoga County Courthouse brick and stone addition Cuyahoga County Morgue Detroit . Charles Becker Dunham Church of Christ Emanuel Einstein Residence Emmanuel Lewith Residence Erasmas Raus Residence Erie County Children's Home Excelsior Club Factory for W.E.

Michigan.Structure Residence Residence for August Bandlow Residence for C. Residence Date 1866 1875 1863 1869 1871 1887 1887 4421 101 Address City Erie Detroit Detroit Allegan Gambier Detroit Detroit State PA MI MI MI OH MI MI Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .12 242 2885 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Gordon Lloyd Birth/Established: 1832 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1905 Gordon Lloyd was an English-born architect based in Detroit. Joseph and Feiss Siegfried Einstein Residence Sigmund Mann Residence Addition Stable for Merchant Delivery Company Stable for Merchants Delivery Stables and barn for Burns.A. Henderson EC Residence for Jacob and Frank Straus Residence for Jacob and Frank Straus Residence for W. Paul Central Methodist Church Christ P. Building List Structure Cathedral of St. Ontario. Room 519 .A. Rosenblatt Theo Schmitt Residence Three story store and ten building for Charles Stein Two hotels U. Quayle Store and apartment for Charles Stein Temple Tiffereth Israel (Friendship Baptist Church) Tenement for Moses Fuldheim Tenement for S. Hickox Residence for Dr.Bowe Baking Company on Store addition to residence at 334 Euclid for F.S. Schluder Salmon Halle Residence Samuel Sloss Residence Samuel Strauss Residence Scott . He designed two significant buildings in Cleveland the 1874 St.4 1902 1899 1892 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 4920 1733 3823 1268 3849 2481 2485 2352 2407 2518 3311 2149 2343 1618 135 167 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 5600 1224 3534 11321 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lima 205 2000 . Ferry and Company Warehouse David Whitney Jr. Church Church of Good Shepherd Church of the Holy Spirit D.E. Truehaft Residence for Gabriel Schaffner Residence for J. He lived across the river in Windsor.216-664-2531 126 of 210 .Cleveland. Paul's Episcopal Church and the 1883 National City Bank Building (demolished). OH 44114 .M. Aaron Hahn Residence Residence for E.Ullman Company Sheriff Street Market Shop for Goldsmith. He was a leading architect of Episcopal churches and cathedrals throughout the Midwest. Parcel Post Building United Banking and Savings Company Weber's Restaurant West Side Police Station Date 1888 1888 1895 1888 1890 1888 1895 1892 1891 1890 2352 1894 1894 1913 1890 1900 1891 1888 1890 1890 1906 1904 1895 1894 1888 1888 1911 1895 nd 1922 .G.M.601 Lakeside Ave.

1907 he was made the chief building inspector. OH 44114 .C. He was associated with Adolphus Sprackling in 1892 as the Cleveland Architectural Company.725 4606 . Room 519 .Cleveland. He resumed a private practice. He was associated with architect John Eisenmann until 1900.5) he supervised the construction of Cleveland City Hall. Maine and received his education in Boston.25 2915 1312 . On April 4.26 1843 10128 . He resigned his city position at the end of 1909 when Johnson left office. During the administration of Newton D. Paul's Episcopal Church (later St.8 2007 . Paul�s Shrine) Trinity Cathedral Trinity Cathedral University of Detroit Date 1887 1875 1885 1883 1872 1869 1874 1869 1870-1 Address 661 City Detroit Galion Traverse City State MI OH MI MI Ontario OH OH OH PA MI Status Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 1075 3305 4410 Detroit Windsor Medina Cleveland Columbus Pittsburgh Detroit William S Lougee Birth/Established: 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1935 William S.3) .Structure Dowling Hall Grace Episcopal Church Northern Michigan Assylum Parker Block St. Miller (1932 . In 1884. John's Anglican Church St.216-664-2531 127 of 210 . at the age of seventeen.6 nd 1917 1921 nd 1920 1915 1912 nd nd 1922 2605 11320 942 417 .34 6501 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . he went to work for architect Tristam Griffin and remained in that office for six years before moving to Cleveland.35 701 . 1905 during the Mayoral administration of Tom L. He had his own office in Cleveland in 1893. Johnson he was appointed deputy inspector of buildings and on March 4.601 Lakeside Ave. Lougee was born in Buckfield. Hutchcroft Factory Dance Hall Elgraves Realty Company Engine House Frey Fisher Furniture Company Harborview (Residence for Matthew Bramley) Loyal Order of Moose Luna Park Dancing Pavilion Luna Park Skating Pavilion Lutheran Hospital Date nd 1914 nd 1916 1911 nd 1917 1932 1917 1914 1915 nd 1915 . In 1895 he was working with George Steffens.11 3838 1701 . Baker (1912 . He later became city architect and building commissioner under the administration of Mayor Ray T. Paul's Episcopal Church St. From 1901 to 1905 he was assistant architect for the Board of Education. Building List Structure Clarke Kessler Chemical Factory Cleveland and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland Boat Terminals Cleveland Bronze and Brass Cleveland Cadillac Service Station (Towell Building) Cleveland Fire Department � Engine Company #33 Colonial Woolen Mill Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building addition for William Edwards Co Commercial Building for Marshall Drug Commercial Building for Marshall Drug Cuyahoga County Criminal Court and Jail Cuyahoga County Detention Home (now Cuyahoga County Archives) D.

He retired in 1978 when he moved to Winter Park.216-664-2531 128 of 210 .Cherry Market House Tacoma Garage Templar Motor Car Company Union Paper and Twine Company Vlehek Tool Company Weideman Company Warehouse and Factory addition William Edwards Canning Factory William Edwards Company Warehouse William Edwards Factory and Office Building Woodland Recreation Center Date 1912-3 1918 nd nd nd 1913 1913 nd nd nd 1917 1920 nd 1915 nd 1910-1 nd 1915 Address 1 1601 21 . and Pepper Pike.7911 616 .30 Cleveland Cleveland 9206 Cleveland Chester Lowe Birth/Established: 1897 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1986 He designed homes in Shaker Heights.Cleveland. He lived at 1576 Belmore in East Cleveland.27 1921 7811 .34 City Cleveland Cleveland Youngstown Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toledo Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing 116 . OH 44114 .601 Lakeside Ave. Florida.7911 7811 . 1885 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 1. Moreland Hills.8 10709 960 . Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence by C.H. Room 519 . John's Hospital St. John's Hospital St. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Commercial .8 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1326 . Felton Date 1926 1927 1928 1929 nd nd 1929 1929 1931 1936 1924 1926 1927 3018 17717 2856 2641 3693 3095 3024 2869 Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Address 3018 17611 3030 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Philip Harvey Luzius Birth/Established: January 6. In 1917 his office was in the Erie Building and he lived at 1649 Larchmont in Lakewood. Philomena's Parish House Summit .Residential Building Date 1917 1924 1922 2962 3331 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 1940 Philip Luzius was born in Massillon.Structure Marshall Building Morgan Lithograph Studio Park Theatre Royal Motor Car Building Russell Hall Apartments St. later moving to Bainbridge Township in Geauga County.

He left Cleveland in 1935 for Palm Beach. He furnished each house with period furnishings. OH 44114 .Structure Commercial building Commercial Building for Margaret Striebinger Commercial Residential Building Factory and warehouse First Free Merhodist Church Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for Frederick Woods Residence for P.601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 . Glen Cowan Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Robert Hascall Residence Robert Woodruff Residence Theodore Miller Residence Date 1928 .George White Collection.8 6001 13305 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights 6001 1918 1917 1918 3086 Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Clarence Mack Birth/Established: 1888 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1965 Clarence Mack grew up on the west side of Cleveland. Building List Structure Darwin Barrett Residence George W.216-664-2531 129 of 210 .9 Cleveland Cleveland 1466 . Lakewood. His father and grandfather were builders.V.Charles King Residence Mack Residence Mrs.Cleveland. His architectural drawings are maintained by the Cleveland Public Library . Bernet Reisdece Kingwood . better known as Kingwood in Mansfield. He designed the Charles King Residence.9 1929 1929 1922 1927 1926 1914 1938 1919 1922 1923 1923 1923 1924 1924 1925 1925 1925 1925 1925 1926 1926 1927-8 1936 1937 1926 1929 1930 Address 19100 19500 19200 13881 19300 900 1460 2749 1467 13883 13867 13843 13857 13875 1038 13842 13840 13834 13823 13825 1381 1106 21165 21121 21873 13845 18100 3119 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Lakewood Shaker Heights Mansfield Lakewood Shaker Heights Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Rocky River Rocky River Rocky River Lakewood Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Florida. His homes were built in the Cleveland suburbs of. He served as his own contractor and lived in each of the houses that he designed. Jones Residence Harlan Newell Residence Harley Newell Residence John J. He often copied historical styles including the Georgian Revival (Adamesque). He never attended architectural school. Shaker Heights and Rocky River. Sampler Residence for the Guarantee Building Co Date 1917 1918 1917 1917 1923 1917 1917 1917 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown 2901 .

OH 44114 . Building List Structure Adam Hoffman Residence Adam Lehr Residence Apartment Building for F. Florida in November 1966 at the age of ninety-six and was buried in Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.Cleveland. He would form a partnership with Rudolph J.Structure V. In 1920 his office was located in the Caxton Building and he lived at 11609 Fairport Avenue in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. In the later 1920's he worked for Lehman and Schmitt. it was created in 1924.E. Matzinger and Hulett (1905) and Matzinger and Miller (1911-1915). except for two brief partnerships. until 1928 when he went into practice for himself.C.Treuhaft Shaker Boulevard Residence Sigma Nu Chapter House Date 1929 1928 1927 1930 1928 1929 Ohio 2680 16201 2724 Address City Fairview Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State Ohio OH OH Ohio Status Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Paul Matzinger Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1966 Paul Matzinger was born in Canton. He was the architect of numerous churches.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence for Keyes . From 1893 to 1897 he was a member of the firm of Matzinger and Sprackling. He later moved to 6870 Ridge Road in Parma.W. After 1898 he was in business for himself. and Arthur Oviatt. He graduated from Calvin College in 1888. He was employed as a draftsman by A. Rust. Seidel Residence Calvary Church of the Evangelican Calvary Evangelical Church Date 1901 1900 1900 1901 1928 1902 1907 1911 1937 1907 1904 1914 1913 1906 1900 1907 1905 7012 2765 2765 2928 4134 2765 2226 3382 4101 4814 3735-7 Address 7304 6515 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . and the Mission style Eighth Reformed Church (1909). Cramer & Fugman. Goodman Apartment Building for Thomas Frantz Apartment Building for Thomas J. Maier and Travis Walsh. Room 519 . Ohio and raised in Chicago. the Gothic Revival Zion Lutheran Church (1902). Significant examples of his work include the Tudor Revival Clifton Terrace (1905-6). W. Becker Residence William E. Holden Apartment House Apartment house to be erected for George Switzer Assembly Hall for Immanuel Lutheran Church Avalon Theater Avonzocko Calvary Church Bethany English Lutheran Church Bethany Evangelical Church Bethenian Evangelical Church Block on Franklin for John King C.216-664-2531 130 of 210 . He died in Boynton Beach. apartment buildings and terraces throughout Cleveland. Rose Residence Date 1927 1923 1930 Address 21024 13851 3139 City Rocky River Lakewood Shaker Heights State OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Maier and Walsh Birth/Established: 1924 Biography: Death/Disolved: This architectural firm was Edward J. the Savings and Sensible Architectural Bureau. Mack Residence William D. Grosel.

Room 519 .2 1896 1924 1907 1917 1906 1904 1904 1911 1905 1917 1902 1903 1907 1905 1904 1903 1911 1915 1909 1901 1903-4 1907 1905 1925 1917 1906 1912 1920 Address 2709 11204 1053 860 4905 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing 11201 6416 3321 .5 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 8918 7907 3021 6202 7410 . George Kinsey Residence Dwelling for P.10 9500 . Mosher Residence Christ Temple Apostolic Church Clark Avenue Savings Bank Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing Company Clifton Terrace Commercial . Cannon Apartments Eighth Reformed Church Fifth Reformed Church First Hungarian Reformed Church Four suite terrace for L. Griese & Walker Company Store and Apartments Double Residence Double Residence Double residence for Mr. F. OH 44114 .Residential Building for Arnold Moos Commercial Bldg for Cleveland & Sandusky Brewing E.Residential Building Commercial .63rd Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building for Anton and August Kausek Commercial Building for Dr. Laub Commercial Building for J.C. McCartney Residence Dr.8 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 8327 11910 . Ryan Edson L.B.11420 2909 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission . F.4 6710 1415 1459 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 17858 7300 1926 2577 2409 6701 2856 Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Painesville 10700 1686 1516 11350 .Structure Calvary Evangelical Church Addition Carolina Terrace Charles L. Voan Commercial building for Jacob Haller Commercial Building near Lorain and Clark Commercial Residential Building Commercial Residential Building Commercial/Residential Building Conrad Baisch Kroehle Furniture Company D.601 Lakeside Ave. Somers Commercial Building for Ed Sattis Commercial Building for G.4 2988 3212 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2141 5500 . Ehrman Company Commercial building for George Tinnerman Commercial Building for George Zellers Commercial Building for H. W.216-664-2531 131 of 210 . Boltz Foyer Steel Stamping Francis Crank Residence Garage Hermann E. McDonald Dr. Walker Residence Hessler Apartments Holtkamp Organ Date 1902 1907 1908 1919 1906 1906 1905-6 1918 1899 1905 1911 1912 1917 1917 1909 1900 1900 1921 .Cleveland.M.

Poole on Rosemont Road East Cleveland Residential for Mrs.8 2261 1291 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Berea Berea Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Ohio Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 12008 1207 5826 3221 17059 3289 9812 .2 6013 10808 3218 10700 Cleveland Cleveland Parma Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2065 4464 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3332 1861 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3186 . Gehring Terrace Terrace Terrace Terrace for C. Room 519 . OH 44114 . Seidel Company Commercial Building Otto Berchtold Residence Park Theatre Parma Theater Peerless Paper Box Company R.G.5 2546 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .C. Pfeffer on Clifton Russell Brown Residence Samuel Kaestlen Residence St. Brady Store and dwelling for Frederick W.Cleveland.A. Priesmeyer Terrace for E.74 657 . Griese on Willson opposite Lexington Store addition to dwelling of Frank Deyer Store and apartment building for James M.601 Lakeside Ave. Marcus Lutheran Church and School Stable for Dr.31 3704 .8 1858 .Structure James Sanderson Residence Joseph Schmolzer Block Koblitz Kohn Company Kulas Conservatory of Music Kulas Conservatory of Music Addition Louis Grosser Residence Luther Memorial Church Martin Leopold Residence Michael Gerstacker Residence Miller . Paultze Terrace for Frederick Kratt Terrace for George Phelps Terrace for Harris Switzer Terrace for Harry C.Wohl Building National Bread Bakery Addition Newman Building O. Coil Terrace for Walter Krewson The Emma Building Date 1900 1905 1912 1912 1937 1898 1903 1906 1906 1929 1902 1930 1903 nd 1907 1936 1922 1904 1903 1910 1912 1901 1898 1898 1917 1912 1894 1899 1912 1904 1904 1903 1898 1913 1904 1906 1906 1906 1903 1903 1904 1906 1904 1906 1907 1902 1901 1903 1903 Address 6302 3216 2380 96 96 6814 3269 6810 6718 410 .216-664-2531 132 of 210 . Brown Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for Adolph Humel Residence for Burt Wilmot Residence for George Tinnerman Residence for J.90 1027 . Shively Residence for John Hart Residence for Samuel Campbell Residence for Warren H. Goss Residence for William Leopold Residential for J.4 3223 3880 .9 1861 .

The firm's principles were Herman Maurer and Howard Mills. He was one of nine children of German born parents. Clemens Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cuyahoga Falls Cleveland Cleveland Akron State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH MI OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Maurer and Mills Birth/Established: 1909 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1911 Maurer and Mills were active between 1909 and 1911. Woodruff Shaffer Memorial Methodist Church St. Luke's Hospital. Room 519 . Building List Structure East Glenville Methodist Episcopal Chruch Frank C.601 Lakeside Ave.residential building for Howard Gouvy Commercial Building for Fred Saywell Denison Avenue Congregationalist Church addition First Hungarian Reformed Church Frank C. In 1942 he worked for the A. Rode Residence Swedish Congregational Church Date 1911 1906 1910 Address 12651 10719 1375 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Walter McCornack Birth/Established: 1877 Death/Disolved: 1961 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 1981 Herman Maurer was born in Cleveland.216-664-2531 133 of 210 .5 12002 2220 3240 4464 270 12423 1190 . John's Chruch Parish House St.G.Structure Warehouse and stable for Mueller Brewing William G. John's Evangelical Church St. Makee Company. OH 44114 . He lived at 3126 Scarsborough Road in Cleveland Heights.2 9900 2856 10719 326 4334 2763 3625 Address 79 City Bedford Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mt. Peter's Episcopal Church Date 1926 1927 1924 1926 1938 1925 1918 1909 1914 1948 1909 1925 1926 1925 1915 1914 unk 1927 1925 unk 1319 603 . Mark's Lutheran Church St. Rode Residence Immanuel Presbyterian Church Methodist Episcopal Church Parkwood Asbury Methodist Church Residence for E.nine in St. He died at the age of ninety . Pollock Residence Zion Evangelical School Zion Lutheran Church Date 1904 1910 1906 1902 Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing 9035 2694 2062 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Herman Maurer Birth/Established: April 1.R.Cleveland. 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 10. Building List Structure Bedford Methodist Church Bosworth Presbyterian Church Busch Funeral Home Calvary Evangelical Church Addition Christ Methodist Church Church of the Cross Commercial .

OH 44114 .216-664-2531 134 of 210 . Room 519 . He later entered into private practice.Biography: Walter McCornack was born in Oneida.601 Lakeside Ave. Illinois. He attended Knox College and graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1903. He returned to Boston in 1939 to become dean of the School of Architecture and Regional and City Planning at MIT. Barnum as the architect for the Cleveland Board of Education from 1914 to 1925. an era of substantial growth for the Cleveland Public Schools. He died in Littleton. one of the first three public housing projects in the nation. Building List Structure Addison Junior High School Addison School Addition Almira School Andrew Rickoff School Audubon Junior High School Benjamin Franklin School Board of Education Warehouse Boulevard Third Story addition Central ( J. New Hampshire. He retired in 1945. He succeeded Frank S. He was the architect of the Cedar .Central Homes in 1937 (becoming known as a pioneer in slum clearance). He worked in the office of Edmund M.Cleveland. Longfellow School John Adams High School John Hanley High School Kennard Junior High School Kennard School Annex Lafayette School Lafayette School Lafayette School addition Lafayette School Addition Lincoln High School Addition Date 1914 1924 1916 1920 -21 1922 1923 1923 1919 1916 1918 1914 1917 1924 1917 1916 1914 1914 1917 1915 1919 1920 1915 1918 1921 1922 1923 1915 1915 1917 1919 1922 1919 1916 1924 1923 1923 1914 1919 1919 1919 1922 1922 1923 12416 650 3817 425 2510 2510 12416 3288 3288 9119 9113 885 1700 410 1109 6412 3030 3380 3500 Address 1109 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Winchester Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH VA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Burroughs) School Annex Central High School Annex Chesterfield School Chesterfield School third story addition Collinwood High School Addition Collinwood Memorial School addition Corlett School Deaf (Alexander Graham Bell) School East Boulevard (Anthony Wayne) School East Clark School Addition East Denison School addition East High School Annex East Tech School Annex Empire Junior High School Empire Junior High School third story addition Empire Junior High School Third Story Addition Euclid Park School Fairmount Junior High School Addition Gilbert School addition Gilbert School addition Gladstone School Gladstone School Glenville High School Addition Harvey Rice School Annex Hazeldell School Annex` Henry W. completing plans for schools in Shaker Heights. Wheelwright in Boston from 1909 to 1913. East Cleveland and Cleveland Heights.

White) School Moses Cleaveland School Mt. Brett Addition (demolished) William H. where his father was a consulting engineer. the Elyria Iron & Steel Company.Structure Lincoln High School Annex Marion School Memphis School third story addition Miles School third story addition Miles Standish (Michael R.J.216-664-2531 135 of 210 . the H. and settled in Cleveland in 1896.B. construction and supervision of manufacturing plants. As an engineer in the office of J. He was educated in Cleveland Public Schools. and commercial buildings. the Ferro Machine and Foundry Company. Brett School Date 1919 1921 1919 1918 1921 1925 1922 1918 1916 1922 1919 1922 1925 1915 1922 1917 c. OH 44114 . 1926 1920 1923 1925 1924 1921 1921 1919 1924 1922 1921 1919 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished 4103 9020 4092 11617 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2900 Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland 3145 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4433 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2201 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ernest McGeorge Birth/Established: May 19. 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 29. the Parrish & Bingham Company. came to the United States with his family in 1883. and the Cleveland Athletic Club. the Cleveland Engineering Society. a member of the Chamber of Commerce. Pleasant School third story addition Murray Hill School Annex Normal (Cleveland School of Education) Addition North Doan (Oliver Wendell Holmes) School Annex Patrick Henry Junior High School Paul Revere School Rawlings Junior High School Rawlings Junior High School Addition School Scott Rogers Residence South High School (A. the Chandler Motor Car Company. He opened an office in 1913. He was a contributing member of the Ohio National Guard. Building List Structure Brown Hoisting Machinery Addition Chandler Motor Car Company Cleveland Automobile Company Elyria Iron and Steel Company Ferro Machine and Foundry Company Date 1918 nd nd Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 1961 Ernest McGeorge was an engineer who was mainly responsible for industrial buildings. the Briggs Manufacturing Company.Cleveland. was naturalized as an American citizen in 1884. He worked at Wellman-Seaver-Morgan Company for nine years. Room 519 . He later worked for the Peerless Motor Car Company and the Ferro Machine and Foundry Company. Walker Company. He was born in England. Milton Dyer he supervised the construction of the new heating system for the tuberculosis hospital on the Cooley Farm in Warrensville.601 Lakeside Ave. Hart) Annex Sunbeam School Thomas Jefferson Junior High School Tremont School Addition Wade Park School Warner School Annex West High School Annex West Tech High School Addition West Tech High School Greenhouse 2201 West 98th Street William H. warehouses. the Winton Engine Works. He specialized in the design. Ohio. His principal clients were the Peerless Motor Car Company. He was a member of Hough Congregational Church. and the Cleveland Switchboard. Auburn School Mt.

He was known for the English domestic style of architecture. no matter the makeup of the firm.J.G.Cleveland. He also designed several clubhouses and commercial buildings.J. He opened an office in 1895.10815 Cleveland Mansfield Orville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland William C Mead Birth/Established: August 20. From 1896 -7 he was in partnership with Alfred Hoyt Granger.601 Lakeside Ave. Reed Residence Chisholm Residence Country residence for Hal Morris De Forest Lillis Residence Deforest Lillis Residence Diebold Residence E.C. Diebold Residence A.S.A. Building List Structure Residence for Ulysses S. graduating from Central High School. and from 1911 to 1939 his was associated with James M. Crummer Residence A. Building List Structure A. Hamilton. He graduated from Wesleyan College and the Boston Tech (later known as Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in 1888.216-664-2531 136 of 210 . including numerous residences in the Euclid Heights development and Shaker Heights. 1875 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 22. Walker Company Lang Body Company Machine Shop for Roderick McLean Manufacturing Company Ohio Blower Company Factory Ohio Body and Blower Company Parish and Bingham Company Factory Winton Engine Works Date Address City Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished nd 1918 1918 nd 1918 10615 . he was known as the architect of some of the city's finest residential projects built in the early 20th century. from 1898 to 1905 he was in partnership with Abram Garfield. 1946 William Mead was in Cleveland a relatively short time.E. OH 44114 . In 1911 he was listed in the City Directory as an architect with offices in the Rose Building. Room 519 . He was the architect of the Lakewood Tennis Club. Throughout his career.I. Meade was born in Norwalk. He designed houses for wealthy patrons throughout his career. Henn Residence East Cleveland Township Cemetery Office Date 1907 1907 nd 1913 1908 1919 1906 1895 1911 1895 1907 1917 1896 1894 1894 c1908 1907 1910 1621 1934 1934 2656 2044 7100 2035 2207 11207 17820 1801 Address City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Wickliffe Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 1947 Frank B. Ohio and educated in the Cleveland public schools. Wright Residence Alexander Jarecki Residence Alfred Kronke Residence Bicknell Residence C. In 1910 he worked for the Moore Engineering Company. Smith. Stoke Date 1911 Address 10930 City Cleveland State OH Status Standing Frank B Meade Birth/Established: January 6. Vail Residence Capt F. He spent four years in Chicago working for the firm of Jenney and Mundie before returning to Cleveland in 1893 where he worked in the offices of Charles Schweinfurth and George H. Kendall Residence Carpenter Printing Charles Evans Residence Charles S.Structure H.

