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Name: William S Lougee

Birth/Established: 1867   Death/Dissolved: 1935

 


Biography:  
  William S. Lougee was born in Buckfield, Maine and received his education in Boston. In 1884, at the age of seventeen, he went to work for architect Tristam Griffin and remained in that office for six years before moving to Cleveland. He was associated with Adolphus Sprackling in 1892 as the Cleveland Architectural Company. He had his own office in Cleveland in 1893. In 1895 he was working with George Steffens. He was associated with architect John Eisenmann until 1900. From 1901 to 1905 he was assistant architect for the Board of Education. On April 4, 1905 during the Mayoral administration of Tom L. Johnson he was appointed deputy inspector of buildings and on March 4, 1907 he was made the chief building inspector. He resigned his city position at the end of 1909 when Johnson left office. He resumed a private practice. During the administration of Newton D. Baker (1912 - 5) he supervised the construction of Cleveland City Hall. He later became city architect and building commissioner under the administration of Mayor Ray T. Miller (1932 - 3) . 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1910 - 1
1326 - 30 West 9th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1911
10128-34 Lorain Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1912
942 Walnut Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1912-3
1 Public Square
Cleveland
Demolished
1914
2007 - 11 West 25th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1914
701 - 725 Erieside
Cleveland
Demolished
1914 - 5
7811 - 7911 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1915
9206 Woodland
Cleveland
Standing
1915
11320 Harborview
Cleveland
Standing
1915
960 - 8 Mandrake
Cleveland
Demolished
1915
3838 West 25th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1915 - 6
2905 Franklin Boulevard
Cleveland
Standing
1916
1845 East 30th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1917
Woodhill and Woodland
Cleveland
Demolished
1917

Cleveland
Demolished
1917
W. 9th and St. Clair
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
6501 - 6523 Barberton Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1917
Euclid near E. 107th
Cleveland
Standing
1918
1601 Payne Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1920
116 - 8 St. Clair Avenue, NW
Cleveland
Demolished
1920
12511 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1921
417 - 25 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1922
2605 Franklin Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1924
6502 Lorain Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1925-26
1241 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1926
3328 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1926
6501-23 Barberton Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1932
1701 - 35 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd
4606 - 26 Hamilton Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
616 - 34 Summit Street
Toledo
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
10709 Quincy Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
21 - 27 South Champion
Youngstown
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
1921 East 70th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
nd
1312 - 8 West 78th Street
Cleveland
Standing
nd

Cleveland
Demolished

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A History of Cleveland and its Environs Lewis Publishing : Chicago and New York, 1918, v. II, p 20-1

Cleveland Press February 6, 1935

Obituary - Plain Dealer February 6, 1935, p. 3


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