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Name: George Allen Grieble

Birth/Established: September 27, 1874   Death/Dissolved: August 4, 1954

 


Biography:  
  George Allen Grieble was born near Delaware, Ohio in September 1874. He went to the public schools in Delaware and attended Ohio Wesleyan University for two years. He was a veteran of the Spanish - American War serving in Puerto Rico. Initially he worked for the state of Ohio as superintendent of construction, overseeing the construction of public institutions. In that position he oversaw the cottages at Xenia, the chapel of the Girls Industrial Home at Delaware, the Lancaster cottages on the Boys Farm, and chapel building. He completed a course in architecture from the International School of Correspondence.  

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1907

Cleveland
Demolished
1908
10124 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1908
1794 Nichol Road
Cleveland
Standing
1908
7813-23 Madison Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1908
1389 West 64th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1910
1900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1911
6405 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1913
3337 East 55th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1917
823 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1917
710-2 Huron Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
Euclid Avenue and E.100th
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
1200 Huron Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
Ashtabula
Ashtabula
Unknown
1917
W. 106th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1918
Kenilworth and Edgehill
Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1919
1940 East 6th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1920
1396 East 6th Street
Cleveland
Standing altered
1920

Cleveland
Standing
1920
616-750 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Standing altered
1925
7338, 7448 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
nd

Lorain
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Lorain
Unknown
nd

Ashtabula
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd
Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown

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Orth, Samuel; A History of Cleveland, Ohio; Chicago - Cleveland - The S.J. Clark Publishing Company, 1910


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