Nicholas Rollin C. when Garfield went into business for himself. when Garfield went into business for himself. Garfield.T.F.M.F. The firm designed numerous houses throughout Cleveland and its eastern suburbs.R. F. The twenty -six year old Abram Garfield was the youngest son of President James A. Garfield. The twenty -six year old Abram Garfield was the youngest son of President James A.Cleveland.H.C. Grover Residence Mrs.216-664-2531 137 of 210 .Miles Residence Date 1904 1898 1901 nd 2260 Address 9821 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Corsar Residence Harry Barren Residence Harry Vail Residence Hermit Club J. OH 44114 . Fisher Residence for Dr.C. Humiston William McLauchlan Residence Date 1906 1906 1907 nd 1895 1905 1896-7 1928 nd 1909 1922 1896 1910 nd 1895 1907 1908 1910 1907 1896 1896 1896 1917 1895 1895 1895 1908 1907 1895 1929 1896-7 1909 Address 2208 1516 2201 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Akron State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished 1861 1952 1629 1520 2665 2044 2648 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Norwalk Cleveland Wickliffe 11210 Cleveland Cleveland Akron Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland 1809 1908 1913 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Unionville Cleveland 1916 10660 2041 13900 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland North Royalton Meade and Garfield Birth/Established: 1898 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1905 In 1898 Frank Meade became a partner with Abram Garfield (1872-1958).Structure Edward Brown Residence Excelsior Club F.H. Rudolph Residence for William Cleminshaw Residence for William Cleminshaw Residence for William Cleminshaw Residence of F. Collver Residence H. The firm designed numerous houses throughout Cleveland and its eastern suburbs. McHannan Residence James Sheets Residence Jay Peace Residence John May Residence Louis H. Gordon Residence for Dr.M. This partnership lasted until 1905. W.601 Lakeside Ave.B. Kittredge Residence M. This partnership lasted until 1905. Seelye Residence Tudor Arms W. White Residence T. Building List Structure Andrew Frank Residence Apartment Building Automobile factory for Baker Motor Company B.A. Room 519 . Meade and Garfield Birth/Established: 1898 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1905 In 1898 Frank Meade became a partner with Abram Garfield (1872-1958).C. Cline Private school for Miss Augusta Mittleberger Ralph Fuller Residence Remodeling of Johnson Residence Remodeling of Waldheim & Co for Scheingold & Ruben Residence for Dr. Harris Residence H. Lincoln Residence for R. O.

Chushing Residence Edwin Tillotson Residence Euclid Golf Club Frank Kirk Residence German American Club Harrison J.Structure Bank for South Cleveland Banking Company Barn for Henry White Residence Building for Charles Dixon and Company 6 stories Clara Rust Residence Cleveland Public Library .Payne Company Sheldon Cary Residence T.P.Payne Company Residence for Perry .Treasure House Branch Commercial Building for George O. Robbins Residence Date 1901 1899 1904 1901 1907 1898 c1905 1898 1902-3 1901 1904 1897 nd 1904 1899 1898 1904 1898 1904 1899 1898 nd 1904 nd 1903 1904 1898 1898 1900 1899 1905 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1899 1902 1904 Address 7731 8937 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA PA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished 11327 1765 7100 .Payne Company Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry . Uhl Residence Hays W.Payne Company Residence for Perry .216-664-2531 138 of 210 .M.G. Cowles Residence Jared Smith House Judge C.Payne Company Residence for Perry .W.Payne Company Residence for Perry . Cowles Residence J.Cleveland.Payne Company Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry . King Residence Henry White Carriage House Henry White Residence Hermit Club Howard White Residence J.8 2733 4912 1867 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights 14711 2682 316 8937 8937 11105 2733 2541 2464 538 2460 2650 2019 2033 Cleveland Cleveland Heights Painesville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Erie Erie Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2122 2146 1751 1765 1742 1748 1766 1780 1762 1782 1793 1796 1810 1811 1833 1840 1869 1878 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Payne Company Residence for Perry . Room 519 . York Residence Residence Residence and barn for John May Residence for Fulton Building Company Residence for John Sherwin Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry .601 Lakeside Ave. OH 44114 .Payne Company Residence for Perry .Payne Company Residence for Perry . Stone Residence Kawkwa Country Club Otto Germer Residence Patrick Calhoun Residence Patrick Calhoun Residence R. Campbell Cowells Residence Edward F.W.H.Payne Company Residence for Perry .

216-664-2531 139 of 210 . The firm lasted from 1911 until the death of James Hamilton in 1943. Building List Structure C. OH 44114 . Rogers Residence Golf Club H.601 Lakeside Ave. Residence Drury Residence E.S. Alexander Residence Walter Rich Residence Werner Building Whitney Warner House Willford P.P.D. Gill Residence Joseph O. Baker Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1917 1929 1919 1916 1927 nd 1911 nd nd nd 1925 1917 1923 nd nd nd nd 1917-8 1911 c 1923 1914 1917 1912 nd nd 1916 1926 . Seelye Residence T. Arms Residence York Residence Date 1898 1904 1902 1904 1898 nd 1904 1905 c1898 Address 2689 2688 11205 2348 11201 109 2677 648 2648 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Akron Cleveland Heights Youngstown Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Meade and Hamilton Birth/Established: 1911 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1943 After Abram Garfield left there partnership (see Meade and Garfield) Frank Meade formed a partnership with James Hamilton. Hayes Residence M. Eels Residence Hadaway Hall Hamilton Building Henry Hallock Residence Horatio N. Disbro Residence E.T. Davis Residence Elk's Club Erie Club Euclid Club Frances Collins Residence George C.W. Eaton Residence Justin Sholes Residence K.Grossman Residence Mayfield Country Club Newton D.F.B. Burke Residence at Hillbrook Farm Edward L. Hotchkiss Residence Cleveland Club Dan Hanna Jr.Cleveland.J. Room 519 . Gill Residence Kirtland Country Club Louis H. Herriman Residence John Gross Residence John T.7 1911 1922 1913 1917 1917 1919 1919 1913 16950 1545 19200 9501 2211 2222 1801 2380 2881 16800 10912 1100 2465 2207 11130 4301 17100 524 1820 10660 2370 8615 11317 Address City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Hunting Valley Cleveland Heights Erie Erie Cleveland Erie Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Warren Cleveland Tacoma Akron Shaker Heights Cleveland Akron Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights South Euclid Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH PA PA OH PA OH OH OH OH WA OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Structure T. Rudolph Residence George M. Adams Residence Uriel Hatch Residence W.W.P.

Hotchkiss Residence for F. Owen Residence for Henry Stambaugh Residence for J. He began work as a draftsman in 1866 in Cleveland. O'Neill Residence Date 1914 1918 1927 1917 1917 1917 1918 1917 1918 1917 1917 1917 1917 1927 nd 1916 1914 nd 1924 1916 1918 1917-8 1918 1914 1922-3 1923 Address 2851 16190 16333 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Youngstown Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Bratenahl Cleveland Heights State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH IN IN OH MI OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 4101 4101 11318 70 Fort Wayne Fort Wayne Cleveland Detroit Cleveland Bratenahl 2441 2775 11020 2692 2780 1290 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Akron Henry E Meyer Birth/Established: 1837 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1881 Henry E. Broadway Mills. He formed a two-year partnership with Eugene Holmes. Kane Robert Feustel Residence Robert Feuster Residence Samuel Weil Residence Sebastian and Anna Kresge Residence Shaker Lakes Country Club Sheffield Residence Spencer Newberry Residence St. Myer's career happened before Cleveland required building permits (1888). New York. Building List Structure Broadway Avenue Opera House Broadway Mills C.601 Lakeside Ave. the Broadway Opera House. Brooks Residence Uhl Residence Willard Gclapp Residence William F.B. and Heil's Block. He designed several county courthouses throughout Ohio. OH 44114 . Odell Residence for Mrs.8 1868 1874 1869 1869 1874 1869 1878 1859 . working as a carpenter.9 933 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Canton Washington Twp. In Cleveland he designed the Ryder Photographic Gallery. Myer was born in Buffalo.216-664-2531 140 of 210 . Kinney had commissions for the Ashland and Crawford County Courthouses. Strong Residence for Charles A.C. Aultman Residence Childrens Home Farm Columbiana County Courthouse Crew's Opera House D.Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence and garage Residence and garage for C. Warren Corning Residence for W. Zollar's Residence Erie County Courthouse First National Bank for Aultman and Miller Heil Block Heil Block Addition Heil's Block for Henry Heil Licking County Courthouse Date 1874-5 1869 1869 1875 1870 1867 .H. Room 519 . so there is little evidence of his work in Cleveland. W. Martin's Episcopal Church Thomas Grasselli Residence Thomas H.Cleveland. In the 1880 census he was living at the Northern Ohio Lunatic Asylum.65 551 .C. Stark County Lisbon Alliance Canton Sandusky Canton Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Newark State OH OH Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished unknown Standing unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . In 1850 he was living in Ashland County. Hotchkiss Residence for C. Ohio with master builder Ozias Kinney.E. He died at the age of 44 in 1881.1863 1859 . Easton Residence for Mrs.

601 Lakeside Ave.216-664-2531 141 of 210 . He was born in Aurora. He designed war plants. He lived until the age of 103. OH 44114 . initially settling in Baltimore.8 Cleveland Sandusky George Evans Mitchell Birth/Established: 1889 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1992 George Evans Mitchell was an architect of many public buildings and schools. Building List Structure Adam Kraus Residence Addition to Carriage Factory for Charles Rauch Addition to commercial . Room 519 .13 Address 2276 2178 2833 . industrial and commercial buildings.3 4101 . He became a member of the firm of Warner & Mitchell.residential building for Frank Hrubecky Date 1888 1889 1891 1895 1888 1888 1890 1892 nd 1896 1889 1889 1890 1890 1888 1893 1893 1890 1890 2168 2403 2114 3009 8933 10311 . Maryland.residential building for George Geisler Alteration and addition to Otto Leisy Residence Alterations and additions to John Moxon Residence American Bronze Factory August Krauss Residence Aurora Vapor Stove Company Baehr's Brewery Bottling Works and Restaurant for Diebolt Brewing Company C.70 1872 1875 1876 Address City Cleveland Zanesville Mansfield State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing 239 Cleveland Canton Canton 240 .4 2609 . He was a graduate in civil engineer from the University of Vienna.E. Indiana and studied at Carnegie-Mellon University.residential building for Frank Heina Commercial . Blackburn until 1873.Structure Morgan and Root Muskingum County Courthouse Richland County Courthouse Ryder Gallery Stark County Courthouse Stark County Jail Stearn Building Sycamore School Date 1866 1874-7 1870-3 1872 1868 . including an aircraft plant.residential building for Bruno Schoor Commercial . worked as a apprentices in his office. and social halls.Cleveland. and died in Fort Myers. Kuhlman Residence Carriage Factory for Charles Rauch Chalres Kramer Residence Charles Roth Residence Christian Schneider Brewery Ice House Commercial . Florida. He was well known for his breweries. Hradek and Dominick Benes. Andrew Mitermiler Birth/Established: 1840 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1896 Andrew Mitermiler was born in Bohemia and immigrated to the United States in 1861. He came to Cleveland in 1871 where he worked as a foreman in the office of architect Joseph M.residential building for Andrew Bartko Commercial . Bohemian-born architects J. He is buried in Woodland Cemetery. The majority of his commissions came from these communities.W. He also painted watercolors.9 1953 5705 989 6703 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . later of Hubbell & Benes.5 7902 . Mitermiler had strong ties to the large local German and the fast growing Bohemian and Hungarian communities.

Cleveland.44 3819 .residential building for John Hallaner Commercial .3 2159 .5 3324 6700 1378 2100 3123 4921 . Mulhauser & Company Frank Staral Residence Gehring's Brewery Herman Junge Residence Isaac Leisy Brewery Isaac Leisy Residence John Boehm Residence John Zipp Residence Kundtz Factory Lang's Block Lohmann's Block Loomis Residence Louise Leisenheimer Residence Maurer's Block Medlin Pilsner Brewing Company Boiler House Mrs.35 5200 5723 6637 7123 .Structure Commercial .35 8335 5511 4307 . Rose Tool Residence Oppman Terrace Otto Leisy Residence Rectory for Immacuate Heart Church Residence for August Schulze Residence for Bernard Spitzig Residence for Dr.11 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 2918 1432 .61 1435 1419 2323 2325 2776 1578 3333 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Frederick Fliedner Residence for Felix Guenther Residence for Henry Slatmyer Residence for Herman Junge Residence for Herman Junge Residence for Isaac Levi Residence for Isaac Levi Residence for Jacob Krauter Residence for John Rink Residence for Louis Asher Date 1895 1891 1893 1889 1895 1888 1888 1888 1894 1888 1888 1890 1891 1888 1888 1888 1889 1889 1878 1884 1884 1892 1896 1890 nd nd 1885 Nd 1896 1884 1894 1888 1895 nd 1895 1888 1891 1892 1893 1888 1895 1895 1890 1890 1896 1888 1888 Address 2429 .residential building for Philip Miller Commercial .601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 .5 2709 .residential building for Schlather Brewing Company Commercial Building for Frank Jezek Commercial Building for Joseph Heidinger Commercial Building for Michael Frindt Commercial building for Paulus Keck Commercial Building for Reinhard Bammerlin Commercial Building for Vaclav Zoul Conservatory for Leonard Schlather Residence Czech Sokol Hall Dance Hall and shed for Hungaria Hall Company Dwelling for Henry Votteler Dwelling for John Petrick Dwelling for John Triska Factory for F.216-664-2531 142 of 210 .11 4461 6236 1900 4314 4306 5001 2636 4509 3143 2327 8119 3328 3300 11611 2399 2525 .residential building for Joseph Kubu Commercial .31 5438 . OH 44114 .

H.7 4819 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3418 . In that position he designed post offices and federal buildings throughout the country. He came to Cleveland in 1902 as an associate of Lehman & Schmitt where he won the competition for the Court House design. In 1904 he returned to New York where he went into private practice. OH 44114 . the son of a prominent builder. He was elected a fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1925. In 1914 he went to Washington. Building List Structure Astor Theatre Bellefaire Administration Building Date Nd Ca. He executed many important buildings throughout Illinois. He was the first employee in the office of Carrere and Hastings in New York at the age of eighteen.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Charles Morris Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1930 Charles Morris was born in Brooklyn. New York. He was an early supporter of the Cleveland School of Architecture. He also designed the Cleveland Public Library . He died of influenza at the age of sixty.C.O. to become the chief designer for the Treasury Department. Moratz was a native of Illinois.26 1610 4003 . He returned to Cleveland in 1919 and in 1923 he formed the firm of Morris & Weinberg.Cleveland. 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 1963 Arthur F. Elizabeth's Roman Catholic Church (Original) Terrace for T.216-664-2531 143 of 210 . He later went to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. who studied architecture at the University of Illinois. He was associated with his brother P.Structure Residence for Mary Decumbe Residence for Philip Miller Schifflein Christi Church Schlather's Brewery Schott Building Signmund Lederer Residence Sol Hexter Residence St. D. Brainard Theo Jirele Residence Theodor Kundtz Sewing Machine Cabinet Works Tinnerman's Block Turn Hall for Turn Verein Vorwaertz Turn Hall on West Side Weideman's Residence Zion United Church of Christ Zverina Tavern Date 1890 1891 1876 nd 1890 1889 1890 1894 1888 1891 1889 nd 1893 nd nd 1884-5 1889 Address 3402 1377 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 3701 2512 2366 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 4201 .Broadway Branch. Room 519 . Moratz.5 3812 2716 5450 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lewis Moffett Birth/Established: unknown Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Building List Structure Josephus Craft Residence Date 1888 Address 2066 City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished Arthur F Moratz Birth/Established: August 4. 1928 -9 22001 Address City Cleveland University Heights State OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission .

He was a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.S. He would later work for the firm F. the Masonic lodge. (see Briggs and Nelson) 144 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Building List Structure C. 1884 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 1982 Ray Moulthrop was a New York-born architect. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Ray Moulthrop Birth/Established: February 26. He built factory buildings in Cleveland. Morse Company. Matson Residence Residence Residence Residence for Fred Hahn Date 1941 1929 1937 1921 18524 775 Address 1315 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Harry Sylvester Nelson Birth/Established: 1852 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 11.601 Lakeside Ave. and the Cleveland Athletic Club. OH 44114 . 1928 . Room 519 . Barnum. He was one of the principles of Briggs and Nelson when it was formed in 1905. later moving to 1894 East 82nd Street. He graduated from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Science in 1903.216-664-2531 .Cleveland. In Cleveland he was the President of the H. 1928 -9 19231929 Nd 1924 Nd nd Nd 1929 1924 Nd Address 22001 22001 8501 2760 2921 City University Heights University Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown 3608 Cleveland Cleveland Morris and Weinberg Birth/Established: 1923 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1930 The architectural firm was formed by Charles Morris and Joseph L. Weinberg and was established in 1923.E. Warren.9 Ca. He lived at 2607 Church Street. During World War I he built munitions plants. Erving and Springfield. Massachusetts.Structure Bellefaire Alumni Hall Bellefaire Chapel Commercial Building Commercial Building Euclid Avenue Temple Hayden Investment Building Jewish Orphans Home Shaker Heights Municipal Ferry House Plaza Theatre Raybestos Building Temple Courts Building University Theatre Date Ca.W. Pittsburgh. in 1904. a home construction business. Massachusetts. He then graduated from the Thayer School of Civil Engineering with a C. 1881 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1973 Harold Morse was an architect . Chicago. In 1925 he was part of the Paramount Home Building System.engineer who was born in Auburndale. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Harold Morse Birth/Established: May 29. McKeever. He lived in Cleveland Heights. 1928 Harry Sylvester Nelson began work as a draftsman in the firm of Coburn & Barnum. His office was in the Finance Building and he lived at 14000 Baldwin and 1871 Page in East Cleveland. NY.R.

He would form a partnership with Jess Rodrick later in his career. Church Pioneer High School Rocky River High School School School . Hurst Residence G.A.10 rooms Second Presbyterian Church (now Church of the Covenant) Shaw Central Heating Plant Shaw Technical High School Shore High School addition Shore High School addition Shore High School addition South Euclid School Third Christian Church Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity Methodist Church Date 1918-19 1918 1919 nd 1917 1917 1918 1915 1929 Nd nd 1918 1920 1922 nd 1922 nd 1920 303 122 214 291 291 291 267 Address 5246 City Cleveland Solon Kunkle Cleveland Pioneer Cleveland Newburg Olmsted Falls Washington East Cleveland East Cleveland Euclid Euclid Euclid Cleveland Norfolk New Philadelphia Sandusky State OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH Pennsylvania OH OH OH OH OH OH VA OH Ohio Status Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Maxwell Norcross Birth/Established: 1897 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1973 Maxwell Norcross was born in Lennoxville.601 Lakeside Ave. He continued a practice that was strong in church architecture after Badgley's death.W. Whitney Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1929 1929 1929 1929 1941 1929 1931 1929 1929 1929 nd nd nd 2731 19001 18801 22040 2679 1295 Address City Shaker Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Kirtland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He was an architect in Cleveland from 1923 to 1970 and a member of the Shaker Heights architectural board. designing many churches and schools in Greater Cleveland and beyond. Quebec. Building List Structure Carl R. and served in the Royal Canadian Navy during World War I. attended Bishops College in Sherbrooke. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. Nicklas was born in New Philadelphia.D. In the 1894 Architect's Directory he was listed as an architect with an office in New Philadelphia. Wallace Residence Myron Watkins Residence R. later becoming a partner in the firm. He was an architect for the Van Swearingen Company and was a consultant for Moreland Hills and Pepper Pike.Cleveland. W. Building List Structure Broadway Methodist Church Elementary School Kunkle High School Lakewood M. and the Chamber of Commerce. He was a charter member of Acacia Country Club.E. He moved to Cleveland in 1897 and worked in Sidney Badgley's office as a draftsman. He was a principal at New Philadelphia High School. OH 44114 . the City Club.William H Nicklas Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1960 William H. Seaton Wasser Residence Remodeling Gorden Fristor Residence Hoyt Adams Residence Linday H. a member of the Downtown Kiwanis Club.216-664-2531 145 of 210 . Sommer Dr. Room 519 . Ohio and graduated from Ohio Northern University. Lee Residence Commercial Building for L. Quebec.

the company was looking for a broader market for its services. by Frank C. the company had designed more than 75 sports facilities. Quarm Robert S. Osborn. As early as 1959. and Chicago's Comiskey Park. racetracks. including New York's Yankee Stadium. 1892. As engineering became more competitive in the 1970s. plans. and highways. Room 519 . and municipalities. Osborn expanded its range of services by forming partnerships. formerly the chief engineer for Cleveland's King Bridge Co.Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for George Noracher Residence for George Quarm Residence for George Quarm Residence for George W. major universities. During its first 4 decades.601 Lakeside Ave. Osborn Engineering had completed a design for domed stadiums.. Osborn has continued to design stadiums. Saudi Arabia. The company remains based in Cleveland with offices in the Penton Media Building. were members of the firm of Ockert & Teare.Civil Engineers to survive the severe economic depression of the 1890s. Such diversity enabled the Osborn Co. It turned its attention toward domestic firms that were expanding their operations into international markets. 1966 Ockert appears is listed as an architect beginning in the 1927 Cleveland City Directory. In 1971 it created Osborn Engineers Architects & Planners. Consulting Engineers. estimates. 1892 Biography: Death/Disolved: July 7. Building List Structure American Seeding Machine Compay Ashland Tire and Rubber Bay View Foundry Braves Field Century Rubber Works Cleveland Municipal Stadium (demolished) Date 1908 1915 1907 1915 1915 1928 Address City Richmond Ashland Sandusky Boston Chicago Cleveland State IN Ohio OH MA Illinois OH Status Unknown unknown unknown Standing unknown Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Osborn built its reputation as the "stadium designers for the Nation". OH 44114 . This expansion enabled Osborn to recover from a postwar decline. buildings bridges. Architects-Engineers and Osborn Co. railways.Cleveland. The company designed factories for locations in South Africa. Osborn's new company offered a wide range of services. Boston's Fenway Park. high schools. It was incorporated on May 16. including the designs. Teare. working on projects for professional sports teams. was founded on July 1. in 1963 it began hiring additional employees. particularly as domestic industrial construction and plant expansion decreased. In 1958. 1900. Business remained strong throughout the 1960s. From 1932 until 1938 he along with George W. France. and in 1974 both Osborn Co. Building List Structure Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1923 1923 1925 1925 Address 3040 2947 3000 2961 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights State OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Osborn Engineering Company Birth/Established: 1892 Biography: Death/Disolved: Present Osborn Engineering Company. fairgrounds.216-664-2531 146 of 210 . and construction supervision for roofs. By the time of its selection as the project engineer for Cleveland Municipal Stadium in 1928. Cleveland's oldest engineering firm. Wilson Residence Shaker Lakes Nature Center Society for the Blind Date nd 1926 1923 1936 1929 1929 1927 1927 1929 nd nd Address 16600 19111 2963 2731 City Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Unknown Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 15101 Cleveland Cleveland Akron 2600 Shaker Heights Geauga County Paul Ockert Birth/Established: September 3. as the Osborn Engineering Company. and South America.

He completed a handwritten index of the Ohio Architect and Builder that is used in the Cleveland Public Library . Otis was born in Spafford. James Church Date 1895 1900 nd 1893 1893-4 1891 509 1812 5605 Address 8000 1925 City Cleveland Cleveland Mentor Elyria Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Oviatt was born in North Dover.Cleveland. was based in Buffalo and later moved to Cuba. Oviatt Residence Assembly Hall for St. 1883 Calvin N.601 Lakeside Ave. 1814 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 22. with a few church buildings. He then went to the Laurel Institute in Lakewood. He studied architecture in several offices in Cleveland. OH 44114 .house at Edgewater Park Addition to Howard Lee Residence Andrews Place Arthur Garford Residence Arthur N. Room 519 . He is listed in Cleveland as an architect with his own practice beginning with the 1891-2 City Directory. He was known mostly for church designs in Cleveland he designed Grace Church (demolished) at 1250 Bolivar Road. Ohio. He worked as a draftsman for the firm of Hardway & Williams from 1889-1891.216-664-2531 147 of 210 .Structure Comiskey Park Fenway Park Forbes Field Fruitless Rubber Company Griffith Stadium Kansas City Municipal Stadium League Park Lincoln Stone Works Memorial Stadium National Tool Company Offices Notre Dame Stadium Pennsylvania Portland Cement Polo Grounds Ross Ade Stadium Tiger Stadium University of Michigan Stadium Washington Carbon Company White Company Wooster Brush Works Manufacturing Plant and Powerplant Yankee Stadium Date 1910 1912 1909 1915 1911 1923 1909 1907 1924 1918 1929 1904 1911 1924 1913 1927 1904 1907 1909 1923 Address City Chicago Boston Pittsburgh Ashland Washington Kansas City State IL MA PA Ohio DC MO OH OH MN OH IN PA NY IN MI MI OH Ohio NY Status Demolished Standing Demolished unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished 6601 Cleveland Lorain Minneapolis Cleveland South Bend New Castle New York West Lafayette Detroit Ann Arbor Clarksburg. His practice revolved around residential construction. New York. graduating from Lakewood High School. John's Episcopal Church Date 1849 1874 Address 170 City Detroit Savannah State MI GA Status Standing Standing Arthur N Oviatt Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1960 Arthur N. He was educated in North Dover and Lakewood schools. Building List Structure Mariner's Church St. He served in the Civil War and was promoted to the rank of Brevet Brigadier General.Fine Arts Department. WV Cleveland Wooster New York Calvin Nicholas Otis Birth/Established: June 23. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. Building List Structure Addition to bath .

