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Name: George S King

Birth/Established: March 12, 1876   Death/Dissolved: December 21, 1925

 


Biography:  
  George S. King was born and educated in Cleveland public schools and attended Sayers College of Cleveland. 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. That partnership lasted one year. He specialized in apartment and terrace house design. Mr. King was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, the Woodmen of the World, and the United Commercial Travelers. Politically, he was a Republican, and had been a candidate for county commissioner. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1905
Brighton Street
East Cleveland
Demolished
1905
6412-6 Luther Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1905
1914-24 Denison Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1905

Cleveland
Demolished
1905-6
7506-12 Cedar Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1906
5712 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1907
Sycamore Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1907
East 83rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1907
8302 - 4 Cedar Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1907
East 83rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1907
6423 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1907
Clark and W. 41
Cleveland
Unknown
1908
3114 West 41st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1911
11412 Miles Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1912
1026 Walnut Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
Ridelmont Road
Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1917
Cleveland Heights
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
Superior and E. 67th (not built)
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
Superior and East 60th Street
Cleveland
Standing

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City Directories

Cleveland Necrology file December 24, 1925

History of Cleveland p. 151-152


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