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Name: Samuel W. Lane

Birth/Established: Feburary 1844   Death/Dissolved: October 5, 1901

 


Biography:  
  Samuel Lane was born in England and came to the United States in 1848. He began working in Cleveland in 1864, completed studies in New York, and was admitted to the architecture practice in 1869. The 1868-9 City Directory shows that he was working as a draftsman in rooms 23 and 24 of the Case Block, also the offices of architects Heard and Blythe. He was in a partnership with Alexander Koehler from 1872 to 1873. In 1890 he moved to Seattle, Washington where he formed a partnership with fellow Clevelander Morris M. Gleichman. He returned to Cleveland in 1893. He made church and public buildings his specialty. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1870
3201 Bridge Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1873
St. Clair and Ontario
Cleveland
Demolished
1874- 5

Wapokeneta
Demolished
1875-7
131 - 3 South Ohio Avenue
Sidney, Ohio
Standing
1878-80

Delphos, Ohio
Standing
1879
5008 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1881
4916 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1881

Ravenna
Demolished
1882

Ravenna
Unknown
1886-7
1101 South Lafayette
Fort Wayne
Demolished 1993
1889
250 Third Street
Elyria
Demolished
1892
1772 East 65th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1892
1458 - 60 East 55th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1896
2164-8 East 9th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
4109 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Standing