Moore Residence Emma Thompson Residence F.A.P.W.J. Chandler 1866 East 97th Street (demolished) Residence for John Smyth Residence for John Smyth Residence for Knight & Richardson Residence for Real Estate & Building Company Date 1896-7 1894 1896 nd nd 1890 . McKay Residence H. Clay Residence Protestant Episcopal Church of the Incarnation Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for B.W.W.V. Granger Residence for Fulton Building Company Residence for Fulton Building Company Residence for George Collings Residence for Harrison T.216-664-2531 148 of 210 . Lee Residence Addition Henry Boesger Residence Henry Boesger Residence Henry Chandler Residence Henry Everett Residence Henry Harlow Residence Howard Gates Residence Howard Lee Residence J.E.B.1 nd 1903 1894 1892 1906 1895 1904 1893 1892 1900 1892 1900 1898 nd 1897 1894 1892 1902 1893 1896 1896 nd 1901 1908-9 1904 1909 nd Nd nd 1896 1907 1905 1894 1900 1899 1899 1898 1895 1894 1894 1898 1897 Address 2039 8000 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mentor Mentor State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished 2648 . Brown Residence for E. Browne Residence for E. Harkness Streator Avenue Residence for C.J.Cleveland. Collins Newel Place O.50 1883 11129 1886 Cleveland Mentor Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 11601 1925 1925 13334 13338 10007 1898 4248 1925 17683 2237 Pearl Road Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mentor Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mentor 12401 616 2025 11418 3319 3603 3101 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights 11224 1786 8706 2034 1851 1866 1428 1428 11318 11434 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Landmarks Commission .house at Edgewater Patk Century Club Drawing Room Dellhurst Devereaux Place Double Residence for Henry Cannon E. Roberts Residence J.J Purcell Residence Methodist Episcopal Church Music Hall and dance academy for G.B. Room 519 . Moore Residence Edward Rogers Stables Edward W. D.Jenkins Residence for Frank H. Glidden Residence Five frame dwgs on Euclid for Real Estate and Building co George P. OH 44114 .601 Lakeside Ave. Hoskins Residence Bath . Lee Residence H. Burns Residence H.Structure B.

Owen was born in East Liverpool. C. Morley Date 1912 1912 Address 10819 10808 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . OH 44114 .601 Lakeside Ave.H. Blackburn Residence Howard Courts Mason Tire and Rubber Company Owen Tire Company Pearce Tire and Rubber Company Residence Residence for G. Building List Structure ALA Tire Company Boone Tire Company Addition Commercial . Ohio W. Returning to Rochester. James Church Hall St.Cleveland. Kent in New York City.B. Ohio at the time of his death. New York. Corbusier. He then went on to Buffalo where he worked with the firms Lansing & Beisel and Green & Wicks.H. Page was born and educated in Rochester. Lucas Evangelical Lutheran Church Store.216-664-2531 149 of 210 . Todd Samuel Grossman Residence St.H. Ohio. Babcock Date 1917 1917 1918 1917 1917 1917 1917 1929 1917 1918 1917 1929 1917 18111 14921 Address City Cleveland Sycamore Akron East Palestine East Palestine Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kent Bedford Ashtabula Cleveland Cleveland State OH IL OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished George M Page Birth/Established: 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1949 George M. Clements Residence Date 1897 1895 1895 1891 1900 1891 1895 1895 1891 1898 1895 Address 11444 11448 1831 1933 25900 5607 2124 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lorain State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 1831 1899 1831 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland William C Owen Birth/Established: 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 19. Room 519 . He became president of Owen Tire and Rubber. W. he took charge of the architectural work for the city's water department. In 1896 he went to work for C. He attended the Mechanics Institute.Structure Residence for Real Estate & Building Company Residence for Real Estate & Building Company Residence for W. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. machinery. and mechanical drawing. Building List Structure Residence Residence for J. Smith East Palestine Rubber Company First Christian Church George Blackburn Residence George R. office and apartments for Baker and Foster .D. where he studied architecture. The engineering company designed several factories for rubber companies in the late teens. 1958 William C. He then went on to work in the firm of W.Lorain.W. Knowles Residence William Janders Residence William L. Knowles Residence for Will P. Blackall in Boston and in 1902 he opened an office in Cleveland under the name of Blackall & Page. He entered the office of Otto Brock in Rochester where he remained for two years. From 1908 to 1913 he was in partnership with J. He resided at 2177 Chatfield Road in Cleveland Heights in the 1930 US Census and in Portage County. He lived at 18104 Landseer Road in Collinwood.E. He was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church.Residential Building for A.

He was one of the founders of Lakewood Presbyterian Church and was a member of the West Side Chamber of Industry. He was educated in the public schools of Rochester and Cleveland. Room 519 .216-664-2531 150 of 210 . the oldest house in that community. 1961 Charles S. Parsson started as a draftsman. apartments. moving to Cleveland with his parents in 1873.9 6215 . That partnership lasted one year.J. Giessan Commercial Building for Isaac Kusse Commercial storeroom for C.T. He worked for his father. He lived to the age of ninetyseven. and commercial buildings. contractor Alexander Pennington for fifteen years. Borton Residence Date 1905 1910 Address 5501 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing Raymond D Parsson Birth/Established: 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1942 Raymond D. OH 44114 .Cleveland. His office was at Detroit and St.E.W. churches.residential building for Sarah & Maybelle Pollock Commercial Building for Daniel E.7 12000 . He designed many houses. Lang Detroit Savings Bank Frederick Harrington Residence Maureen Apartments Mohler Building Residence for Ephraim Aadmire Residence for F. who had recently returned to Cleveland from Seattle. He was an early zoning board member in Lakewood. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Charles S Pennington Birth/Established: 1863 Biography: Death/Disolved: January 9. New York. Kelley Terrace Terrace for William Bahlhorn The Cyrano William Gordon House Date 1911 1914 1917 1916 1907 1913-4 1898 1915 1912 1911 1907 1907 1903 1907 1899 1909 7219 6904 1425 . Pennington was born in Rochester. Building List Structure Commercial .601 Lakeside Ave. Gleichmann. He was buried in Lakewood Park Cemetery. He retired in 1934.Residential Building Commercial . He lived at 16806 Delaware in Lakewood. His office was at 1900 Euclid and he was a long time resident of 17815 Clifton Boulevard in Lakewood. after which he went into business for himself. From 1905 until 1932 he was a principle in the architectural firm of Bohnard and Parsson. Schwentner Salon and apartment for J. His final years were spent at the Mount Royal Nursing Home in North Royalton.Structure Second German Baptist Church T.7 Address 873 5716 8401 . In 1892 he went into business with Morris M.33 6501 .21 1915 7009 9825 .2 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Nicola Petti Birth/Established: 1880 Death/Disolved: 1929 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . he would later be listed as an architect in the office of Watterson & Schneider. Charles in Lakewood.

Residential Building addition Double dwelling for J.20 2476 1402 14233 14012 . Barnes Euclid .3 2177 5801 . airdomes.34 114206 .3 2118 . and terminals.Cleveland. Room 519 .14 Address 225 2117 .14101 819 11621 11508 . Sabbetto Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for A. Dionaro Apartments for Samuel Gurss Cedar-Lee Theatre Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Residential Building Commercial Residential Building for Greenwald and Stecker Commercial Residential Building for Greenwald and Stecker Commercial residential building for MB Scharfed Commerical .601 Lakeside Ave. He was part of the New England tradition of carpentry that moved on to the Western Reserve. Cleveland Landmarks Commission .9 2042 2121 . Kinsman. He was also the architect of several theatres including the Variety. where he was the superintendent of construction for Western Reserve College. In 1818. Moreland.Biography: Nicola Petti was an Italian-born architect who came to this country as a child. and Mansfield. Farano Residence for Dominic Minadeo State Theater Store and apartment building Store and garage Sun Theatre Theater Union Square Building Uptown Theatre Variety Theater Date 1917 1910 1912 1913 1925 1924 1914 1911 1925 1925 1917 1926 1908 nd 1913 1926 1924 1927 1909 1917 1917 1906 1912 1912 1915 1912 1911 1927 1908 1917 1915 1927 1926 1927 1927 10545 11815 8808 2074 2163 2085 2179 2181 .9 1356 10721 11516 . He later worked in a carpenter shop and then in an architects office. OH 44114 . He passed away at the age of forty-nine from pneumonia brought on by diabetes. After fifteen years as a clerk and errand boy he opened his own office. he settled in Talmadge. Building List Structure Apartment building Apartment Building for Nicola Petti Apartments for M. Imperial. buildings. Connecticut. Toledo.216-664-2531 151 of 210 .A.14 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Toledo Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mansfield Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Lemuel Porter Birth/Established: 1780 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1829 Lemuel Porter was born in Waterbury. later moving on to Hudson. He designed a number of buildings in Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood. and Cedar Lee Theatres in greater Cleveland and theatres in Canton. He played string and woodwind instruments. His education was characterized by a love of drawing pictures of houses. churches.100th Building Gurss Apartments Imperial Theatre Kinsman Theatre LaSalle Theatre Monmouth Apartments Movie Theatre Movie Theatre N.

He was featured in an April 1912 issue of the Ohio Architect and Builder as the junior member of the Akron architectural firm of Haglock & Potter.5 91 3133 47 2063 1051 1518 . Upon his fathers death in 1829 he was named to succeed him as superintendent and he continued to design structures for Western Reserve College. Harrington Residence Brecksville Congregational Church Brownell School Central High School Chapel Christ Church Episcopal Cleveland Orphan Asylum Commercial Building for D. 1958 J.Residential Building for P. Hyacinth Church St. OH 44114 . At sixteen he was the youngest county engineer in Ashtabula County. Union College . John Cantius Roman Catholic Church St. Marine Hospital Date 1866 1844 1864 1855 1835 -6 1846 1859 1863 1860 1855 1865 1866 1851 1866 1862 -4 1853 -6 1866 1830 1851 -2 1852 .Building List Structure South College Date 1829-30 Address City Hudson State OH Status Demolished Simeon Porter Birth/Established: 1807 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1871 Simeon Porter was the son of Lemuel Porter. That partnership lasted until 1859. Indiana. George's Lithuanian School St.S.36 2222 Address City Cleveland Brecksville Cleveland Cleveland Hudson Hudson Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Hudson Cleveland Cleveland Alliance Alliance Cleveland Cleveland Hudson Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished J Ellsworth Potter Birth/Established: 1888 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 17. Benedict Roman Catholic St. Ellsworth Potter was born in Ashtabula.Cleveland.51 1950 1920 1920 1950 1925 1957 Address 14921 4320 2940 1380 6527 6106 906 15519 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Room 519 .Chapman Hall Old Stone Church Orlando M. Los Angeles.216-664-2531 152 of 210 .B. George's Lithuanian Church St. Barnes Residence Presidents House Second Presbyterian Church U. Mary of the Assumption Church Date 1926 1949 .601 Lakeside Ave. When Porter again went into business for himself. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. Building List Structure Commercial . Building List Structure B. Saxton Cottage Chapel Eagle Street School First Congregational Church Horace Kelly Residence Lemuel Wick Residence Miller Hall Mt. He moved on to Cleveland in 1850 where he went into business with Charles Heard. and Gary.J. He was a church and school architect with offices in Cleveland. McDermott Sacred Heart of Jesus Chruch St.

Structure Date Address City State Status William Robert Powell Birth/Established: 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1967 William Robert Powell was born and attended school in Radnor.216-664-2531 153 of 210 . Building List Structure Cleveland Heights City Hall Cleveland Public Library Fire Station Fire Station Ideal Company Department Store Lorain Medical Building Price Wolf Clothiers Company Residence Six Residences Date 1923 1916 1929 1930 1918-21 1925 1914 1927 1918 3216 2595 59 11420 2125 2904 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Massillon Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights East Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Jacob Elmer Reeb Birth/Established: August 7. Good. Ohio. 1981 J. 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 16. He was buried in Radnor. H. Pennsylvania. Smith. Elmer Reeb was born in Zenilope. James Reese Birth/Established: June 26. In 1917 he was employed as an architectural draftsman by A. In 1917 he worked as a draftsman for the Austin Company. He was listed as an architect from 1928 until his deat in 1944. He retired in 1964 and died in 1967 at the age of eighty-nine in Delaware. Building List Structure Apartments Ashwood Apartments Chester Burke Residence Harris Burrows Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Date 1936 1928 1929 1930 1923 1927 1927 1927 1928 2885 2989 3120 2886 2917 20001 Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights OH OH OH OH OH OH Address 2661 2828 City Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Edward Anson Richardson Birth/Established: 1874 Death/Disolved: 1919 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Ohio. 1944 He was born in Brooklyn. According to City Directories. OH 44114 . New York. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity and the Hiram Lodge of the Masons at Delaware. and received a degree in Fine Arts from the Sorbonne in Paris in 1907. he settled in Cleveland in 1909. He lived in Lakewood and later in Rocky River. and earned a law degree at Western Reserve University in 1929.601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 .Cleveland. He was a member of the firm of Small. Reeb. 1888 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 5. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. graduated from Columbia University in 1905. He attended Oberlin College and Case School of Applied Science.

That partnership lasted until 1890 when Cudell left the firm. His son. the Spencerian Business College. the Al Koran Temple. Scotland and immigrated to the United States. Building List Structure Masonic Temple Winton Motor Carriage Winton Motor Factory Date 1903 1904 1903 10406 Address City Canton Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished John N Richardson Birth/Established: 1837 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1902 John N. He was a commissioned officer in the Corps of Engineers from 1900 . Richardson continued to practice by himself. the W. He entered the office of J. He was general superintendent of sewer construction from 1900-1.216-664-2531 154 of 210 . Building List Structure Addition to Commercial Buidling for Webb . He was then engaged in general practice of architecture and engineering. including Richardson and Thomas in 1903. He was a well-known yachtsman. He lived south of downtown on West 14th Street in Tremont. S. and the Cleveland Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. and William Jansen worked in his office in the later years of his career. and Case School of Applied Science. Griffiths Broadway Mills Company Car Barn and Machine Shop for the Woodland & West Side Railway Company Chafer and Becker Building Charles Gentsch Residence City Cable Power House Cleveland City Railway Car Shed Cleveland Twist Drill Cleveland World Building Cleveland Yacht Club Clubhouse Com/ res building for Dr Herrick Date 1891 1899 1892 nd 1898 1896 1896 1891 1898 1901 1898 1898 1901 1894 1892 300 9822 954 Address 238 .family Alteration to Roseman Apartments Alterations to Graves Building Apartment building for W. and Richardson and Yost 1913-8.Biography: was the son of architect John N.242 2507 1447 .53 12908 1103 3801 3805 1618 . OH 44114 . He was a member of the Ellsworth Blue Lodge Masons. He designed several important industrial structures throughout the city. Blackburn in 1868 and into partnership with Frank Cudell in 1871.601 Lakeside Ave. He was educated in Cleveland schools. Room 519 . Cleminshaw Apartment House Apartment House Brick foundry for E.24 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 1896 1891 1890 1900 1898 1895 1895 1894 431-7 2826 4907 4808 1302 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He died in 1902 of pneumonia after a short illness. Tyler Wire Works.Cleveland. Richardson of the firm of Cudell and Richardson. Richardson and Watts 1905-6.S. M. and the Broadway Mills Company Warehouse.5. He formed several different partnerships. including the Woodland Avenue Street Railroad Powerhouse (now the Powerhouse at Nautica). settling in Cleveland.Ball Addition to Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged Poor Addition to Scottish Rite Temple Alexander Winton Residence Alteration and addition to clubhouse for William Cleminshaw Alteration of barn to residence Alteration of single family house to multi . He worked with his father from 1897-9. Richardson was born in Perth. Edward Richardson.

Tyler Company W. Joseph's Catholic Church steeple The Clark .1900 1894 1890 1893 1903 1892 3039 2520 4107 .95 1383 2266 2000 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH OH OH OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Richardson and Thomas Birth/Established: 1903 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1903 This architectural firm was formed by architects Edward Richardson and Lewis Thomas and was in existence in 1903.601 Lakeside Ave. Tyler Co Carriage Repository W. Savage Residence for Benjamin Woods Residence for Mary Gilbert and Julia Davis Residence for Willis J. F.Commercial . Tyler Wire Works William North Residence Winton Motor Carriage Company Woodland Avenue and West Side Railway Powerhouse Date 1896 Address 2606 . Convent for St. Richardson and Watts Birth/Established: 1905 Death/Disolved: 1906 155 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Peter Church Seymour Block alterations and repairs Sherwin Williams Company St. Carter Residence Addition Ernest Mueller Residence four sty brick factory Gymnasium addition to Cleveland Athletic Club Jefferson Block for Ann Walworth K.S.14 City Cleveland State OH Status Demolished 1896 1897 1892 1897 1895 1892 1891 1902 1893 1896 1891 1899 1899 1901 1891 1891 1898 1895 1898 1891 1896 1896 1899 1899 1894 1902 1900 1901 1901 1898 1894 1897 1899 .residential building for Dr.Cleveland.B.9 1456 1417-1503 2318 .216-664-2531 .D. Hall.30 1390-1400 220 . Tyler Company addition W. Holden Samuel Sessions Residence School.H. Box Company and Label Lithograph Building addition 4 stories brick and stone Manufacturing Building for Chafer & Becker Office for Schneider & Trenkamp Ohio Baking Company Ohio Baking Company addition Oscar Balzer Residence Passenger Depot for the Cleveland City Cable Railway Company Printing House for J. Clark The Helberta Theodor Kundtz Residence Townsend Residence Turner Worsted Company W. Tyler Company W.S. Holden Residence W.Structure Commercial . Room 519 .S.S.S.J. OH 44114 .6 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland 1506 768 1706 1125 1395 1002 5008 1804 2281 1544 2513 100 1223 9706 13826 1817 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1393 1403 1387 .residential building for the Detroit Street Improvement Company Commercial Building for Fred Bieber Detroit Block Eben J.

Rita's Church St. Building List Structure Laundry Mechanics Laundry Office Building and Theatre Residence for Clarence Huber Residence for D. There offices were in the Rockefeller Building. Watts and was in existence in 1905 and 1906. After the death of George S. Vincent Charity Hospital W. Murphy Date 1917 1917 1914 1917 1917 15511 Address 3940 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown George Smith Rider Birth/Established: 1862 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1917 The Rhode Island born George S. Rider was buried in Providence. Room 519 . 1918.S.S. Alexis Hospital Addition St. Building List Structure Cleveland Twist Drill Date 1905 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Status Demolished Richardson and Yost Birth/Established: 1913 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1918 This architectural firm included Edward Richardson and Arthur Yost and was in existence from 1913 to 1918.Building # 38 W.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Cleveland Tractor Company Cleveland Twist Drill Cleveland Worsted Mill Factory and Dye House Cleveland Worsted Mills Cleveland Worsted Mills Factory Factory addition Factory Addition for the National Acme Manufacturing Company Factory for Cleveland Tractor Factory galvanizing shop Foote Burt Company Glenville Hospital Investment Plaza at Erieview National Acme Company Ohio Bell Salvation Army Home St.S. 197 Superior. Tyler Company Addition Date nd nd 1917 1906 nd 1917 1917 1918 1917 1917 1921 1929 nd 1917 nd 1929 1925 1929 nd 1915 1916. OH 44114 .Building #38 additions W.Cleveland.J.91 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH Ohio 212 Cleveland Rocky River Cleveland Cleveland Parkway and Baldwin Solon Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 3000 701 7512 East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH Ohio Ohio Ohio 3590 Jamestown Ravenna Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland NY Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Address City State Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Biography: This architectural firm included Edward Richardson and William S. 1920 1907 1375 1379 . Tyler Company . Rider was an engineer. The company was responsible for many industrial structures throughout Cleveland and the region had its offices in the Century Building. Rider in 1917 Herman Neff served as President of the company. Tyler Company .216-664-2531 156 of 210 . Offices would later move to the Marshall Building. Rhode Island.

a forerunner of Westlake. He resided at 2889 Weymouth Road in Shaker Heights and his office was in the Keith Building downtown. Building List Structure Apartment building Apartment Building Apartment building for I. He moved to Cleveland in 1920 establishing the firm of Small and Rowley. Building List Structure Cleveland Public Library – Main Library Annex Cleveland Public Library – Woodland Branch Clifton Club E. graduating in 1912. He retired to Harwich Port.601 Lakeside Ave. In 1920 he was living in at 242 Florida Avenue in Youngstown. Reed. Massachusetts in 1976 and died in Hyannis. Pennsylvania. Leskosky. 1965 George E. He won the Cleveland Arts Prize in 1975 and was inducted into the Cleveland Engineering Society Hall of Fame. and the Cleveland Music School Settlement. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was the Vice President of the Shaker Heights School Board. a member of the Cuyahoga County Planning Commission. D. He died at Elyria Memorial Hospital. serving as national secretary from 1943 to 1947. That firm was dissolved in 1928 when the firm of Charles Bacon Rowley and Associates was created. 1984 Charles Bacon Rowley was born in Springfield.Structure Date Address City State Status Alexander Robinson Birth/Established: 1892 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1983 Alexander Robinson was born in Sewickley.C. He was also president of the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects from 1935 to 1937. Arnoff Date 1917 1917 1911 1917 Address 799 2494 6917 2741-9 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Payer. Harris. Charles Bacon Rowley Birth/Established: April 2. Michigan. Payer. Huffman & Leithold (1962-9) and then with Rowley. OH 44114 . 1883 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 22. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. From 1964 to 1975 he was a member of the Joint Committee on Landmarks in Washington. He received a bachelors degree from Princeton University and a bachelors degree in architecture from Columbia University in 1917. He would return to Cleveland by 1928. He practiced in Pittsburgh from 1919 until 1920 when he came to Cleveland to work in the office of Abram Garfield. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. He was appointed to the National Capitol Planning Commission by President Dwight Eisenhower.S. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 17.216-664-2531 157 of 210 . Rudolph was active as a Cleveland architect from 1906 to 1938. first with the firm Rowley. Massachusetts in 1984. He was a fellow in the American Institute of Architects. Margolin Apartment building for J.M. From 1957 until 1972 he worked with Ernest Payer. a trustee of the Cleveland Institute of Art. In 1926 he became a partner in the firm of Garfield. the Musical Arts Association. Patterson Residence Ferro Enamel House Lewis Hall Mayfield Country Club Newell Bolton Residence Norton Hall Watson Hall Wheeling Steel House 1953 1956 1933 6 Date 1959 1971 1950 1930 1932 1953 1949 1545 2077 5806 17884 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Shaker Heights South Euclid Kenyon South Euclid Mentor Kenyon Kenyon Wheeling State Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio WV Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing George E Rudolph Birth/Established: November 28. Huffman & Caldwell (1969-1972). Room 519 .Cleveland. and from 1962 to 1971 was a member of Cleveland's Fine Arts Advisory Committee. Robinson and Schaefer. Ohio and went to high school in Jackson.

