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Name: George Martin Hopkinson

Birth/Established: February 10, 1883   Death/Dissolved: September 7, 1962

 


Biography:  
  George M. Hopkinson was born in Hull, England. He immigrated 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 district's last big era of expansion. 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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Building Name Date Address Status
1926
10710 Baltic Road
Cleveland
Standing
1927
18400 Schenely Road
Cleveland
Standing
1927

Cleveland
Demolished
1927
6900 Harvard Road
Cleveland
Standing
1927

Cleveland
Demolished
1927
3522 East 131st Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1927
1625 East 55th
Cleveland
Standing
1927
5515 Ira Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1927

Cleveland
Demolished
1928
3465 East 130th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1929
3291 East 140th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1929
3121 Oak Park
Cleveland
Standing
1929
3595 Bosworth Road
Cleveland
Standing
1929
2075 Stokes Boulevard
Cleveland
Standing
1929
11005 Parkhurst
Cleveland
Standing
1929
3588 Martin Luther King Drive
Cleveland
Standing
1932
3952 West 140th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1932
3901 East 74th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1932
5100 Biddulph Road
Cleveland
Standing