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Name: George F Hammond

Birth/Established: 1855   Death/Dissolved: 1938

 


Biography:  
  George F. Hammond was an important classical architect active in Cleveland from 1886 to 1926. He was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts and attended Roxbury Latin School, Roxbury High School, the Massachusetts Normal Art School, and the Boston Evening Drawing School. In 1876 he worked as a draftsman in the Boston office of William G. Preston and in the office of William Ware. He came to Cleveland in 1885 as a member of the firm of Koehler & Hammond. That firm lasted for one year. He would then go into business for himself. He designed hospitals, schools, factories, and power plants in many parts of the country. He lived at 1863 Caldwell Road in Cleveland Heights. He died in Falls Village, Connecticut although his obituary says Pittsfield, Mass. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1883

Nantucket
Standing
1886
East 6th and Superior
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
2686 Lisbon
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
2686 Lisbon
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
2686 Lisbon
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
11235 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
2307 W.14th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
1834 East 63rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1890 - 1
2768 West 14th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1890 - 3

Canton
Standing
1891
2715 Harrison
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
Superior ns east of City Hall
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
730 - 4 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
2181 Ashland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1892

Cleveland
Demolished
1892
2099 East 96th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1892
1946 East 71st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1892
2239 East 55th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1894
2330 West 14th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1898 - 190...
700 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1901
Mayfield and Superior
Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1901

East Liverpool
Demolished
1901

Massillon
Demolished
1901
41-3 Euclid
Cleveland
Demolished
1902

Massillon
Demolished
1903

Cleveland
Demolished
1904
East 40th and Cedar
Cleveland
Standing
1905

Cleveland
Unknown
1905

Cleveland
Demolished
1905

Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1905
Pearl Road
Cleveland
Standing
1905
East 6th and Superior
Cleveland
Demolished
1905

Cleveland
Demolished
1905

Chester
Demolished
1905

Shaker Heights
Demolished
1905 - 6
65 South Fifth Street
Zanesville
Standing
1907

Berea
Demolished
1907
Wickliffe, Ohio
Wickliffe
Demolished
1907
Mayfield Road
Mayfield
Demolished
1908
Mayfield and Plaisted
Mayfield
Demolished
1909
2336-44 Canal Road
Cleveland
Standing
1911 - 4
Kent State University
Kent
Standing
1911 - 4
Kent State University
Kent
Standing
1911 - 4
Kent State University
Kent
Standing
1911 - 4
Kent State University
Kent
Standing
1916
800 Market Avenue North
Canton
Standing
nd

Warren
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Standing
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
East 9th Street
Cleveland
Demolished

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Cleveland City Directories

Encyclopedia of Cleveland History p 484

Men of Ohio in 1900 p70

Plain Dealer July 14, 1892; April 30, 1938, 10:3

Progressive Men of Northern Ohio p216


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