Building List Structure Charles W.9 2607 .residential building for Joseph Goldstein Commercial Building for A. Weinberger Apartment building for S.Structure Apartment building for M.601 Lakeside Ave. Goldman Commercial Building for Jacob Epstein Commercial building for Joseph Goldstein Commercial-residential Building Double Dwelling Double Dwelling Double Dwelling Double Dwelling Double Dwelling Four family residence Two apartment buildings for Clair Doan Building Company Date 1917 1911 1911 1911 1911 1911 1917 1917 1912 1917 1911 1913 1925 1908 1911 1911 1911 1911 1911 1911 1911 1911 1917 Address 2431 11003 10824 6211-3 6207-9 500 9322 13602 1562 8202 6804 . Goldman Commercial Building for A.5 E side of Cuyahoga foot o 4904 . OH 44114 .9 5363-5 1958 5517 .8 Address 2254 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Norman Residence Cleveland Rubber Company Office Building Collamer High School Comercial Building for Conrad Kempf Commercial . He left Cleveland in 1891. Cullman Apartment building for M. He was employed in the office of architect Nevins Charlot.J.216-664-2531 158 of 210 .9 1901 .residential building for Charlotte Scheuer Commercial .6 5813 .4 1004-8 2134 2138 2140 2144 2146 499 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Edward P Ruprecht Birth/Established: unknown Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Edward P.residential building for Conrad Kempf Commercial Building D. Tellinger Apartments for I.E.Cleveland. His office was in the Kendal Building and he lived on West 83rd Street in West Cleveland.E. Ruprecht was active as an architect in Cleveland from the late 1880's until 1891. Kosen Apartment building for Sam Greenberg Apartment building for Sam Greenberg Apartment building for Thomas Arnoff Apartments for A.9 1895 . Room 519 . Newman Apartments for Mamberg and Horwitz Commercial . Wheaton Residence Double Residence for Willard Nutt Double Residence for William Nutt Double Residence for William Nutt Engine House #15 Hawley and Langton Block Landon School (school list) Marr's Block Residence for Philip Lehr Date 1887 1887 Nd 1889 1888 1890 1888 1887 1888 1888 1888 Nd 1887 1887 Nd 1887 5236 Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio 5449 2527 .23 15314 4600-2 6810 .E. Jania Apartments for B.

During World War I he served in the construction division of the War Department. Anderson Residence Residence for Dr. He later moved to Akron. OH 44114 . Smith Clampitt Residence Stone's Block Stores and tenements for Henry Shafer Terrace for Henry Shafer Warren High School Date 1888 1888 1887 Nd 1888 1889 Nd Address 2517 7513 2210 4923-33 2582 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Warren State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished John W Russell Birth/Established: 1864 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1933 John W. Jamin Strong Residence for Patrick Behan Residence for Patrick O'Reilly Residence for William Lettridge Residence of J.Cleveland. Sabin was active as an architect in Cleveland from 1888 to 1923.A. He is buried in Lake View Cemetery.E. He returned to Cleveland and worked as a draftsman for architect John Eisenmann where he designed several industrial buildings and houses. Burton Rev H. Building List Structure H. Russell was an English-born architect who came to Cleveland in 1866. where he died at Akron City Hospital.601 Lakeside Ave. He returned to England studying under James Garry. Ensign Residence Lutheran Congregational School nine houses on Alabama and Hamilton Palmer and DeMooy Company Foundry Prof C. In Cleveland he was the architect of several Presbyterian Churches and two precinct police stations.C. Teachout Residence Iron Clad Paint Company John E.216-664-2531 159 of 210 . a noted architect. Esq. Hayden Residence Shops of the Cleveland and Canton Railroads Taylor and Boggs Foundry William Taylor Residence Date nd nd nd nd 1895 nd nd nd 1894 1897 1889 1894 nd nd nd nd nd 521-41 1599 462 842 2044 9908 2314 1780 Address 2209 535-41 1830 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Canton Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown William W Sabin Birth/Established: 1861 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1939 William W.M.Structure Residence for Robinson Brothers Residence of Frank Hurd. Room 519 . Mitchell Residence Prof N. Building List Structure Bethany Presbyterian Church Bolton Avenue Presbyterian Church (Antioch Baptist Church) Calvary Presbyterian Church addition Cleveland Police Station Fifth Precinct Sta Cleveland Police Station Fourth Precinct Sta Date 1894-5 1892 1911 1896 1896 Address 6415 8869 2000 2555 5479 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He is buried in Woodland Cemetery. He was the son of builder Henry Russell.D. His hobby was genealogy. and at the Cooper School in London.

S. Seadle Residence of L. Reed Residence of L.9 1897 . Gifford Residence Willoughby Public Library Date 1904 1916 1893-5 1897-8 1893-5 1910 1906 1912 1894-5 1890 1904 1900 1893 1906 1895 1888 1907 1900 1896 1896 1894 1890 . Edward Schellentrager was a President and General Manager of the company.216-664-2531 160 of 210 . Chase Residence East Cleveland Presbyterian Church Eldred Hall CWRU First Congregational Church Fisher & Jirouch Factory George Collins Residence alterations Gilkey Building Glenville Presbyterian Church Great Lakes Warehouse H. W. Pittsburgh. and Detroit.A. The company printed a catalogue. Building List Structure Arthur Agate Residence August Wetzel Residence Charles Calder Residence Clarence Ellsworth Residence Clarence Ellsworth Residence Date 1892 1892 1893 1892 -3 1893 Address 2114 2205 1936 1914 1914 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH Ohio OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Reed Residence for Lemuel S.A. Room 519 . Knight Residence One Story warehouse for L. H. H. Chicago.8 1904 1894 1901 1902 -3 1901 Nd Address City Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ontario Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished 67 16200 2070 14928 4819 1138-60 711 1920 17896 1429 13605 1895 1529 Akron East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Sandusky East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Little Current Cleveland Akron 6606 7020 8308 2222 2062 1814 1878 2337 2616 1852 17884 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Akron Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Lakewood Euclid Lodi 1636 3047 Cleveland Cleveland Willoughby Saving & Sensible Architectural Bureau Birth/Established: 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1894 Saving & Sensible Architectural Bureau was an architectural company that specialized in house designs for moderate costs. In 1891-2 architect Charles Preston worked for the company.1 1901 1888 1917 1897 1888 1902 1889 1898 .A. Dautel and Son Plan for Grand Manitoulin Hotel Presbyterian Church Residence Residence for Albert. Palmer Residence for Theodore Bates Residence for Vanton Foulk Residence for William Gilkey Residence for Wilson Harris Residence of J. Reed Stone Church Taylor Inn Welsh Presbyterian Church William H.Structure Commercial Building Dr. Coulby Residence Henry Graefe House Henry Taylor Residence J. Potwin Residence for T.601 Lakeside Ave. OH 44114 .A. Van Gorden Residence for Charles French Residence for L. The main offices were in the Arcade with branches in Buffalo. Steele Residence John Moorhead Residence John S.Cleveland.

He won several prizes awarded by the Cleveland Architectural Club. His brothers Arthur and E. designing several large estates for wealthy Ohioans. This relationship probably helped secure commissions for the West Side Police Station.216-664-2531 161 of 210 . He was the architect of Stan Hwyet in Akron. Eagle Cliff. He was trained in architecture in the office of Granger and Meade. Flint Residence Michael Berry Residence Michael Murphy Residence Omar Steele Residence Residence Residence for Alfred Abbott Residence for Belden Seymour Residence for Christian Boest Residence for Edward A. later Meade and Garfield. as the superintendent of the Statler Hotel project. 1932 Charles Sumner Schneider was born and educated in Cleveland at Outhwaite and Central High Schools. He continued working after Israel Lehman's death in 1914 until his own death in 1935. He was listed in the registered architect in the November 1940. known as Watterson & Schneider. His German-born father had been a marshal and later superintendent of police from 1862 to 1892. He lived at 1841 East 82nd Street and had a country home. He studied under Gustav Umbenstock and Mr. Watterson. Building List Structure Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen Cleaveland Cross Residence Dodge Brothers Motor Car E. the largest home built in Ohio. the former was appointed artist to the Sultan of Morocco. He was a member of Plymouth Congregational Church. OH 44114 . built in 1892. where he rose from chief draftsman to designer. Theodore Schmitt was educated in the Cleveland public schools and later studied at Hannover and military school at Mannheim in Germany. J. were well known artists. Deglane at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He later worked for the local office of George B. Radcliff Residence for William Staebler Date 1891 1892 1891 1891 1891 1892 1892 nd 1893 1895 1892 1894 1891 1891 1894 1895 1893 1893 1895 1895 1891 1891 Address 8027 . Mills Residence for Sylvester Miller Residence for Sylvester Miller Residence for Will G. built 1893.Cleveland. Motch Residence Ernest Barkwill Residence Ernest Barkwill Residence Date 1921 nd 1916 nd 1923 1925 Address 820 1114 2107 1578 2189 2189 City Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .G. He was made a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects. on Lake Erie.3 1334 1851 1945 11407 11209 9811 1823 1420 1937 2202 2916 1507 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Theodore Schmitt Birth/Established: 1860 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1935 Theodore Schmitt was born in Cleveland. He worked as an assistant in the office of George H. Charles Sumner Schneider Birth/Established: 1874 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 10. selling his products to Standard Oil in the later years of his life. He formed the partnership with Israel Lehman in 1885. Room 519 . Post. He then carried on an independent practice that specialized in residential architecture. He became active as a gas producer.R. Cady Residence for Edward Schellentrager Residence for George Gorham Residence for Henry Barren Residence for Nathan Jones Residence for Richard Crocker Residence for S.Residential Building Frederick Bell Residence John Funge Residence John W. Upon his return to Cleveland he formed a partnership with William S. Smith from 1881 to 1884.31 2751 5143 1942 5610 1850 6514 1276 1581 .Structure Commercial . and the Central Police Station.601 Lakeside Ave.

1875 Biography: Death/Disolved: before 1951 Edwin J. Patrick's Rectory Additions and alterations Three story building for George Brown W.216-664-2531 162 of 210 . Building List Structure Commercial Building for George Brown Ninth Precinct Police Station Office building for G.Kulas Residence for Mrs. Ignatius Elementary School and chapel (1903). He lived at 3122 Woodbine Avenue on the near west side of Cleveland. Webb Residence James Sprankle Residence Junior High School Lomond School Lucretia Prentiss Residence Ludlow School Malvern School Plymouth Congregational Church Quad Hall Residence for E. Haworth Residence Date 1905 1901 1905 1906 nd 1896 1898 1917 1914 1903 1912 1907 1904 1907 1904 1899 1840-2 3602 2035 4110 1691 9412 2035 10215 Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Alliance Norwalk Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Address 761 . Joseph's Parochial Residence St. King White Residence William W. Catherine Roman Catholic Church St.J.Structure F. Catherine Church (1917). Andrews Episcopal Church W. Drury Residence Frank Sieberling Residence (Stan Hywet) Frank Stranahan Residence George H. James Hall St. Mary's Parochial Residence St. OH 44114 . Colman's Church (1914) and St. Browne Residence Residence Residence for Charles O'Malley Sisters of the Humility addition St. Blessed Sacrament School (1904). Mills Residence Fenway School Francis E. Schneider was active as an architect in Cleveland from 1895 to 1947. S. Kelly Residence Younglove Building Date nd 1926 1924 1912-5 1925 nd 1919 nd 1917 1928 1925 1926 1922 1920-3 1924-5 1917 1918 1930 1915 1928 1924 nd Address 2603 17420 714 29917 2885 11215 17817 17917 1255 19910 2860 7501 193 3400 2171 19513 2829 5518 City Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Akron Perrysburg Cleveland Heights Cleveland Lakewood East Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Bratenahl Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Edwin J Schneider Birth/Established: August 27. St. Ignatius Parochial school and chapel St.C. He is best known for buildings designed for the Diocese of Cleveland.5 City Cleveland State OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Edward E Schwabe Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Colman's Roman Catholic Church St. including St. Layng Residence J. Taylor Shaker Heights City Hall St.J.Cleveland.A.W. Room 519 . S.601 Lakeside Ave.

Payne Block. Gehring Residence Chalres LL.Cleveland. OH 44114 .H. 1856 Death/Disolved: November 8. He completed a will four days before his death. Room 519 . Building List Structure Central Presbyterian Church Addition Henry C. 1919 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .B.Birth/Established: 1860 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1892 Edward E. He died of tuberculosis at the age of thirty-two. Schwabe was employed in the office of Walter Blythe. After Blythe's death in 1884 he went to business for himself. Siller Residence Frederick Schweitzer Residence G. Murfey Residence Charles Uhl Residence Ernest J.216-664-2531 163 of 210 . Kirkwood Residence for James & Anna Webster Residence for Levi Sackett William Langenau Residence Date 1891 1888 1890 1890 1892 1891 1888 1891 1888 1889 1888 1888 1892 1892 1892 1892 1892 1892 1889 1891 1891 1891 1890 . the White Elephant Concert Hall. Haltnorth business block George Boehringer Residence H. and the Music Hall. In it he left his French books on architecture and a typewriter to George Steffens.1 5804 6615 3103 Address 1535 2045 7509 2398 1227 1790 4 1668 4 2392 2396 3828 1783 1787 1791 1783 1787 1791 2421 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH Ohio Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH Cleveland OH City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio OH OH OH OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Charles & Julius Schweinfurth Birth/Established: 1883 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1886 Architectural firm that was made up of brothers Charles and Julius Schweinfurth. The rest of his estate went to his aunt Gertrude Haltnorth. Architects George Steffens and Paul Searles worked in his office. Holt Residence James Salisbury Residence Old Stone Church Interior Orville B. McIntosh Herman Koch Residence Moses Koch Residence Residence for Hart Massey Residence for Henry Boyer Residence for Henry Boyer Residence for Henry Boyer Residence for Henry Boyer Residence for Henry Boyer Residence for Henry Boyer Residence for I. Klein Residence for J.601 Lakeside Ave.P.5 1883 1883 Address 17 1208 589 91 2164 City Auburn Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State NY OH OH OH OH Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Charles Schweinfurth Birth/Established: September 3. Skinner Residence Date 1886 1883 1883 . Building List Structure Apartment Building for Daykin Brothers C.E. He was the supervising architect of the H.

OH 44114 . Treasury in Washington.W. Schweinfurth House Charles L. and later. In Cleveland he was the architect of many of the Euclid Avenue mansions and was also noted for interior designs that included Old Stone Church and the Cuyahoga County Courthouse. He built a home that he designed in 1894 at 1951 East 75th Street. He worked in architectural offices in New York City from 1872 to 1874 and at the office of the supervising architect of the U. and graduated from high school in Auburn. Corlett Residence Edw Haines Residence Florence Harkness Chapel George Pack Residence George Worthington Residence Gibbons . He was born.1890 Dr. T. Cox and Lucretia Prentiss Double Residence for Dr. McClymonds Residence John Ammon Residence Date 1898 1891-2 c1910 1896 1897 1896 1888 nd 1891 1894 1907 1904 1894 1907-1912 1895-6 1898 1890 1910 1889 1900 1889 1888 1891 1896 1890 1904 1902 1895 1902 1892 1891 1890 1888 1894 1886 1956 210 8522 Cleveland Massillon Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio 11106 7017 9014 1906 3307 6603 105 3618 1820 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Gambier Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 235-43 1 7404 3407-11 1521 1951 7901 2145 2080 Address 7111 8811 City Cleveland Cleveland Gambier Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Auburn Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio NY OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .B. He had an honorary M. D. was active in Denver. In addition. Nye Residence H.) He moved to Cleveland to work on a house for Sylvester Everett. and a member of the Architect's League of New York.S. His brothers Julius and H. Z. attended public schools. His architectural work was often featured in the pages of the "Inland Architect" and "American Architect and Building News". Hatch Residence Hanna Hall Hatch Library Haydn Hall Homer Osborn Residence Infants Rest (Inner City Nursing Home) Interior National Bank of Commerce J.216-664-2531 164 of 210 . Pack Residence remodelling Cleveland Country Club Glenville Cleveland Telephone Company Building Cuyahoga County Courthouse Interior D. T. Schweinfurth owned a firm in Boston. R. Initially his office was in the Blackstone Building however he moved to the New England Building upon its completion in 1896. Building List Structure Albert Withington Residence Allen Residence Alumni Library Backus Law School Biology Building . Albert. (Hubell's obituary says that he came from Boston. Another brother. a fellow in the AIA.R.G.Pickett & Company Market Glen Allen (Estate of Mrs. Dellenbaugh Residence . and remained throughout the rest of his life. He was a founder and member of the Cleveland and Brooklyn Chapters of the American Institute of Architects.Biography: Charles Schweinfurth was Cleveland's preeminent architect of the 1880's and 1890's. San Francsico. Parker Residence Charles F.A.R. Dudley Allen) H. Hanna Residence Double dwelling for Jacob D. Owens Residence J. W. New York. degree from Kenyon College and was a member of the Union Club. from 1874 to 1880.Case Western University Bridges over Martin Luther King Drive Calvary Presbyterian Church Central Presbyterian Church Charles B.601 Lakeside Ave. he was the architect of several buildings for Western Reserve and Kenyon colleges.C.Cleveland. He first resided on Cedar Avenue and then at 96 Arlington Street (now 2269 East 49th Street). From 1883 to 1886 he maintained an office with his brother Julius until Julius returned to practice in Boston. Room 519 .

Joseph Seminary Store for Dr. Culley Residence Lennox Apartments Lester Coe Residence Lewis Bailey Residence Library for Adelbert College Marcus Hanna Residence Mary Chisholm Painter Gate McAllister Dall Building Mohawk Building Morley Chemistry Laboratory Morrills Residence N. Haserot Residence Samuel Mather Residence Shoreby Slippery Rock Pavilion St. Allen Telephone Exchange Building for Cleveland Telephone Company Trinity Cathedral Trinity Church Home Union Club University School Ursuline Convent Western Reserve College Physics Building William Chisholm Residence William H. Possons Residence People's Savings and Loan Peter Hitchcock Residence Railroad Arch Bridge over Edgewater Parkway at West 58th Street Railroad Bridge over West Boulevard Ralph Cobb Residence Ralph Cobb Residence Ralph Gray Residence Rebuilding of Longwood Residence for Horace Corner Residence for Julius E.216-664-2531 165 of 210 .S. Room 519 . OH 44114 .55 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Levi Tucker Scofield Birth/Established: 1842 Death/Disolved: 1917 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .601 Lakeside Ave. Boardman Residence Young Mens Christian Association Date 1890 1889 1887-9 1895 1894 1890 1904 1895 1895 1907 1915 1884 1891 1886 1905 1896 1887-9 1889 1890 1917 1891 1889 1889 1890 1892-3 1910 1890 1911 1896 1904 1894 1901-7 1895 1905 1890 1892 1894 1889 1891 -2 1889 Address 1810 1947-83 6203 1926 2010 10400 23 .45 2084 11025 1929 1700 3411 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 5526 6203 6812 1895 2525 3050 7224 2065 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Youngstown Cleveland 314 5601 2200 2227 1201 7202 2444 2060 2827 3608 2111 .Cleveland. French Richard Coleman Residence Roaside Club House Samuel F.Structure John S.

000 of its total cost. & C. and the Cleveland House of Corrections. After the war he returned to Cleveland and in 1867. and organized the Cleveland Vocal Society.1942) and Sherman Wright Scofield (1876 . the North Carolina Penitentiary. the Ohio Penitentiary in Mansfield. Levi Scofield attended Cleveland public schools. The Scofields were members of First Baptist Church and were buried in Lake View Cemetery. pursuing the study of architecture and engineering.R. was built on the Scofield homestead and was originally owned by Levi Scofield.M. Scofield was the sculptor of "These are my Jewels" Civil War Monument installed at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. He wrote "The Retreat from Pulaski to Nashville. William Marshall Scofield (1868 . In 1860 he moved to Cincinnati.5 1906-8 1953 1710 3427 4811 4201 2409 2000 2438 2343 408 7817 1300 55 1401 235 2200 7706 7910 1960 Address City Athens Columbus Conneaut Cleveland Jefferson Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Mansfield Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Raleigh Mansfield Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Xenia Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio NC Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished not built Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . who was prominent in local society and philanthropic circles. and contributed over $57. Tennessee November 30.Cleveland. he dropped the "H" from his name.3 1884 1867 1879-80 1891 c 1882 . The Scofield Office Building on the southwest corner of Eucild and East 9th Street. later moved to the grounds of the Ohio State Capitol. Smith Broadway School Building for J. Levi Scofield is remembered as the architect of large Victorian era institutions that included the Assylum for the Insane in Athens and Columbus. His family later operated the Prospect Place Hotel on the site after which it became the location of the Scofield Building. rising in the rank to First Lieutenant and Captain.Biography: Levi Tucker Schofield was born in Cleveland and was raised in a home on Euclid Avenue near East 9th Street. James Craig Residence E. Room 519 . he married Elizabeth Clark. Battle of Franklin. Britton Residence North Carolina Penitentiary (Central Prison) Ohio Penetiary Orchard School Rufus K.601 Lakeside Ave. built in 1900.S. He devoted seven and a half years.1884 1894 1869 1878 1901 1898 1869 c 1882 . Winslow Residence Schofield Building Scofield Residence Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Home Stevenson and Ella Burke Residence U. the Phyllis Wheatley Association.J. Walters Case Library Central High School Cleveland House of Correction Cleveland Trade West Cuyahoga County Courthouse addition Cuyahoga County Soldiers and Sailors Monument Dr. At some point. McGillan Block George and Olivia Stockley Residence Grand Arcade Joseph W. Chandler William Corlett Residence YWCA Date 1868 1870-7 1894 1881 1870 1894 1878 1869-70 1870 1884 1886 . He was the first Cleveland architect taken into membership in the American Institute of Architects and was a friend and golfing partner of John D. He had two sons. 1864" which was published in 1909.1894 c 1886 1880 c 1885-6 1882 1875 1870 . which he designed. without compensation.216-664-2531 166 of 210 . Building List Structure Asylum for the Insane Asylum for the Insane Bank and office building for S. Rockefeller. His firm designed five Cleveland Public Schools between 1869 and 1883. He served in the Ohio 113th Infantry. to the Cuyahoga County Soldiers and Sailors Monument.M. She was president of the YWCA. Post Office Expansion Unitarian Church Walton School Warehouse for F. OH 44114 .1942) who became members of his architectural firm.M.

Their offices were in the Electric Building.H. Ohio.601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 .216-664-2531 . Newell Residence Charles Church Residence Charles H. According to the 1890 census he was in real estate.H. Morgan Residence "Glagmorgan" Com block for Thorman Estate Commercial Building Commercial Building Dixon Hall .E.H. Searles and Hirsh Birth/Established: 1901 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1905 This architectural firm included Paul Searles and Willard Hirsh and was in existence from 1901 until 1905. 1947. He died in Clearwater.Paul Searles Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1947 Paul C. Hirsh and Gavin Birth/Established: 1905 Death/Disolved: 1910 167 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . His firm built the first modern apartment building in Cleveland at East 17th Street and Euclid Avenue. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building for P.Cleveland. He was a Mason and a member of the Woodward Lodge. Church Residence Col W. Searles was born in Wellington. In 1908 he helped design and later re-built the ill-fated Lake View School in Collinwood after the famous fire. Keevan C.Apartment Building for Max Littwitz English Woolen Mills Company First National Bank First National Bank Forest City Bank Building Franklin Apartments Homeier Brothers Automobile Repair Shop Interior work of the New England Restaurant John Vorel Residence John Vortel Residence National Bank O.F. Florida on May 16. where he was secretary treasurer until his retirement in 1928. VanTine Realty Company. Transue Residence Paul North Residence Plaza Apartments Residence and stable for Western Realty Residence for Charles Babcock Shaw High School Six Hundred Apartments Stables for the Electric Package Company The Cary Apartment Building Date 1903 1904 1904 1904 1905 1901 nd 1901 1904 1904 1904 1905 1905 1903 1903 1903 1905 1901 1904 1904 1904 1904 1903 1903 1902 1901 1905 1904 1904 1901 1904 1901 1538-56 15236 2344 17848 3206 3315 3315 1400 5601-5 1755 3820 18131 1025 Lakewood Alliance Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Columbiana Wellsville Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kenton Alliance Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 1113 1648-54 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Searles. In 1918 he resigned from the architectural firm and helped organize the India Tire and Rubber Company in Akron. the son of a Methodist minister. His first job was with W. OH 44114 .

Kirkwood Residence for J. attending public schools and Business College. and East Cleveland. Merriam The Reserve Trust Co Woodland Branch Twelve-room school Two apartment buildings Warehouse for the Economy Realty Co Date 1909 1907 1905 1907 1905 . He began working as a mechanical engineer completing mechanical drawings. Kirkwood Date 1891 1891 1891 1891 Address 1687 1687 1696 1696 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio OH Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Harlen Shimmin Birth/Established: 1873 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1941 Harlen Shimmin was born in Cleveland. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. Zettlemeyer Terrace for E. and a member of the Al Koran Temple.Z. Willard Hirsh. the Cleveland Athletic Club.216-664-2531 168 of 210 . Shaker Heights.6 1905 1907 1910 1908 1908 1907 1906 1908 1906 1908 Broadway Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 1010 11327 216-8 Address 1839 City Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Elyria Cleveland Bellefontaine Cleveland Youngstown Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Unkown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished John R Shengle Birth/Established: 1844 Biography: Death/Disolved: May 1. Ohio. Building List Structure Cuyahoga Telephone Company East Cleveland town hall remodelling J.601 Lakeside Ave.T. examples of which are found in the Wade Park Allotment. B. Room 519 . Hopkinson and in 1904 went to business for himself. Several of his designs were featured in the February 1913 Ohio Architect. and Donald Gavin. Dolman. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Potwin Residence Residence for J. The firm was active in 1891. As early as 1892 he worked in the office of Charles W.T. He was listed as both an architect and contractor in Cleveland City Directories. The largest part of his work was in residential design. He was a member of the Colonial Club. Potwin Residence Lemuel S. Rodier Residence Louis Bing Residence Masonic Temple Residence for William Herron School Swetland Building Ten-room school Terrace for C. Building List Structure Lemuel S. and Builder.Biography: This architectural firm included Paul Searles. Engineer. Shengle and John A. OH 44114 . a Mason of the Scottish Rite.H. Building List Structure Park Congregational Church Robert Butler Residence Date Nd 1894 1415 Address City Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH Status Demolished Standing Shengle and Dolman Birth/Established: 1891 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1891 This architectural firm included John B. 1920 John R. He later shifted to architecture. Edgewater.Cleveland. Cleveland Heights. Shengle was from Richland County.

Bailey Residence F.Building List Structure Apartment Building Arthur G. Teare Residence E.G.G.N. Heyner Residence Edward Rodgers Residence Edward U.J.E. McKee Residence for C. Kennedy Residence C. OH 44114 .R. Phil Null Dr.601 Lakeside Ave. Wise Residence Ben New Residence C. Weber Business Block Lester Jacobson Residence Lyman Lawrence Residence Noble Road School Otto Schmidt Residence Otto Schmidt Residence Paul Lawrence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for Alfred G. Nutt Residence L.E.G. Fisher Residence E. J. Bryan Residence City Bank of Kent Clucas W. Room 519 .F.E. McKee Residence B.R. Bryan Residence for Claire Baldwin Date 1936 nd nd nd nd 1911 nd 1899 1908 1907 1909 1914 1920 1905 1904 1909 nd 1906 1916 1907 nd 1915 1913 nd nd 1909 1909 1909 nd nd 1903 nd 1905 1916 1927 nd nd 1907 nd nd nd 1911 nd nd 1908 1909 1921 1923 1916 19081908 1907 1494 1497 14718 2338 2951 1654 1650 1411 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio 1677 East Cleveland Cleveland Ohio OH 2285 Cleveland Heights OH 12800 2235 11009 11402 3141 . Gibler Residence J. Cambell Residence Henry Brooks Residence J. Hatch Residence C.Cleveland. F. Fulmer Residence Frank Fulmer Residence Fred Cummer Residence George H.5 1421 2232 Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio OH Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 2185 1605 Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio 1880 1884 Cleveland Heights Cleveland East Cleveland OH Ohio OH 3318 3012 1609 2188-90 1535 1650 Cleveland Cleveland Kent Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH 1645 Cleveland Ohio 14414 Cleveland Heights Address 2635 City Cleveland State Ohio Status Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 169 of 210 . Hall Residence J.R. Hatch Residence Charles F. Hollister Residence Commercial Building Dodge Dealership Double residence for Mrs. Mould Residence E. William Bogue Residence E. Olmsted Residence George Nicholson Residence George Rackle & Son Factory Greyloft (Claire Baldwin Residence) Harry H.F. Dusek Residence Dr. Allyne E. Comer Residence Frank D. Zimmerman Residence F.L. Baldwin Residence Cass H.

He was listed as a registered architect in November 1940 Ohio Architect.C. 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 20.S. Building List Structure Brecksville High School City Contagious Disease Hospital Cleveland Hospital for Contagious Diseases Date nd nd 1904 Cleveland Ohio Address City Brecksville State Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Robbins Residence 1921 18400 Cleveland Ohio 1920-1 1917 1915 1921 1918 1921 1918 1917 1918 1917 1918 1917 2482 2942 18400 16907 15800 15700 Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Ohio OH OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 15700 Cleveland Ohio Date Address City State Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unkown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Albert Skeel Birth/Established: 1865 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1937 Albert Skeel was born in Bristol. where he had designed many of the houses. working on plans for the Euclid Avenue Presbyterian Church. Schuer Residence for Harry Baldwin Residence for S. Larwood Residence for W.Cleveland. He died in Brecksville in 1937 and is buried there. Early in his career he worked as a carpenter contractor. Glen Valley was noted as an ideal country setting near the picturesque cliffs of Chippewa Creek. He worked as a draftsman for three years in architectural offices in Cleveland.R.S. Building List Structure F. Room 519 .T. He was reponsible for the complete restoration of Brecksville Congregational Church. West Residence for T.S.40 2031 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Euclid Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Harry Leroy Shupe Birth/Established: January 23. Green Residence George G. Williams Van Walworth Riding Academy W. OH 44114 .Structure Residence for E. Peckham Residence Parsons Manufacturing Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for Carlson Residence for George Arnold Residence for George Moran Residence for Mark Copeland Residence for Mark Copeland Residence for Mr.M.216-664-2531 170 of 210 . Long Residence Thomas P. He lived in the Glen Valley area of Brecksville. He worked in the office of Frank S. England and immigrated to the United States in 1883. Lippencott T. He was a neighbor of architect Adrian Foose on Templhurst Road in South Euclid. Jeavons Residence Warren Bicknell Residence Widlar Company Building Widlar Plant addition Willbrand Building Date 1917 1908 1905 1908 1907 1917 1910 nd 1910 nd 1929 nd Address City Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown 12812 Cleveland Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights 11307 2541 722 .601 Lakeside Ave. 1945 Harry Leroy Shupe was a member of the firm of White and Shupe from 1907 through 1914. J. Bailey Residence for H. Barnum from 1898 to 1902.

Hubbell Skeel Terrace South Cleveland Bank Store and apartment Store and apartment building at for Emil Joseph Terrace for Rolland Davies Trinity Evangelical Church William H. Hawgood Residence Date 1904 nd 1907 1906 1905 1904 nd 1902 1905 Nd 1916 1899 1904 nd 1913 1899 nd 8005 427 3126 10508-10 1417 6101 834 Address City Euclid Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Bay Village Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .W.Cleveland. Skeel opened an office in 1897.O.216-664-2531 171 of 210 .W.H. His father John Skeel was a carpenter. Frank Skeel was mainly known for his residential designs.O. Gehlbach Residence C. Building List Structure A. Judd Residence First Hungarian Baptist Church Frame dwg for Vena Holmden H. Evarts Block of twenty suites C. James Stotter Residence Dubick Furniture Dwg alteration Edward A. Brankman Residence Eight suite apartment on Spongler First United Presbyterian Parsonage John Jackson Residence Kenyon Painter Residence Ott Memorial Building Residence and Milk House for George Canfield Residence for Donny Stewart Residence for L. Round near Garfield Park Residence for Otto Schuelle Residence of Oliver C. OH 44114 . Hunt Cottage . Ellenberger Residence American Savings Bank Apartment building for C.D. Ellenberger Residence A.J. Evarts Residence Charles Honecker Residence Commercial Building for Henry Rose Dr.B.Hemlock Road South Park Station Wise Building YMCA Date 1902 1906 1904 nd 1904 1906 1897 c1907 nd 1904 1902 1907 1898 1905 1908 nd 1903 1906 1904 1928 nd 1905 1911 Address 7605-7 City Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished 3745-51 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 7111 2086 3240 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Berea Novelty 4091 Cleveland Cleveland OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing 1436 17205 9502 Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 7106 3525 Cleveland Cleveland Independence Cleveland 3204 Cleveland Frank D Skeel Birth/Established: 16 Dec 1872 Biography: Death/Disolved: 16 Mar 1929 Frank D.Structure Commercial Building for Edward Foery Commercial Building for Richard Coulton Double Residence for Anthony Waldeck E. Martin Residence F. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave.W.

Reed Residence for F.S. Ginsberg Date 1925 1924 1925 1925 1923 1929 1924 1925 1925 1925 1925 1925 1926 1922 Address 3416 720 3209 3301-11 3308 4172 .W.6 3414 3633 3368 3679 3363 11226 11222 7703 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Philip Small Birth/Established: 1890 Death/Disolved: 1963 172 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .N. Hawgood Residence O. Reed Residence Mrs.M. Painter Residence Kenyon V.S. According to the 1930 census. He was a registered architect listed in the November 1940 Ohio Architect.V. Crider Residence J.Structure Hiram Social Settlement House J. Crider Residence J. Angell Residence for Charles Smivin Residence for Gilland Residence for Louis Sole Residence for Theodore Meckler Residence for Theodore Meckler Two family residence for S. OH 44114 . Painter Residence Meriam Building Mrs.Green Residence for Mr. Judd Residence for Nina Kinney Residence for Thomas Haycox Residence for Walter Ellenberger Residence on E. F. 130th Street S. 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: March 1973 Louis Skolnik was born in Minsk. Crider Residence J.216-664-2531 . Brusch Residence for J. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave. Reed Residence Thomas Holden Residence Three residences for Horace Parks Warehouse for Western Realty William C. Pearlman Residence for B.S. where his occupation was listed as carpenter. Building List Structure Apartment Building for J. according to the World War I draft registration form. Russia of Jewish parentage. Whitmore Residence Date 1899 1904 1909 nd nd 1905 1911 nd 1908 -9 1905 1903 1903 1900 1910 1905 1899 1902 1895 1907 1904 1899 -1900 1904 1905 1904 1899 Address 3233 1423 1428 3301 5716 City Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Mentor Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 17205 Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Kent 2237 12014 3890 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3170 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 10306 2119 Cleveland Cleveland Louis Skolnik Birth/Established: July 29. Hubbell Residence Produce Exchange Banking Company Residence for F.Residential Building Residence for A.C. He designed several apartment buildings and houses.Cleveland.N. Woronk Apartments Archwood Manor Brooklyn Manor Brookside Manor Commercial . Fisher Residence William H. he immigrated to the United States in 1908 and Yiddish was spoken in the home.

Strouder Thompson New York.G.P. He died at the Cleveland Clinic Hospital and was buried in Lake View Cemetery.4 Nd nd nd nd nd nd Nd Columbus Cleveland Ohio Ohio 2900 20700 University Heights Wickliffe Wickliffe Staunton Cincinnatini Cleveland Heights Ohio Ohio Ohio VA Ohio OH 27840 2033 Aurora Road Aurora Huntington Ohio WV 21600 Ohio Date 1921 nd nd nd nd nd nd nd nd Nd 1926-7 1929 nd nd nd nd 1927 19900 Beachwood Ohio 2040 Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Cleveland Ohio Address 2879 City Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He lived in Cleveland Heights and Hunting Valley. The firm of Small and Rowley specialized in traditional colonial and English revival architecture. Room 519 .G. Michigan Clague Road Filtration Plant Cleveland City Hospital Cleveland Interurban Railway Cleveland Playhouse Country Club Country Club of Cleveland Cyrus Eaton Residence Darwin Barrett Residence Dr.C. J. Van Swearingen Residence Ohio State University College of Engineering Building Outhwaite Housing Development Pere Marquette Railway nd Nd nd nd nd nd nd 1951-2 nd 1931 -5 nd nd nd nd 1923 . Wilmore Residence Dr.J. Country. and St.W. and Hermit Clubs and was a fellow in the American Institute of Architects. Cushman Residence Hawthorne Valley Country Club Huntington Galleries Irving Bolton Resdience John Carroll University Administration Building Lubrizoil Corporation Chemical Engineering Laboratory Lubrizoil Corporation Office Building Mary Baldwin College Mill Creek Disposal Plant Mr.216-664-2531 173 of 210 .601 Lakeside Ave.Cleveland. He came to Cleveland in 1904 and attended Adelbert College of Western Reserve University from 1909 to 1912 and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1915. He lived at 1298 Westover Road in Cleveland Heights. Wilmore Residence Dr. C. Wyckoff Residence Dr.Biography: Philip Small was born in Washington.G. and Mrs. J. He was a member of the Union. Chicago. He resided at 2898 Kingsley in Shaker Heights. Building List Structure Carl Narten Residence Case Institute of Technology Library and Humanities Building Case Institute of Technology Physics and Lecture Hall Chase Brass & Copper Office Building Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Chester Bolton Residence City of Adrian.D. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. He served as a member of the Western Reserve University board of trustees and board of supervising architects. with an office in the Terminal Tower. Louis Railway Norfolk and Western Railway Nottingham Filtration Plant O. D. OH 44114 . & M. J. He was the Hunting Valley building commissioner and member of the board of zoning appeals. Wilmore Residence Erie Railway Company First Unitarian Church George Bishop Residence Guardian Trust Company H.

Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave. Elmer Reeb. Reeb. Draz. The firm designed the Georgian Revival Shaker Square.Outpatient Building John Carroll University Gymnasium Karamu House Library and Humanities Center .1959 Address City Cleveland University Heights Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . J. and Francis K. Smith.Case Tech Date 1956 1956 1952 . Hecker Residence Harold W.Cleveland.216-664-2531 174 of 210 . Draz Birth/Established: 1929 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1959 This architectural firm included Philip Small. Building List Structure Birkett Williams Residence Country Club of Cleveland E. OH 44114 .Frieberger Library WRU Foster Hall WRU John Schoff Millis Science Center Building Date nd 1922 1924 nd nd 1922 nd 1928 1931 Nd nd 1929 nd nd nd nd nd nd 1956 nd nd Address City State Status Unknown 2919 2717 19414 4200 3300 Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Roanoke Rocky River Canton Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland White Sulphur Springs Cleveland Lexington Lexington Lexington Cleveland Cleveland OH OH VA Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio West Virginia Ohio VA VA VA Ohio Ohio Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Demolished Demolished Unknown Small and Rowley Birth/Established: 1922 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1928 This architectural firm included Philip Small and Charles Rowley and was in existence from 1922 until 1928.B. Keil Residence Residence Shaker Square Willoughby High School Addition Date 1929 1928 1928 abt 1928 1926 1928 1928 39 Address 2951 2825 17471 20000 3005 City Shaker Heights Pepper Pike Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Willoughby State Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Small. Building List Structure City Hospital .Structure Republic Steel Corporation Residence Residence Roanoke Hotel Rocky River Methodist Church Santa Clara Monastery Shaker Country Club Shaker Square Silver Grill Higbee's Department Store Stouder Thompson Residence The Greenbriar Hotel The Sedgewick Apartment Building Washington and Lee University Academic and Fine Arts Building Washington and Lee University Alumni Building Washington and Lee University Student Union Western Reserve Academy Western Reserve University student activies building William Harshaw Residence WRU . Smith.

216-664-2531 175 of 210 . At the end of his career he worked as a building inspector for the City Building Department. Blankhorn Barn for E. In 1894 he opened his own office. with offices first at 1220 Euclid and later at 1224 Euclid. Perkins Barn for O. Kelsey Residence Repairs and additions to John Hale Barn Residence for Charles French Residence for Charles French Residence for Charles French Residence for David Lewis Residence for Emil Strauss Residence for Francis Sizer Residence for George Bishop Residence for Henry Sizer Residence for Horace Weddell Residence for John L. Arthur Residence for Philander Johnson Stable.15 8011 3422 11025 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Edward Smith Birth/Established: 1869 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1938 Edward Smith was born in Cleveland and graduated from Central High School.Cleveland. Building List Structure Apartment House for Henry Z. M.9 1904 6503 1935 6514 8701 5613 521 1866 1882 2030 2052 1878 1956 7901 5716 5720 5802 2028 1866 Address 6209 . New York.warehouse building for Samuel and Frank Haserot Emil Strauss Residence Frederick Hurd Residence George Bishop Residence Justin Tyler Residence McClelland Hurd Residence O. He was born in Herkimer County. As an architect he was noted for his apartment buildings and terraces. Ignatius Chapel at John Carroll University Date 1955 Address City University Heights State Ohio Status Unknown Albert Milton Smith Birth/Established: 1833 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1913 Albert Milton Smith was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1878 until 1899. There was an article on Edward E. OH 44114 .R. He was an honorary member of the Cleveland Builders Exchange and the Cleveland Athletic Club.601 Lakeside Ave.E. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Structure St.Residential Building for Cobb & Bradley Estate Commercial . In 1882 he was in a partnership with Anthony Myers. Severance Residence for P. He lived at 36 Grasmere in East Cleveland and was buried in Lake View Cemetery. carriage house and boiler house for Zenas King The Morris for the Bradley Estate Date 1898 1891 1891 1895 1891 1895 1891 1896 1893 1891 1895 1892 1899 1897 1889 1889 1889 1895 1896 1891 1893 1891 1890 1891 1889 1892 1888 1890 811 . Smith in the March 1905 edition of the "Ohio Architect and Builder". He received training from architect Fenimore Bate for five years beginning in 1889.D. Myer Bryant Whitman Residence Cleveland Medical College Commercial . Room 519 .

Wigmore Chapel and residence Charles Harbaugh Residence Commercial .41 11725 7001 11402 1227 11234 4301 11217 10324 1590 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Euclid Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland 1579 2220 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2274-88 Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland 1579 Cleveland Cleveland Wellington Cleveland 7701 .F. Gray Brick apartment house for A. Vincent Charity Hospital Addition Terrace Terrace for B.D.5 2036 Cleveland Cleveland George Horatio Smith Birth/Established: 1848 Death/Disolved: 1924 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Cleveland.Residential Addition to house for P.Lyman Business block for J.A. Beers Robert Ritenberick Residence Rosewood Apartments Spangler Terrace St. Worthington Residence Residence Residence for F.L. Myers Residence for L. Sears Eagle Storage and Moving Company Embrose Terrace Forty suite apartments Harbaugh Residence Harkness Terrace John Grute Residence Judson Apartments Lucretia Terrace P.216-664-2531 176 of 210 . Stocking Residence Date 1901 1901 1904 1905 1908 1911 1900 1899 1904 1903 1904 1899 1896 1901 1907 1902 1903 1903 .F. Room 519 .A.F.Structure 4 story apt house for W.C.F.4 1898 nd 1905 1899 1896 1904 1928 1911 1908 1894 1904 nd nd 1901 1903 1906 1904 1904 nd 1904 1908 1901 1899 nd 1895 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 3920-3942 11201 838-846 6527 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2237 . Burgess Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment House for Marco B. Rich Terrace for Younger & Company Terrace on Lake Front Avenue The Euclid Apartments Twelve suite apartment Twelve suite apartment building Two story brick store and office Two story dwelling for H.601 Lakeside Ave. Berner Wilbur Brooks Residence Zalmun S. McGuire Residence Perez Clark Residence R. Stevens 4 story brick and stone apt for J.B. OH 44114 . McGuire Commercial Building for J. Henscher Residence for Harry C. Kemph and G.P.

216-664-2531 177 of 210 .H.Cleveland.8 1881 1885 1895 1890 1910 1910 1901 1900 1881 1896 2079 3730 700 . Brush Residence Charles Sheffield House Cleveland Faucet Company Colonial Arcade Colonial Hotel Commercial Building Commercial Building for John Rust Commercial Building for Regency Investment CommercialBuilding for John Rust Crawford Block for King and Company D.607 29 510 633 510 .1 1906 1892 1892 1883 1888 1890 1897 . OH 44114 . Room 519 . completed in 1898 followed it. Allen Heard. Rockefeller Stables Johnson House Lakeside Hospital Nottingham Building addition Plain Dealer Building Reliance Electric & Engineering Residence of J.601 Lakeside Ave. William J. Brush. 1924 in Bethlehem. A son in Chicago and a daughter in Cleveland survived him. and the Rose Building. including the residence of Charles F. The Colonial Arcade and Hotel. He went into business with L. Smith was a 32nd degree Mason and a past grand commander of the Knights Templar.8 1924 Address 4312 3725 4803 706-8 530 501 .O. He was the architect of several Euclid Avenue mansions. George H.2 1242 805-13 2188 3920 216 1241 419-29 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Oberlin Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Salem Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH 1916 . was completed in 1900. the largest office building in Ohio. Smith is listed as a practicing architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1885 to 1893.801 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH OH Ohio OH Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished 1905 1890 1904 1906 1899 1239 401 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Horace B Smith Birth/Established: unknown Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Horace B. Pennsylvania. the Old Arcade. Summers Carpet Cleaning Double residence for Robert Boggis Dr. He is not listed in directories after 1893. Brooks Charles F. He was buried in Bethlehem. Cleveland Landmarks Commission .L.Biography: George Horatio Smith was born in Pennsylvania and moved to Cleveland in 1879. Pennsylvania at the home of his friend. His most significant work was in conjunction with John Eisenmann. Henderson Residence Frame dwelling on Sibley for Andrew Dall Globe Iron Works office Hickox Building Howell Hinds Residence John D. Brooks Rose Building Stewart Chisholm Residence Storefront addition to residence for Cleveland University of Medicine and Surgery Terrace The Arcade Three story commercial building for Benjamin Rose White Sewing Machine Company White Tool Building addition Date 1894 1883 1881 1894 1898 1896 1898 1897 1908 1896 1890 . He went into business for himself when Heard left Cleveland in 1881.4 725 . He went into a brief partnership with Joseph Daniels in 1888. In the 1880 City Directory he is listed as a draftsman with the firm of Heard & Smith. Thomas. son of Charles Heard. He died of appoplexy on April 8. Building List Structure Barn for T.

E.Buchtel College First Baptist Church First Congregational Church First M. Mark's Protestant Episcopal Church Date 1890 1888 1889 1890 1891 1890 1890 Address 5905 .E. He served on the Board of Education.Residential Building for Phillip Hart Frank R. He was also in favor of Prohibition. After finishing coursework he went into business in Columbia County. 1823 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 29. and was the originator of the Akron Plan for churches. Church First M. He made a specialty of church designs. OH 44114 . James Anglican Church St. He learned the trade while living at home. Pennsylvania. Church Methodist Episcopal Church Ohio Agricultural College Perkins High School Presbyterian Church Date nd nd 1892 nd 1887 nd nd nd nd nd 1886 nd nd nd 1881 1871 1879 nd nd nd 1873-5 1871 unk 1888 301 71 44 224 106 131 120 170 1 Address City Bradford Elyria Bedford Meadville Akron Akron Akron Akron Oil City Augusta Memphis Mechanicsburg Akron Akron Minneapolis Akron Meadville Newburg Akron Camden Painesville Columbus Akron Abbeville State PA Ohio OH PA Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio PA Georgis Tennessee Ohio Ohio Ohio Minnesota OH PA Ohio Ohio NJ Ohio Ohio Ohio SC Status Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Demolished Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Unknown unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Unknown Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Building List Structure Commercial . Jacob Snyder Birth/Established: March 12.E. Church German Reformed Church Grace Reformed Church Hennepin Avenue Methodist Church Hower House Huling Hall . Building List Structure Baptist Church Baptist Church Baptist Church Chatauqua Publishing House Crouse Gymnasium . was born in Columbia County. as a trustee of Portage Township.F.216-664-2531 178 of 210 .Allegheny College Insane Asylum J. Pennsylvania.601 Lakeside Ave. but switched political alliances during the Civil War becoming a Republican. where he took a general college course and theoretical course. Church First M. Sieberling Office M.L.E. Church First M. He was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church of Akron. Church First M.7 5712 2353 5603 1127 1681 4801 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Smith and Myer Birth/Established: 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1883 This architectural firm that was active in the 1880's included Albert Smith and Anthony Myers. Clements St. Room 519 .Cleveland. He was raised a Democrat. He moved to Akron in 1853 where he began business as a grocer. He went to Dickinson College in Carlisle. where he was superintendent of Sunday School for several years. 1890 Jacob Snyder. Two years later he was engaged in the contracting business and building and architecture.E. that included the church and radiating classrooms. In 1863 he formed a partnership in the lumber manufacturing business.Barn Residence for Harriet Benfield Residence for W.E. His father was a contractor and builder. He designed some buildings in Cleveland and outlying suburbs. an Akron-based architect. Hatfield Residence Patrol .

Cleveland. Paul's Episcopal Church Trinity Lutheran Church United Brethern Church Woodland Avenue Presbyterian School Date nd nd nd nd nd nd Address City Warsaw Lagrange Akron State Indiana Indiana Ohio Ohio PA Ohio Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Demolished 48 Akron New Brighton Cleveland Allen A Sogg Birth/Established: July 1. Building List Structure Apartments for Michael Cusomana Bath House addition Buckeye Brass and Manufacturing Commercial . His office was at 5713 Euclid Avenue.216-664-2531 179 of 210 . Room 519 . later moving to the Keith Building. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . 1894 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 25. Donovan Double Residence Double Residence for George Solovitz Edward Strory Residence Postal Station G Residence Residence Residence for Arthur and Florence Weisenberger Residence for J. California where he died in 1971. Shanderoff Rotkopf Brothers Dairy Sausage Factory Ten double residences for Effros and Witt Two family residence for Frank Volk West Side Carpet Cleaning Company Date 1917 1917 1918 1917 1917 1917 1928 1921 1929 1929 1922 1918 1922 1917 1917 1918 1929 4005 4005 10712 3605 3617 12722 3516 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Lakewood Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Euclid Heights Cleveland Cleveland Euclid Heights Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Address City Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished never built Standing Mary Spence Birth/Established: 1891 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Mary Spence was a Wisconsin-born architect. He was murdered over an argument about how to cut salami in his apartment at 7619 Lexington Avenue. 1971 Allen A.residential building for Mrs. He later moved to Los Angeles.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Adolph Sprackling Birth/Established: 1863 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1934 Adolph Sprackling was a Captain of the Cleveland Grays. Sogg was active as a Cleveland architect from 1917 with an office in the Hippodrome Building.Structure Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Church St. OH 44114 .A. She was one of the earliest female architects in Cleveland. From 1893 to 1897 he was a partner in the firm of Matzinger and Sprackling and later went into business for himself. From 1945 until 1960 he was advertised as Allen Sogg Housing Corporation.

and existed between 1894 and 1897. where he formed a partnership with Morris W.Residential Building for Adolph Oehlmann Commercial .12 2714 7017 .216-664-2531 180 of 210 . Cutler Residence for Henry Smith Residence for Samuel Campbell Thomas Johnson Residence Date 1894 1896 1896 1894 1894 1897 1895 1895 1896 1897 1896 1896 1897 1895 1895 1896 1897 1894 1896 2208 1631 1761 Address 1832 6507 7509 4408 . He moved to Youngstown in 1911. Ohio and graduated from the University of Illinois.Cleveland.3 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH Ohio OH OH OH Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio OH Status Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Edgar A Stanley Birth/Established: November 25.C.Office Building for Anthony Carlin Commercial .21 1456 1959 6818 4703 4703 7108 2177 1581 . Room 519 . Stanley was born in Ashtabula County.1903 1898 1905 1914 1905 1902 4306 863 1330 Address 4825-9 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Wickliffe Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Sprackling and Matzinger Birth/Established: 1894 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1897 This architectural firm was formed by Adolphus Sprackling and Paul Matzinger. OH 44114 . While in Cleveland he worked for Albert Skeel and Frank Barnum. Florida.Residential Building for Adolph Oehlmann Commercial Building for Charles Gentsch Commercial Building for Flynn.L.Building List Structure Commercial Building for George L.601 Lakeside Ave. 1882 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1944 Edgar A. He initially worked in Cleveland and resided on West 105th Street. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission .12 4401 . with whom he continued to practice until the mid -1920's. Abel & Froelh Frank Suhr Residence Henry Dreher Residence Henry Grotenrath Residence John Jacoby Residence John Jacoby Residence Louis Schnell Residence Otto Moser Residence Residence for Alfred Abbott Residence for Dr. Neale Residence for Mary H. Hecher E. DeMooy Residence Five suite brick terrace Hotel Euclid Moffett Residence Residence for E. O’Brien Building) The Ashley Apartment House Date 1903 1910 1904 1902 . In 1930 he moved to Winter Park. Walker Rose Building annex (P. E. S. Scheibel. The firm designed a number of Queen Anne style houses throughout the city. Building List Structure Bernard Sullivan Residence Charles Reinhart Residence Commercial .

He moved to St. He was a partner in the firm of Garfield. Engineer and Builder". Russert Residence Frank X. F.Cleveland.Brown. Russert Residence J.A/Lewis T. Abram Garfield.N. He moved to Washington. Stanley . Harris & Robinson from 1930-1934.H. Room 519 . Ohio. 1878 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 13.Fairview Lakewood Date nd 1907 nd nd nd 1907 1908 1910 1907 nd 1909 1906 1907 nd 1908 1910 1907 1910 nd 1909 1914 1914 1917 1907 nd nd nd nd 1427 Lakewood Ohio 42 1513 18520 13443 1453-5 13980 16304 1431 10516 2260 6303 1848 11306-10 16017 Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Berea Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 17432 Address City East Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Heil Dr. Building List Structure Albert Keederle Residence Apartment building for G. A number of his houses were built in Lakewood. Henry Residence . Hayes Residence E. He moved to Cleveland in 1920 and began to work with his uncle. Seidel Residence Otto K. Bassicher Commercial building for Mr. Staph was born in Pittsburgh. Haskins Benjamin L. He was active as a Cleveland architect from 1905 to 1917. Garfield. Heil Block F. later moving with his parents to New York City. Otto K Stapf Birth/Established: April 17.Brown was a grandson of President James A.E.Structure City Hospital Edgar Stanley Residence Madison School Medbury Building Realty Office Building YWCA Date 1913 1908 1915 Nd 1921 nd Address City Youngstown State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Unknown Standing Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 1270 Cleveland Youngstown Youngstown Youngstown Youngstown Rudolph Stanley .S. He designed residential and commercial buildings. Petersburg. Rouse Residence Broadway Warehouse Charles Haas Residence Commercial building for J.E.216-664-2531 181 of 210 . The article noted that he was one of the pioneers in the use of reinforced concrete. OH 44114 . Walk Commercial Residential Building Cottage for E.K. He was born in Mentor. D. 1962 Otto K. Andmire Residence E. Wenickle S.601 Lakeside Ave. Kushman Residence East Cleveland Six suite apartment for O. He first studied at Yale University and later studied architecture at Columbia University. Hahn Residence La Rosa Apartments O.H.C in 1936.H. In 1910 he lived at 1931 Northland in Lakewood and in 1920 at 1663 Northland in Lakewood. Staph Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence for H. Florida in 1924 where he died in 1962. Stapf Store and apartments for E. Gormsen Commercial Building J.E. It also featured several photographs of houses that he designed in Craftsman and Colonial Revival styles. An article on his works appeared in the June 1912 edition of the "Ohio Architect.Brown Birth/Established: 1890 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1944 Rudolph Stanley . Geist Residence for J.

Hartz Residence for M.601 Lakeside Ave. Marie Roumanian Greek) Hotel (5 stories) E.C. Perry Double Residence Addition to apartment house for Charles Louth Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment building for J. He was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1903 until 1916. Nims Date Nd c 1895 1907 1905 Nd 1907 1910 1907 1905 1905-6 1905 1906 1906 1906 10816 10816 4503-11 1727 4729 1719 81 6201 Address City Findlay Norwalk Cleveland Cleveland Findlay Norwalk Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing George H Steffens Birth/Established: 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1928 George H.R. He had offices in the Superior Building and later in the Schofield Building.C. Brown The Atchison Apartments The Mitchell Apartments for C.H.M.Structure Date Address City State Status Charles R Stedman Birth/Established: 1859 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1946 Charles R. Room 519 . Building List Structure Glass Block Glass Block Holy Resurrection Russian Orthodox (St.Cleveland. Building List Structure A.R. H. Newson (from 1915 to 1917). Steffens. J. Steffens & Steffens (from 1912 to 1914). Rosa Miekel The Abigail Apartments for E. Searles & Hirsh (from 1897 to 1901). Edwards Apartment Building fro Messers. a member of the American Institute of Architects. Before coming to Cleveland he was in the contracting business in Minneapolis. Lawrence Residence for F. Taber Residence for Dr.9th near Superior Proposal for hotel and opera house Remodeling of Residence for T. He was born in Cleveland and was employed in the office of Edward Schwabe. Steffens was a well-known architect in the city. Leo & Andrews Central School Charles Brandt Residence Clements Apartment Date 1904 1907 1903 1903 1904 1905 1905 1905 1906 1905 1905 1907 1903 nd 6914 1833 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Amherst Cleveland State Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 182 of 210 . whom he succeeded in business in 1892. and a young man of practical experience. He worked for several different firms including Steffens & Searles (from 1896 to 1897). OH 44114 . and Steffens & Steffens (from 1915 until 1923). Horton Residence for Marcus Norton Terrace for Mrs. Stedman was a Connecticut-born architect and building contractor. C.

residential. Forrester Terrace for Mrs.E. He was the Treasurer of the John H. Paul Stockbridge Apartments Stores and apartments for Mrs. B. Jager Terrace for T. Coontz Residence F. An April 23. which he founded.216-664-2531 183 of 210 .N. Anderson. Farren Residence Date 1904 1907 1910 1904 1894 1902 nd 1893 1893 1902 1906 1911 1911 1894 1894 1904 1906-7 1905 1905 1909 1905 1905 1904 1905 1908 1904 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished 1738-49 Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland 1666 1800 11720 4748 1516 3328 4903 7616-22 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 1850-60 Cleveland East Cleveland 7507 .C.13 Cleveland East Cleveland Elyria Cleveland John F Steffens Birth/Established: 1880 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1943 John F. From 1932 until 1939 he was a member of the firm of Steffens & Fox. Emde Swaine's Antidote Syndicate Tenement Terrace Terrace 18 suites for George Hausheer Terrace for A. Weidemann Residence John Faust Residence L. They designed commercial. He returned to Cleveland where he was a member in the firm of Steffens & Steffens with his brother George between 1912 and 1914 and between 1915 and 1923. He was an assistant to Graham. Brunnel Residence Frame com/res building George McMillan Residence Hough Banking & Trust J. Steffens was a native Clevelander. J. Holmden Terrace on Garfield Court Theodore Robenson Residence W.Adler Warehouse Residence for Edward W. Cleveland Landmarks Commission .4 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Standing Standing Steffens & Searles Birth/Established: 1896 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1897 Steffens & Searles were in business in the last decade of the 19th century. He went to Columbia University where he received a degree in Architecture.Structure Commercial Building Commercial Building for J. Bidwell Residence J.A. OH 44114 . Probst and White.J. The firm made a specialty of apartment buildings and French flat buildings (now known as terraces). Adams Dr. Duckwitz Stores and Tenements for F.C. and apartment buildings.52 3201 2800 . 1925 1908 1930 Address 7901 840 . Building List Structure Hough Banking and Trust Huron Ninth Building Miller Block The Berimore Apartments Date nd.C. Room 519 .E.601 Lakeside Ave. Newson Company from 1915 until 1917. Rosa Miekel Terrace for O.F.Cleveland. 1896 "Plain Dealer" article states that the firm designed the first French flat building in the city.

C.601 Lakeside Ave.216-664-2531 184 of 210 .H.S. Steffens. Webb Residence for J. Webb Residence for J. Tater Residence for E.S. Ulmer Date 1917 1907 1918 1916 1913.Building List Structure Apartment house for P.141 Realty Commercial Building for the Williamson Company Holy Family Church and School Hruby Conservatory Leroy Davenport Residence Marvin Bacon Residence Residence Residence for Dr. 1923 1917 1917 1915 1917 1917 1917 1918 1917 1914 1917 1917 1917 1918 916 1985 13205 5415 2221 10111 2256 Address 1859 2329 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Steffens. Kofron Residence for Dr.Cleveland. W.7 4312 4304 455 4939 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Bellevue Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland es Hawley State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Steffens and Steffens Birth/Established: 1912 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1923 This architectural firm included brothers George H. Keevan Bohemian National Hall Branch Library E. They designed the Clinton Apartments on Clinton Avenue and the Heyse Apartment Building on Franklin Circle.C.A. Weideman Residence Pearl Street Savings and Loan Residence for Christ Gaiser Residence for Hannah Folson Tenement for P.W. Room 519 .J.Clair –E. several of which are still standing.R. Searles & Hirsh was active in Cleveland in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Kewau Date nd 1896-7 1896 nd 1896 1896 nd nd 1896 1897 1896 1896 2543 .H. Building List Structure Apartments Clement Terrace Commercial Building for St. Clark Date 1900 1899 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Status Demolished Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . They became known for their many middle class apartment buildings. Siller Residence Edward Wiebenson Residence H. Carnahan Residence for J. Building List Structure Apartments for Charles Stewart Apartments for F. OH 44114 . Bidwell Residence J. Stahl Residence J.L.C. Asker Residence for J.W. Steffens and John F. Webb Residence for John Steffens Residence for W.H.S. Searles & Hirsh Birth/Established: 1897 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1901 Steffens.A.

Florida later in life where he died in 1966. Stickle's firm was founded in Erie. 1963. He was a member of the firm of Fuller and Stickle from 1923 until 1928.M.A.Cleveland. He moved to St. His main interest was in ecclesiastical architecture.Structure Apartments for Griffin Hill Apartments for SW McKenzie Realty Apartments for the Cleveland Improvement Company Augusta Apartments Broadway Savings and Loan Company Center School Clinton Apartment Building Commercial building Commercial Building for Joseph DiTirro Cuyahoga Telephone Company Exchange E. Wright Light Factory for M.1952 Address 2459 450 City Cleveland South Buffalo State Ohio NY Status Standing Standing Stickle Associates Birth/Established: 1952 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1966 This was an architectural firm that included father Ray Stickle and son Robert Stickle.N Griffin and W.A. Building List Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Bradley Residence for M.A. In 1964 his firm employed over sixty employees and won an award from the Chamber of Commerce from the City of New York . Malachi Church St. Augustine.A. Janes Residence Genesee Savings & Bank Company Henry Kuhlmeier Residence Heyse Apartment Building J. Bradley Residence for M.Borough of Queens. He moved to Cleveland in 1945. Thomas Aquinas Church Date 1945 1949 .216-664-2531 185 of 210 . Building List Structure St.A. The firm took this name after John Sherwood Kelly left the firm. Reese Residence Lafayette Apartments for W. The firm's office was located at 2422 Prospect Avenue. Pennsylvania in 1916. Bradley Riverside Cemetery Porte Cochere for Receiving Vault Rutherglen Apartments for John C. He was awarded citations for church architecture in 1962.A. Williams West School Date 1899 1900 1900 1898 1899 1899 1898 1896 1900 1900 1899 1901 1899 1897 1898 1899 1899 1899 1900 1896 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1898 1899 1899 Address City State Status Unknown Cleveland Cleveland 2473 5451 1470 3607 5405 12511-3 1747 1933 8115 8902 1673-81 2711 8818-24 2142 1868 2624 1947 1949 1953 1957 1961 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3803 1351 Cleveland Lakewood Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished George W Stickle Birth/Established: 1892 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1966 George W. Room 519 . and 1964.H.601 Lakeside Ave. White Ohio Savings and Loan Company Residence for John Beck Residence for M. OH 44114 . Bradley Residence for M. Bradley Residence for M. Bradley New Amsterdam Apartments for S.J.

Kelly and Stickle Birth/Established: 1945 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1952 This was an architectural firm that included Ray Stickle. He was President of the Cleveland Architectural Club and a member of the Cleveland chapter of the American Institute of Architects. For several years his office was in the 1900 Euclid Building.Structure Chanel High School Jennings Hall for the Ambulatory Aged Little Sisters of the Poor Mater Christi High School Ohio Turnpike Administration Building Our Lady of Mt. Jerome's Catholic Church St.216-664-2531 186 of 210 . the Knights Templar.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Our Lady of Peace Church St. Carmel Parma City Hall St. the Woodward and Heights Masonic Temples). Joseph's High School St.8 Address 12503 18491 18491 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH OH Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Frederic William Striebinger Birth/Established: 1870 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1941 Frederic William Striebinger was born in Cleveland and educated at Columbia University and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Nicholas of Tolentine Roman Catholic Church St. Joseph's High School Technical School St. An artist. he was a member of the Cleveland Art Club and Watercolor society. Pius X School Date 1955 1959 1960 1954 1955 1957 1960 1952 1952 1964 1960 Address 480 10204 4291 Crescent and 21st 682 29840 6611 6750 1500 14100 8022 371 City Bedford Garfield Heights Highland Heights New York City Berea Wickliffe Parma Parma Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland New York City Bedford State Ohio Ohio Ohio New York Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio NY Ohio Status Standing unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Stickle. and Christian Science churches. Anthony of Padua Church and School St. Mary of Czestochowa Church St.residential building and bowling alley for Leisy Brewery Commercial Building Commercial/residential building Commission House Conrad Mizer Memorial Date 1899 1899 1910 1901 1924 1905 1899 1910 818-20 2023-5 2491 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . and the remodeling of St. He died in his home at 2049 East 96th Street after an illness of several months. John's Cathederal. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. John Sherwood Kelly and Robert Stickle. He was the architect of the several local hospitals. He was also a member of the Scottish Rite Masons. The firm designed several Roman Catholic churches.Cleveland. OH 44114 . Williams Catholic Church and School Date 1951 1950 1951 1947 . Our Lady of Mercy in Tremont. that included St. Building List Structure Apartment house for Isaaac Rich Cleveland Gesangverain Club House (House of Wills) Collinwood School Fire Memorial Commercial . Masonic temples-including the Pythian Castle (now Prince Hall Masonic Temple). Joseph's High School St. The firm's office was located at 2422 Prospect Avenue. Room 519 . Williams in Euclid. and a number of clubs in Cleveland.

He was active as either a draftsman or architect for several years. Building List Structure Industrial building for Charles King and Birdie King Bishop Residence for Henry Cody Residence for Henry Cody Date 1924 1899 1890 Address 7512 1433 1437 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH OH Status Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Building List Structure Commercial Building for Herman Stuhr German Evangelical Church of South Brooklyn Residence for George Pollitz 1901 Date 1916 Address 10003-5 4420 2122 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Herbert Swigart Birth/Established: 1864 Biography: Death/Disolved: June 12. Tremaine Residence Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Bridge over Lake Avenue Leonard Schlather Residence Lyric Theater Nurse's Home Pythian Castle Residence Residence for B. Talmadge Residence William Coates House Woodward Masonic Temple (later Call and Post) Date nd 1909 1910 . while his sons ran the Bohm . Parker Residence German Hospital Harry Coulby Residence (Wickliffe City Hall) Heights Masonic Temple Henry A. Chapman S. He lived at 5911 Detroit Avenue.216-664-2531 187 of 210 .C. C.Structure Dr. Room 519 .2 nd 1912 .B. 1947 Herbert Swigart grew up in Richfield Township. Luke's Hospital Third Church of Christ Scientist Warehouse on Broadway West Virginia Apartments Western Reserve Club House Willam C.4 nd nd nd 1917 1907 1899 1917 1917 1913 1901 1916 1907 1906 1904 1904 1913 1924 1902 1907 Address City Shaker Heights State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown 3303 28730 Cleveland Willoughby 3001 Cleveland Heights Ohio Standing Demolished Cleveland Cleveland 41 1624 1820-2 Akron Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2424 7414 7710 6606 3648 1830-40 2164 2274 3300 1949 Shaker Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Herman F Stuhr Birth/Established: 1840 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1916 Herman F. Wright Residence Second Church of Christ Scientist Second Church of Christ Scientist St.Cleveland. He lived at 1289 Holmden Avenue in the Tremont neighborhood.D. In 1906 he had an office in the Rose Building. moving to 18210 Olympia Road in the Euclid . Stuhr was a German-born lumber dealer who was also the architect of several buildings. Hinig Residence for Dr.Stuhr Lumber Company at 6325 Broadway.601 Lakeside Ave. OH 44114 .Green neighborhood of Cleveland by 1920.

Taylor & Cahill. He was a member of the firms of Fulton and Taylor and Fulton. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He died at the age of sixty-seven and is buried in Calvary Cemetery. He moved to Cleveland in 1900. Lawrence Church St. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building for David Feder Apartment Store Buckeye Building Cathedral of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Commercial Building for Koch and Henke Episcopal Residence Four Story addition to Koch & Henkes Store Franciscans Church Frost Wire Fence John Fraser Residence John Stuber Residence Prospect Building Remodeled house and terrace Residence for W. He was a partner with I. Their offices were on the fourth floor of the Electric Building.Structure Residence for Henry Cody Date 1890 Address 1439-41 City Cleveland State OH Status Standing Alvanis Sylvanus Birth/Established: 1894 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1968 Alvanis Sylvanus was born in Chicago. Tenbush moved his office to the Rose Building. which he headed for several years. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status William R Taylor Birth/Established: 1884 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1964 William R. He was a member of Delta Upsilon Fraternity.H.216-664-2531 188 of 210 . He is buried in Lake View Cemetery.Cleveland. In the 1890's he worked as a draftsman and then architect in Duluth. He was active in Cleveland from 1920 until 1927. later specializing in commercial design.601 Lakeside Ave. After that firm dissolved in 1901. Gebhard A Tenbusch Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1933 Gerhard A. He lived at 1854 East 79th Street and had an office in the Buckeye Building. Room 519 . Tenbusch specialized in church architecture in the early years of his career. and Sleepy Hollow Country Club. Initially he worked as an architect and later entered real estate. Vernon Hill by 1899.Heils Smith Bedstead Company St. Tenbusch was born in Germany and came to America at the age of seventeen. OH 44114 . Taylor was born in Cleveland and was educated at Western Reserve University and Case School of Applied Science. Paul Croatian Church Swedish Lutheran Church Date 1901 1905 1905 1901 1906 1893-6 1901 1906 1893-6 1901 1901 1901 1892 1903 1910 1905 1901 1901 1902 1903 1901 1369 7505 1602 1821 1040 2084 201 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Duluth Sheridan Cleveland Duluth Cleveland Wichita Welland Duluth Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Minnesota Wyoming Ohio Minnesota Ohio Kansas Ontario Minnesota Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He formed the Estates and Investment Company. the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. He died in Los Angeles at the age of seventy-four. Minnesota. maintaining a relationship with Hill who remained in Duluth until 1901. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect.

Building List Structure Storage Building Date 1906 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Status Demolished Charles Edmund Tousley Birth/Established: 1864 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1924 Charles Edmund Tousley was born in Brunswick and moved to the village of Brooklyn Centre. He later was the architect for several Cleveland Telephone Company Buildings. In a 1964 interview with Richard Campen he said that the new buildings in Cleveland . In his early career he was the editor of the "Cuyahogan". Hyre Residence Alteration to Mary Deland Residence Apartment Building for Ashby & Turnbull Date 1899 1907 1901 Address 3325 3815 3543 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Richardson in 1903 and then was in business by himself. After graduation he went to work in the New York office of Cass Gilbert. He was a partner with Edward A. a Cleveland-based publication that chronicled building activity in the city. From Brooklyn Centre he moved to the east side. Building List Structure Alonzo E. In 1908 he formed the partnership with Carl Howell in Columbus. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Architecture where he was a roommate with Carl Howell. He later became a draftsman for George J.Structure Tenements and stores for J.the Erieview Tower. and that they disturbed him. were engineering not architecture. William Thomas was born in West Pittston. before moving to Elbur Avenue in Lakewood. William Thomas Birth/Established: 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1973 J. Minnesota in 1899. and terraces. He predicted that they would be obsolete in ten years. Thomas originally lived in Shaker Heights. He retired in 1955. Room 519 . the East Ohio Gas Building and the Illuminating Building. Lewis W Thomas Birth/Established: 1868 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Lewis W.601 Lakeside Ave. In 1905 he lived in the Pelton Apartments in Tremont and later moved to Warren Road in Lakewood. Thomas was an active Cleveland architect from 1903 to 1917. where he lived on East 55th Street and East 61st Street. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect with offices at 3868 Carnegie Avenue.B. OH 44114 .216-664-2531 189 of 210 . Michigan in the 1920 and 1930 census.Cleveland. He left Cleveland in 1917. He was a member of the Greater Cleveland Growth Association and a president of the Cleveland chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Pennsylvania. Early in his career as an architect he designed several homes along Archwood and Denison avenues in the Brooklyn Centre neighborhood. He and Hardway were the editors and publishers of the "American Builder". Building List Structure Endion Passenger Depot St. He was living in Flint. 1924. He died of Bright's Discease on June 23. George's Church St. and is buried in Royalton Cemetery. Vernon Hill. Hardway. apartment buildings. moving to Hudson in 1941. Matthews Church Walter Turle House Date 1899 1901 1900 1899 1401 3256 2216 Address City Duluth Cleveland Cleveland Duluth State Minnesota Ohio Ohio Minnesota Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing J. Gebhardt Union Building Date 1906-7 1913 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing 1828-44 Cleveland Tenbusch and Hill Birth/Established: 1899 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1901 Tenbush and Hill were an architectural firm that had been founded in Duluth. The principles were Gebhard Tenbush and I.

E. Auld Jr.Structure Apartment Building for Dr. Pratt Residence Mission House for Presbyterian Society Nancy Tousley Residence Office for T. George Farnsworth Residence Dr.A.601 Lakeside Ave. William Ebersole Residence F. Rodefer Residence Residence Addition for D.33 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 3219 1894 2600 235 2128 1567-77 3303 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Bucyrus Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lake Chautauqua 3201 2804 7029 7511 Cleveland Bellaire Cleveland Cleveland Bedford Cleveland Cleveland Heights Lakewood 3100 4401-17 11835 7517 500 4603 . Room 519 . Wardell Residence First Baptist Church George Zottman Residence Giffhorn Terrace Guernsey Apartment Building built for Ebeneezer. Turnbull Barn for Cleveland Telephone Company Cleveland City Mission Society Church Cleveland Disciples Union Church Cleveland Nickel Works Cleveland Telephone Company Cleveland Telephone Company Cleveland Telephone Company Cleveland Telephone Company Commercial .J. Sinai Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. 1936 Bloodgood Tuttle was born in Chicago and was educated at the University of Chicago. OH 44114 . Hennessey Residence for Hazel Hennessey Residence for Weldon Davis Sabina Terrace Stable for William Grief Stephen Ashby Residence Store additions for Auld & Couger Terrace Thomas Callaghan Residence Weldon Davis Residence Date 1905 1904 1901 1900 1898 1901 1903 1899 1899 1900 1897 1904 1899 1906 1908 1904 1895 1909 1904 1899 1904 1907 1897 1907 1897 1899 1907 1895 1917 1917 1906 1906 1896 1895 1894 1906 1905 1895 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio NY Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished never built Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing 3107 7512 1949 9902-6 2026 6133-7 3026 2016 2136 3829 .Cleveland.E. Residence for Dr.216-664-2531 190 of 210 . Follansbee Residence for Ebeneezer Adams Residence for F.25 3515 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Bloodgood Tuttle Birth/Established: 1880 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 24. Corlett Apartment Building for Frank Hohlfelder Apartment Building for P. He began practice in Detroit and moved to Cleveland in 1920. Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Residential for Adam Kroehle Commercial Residential Building Dr.H. one group of five on Van Aken near Southington Road and another group of four on Van Aken west of Parkland Drive. Ashby Gustave Kroehle Residence H. He was retained by the Van Sweringen Brothers to build two groups of demonstration homes in Shaker Heights. He died in Mt. He lived at 1944 East 75th Street.

Gray Residence Date 1925-6 1923-4 1929 1926 nd 1929 1925-6 1922 1927 1929 1930 1923 1924 1924 1924 Nd 1930 1927-8 1924 . OH 44114 . He came to the United States in 1891 at the age of eighteen. Peter's Roman Catholic Church Weizer Block Date 1906 1915 Nd 1906 1922-6 1904 1907 1916 1907 1917 1918-22 1907 nd 1904-7 Nd nd 1906 1905-6 nd 1913 3146 227 425 8937 9508 1200 2908 202 1599 4007 9016 8021-3 Address 8802 9600 315 3398 City Cleveland Cleveland Carey Cleveland Lackawanna Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Brooklyn Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Superior Lorain Olean Marietta Cleveland Wellston Steubenville Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio New York OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Wisconsin Ohio New York Ohio Ohio NY Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Joseph Orphan Home St. He was educated at the Ecole Fenelon. and the Ecole des Beaux Arts. Nicholas. the Lycee St. Elizabeth's Hungarian Church St.216-664-2531 191 of 210 . In 1900 he was a lodger in the Charles Stanley Residence. 2150 East 22nd Street. Francis Chapel Sterling W. Barbara Rectory St. Mary of the Angels Church St.5 114 18585 16650 3624 18850 18405 18419 2543 10416 3105 Cleveland Midland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights University Heights Akron Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Ohio Michigan Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 1335 Address 19100 18850 City Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Emile Uhlrich Birth/Established: March 28. Initally he was a partner with Godfrey Fugman from 1899 to 1904 and then formed a short-lived partnership with Harry Cone in 1905. Building List Structure National Hall for the Slovanian Association Nativity of Blessed Virgin Church Our Lady of Consulation Church Our Lady of Lourdes School Our Lady of Victory Basilica Church Residence St. Mary's Church St. 1873 Biography: Death/Disolved: Unknown Emile Uhlrich was born in Epinal.601 Lakeside Ave. Room 519 . Alderfer Residence William Brownlee Alexander Residence William F. He was naturalized on January 23. Andrew's Church St. Elizabeth's Hall St. He was active as an architect in Cleveland from 1898 to 1923. Ladislaus Church St. Barbara's Church and School St. France. 1900.Building List Structure Fred Fishback Residence Harold Alexander Residence Herman Hersch Residence James Murray Residence Krieger Office Building Kroger Warehouse Midland County Courthouse Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Residence Samuel Hartman Residence St. Michael' School St. John the Baptist School St.Cleveland. He left Cleveland after 1923. Paul and Peter's Church St.

Residential Building for Geroge Engert Commercial . Philemon Church.T. 1920. he designed the Gothic Revival style Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Building List Structure A.Residential Building for Anna Wandel Commercial .216-664-2531 192 of 210 . In 1935 he was appointed construction engineer at the Parsons Engineering Company. Later in life he was associated with I.Cleveland. In 1880 he was a draftsman with the firm of Heard and Smith and by 1885 was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories. on the west side. two years for W. and then to 2713 Woodbridge Street. He never married and was a member of St. He resided at 1252 East 80th Street. a member of First Congregational Church. who later practiced in Lancaster.20 1928 1915 2315 1879-1887 1655 418 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland OH OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH OH OH OH OH OH Address City State Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission . later moving to Pearl Road. Ohio and was educated in Cleveland Public Schools.R. Platten Apartment Building for Ludwig Retz Apartment House for Mrs. Van De Velde was the architect of several significant ecclesiastical buildings for the Roman Catholic diocese in the last decade of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th century. Later he was employed with the Northern Blower Company.9 7033 7921 . Mary Montpelier Apartments Apartments for Louis Retz Commercial . and a Republican. In 1916 he became supervising engineer with William Sly & Company. Wenceslas Church.A. Room 519 .Residential Building for Leisy Brewing Commercial . and with contractor J.7 10809 . He died in 1948 at St.Charles Uthe Birth/Established: 1878 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1948 Charles Uthe was born in North Amherst.3 3002 10115 . OH 44114 . Vincent's Hospital Adolph and Julius Pletcher Block Alexander Gunn Residence Alteration of dwelling to store Apartment Building (16 suites) for M. In 1885 he had a short-lived partnership with Vincent Wyss. Stephen's School Addition to St.Residential Building for August Theurer Commercial . and St. Frary. He began work as an architect in 1898 at the National Electric Lamp Company. He supervised the drawing and sketches of old homes and monuments throughout Ohio. He worked for Granger & Meade for five years.Residential Building for Ludwig Retz Date 1890 1890 1895 . Ohio. Reaugh & Son. He was raised on China Street. Vincent Charity Hospital and was buried in Youngstown. St. Watterson. He was a member of the Cleveland Architectural Club. Zedler Residence Addition to St. Meade & Garfield for four years.6 1890 nd 1894 1904 1903 1894 1899 1889 1891 1896 1889 1893 1889 1899 1889 1936 5403-17 2135-9 2135 .11 9218 . He died of cancer on October 24.Residential building for George Sell Commercial . Michael's Roman Catholic Church. Notably. Building List Structure Commercial Building Neal Terrace West Park Congregational Church Date 1904 1906 1905 8811 3909 Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Demolished Bernard Van De Velde Birth/Established: 1854 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1920 Bernard Van De Velde was the son of Dutch-born parents.601 Lakeside Ave.Residential Building for John Schuster Commercial . staff member of the Cleveland Museum of Art.P.

5 1898 1903 1891 1892 1893 1897 1890 1891 1893 1904 1890-2 1885-6 1892 1900 Address 1316 3230 9912 6115 1898 7607 4451 9719 11200 1429 8328 103 45 2680 4129 1581 16160 1920-8 2522 7252 1928 1508 3393 1556 2508 1936 3700 11206 4315-7 1573 1602 1609 2207 1936 4129 33 1920 3515 731 2333 8000 2486 14808 2506 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Port Clinton Willoughby Avon Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shelby Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Agnes Church St. Bridget's School St. Sidley Residence Sacred Heart of St.Cleveland.216-664-2531 193 of 210 . Adalbert School St. Joseph Convent St.Structure Commercial . Catherine School addition Date 1895 1894 1909 1888 1892 1890 1894 1888 nd 1896 1893 1902 nd 1885-6 1891 1889 nd 1888 1890 1891 1889 1894 1891 1890 1890 1889 1892 1891 1912 1890 1889 1892 . Augustine's Convent St.W. Sanders Residence for Henry Krosen Residence for James Rochford Residence for James Rochford Residence for James Rochford Residence for Mrs Mary Ann Wilshaw Residential Building for Ludwig Reitz Rev. Mary's Sacristry addition to St.3 1894 . Cassimir Church and School St. Mary School Immaculate Conception Rectory James Rochford Residence John Heiser Residence John Meckes Dry Goods Store John Metzger Residence John O'Donnell Residence Louis Retz Commercial -Residential Building Margaret Mulhern Residence Our Lady of Lourdes Church Peter Carroll Residence Rectory for St.R. Room 519 .Residential Building for Peter Carroll Commercial Building for Charles Sauer Commercial Building for Chritopher Hoflich Commercial Building for John G. Sanford Residence Gen D.S. A. Bridget Roman Catholic Church Residence Residence for Edward Hrabk Residence for Elizabeth Bertrand Residence for Fred A. OH 44114 . Augustine Parish House St.601 Lakeside Ave. Mueller Commercial Building for Jonathan Goetz David Jones Residence Entertainment building addition for Svornosh Katalocka Society F. Stephen Roman Catholic Church Saloon and tenement for Patrick O’Donnell Sisters of St. Caldwell Residence Henry Fischer Residence Holy Name Pastoral Residence Immaculate Conception Church Immaculate Conception Church Immaculate Conception of St.

Stephens School and Teachers Residence St. Waite was living in Akron in 1920 and in Warren in 1930. Mary's Church remodeling St. 1929 Plain Dealer. Room 519 .4 2710 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Frederick Herbert Vogel Birth/Established: 1869 Biography: Death/Disolved: October 20. 1880 Death/Disolved: 1933 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Mary' Pastoral Residence St. Joseph's Church St. and as a carpenter in the 1895 directory. Van DeVelde Two story store and auditorium for Joseph Slezak and Thomas Kurtz William Kees Residence Date 1888 1888 1877 1891-5 1892 nd nd nd 1890 1903 1896 1889 1892 -9 1890 1894 1890 nd 1888 1915 1904 1889 Address 1031 5828 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished 14316 151 145 708 3401 1930 1913-9 Cleveland Cleveland Wakeman Berea Grafton Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 666-70 3291-5 5219 9719 1296 800 . 1896 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 4. Zedler Thomas Goodwillie Residence Thomas Sanford Residence Two family residence for H. Building List Structure Jacob Vogel Residence James Flegerty Residence John C. 1941 Frederick Herbert Vogel was listed as a carpenter in the 1890 City Directory. Joseph's Church St. where he served on the Board of Education for forty years and as a councilman for two years.J. Mary's Church remodeling St. He died in Collier County. Building List Structure Date Address City State Status Lyman Walker Birth/Established: April 22. when he was responsible for many churches and schools. OH 44114 . Florida in 1983. Schauck Residence John Ryder Residence Date nd nd nd nd Address City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Unknown Standing Unknown Standing Corwin A Waite Birth/Established: July 12. Wenceslaus Church Store and apartments for Max Cohen Store and dwelling for Chas Sauer Store and dwellings for A. 1983 Corwin A.Structure St. Mary's Church remodeling St. His design for the house at 11115 Edgewater Drive was featured in the April 14. Patrick's School St. as an architect in the 1892 and 1894 City Directories. He later identified himself as a builder. Stephen's Church Rectory additions and alterations St. Philemon Church St. He moved to 4881 Tiedemann Road in Brooklyn.601 Lakeside Ave. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church and School St.Cleveland. John's Cathedral School St.216-664-2531 194 of 210 .

A. Augustus Farm Buildings Albert W.Cleveland. In Cleveland he worked for architect J. Smith Chemical Engineering Building Alliance Bank Building alteration Alliance Houses: eighty nine houses by the Bureau of Industrial Housing and Transportation of the US Department of Labor Alterations to the Osborn Building Alwyn C. The firm designed the Cleveland Public Library and Cleveland Board of Education in the group plan of public buildings. He worked in the office of Guy Lowell in Boston. He attended the University of Cincinnati. He also studied in Paris and Italy. 1949 Frank Walker was born in Pittsfield. In the 1920's they had a staff that numbered sixty. He moved to Cleveland in 1921. and Michigan State College. He served as a lieutenant colonel and was attached to the Officers Reserve Corps. 1877 Biography: Death/Disolved: July 9. Brooks Residence Astronomical Observatory for Case School of Applied Science Date 1918 1938 1922 1918 504 Address City Hunting Valley Cleveland Alliance State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing 1919 1914 1912 1917 1916-7 1914 1926 1914 1923 1916 1917 2638 11936 240 37125 108 Cleveland East Cleveland Swantow Cleveland Cleveland Hunting Valley Shaker Heights East Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Heights Ohio Ohio China Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . In 1911 Walker and Harry E. OH 44114 . Kentucky at age ten. He returned to the United States in 1902 and went to work in Omaha. Ohio and moved to Covington. Carnegie Tech. He specialized in the design of apartment buildings. Stephen's Episcopal Church West Shore Apartments Date 1930 1930 1928 unk 1929 1929 1910 1929 212 Address 2968 2980 9829 10017 10507 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Rocky River Covington Lakewood State Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Kentucky Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Frank Walker Birth/Established: September 29. Weeks formed the architectural firm of Walker & Weeks. Building List Structure A. Milton Dyer. Frank Walker died in 1949. Howard Horn and Frank Rhinehart operated the successor firm which became known as Horn & Reinhart in 1953. later working in New York City and Pittsburgh.216-664-2531 195 of 210 .Biography: Lyman Walker was born in Zanesville. then Detroit and Cincinnati. Ernst Residence American Baptist Mission American Express Company Garage Ames Company Alterations Andrew Squire Farm Barn Apartment Building for Lee-More Company Apartment Building for Lester Jacobson Armen Tashijan Residence Arthur D. He went to work in the office of Cincinnati architect Samuel Hannaford where he worked for three years. He wrote numerous articles for trade publications. In 1900 he entered government employment as assistant supervising architect of the military occupation of Cuba. Walker and Weeks Birth/Established: 1911 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1953 Walker and Weeks was established in 1911. returning to Covington in 1904. He worked in Florida. before moving to Cleveland in 1905. however the firm continued in business until 1953. Locally they were also the architects of the Federal Reserve Bank and Severance Hall. Massachusetts and graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.601 Lakeside Ave. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Edgewater Park Manor Apartments Hampton House Lake West Apartments Residence St. During World War I he served as a combat pilot. The firm also designed several bank buildings in Cleveland and throughout the region. Room 519 .

Structure Athens National Bank Renovation Automatic Sprinkler Company Office Building B. Jackson Store Alteration Capitol National Bank Caxton Building Addition and Alteration Central High Level Bridge Central National Bank Central Savings and Trust Central Savings and Trust Building Central Savings and Trust Company Building Alterations Central United National Bank Charles F.R.E. Room 519 .216-664-2531 196 of 210 . Lang Residence Charles H. Maher Residence C. Baker Building Ball Building Alteration Bank and Office Building for Reeves Realty Bank Building for Oglesby and Barnitx Bellefontaine Building and Loan Benedict Crowell Residence Bill Davidson Residence Billings Residence Bingham Company Warehouse Black River Bridge Bond Store Brink's Building Brink's Incorporated Buckeye Cycle Building Alteration Building for Upper Euclid Company Burrows Brothers Store Alteration C. OH 44114 . Maher Estate C. A. Strong Residence Charles L.F.Noble Road Branch Cleveland Municipal Stadium Cleveland Police Station 14th Precinct Buildng Cleveland Public Auditorium Cleveland Public Auditorium Music Hall Date 1923 1918 1912-3 1931 1922 1922 1926 1914 1948 1918 1914 1939 1946-7 1946 1947 1939 1921 1938 1917 1912 1916 1923 1928 1928 1940 1929 1917-8 1929 1917 1931 1917 1935-41 1917 1916 1919 1939 1923 1930 1912 1912 1912 1920 1914-5 1937 1929 1912-3 1920-2 1927-8 Address City Athens Youngstown State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Maryland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Michigan Ohio Status Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing 1001 1114 Cleveland Cleveland Dover Middletown Bellefontaine 10710 58 1278 Cleveland Chagrin Falls Cleveland Cleveland Lorain Cleveland 1422-30 231 Cleveland Baltimore Akron Cleveland 633 1949 1896 Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland Cleveland Norwalk Lansing 812 Lorain Battle Creek 523 106 102-6 1612 1019 6300 12505 712 1380 Barberton Akron Akron Cleveland Lakewood Kirtland Shaker Heights Bratenahl Mansfield Cleveland Alliance Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Cleveland 815-821 2800 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Michigan Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Cleveland Heights Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Cleveland Landmarks Commission .601 Lakeside Ave. Hickok Residence Citizens National Bank City Club of Cleveland City Savings Bank and Trust Cleveland Board of Education Administration Building Cleveland Builders Supply Cleveland Builders Supply Cleveland Builders Supply Collinwood Cleveland Discount Building Cleveland Heights High School Cleveland Heights Library .Cleveland.A. Morgenthaller Residence C. Murfey Residence Charles N.

W. Smith Residence F. Kresge Commercial National Bank Cowell and Hubbard Building Crispin Oglebay Outbuildings Dairyland Store Dr.S. Buckwell Residence Ellastone Building Alterations Elyria Telephone Company Engel and Fetzer Store Alterations English Woolen Mills Epworth Euclid Methodist Church (associate architects) Erie Building Erie County Bank Alterations Euclid Avenue Baptist Church Evansville Public Library F. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave.J.Structure Cleveland Public Library Cleveland Public Library Collinwood Branch Cleveland Public Library East 131st Branch Cleveland Public Library Glenville Branch Cleveland Public Library Harvey Rice Branch Cleveland Public Library Kinsman Branch Cleveland Public Library South Brooklyn Branch Cleveland Public Library Superior Branch Cleveland Public Library West Park Branch Clinic Hospital Coca Cola Company Office Building Colonel Samuel Tate Residence Colonial Furniture Company Commercial buidling for S.G. Hawley Residence E.216-664-2531 197 of 210 . William Bustard Residence Dudley A. 1920 1940 1919 1919 1936 1915 1936 1946 1936 1914 1924 1947 1921 1924 1930 1915 1916 1912 1919 1941 1936 1930 1921 1926 1930 1919 1928 1929 1929 1928 Address 325 856 3830 660 2820 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio GA Georgia Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Indiana Ohio New York Ohio Ohio Ohio PA Indiana Ohio Ohio Pennsylvania Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing 3805 Cleveland Lima Atlanta Pickens County 739 402 1301 Cleveland Cleveland Coshocton Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland 675 18829 2005 408 330 1228 232 Akron Shaker Heights Chardon Township Cleveland Heights Cleveland Elyria Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Vermillion Cleveland Evansville 1615 2465 2757 South Euclid Lake Cazenovia Cleveland Heights Akron Cleveland Heights Pittsburgh Gary Cleveland Cincinnati Pittsburgh Cleveland Shaker Heights 3630 106 Cleveland Heights Akron Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Cleveland. Louis Sisler Residence Dr. Hazard Residence F.R. OH 44114 . Judd Residence Fairlawn Heights Golf Club Fairmount Presbyterian Church Farmers Deposit National Bank Father Jacques Marquette Memorial Federal Reserve Bank Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland – Cincinnati Branch Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland – Pittsburgh Branch Fen Far Building First Baptist Church First Baptist Church First Central Tower First Church of Christ Scientist Date 1923 1926-7 1926-7 1926-7 1926-7 1936 1936 1936 1926-7 1928 1926 1924 1940 1922 1928 1919 c.

C. Strong Residence Addition Halle Brothers Company Addition Halle Brothers Company Alteration and addition Halle Brothers Service Building Halle Brothers Store Haltnorth Building Harmon Hill Development Harrison County Courthouse Hathaway Brown School Henry A. Merz Residence Glen Arven Country Club Goodyear Service Station Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Building Gordon S.J. Steinemann Residence George D.W. Taylor Residence Henry A.Structure First National Bank First National Bank First National Bank Building addition First National Bank of Bellevue Remodeling and addition First National Bank of Chardon Interior First National Bank of Fremont Remodeling First National Bank of Greenville alteration First National Bank of Massillon Ford Building Alterations Forest Hills Foot Bridge Fort Recovery Bank Francis E. Taylor Residence Henry L.Cleveland. OH 44114 . Milligan Residence H.601 Lakeside Ave. Hanna Tenant House H. Newcomer Residence Frank E. Harter Bank George N. Knapp Garfield Savings Bank Garfield Savings Bank General Campus Plan for West Virginia University Geneva Savings Bank George C. Sherwin Residence George W. Thompson Residence Hollenden House Expansion Home Bank and Trust Company Date 1917 1925 1920 1918 1921 1918 1921 1923 1937 1939 1920 1915 1916 1913 1913 1915 1933-4 1919 1915 1915 1940 1919 1914 1921 1911-2 1931 1937 1931 1917 1930 1935-6 1926 1915 1931 1936 1913 1928 1926 1946-7 1946-7 1929 1914 1944 1931 1926 1929 1929 1914 1926 1923 Address City Elyria Youngstown Elyria State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing never built Standing Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Chardon Fremont Greenville 11 Massillon Detroit East Cleveland Fort Recovery Willoughby 11136 Cleveland Gates Mills Cleveland Pensacola Cleveland 7714 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Morgantown 21 1133 11898 424 Geneva Sandusky Canton Cleveland Akron Thomasville Cleveland Akron 9511 Bratenahl Macon 623 10300 1522 2225 Cleveland 1228 Cleveland Cleveland 624 Canton Cleveland Gates Mills Clarksburg 19600 1251 1251 Shaker Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Perrysburg Cleveland Toledo Cleveland Cleveland Kirtland Canton Ohio Ohio Pennsylvania Ohio Michigan Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Florida Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio West Virginia Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Georgia Ohio Ohio Ohio Georgia Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio West Virginia Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Room 519 . Abbott Residence Frank H. Holden Residence Great Lakes Exposition Greater Wesleyan College Guardian Building Remodeling Guardian Trust and Savings Branch H. Drury Residence Frank Billings Residence Frank C. Townsend Residence Gallipolis Locks and Dam Garage for W.216-664-2531 198 of 210 . M.

Weber Residence Lutheran Hospital Addition Lyman H. Room 519 . OH 44114 . Bolton Residence Alterations Kent National Bank Remodeling Kinney and Levan Building Korach Company Factory Lakewood Day Nursery Lakewood Engineering Company Office Building Leonard C. Hanna Jr.Structure Hotel and Bank Building for American National Bank Hotel and Bank for Anderson Banking Company Howard M.W. Sanford Residence Mrs. Day.601 Lakeside Ave. Rosenfeld Residence Mount Union College Memorial Gymnasium Mrs. Lowe Residence Jones. Henry L. John Nash Residence Mrs. 1922 1926 1911-2 1928 1938 1942 1917 1912-3 1912-3 1924 1918-9 1923 1913 1929 1917 1916 1912 c1913 1945 1918 1914 1920 1927 1941 1914 1923 1938 1924 1938 1929 1917 1920 1913-4 1912 1915 1923 1920 1920 1920 1923 1909 1906 1913 1939 1929 Address City Benton Harbor Anderson Kirtland Indianapolis State Michigan Indiana Ohio Indiana Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing 2200 2357 1759 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Mentor Kent 1375 2070 Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood 10825 1021-31 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lorain 126 . Treadway Garage Malcolm McBride Residence addition and alteration Marine National Bank Building alteration Masonic Temple Mausoleum for Josephine Forsyth Myers Max McMurray Residence McKinney Steel Office Building Medina Hospital Merchants Savings and Banking Company Monongalia County Hospital Morris Plan Bank Mortimer C. Jones Residence Mrs.30 10519 2860 2609 8917 1583 Cleveland Cleveland Erie 38117 Willoughby Cleveland 12521 3100 Medina Cleveland Morgantown 20 1706 Evansville Cleveland Bratenahl Elyria Cleveland Cleveland Heights Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Pennsylvania Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio West Virginia Indiana Ohio 11930 11896 2611 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Thomasville Ohio Ohio Ohio Georgia Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing 457 2112 51-3 Lorain Cleveland Akron Cleveland Cleveland Niles Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .216-664-2531 199 of 210 .Cleveland. Estate Stump Hollow Farm Indiana War Memorial Plaza James H. Harvey House Mt. James M. Hanna Residence Loomis Building Lorain . Union College Stadium Bleachers Mt. Cockley & Reavis Offices Alteration Julian C. Union Music Building National Bank of Commerce Alterations National Car Wheel Company Foundry National City Bank National City Bank National City Bank Alterations Niles Trust Company Date 1920 1920 c. P. Union College Library Mt.Carnegie Bridge Phylons Lorain Banking Company alterations Lorain County Savings and Trust Louis Grossman Residence Louis N. Foster Residence John C.

Vincent Charity Hospital Statler Hotel Alterations Steubenville Bank and Trust Building Stillman Building Stockbridge Apartments Store and Professional Building for G.Cleveland. Shipton Protected Home Circle Building Rainbow Cottage Raymond Hitchcock Residence Reliance Trust Company alteration Renkert Building Residence Residence for Max Hellman Roger Williams Press alterations Rubber City Savings Bank S. Ball The Arcade Renovation Thomas P. Room 519 .A.Structure Oberlin College Swimming Pool Office Building for Anthony Carlin Offices and Display Room for John W. OH 44114 . Lawrence Catholic Church St.216-664-2531 200 of 210 . Paul's Episcopal Church St. Prentiss Baldwin Residence Sandusky Country Club Schulte United Department Store Alterations Searle's Motor Company Security Savings and Loan Severance Hall Short Creek Company Store Smith and Gerhart Store St. Christopher's by the River Restoration and Addition St. Howell Residence Toledo Plate Glass Warehouses Tomlinson Hall. Ladd Ohio Bell Morningside Office Ohio Savings and Trust Buidling Old National City Building Oliver Renkert Residence Painter Residence Pearl Street Savings and Trust People's Trust and Savings Bank Interior Alterations Peoples Trust Company Petrequin Paper Company Office Professional Building for James D. John's Home for Girls Chapel St.601 Lakeside Ave. Case Institute of Technology Towell Cadillac Building Union National Bank Building United Banking and Trust Company Date 1930 1937 1923 1926 1919 1925 1912 1913 1927 1928 1925 1924 1926 1936 1913 1913 1920 1912-3 1914 1917 1919 1917 1921 1921 1929 1929 1920 1929-30 c1915 1926 1945 1927 1940 1939 1914 1927 1914 1937 1919 1913 1923 1920 1939 1915 1939 1945 1926 1918 1924 Address City Oberlin State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Unknown Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing 1326 1607 Cleveland Shaker Heights 121 1375 Lima Canton Gates Mills Cleveland Ft. Ann's Parish Chruch St. Mary's College Garage St. Wayne Lancaster 1559 Cleveland Pittsfield Sharon 1605 South Euclid Great Neck Cleveland Canton 11905 Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland 1115 11025 520 14401-14447 710 Akron Cleveland Sandusky Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cadiz 520 Lorain Cleveland Heights Gates Mills Painesville Cleveland Northeast 2747 2310 401 1101 3328 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Steubenville Cleveland Cleveland Muncie 401 12304 3131 Cleveland Bratenahl Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 308 Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Indiana Pennsylvania Ohio Massachusetts Pennsylvania Ohio New York Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Pennsylvania Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Indiana Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Cleveland Landmarks Commission .

Knight Residence Willliam Taylor Son and Company alterations Windsor Apartments Windsor T. OH 44114 . widow of the president of the G.Cleveland.601 Lakeside Ave.C.Structure United States Post Office United Vacuum Cleaner Store Remodeling Universal Film Exchange Building University School Upson Nut Company Van Sweringen Co Home Van Sweringen Co Home Vincent Barstow Building Virginia Holden Residence W. Dennis Residence Warner & Swasey Exposition Booth Panama Pacific Exposition Weisberger Company Store Western Reserve National Bank Will R. Ontario and moved with his family to Detroit.H. His office was at 1514 Prospect Avenue. He graduated from the University of Detroit and studied architecture in Florence. Building List Structure Cloister Dominican Nuns Cloister Detroit College alterations and additions Immaculate Conception School Monastery of the Blessed Sacrement Date 1908 1907 1915 nd 4223-9 Address City Detroit Detroit Cleveland Detroit State Michigan MI Ohio Michigan Status Unknown Unknown Standing Unknown Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Kuhlman Car Company. Bowler Residence Walter W. White Residence Walter S. Hunt Residence alteration William J. White Farm Cottage Halfred Farm Wolfe Music Store Women's City Club Woodland Avenue Savings and Trust Woodland Avenue Savings and Trust alterations Wright Banking Company YWCA Alteration Date 1932 1944 1940 1924 1920 1917 1917 1939 1917 1915 1926 1917 1915 1914 1915 1926 1913 1924 1939 1915 1927 1937 1914 1919 1922 1917 1927 1922 1919 1919 1919 1916 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio California Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Unknown 1224 2340 Cleveland Cleveland Shaker Heights Cleveland Shaker Heights Shaker Heights 522 11239 3097 2341 2911 Cleveland Bratenahl Cleveland Heights Cleveland Chester Township Shaker Heights Gates Mills San Francisco Barberton 39450 2935 Warren Canton Cleveland Independence 17710 Shaker Heights Gates Mills Perrysburg 630 Cleveland Portland Hunting Valley Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Standing Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing 2112 1826 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Bellevue 1710 Cleveland Henry A Walsh Birth/Established: 1866 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1940 Henry A. Italy. Myers Residence William Garrick Wilson Memorial Monument William H.216-664-2531 201 of 210 . Prescott Residence Walker and Weeks Office Building Walter C. Hunkin Residence William T. Room 519 . and was mainly known for designing Roman Catholic religious buildings. Kinder Residence William W. Walsh was born in Brantford. He was single and lived at 2306 South Overlook with his sister Mame Kuhlman. He was listed as an architect in Cleveland City Directories from 1907 to 1935.

having much work in Cleveland suburbs and surrounding towns.Cleveland. the University Club.Structure Our Lady of Good Counsel Rectory Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Our Lady of Good Counsel Lower Church P.216-664-2531 202 of 210 . He joined the Army Air Corps in 1942. the New England Society of the Western Reserve. which he served from 1937 to 1947.L. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. He was a member of the firm of Warner. the Old Colony Club. He came to Cleveland in 1921 to become the design architect for the Cleveland school district. the Western Reserve Historical Society. OH 44114 . He retired in 1970. He was a member of the Harvard Alumni Club. rising to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Cleveland Landmarks Commission . the American Federation of Art. In 1908 he entered in business for himself in Cleveland. He was listed in the Cleveland City Directories from 1906 to 1939.L. Walsh & Dickerson after World War II.601 Lakeside Ave. that became Maier. originally working for Owsley & Boucherle of Youngstown. the Singers Club. According to census records. Pope Residence Date 1907 1907 1907 1907 Address City State Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Franz Childs Warner Birth/Established: September 6 1876 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1963 Franz Childs Warner was born in Painesville and graduated from Case School of Applied Science in 1900. Agnes Church St. McMerney Residence Residence for L.L. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. Room 519 .Wain Sacred Heart of Mary School (now Our Lady of Good Counsel School) St. Ignatius College Gymnasium St. Massachusetts.30 1917 1907 1907 1908 1914 1913 1927 Address 4423 4417 4419 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Brooklyn State Ohio OH Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Demolished Standing 4419 615 3470 Cleveland Elyria Cleveland Cleveland Travis G Walsh Birth/Established: 1896 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1978 Travis G. Walsh was born in Winthrop. He was later associated with the firm of Frank Packard of Columbus. Joseph Academy Date 1910 1929 . He began practicing architecture in 1898. and Cleveland Yacht Club. the Hermit Club. Davis Residence Walter S. He specialized in designing school buildings. He was a member of the AIA. Pope Residence L. He had a deep interest in art and engineering. Fosbey Residence J. Ohio Governor John Bricker appointed him to the Ohio Board of Examiners of Architects. the Cleveland Heights Lion's Club. He attended Harvard Business School and graduated from the Boston School of Design. In 1925 he formed the firm of Maier and Walsh. and the American Legion. the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce. the American Institute of Architects. McCornack & Mitchell in 1928 and a member of the firm of Warner and Mitchell from 1929 to 1939. Building List Structure YMCA YMCA YMCA Date Address City Hillcrest East Cleveland Brooklyn State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Unknown Unknown Unknown Curtis Walton Birth/Established: 1875 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Building List Structure F. he lived at 2237 Demington in Cleveland Heights in 1920 and in Hunting Valley in the 1930.

Colman's School St. Thomas Hospital Toledo Furnace Company United States Embassy at Buenos Aires Warehouse for Northern Ohio Traction and Light Woodbury Jr High School Date nd 1915-7 nd nd 1927 1917 1930 1908 1917 1929 1908 1917 Willoughby 1560 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Glenville Willoughby East Cleveland 2165 109 Cleveland Painesville Painesville Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Address City State Status Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished nd 1911 nd nd 1907 1926 1925 1914 1920 1935 1917 nd 1927 1917 1917 1918 1924 1921 1917 1913 1925 1925 1931 1926 1927 1917 nd 1917 1918 -9 15400 Akron Shaker Heights Ohio Ohio 291 2001 12215 300 3205 Euclid Cleveland Granger Road Garfield Heights Lorain Cleveland Akron Toledo 1227 7482 921 510 116 209 Cleveland Painesville Painesville Painesville Hudson Cleveland Center Street Mentor Cleveland Oberlin Cleveland Painesville Cleveland Willoughby Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Lorain Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Unknown not built Demolished Standing John Warner Birth/Established: 1883 Death/Disolved: October 12. Room 519 .Building List Structure Buildings at Ohio Wesleyan University Case Institute . Mary's Church St.601 Lakeside Ave. McLeod Dr. 1961 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Central Heating Building. Rocco Church St.216-664-2531 203 of 210 . OH 44114 . Sewing Building. Chesbro School School Seminary of Our Lady of the Lake Seneca Street School Shaker Heights School Shore High School St. F. five cottages Eight buildings for University of Kentucky Euclid Arcade Fire Department High School Hospital annex Hudson Youth Development Center Immaculate Heart of Mary School Mentor Village School Morris Plan Bank Oberlin High School Addition Office and welfare building for Erie Dock Company Police Station Rainbow Babies Childrens Hospital Residence for Dr. Chesbro Residence East Cleveland Junior High School Edward Halley Residence Eight Andrews Institute Buildings Domestic Science Building.Cleveland.Dental School Christian Science Church City Hall Cleveland House of Correction Coventry School Cuyahoga County Criminal Court Building Double residence for Geo. Joseph Convent St.

S. In 1894 he returned to Cleveland as a local representative of the George B. Watson (1871 .Biography: John Warner was born in Ohio. forming the firm of Watterson and Schneider.Cleveland.St. He is listed in Cleveland City Directories as an architect between 1912 and 1919. He would work for the Osborn Company. In the 1930 census he listed as an appraiser for Cuyahoga County. Clair Branch Commercial Building for BruceMarion-Abbott Co. setting standards for bridge design throughout the country.601 Lakeside Ave. Hawley Residence Dwelling for Fred Steimle Edward Hawley Residence F. He became an apprentice in an architectural office and then studied at Columbia University.98 5806 1368 City East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Austin J. Building List Structure Fire Station #2 Highland Congregational Church Date 1917 1915 11228 Address City Lakewood Cleveland State Ohio OH Status Standing Standing Watson Company Birth/Established: 1907 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown The Watson Company was founded by Civil Engineer Wilbur J. E. from Case School of Engineering.Berry Residence EC Fire Station #26 Frank M.B. OH 44114 . Jones Residence George Deimer Residence Hotel-apartment building for M. Webb Residence Lake Shore Banking & Savings Company Lakewood Banking and Savings Company Date 1903 1903 1903 1905 1905 1890 1898 1888 1898 1895 1900 1896 1889 1905 1901 1903 1901 5404 11700-10 Cleveland Lakewood 7818 1324 2733 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio OH OH Ohio Ohio OH Ohio 5319 3311 Cleveland OH 2039 . In the 1925 City Directory he is listed as an architect with Cuyahoga County living at 1199 Ethel in Lakewood. & H.41 Address 1786 .1936 and Bridges in History and Legend. The company specialized in bridge design.S. Commercial building for M. With his daughters Sara and Emily he would write Bridge Architecture: A Decade if Bridges 1926 . Johnson Double Residence for Charles Ctawford Dr.B. Post firm. 1867 Biography: Death/Disolved: August 21. Room 519 . 1929 William Ruggles Watterson was born in Cleveland and was a graduate of the Cleveland Public Schools.W. Building List Structure Roger's Building Date 1924 Address 1720 City Cleveland State Ohio Status Standing William Ruggles Watterson Birth/Established: March 17. acting as supervising architect.S. He founded the Watson Company in 1907. From 1895 to 1903 he practiced alone.216-664-2531 204 of 210 . In 1903 he entered into partnership with Charles Schneider.H. who also had been employed George Post. Building List Structure Apartment house Cleveland Public Library Cleveland Public Library . Watson.1939) was born in Berea and recieved a B.

B. Albert Weile Birth/Established: 1830 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1892 Albert Weile came to the United States from Strassburg. DeKlyn Broadway Savings and Trust alterations and improvements Cleveland Medical Library Glidden Varnish H. At the suggestion of John M.D.M. Massachusetts and graduated from MIT in 1893. Germany in 1855. Room 519 . 205 of 210 Cleveland Landmarks Commission . Carrere.F. Milton Dyer. Sprankle Residence Lakewood Presbyterian Church League Park Office Rockefeller Physics Building Warehouse Date 1906 1905 1906 1908 1906-7 1905 1905 1908 1907 1908-9 1905 1905 18122 14500 6601 2076 11421 2318 11001 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Address City State Status Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Unknown Standing Standing Standing Standing Demolished Harry Ellis Weeks Birth/Established: October 2. Cobb Residence Henry Steinbrenner Residence James A. Yoeman St.216-664-2531 .H. Agnes School Store and apartments on Perry-Payne Estate Thirteenth Precinct Police Station Three houses for J. He was of Prussian ancestry. his occupation was listed as master mason. Weeks moved to Cleveland in 1905 where he worked in the office of J. Wagon shed stables for C. Cameron Residence for George Warden Residence for H. Young Residence James R. W. He left Cleveland in 1890 moving to Kansas City. Kinney and I. 1871 Biography: Death/Disolved: December 21. He was a partner with Carl Griese from 1866 until 1876. Lorer W. Gill Residence for John Gundy Residence for John Gundy Residence for John Gundy Residence for Mr. Barn. Building List Structure Block on Euclid near Olive for Mr.A. He was buried in Lake View Cemetery.601 Lakeside Ave. Marshall Residence Date 1903 1899 1900 . Everts Factory Office building for King and Moore Office for Standard Tool Company Osborn Building Addition Residence for A. 1935 Harry Ellis Weeks was born in Springfield.1 1902 1899 1895 1900 1900 1898 1901 1901 1903 1902 1901 1901 1895 1888 Address City Cleveland State Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio q Ohio Ohio OH OH OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished 1104-14 6918 1900 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland New Lisbon 11133 1913 1963 1967 1975 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland 2370 Cleveland Ohio Watterson and Schneider Birth/Established: 1903 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1908 This firm included William R. and was in existence from 1903 until 1908.O. OH 44114 .C. where he died in 1892.C. Watterson and Charles Schneider.Cleveland. Hatfield Residence for E. a member of the Group Plan Commission.Structure Manufacturing Building.

zoning. Splvark Commercial Building Commercial Residential Building Detroit . He was president of of the Cleveland Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Building List Structure Apartment building Apartment building Apartment building Apartment building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building for F.H. Weinberg was born in Romania. OH 44114 . He was a specialist in commercial and residential architecture. and came to the United States as a child. and housing rehabilitation. He helped write Cleveland's zoning code and was the president of the Apartment and Homeowners Association.Mayfield Building Garage Garage service station and display room Garfield Hotel Hotel Kinsman Jewish Center Parkway Manor Residence for M.601 Lakeside Ave. He was a member of the firm of Morris & Weinberg (1923 .753 1881 1840 1225 1903 2713 2717 1930 2934 2920 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Address City East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Standing Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Unknown Demolished Standing Never built Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission . He was a member of the faculty of the Western Reserve University School of Architecture.Joseph L Weinberg Birth/Established: 1893 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1976 Joseph L. Teare & Herman and Weinberg. Margolin Apartment Building for Mollie Melamed Apartment building for S.Seventieth Apartments Euclid . His son George M.1930) and later Weinberg. White shared his father's office at 750 Prospect Avenue until his appointment as official architect of the United States Capitol by President Richard Nixon. Kraus Apartments Apartments Commercial / residential building for B.M.Cleveland. He maintained an office at 1836 Euclid Avenue and resided at 2988 Ludlow Road. Building List Structure Lakeview Terrace Several buildings at Massillon State Hospital Date Nd Nd Address City State Status Demolished Demolished Max Weis Birth/Established: 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1972 Max Weis (aka White) was a native of New Haven. Fischer & Herman. Room 519 .216-664-2531 206 of 210 . He served as chief zone architect in the office of the Fifth Zone Constructing Quartermaster. Wolf in Nela View Allotment Roseman Block Sovereign Hotel Synagogue Tenement Tenement Date 1917 1917 1918 1918 1923 1928 1929 1917 1925 1918 1917 1917 1917 1918 1912 1923 1925 1917 1917 1921 1918 1932 1940 1917 1929 1921 1918 1917 1917 1311 1575 7606 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 3487 10102 3846 7508 7006 11308-19 745 . Connecticut and came to Cleveland in 1910.

1888 Biography: Death/Disolved: unknown Samuel H. Greenburg Four Apartment Bldg Four family residence Garage Hebrew Orthodox Home for the Aged Hotel Hotel for Commodore Improvement Co.Structure Tenement Tenement Tenement Tenement Warehouse Date 1917 1917 1917 1917 1918 Address 2094 1936 1854 3515 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Samuel H Weis Birth/Established: September 15. Room 519 . He was the president of the Esplanade Realty Company.2 1917 1917 1916 1925-6 1918 1917 1911 1914 1917 1917 1918 1918 1918 1925 1917 1924 1917 1917 1917 1917 1914 1914 1918 1920 1917 1922 1911 1917 1918 1914 10917 6014 736 1928 11327 1704 6102 11315-21 1072 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio 15125 5342.50 13601 1220-6 7735 7916 2004-6 915 11707 11424-32 7480 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood Lakewood 6907 Address 2460 1013 1029 28 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland East Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Lakewood State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Never built Demolished Demolished Cleveland Landmarks Commission .H.601 Lakeside Ave. California.Cleveland. England.216-664-2531 207 of 210 . In 1940 he was living at 405 Drake House in London. He moved to England in 1933. He originally worked in San Francisco. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Builidng for Morris & Israel Margolin Apartment house Apartment house Apartments Cedar Glen Apartment Building Cleveland Smelting and Refining Company Commercial /residential building Commercial Building Commercial building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial Building Commercial residential building Creswell Building Renovation Double residence Double Residences Dwelling Dwelling for J. Jordan Apartments Market house. He was the brother of architect Maxwell White. He was active in Cleveland from 1910 to 1929. store and office Offices Residence Date 1915 1917 1917 1917 1918 1911 . Weis (aka White) was born in New York City but was raised and educated in Cleveland. OH 44114 .

Harris Date nd 1909 1914 1913 1914 Address 1369 10416 2876 1695 2311 Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights Cleveland Heights OH OH OH City Cleveland State Ohio Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .Cleveland. He was the father of R. Building List Structure Columbia Building Conservatory of Music Garage and stable Garage for S. Rutherford Company.C. He married Olivia Packard of Warren. He died in his home 1448 Westwood in Lakewood and was buried in Sullivan. 1935 M.Structure Residence for D. Kelly House Residence for E. Upon returning to Cleveland he formed a partnership with Harry Shupe. Building List Structure First Congregational Church Lincoln Conner Residence Louis A.Hollmden Holy Ghost Byzantine Church Marion Building Residence for Thomas Monks Residence on Edmonds Ave Tabor Evangelical Church Date 1908 nd 1917 1917 1909 1913 1907 1908 1907 3510 Cleveland Ohio 1411 1276 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Ohio Ohio Ohio 1330 Address 112 City Cleveland Berea State OH Ohio Status Standing Unknown Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Carl Foster White Birth/Established: February 27. Commodore Apartments Warehouse Date 1923 1918 1914 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1917 1918 1924 1917 Address 2335 11021 1234 8713 12104 11635 10000-6 1632 10914-8 2117 11309 3361 City Cleveland Heights Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Standing Demolished Marion E. Wells was born in Coolville. Mather . Ohio and came to Cleveland in 1906.1881 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1915 Carl Foster White was the Cleveland-born only son of industrialist Henry White. He served as president of Griffin Construction Company from 1923 to 1930 but retired in 1930 due to ill health. Ohio. He graduated from University School in 1899 and from Cornell University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1905. and the secretary of the Cleveland Association of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. OH 44114 . Wells Birth/Established: 1869 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 6. Haber Residence for J. He was a member of the Union Club. the McKinley Lodge of Masonic order. Room 519 .601 Lakeside Ave. Swirsky Residence for Sam Koslen Store and garage Store and garage Stores and storage Stores and suites Tenement Tenements Twenty residence United Electric Motor Repair Building University Circle Place. Euclid Club. Smith Residence for J. vice president of the George A. under the name White & Shupe.216-664-2531 208 of 210 .W.E. White and Shupe Birth/Established: 1907 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1914 This firm included Carl Foster White and Harry Shupe. Neil Wells.

He was a partner of George Hardway from 1889 to 1891. He moved to Minneapolis. Stable & Storage for C. 1966 Cleveland Landmarks Commission .E. Lerner Date 1922 1919 1919 Address 4907-23 10707 3702 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Demolished Standing Standing Ora Williams Birth/Established: April 1864 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1926 Ora Williams. Marion's Church Youngstown Sanitary Company Date 1910 1909 Address 2204 City State Status Standing Youngstown Ohio Unknown Henry P Whitworth Birth/Established: July 29.601 Lakeside Ave.Structure St. Robert Bailey Residence for Julia Wilcox Residence for Knight & Richardson Residence for Mortimer Lawrence Residence for Percy Rise Residence for Robert C. Whitworth was employed as a draftsman according to the 1915 and 1916 Cleveland City Directories. was active as a Cleveland architect from 1890 to 1903. and with George King in 1903. He lived at 1287 Carlyon Road in East Cleveland and died in an accident in September 1925.3 Address 1919 7418 1802 11401 1864 2350 706-12 2528 1542 1801 11302 11235 8126 3014 2900 2200 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Minneapolis Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH Ohio Minnesota Ohio Ohio OH Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio OH Status Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Williams and Cole Birth/Established: 1893 Biography: Death/Disolved: 1893 This architectural firm was formed by Ora Williams and Charles Cole that would be listed in the Cleveland City Directory in 1893. 1880 Death/Disolved: December 5. Kiblet Residence Residence for Dr.W.216-664-2531 209 of 210 . Building List Structure Commercial . Room 519 . Building List Structure Charles Baine Residence Charles Taft Residence Joseph Cline Residence Mary Bingham Residence Morris Black Residence Moses Mandelbaum Residence Office. He was unmarried. Holmden Residence Residence for C. 1886 Biography: Death/Disolved: September 1925 Henry P. that existed in 1906 to 1907. He was a partner with Charles Johnson in 1920. an Ohio native.Cleveland. OH 44114 . He was listed as an architect from 1917 until his death. where he formed a partnership with architect John Lindstrom.G.residential building for Carl Volk L. in the firm of Williams & Cole in 1893. Williams Tinnerman Range Factory William Kenny Residence Date 1892 1897 1896 1897 1899 1892 1897 1909 1894 1900 1898 1897 1894 1892 1895 1892 . Alexander C Wolf Birth/Established: December 31.

1989 The Polish born Nicholas Zajack had his office at 720 Euclid Avenue and lived at 12301 Buckingham in Cleveland's Shaker Square neighborhood. 1973 Arthur C. During the Great Depression he was a building appraiser with the Federal Housing Administration and Federal Homeowners Loan Corporation. He was the architect of several post World War II Shaker Square apartment buildings. OH 44114 .H. the Scottish Rite. Yost was a Cleveland-born architect. and attended the Sorbonne Institute. Hackman Commercial Building for A & B Realty Commercial Building for H. Wolf was active as an architect in Cleveland from 1911 to 1954. Building List Structure Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Apartment Building Commercial Building for John Socotch Date 1952 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1951 1947 . He was a member of the City Planning Commission (1922 .S.Biography: Alexander C.Cleveland.T.216-664-2531 210 of 210 . the Chicago Institute of Art. He graduated from Cleveland public schools. Nicholas Zajack Birth/Established: December 4.8 Address 2816 3028 3034 3034 3052 3040 3046 5801-5 City Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland State OH OH OH OH OH OH OH OH Status Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Standing Cleveland Landmarks Commission .601 Lakeside Ave. Tremblett Residence Fullerton Subdivision Sales Room and Service Station for A & B Realty Service Station and garage for A & B Realty Slovenian Workingsmen's Home Warehouse for H. 1895 Biography: Death/Disolved: April 17.1927) under Mayor Kohler. Jamieson Residence for O. He was an architect with the Cleveland Transit System during World War II.H. He later moved to Holland. He was a member of the firm of Richardson and Yost. 1893 Biography: Death/Disolved: February 20. Building List Structure Charles Squires Residence Commercial Building Commercial Building for H. the Shrine Al Chymia Temple and Grace Episcopal Church. Room 519 . His office was in the Swetland Building and he lived at 1665 Hower in East Cleveland. H. Case Institute of Technology.Hackman Max Levi Residence Residence for F. Hackman Warehouse for Shelby Printing Date 1925 1917 1921 1917 1914 1914 1917 1917 1917 1929 1917 1917 1927 1925 1917 15333-5 1209-11 2015 2596 11117 1007 2064 1127 Address 15025 Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Heights Cleveland Euclid Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Cleveland Shelby City State Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Status Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Demolished Unknown Standing Demolished Standing Demolished Demolished Standing Standing Demolished Arthur C Yost Birth/Established: February 18.H. Cramer Residence for W. He was a production manager of the Peerless Motor Car Company during World War I. Michigan where he was a member of the Blue Lodge.

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