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Name: Frank B Meade

Birth/Established: January 6, 1867   Death/Dissolved: March 1947

 


Biography:  
  Frank B. Meade was born in Norwalk, Ohio and educated in the Cleveland public schools, graduating from Central High School. He graduated from Wesleyan College and Boston Tech (later known as Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in 1888. He spent four years in Chicago working for the firm of Jenney and Mundie before returning to Cleveland in 1893 where he worked in the offices of Charles Schweinfurth and George H. Smith. He opened an office in 1895. From 1896-7 he was in partnership with Alfred Hoyt Granger; from 1898 to 1905 he was in partnership with Abram Garfield; and from 1911 to 1939 his was associated with James M. Hamilton. Throughout his career, no matter the makeup of the firm, he was known as the architect of some of the city's finest residential projects built in the early 20th century, including numerous residences in the Euclid Heights development and Shaker Heights. He was known for the English domestic style of architecture. He designed houses for wealthy patrons throughout his career. He also designed several clubhouses and commercial buildings. He was appointed a member of the Cleveland Group Plan Commission after the death of Daniel Burnham. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1894
1934 East 81st Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1894
2285 East 89th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
2035 East 100th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
1913 East 70th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
1916 East 75th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
1908 East 70th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
2044 Cornell Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
1809 East 70th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
578 East Market Street
Akron
Demolished
1895
61 West Main Street
Norwalk
Standing
1905
1861 East 93rd Street
Cleveland
Standing
1906
2197 Harcourt
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1906
7927 Middle Ridge
Unionville
Standing
1906
2208 Harcourt
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1906
1516 Warrensville Center
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1907

Cleveland
Demolished
1907
2656 East Overlook
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1907
3196 Fairmount Boulevard
Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1907
1621 Magnolia
Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1907
2207 Harcourt
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1907
2201 Harcourt Road
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1907
11455 Juniper Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1907
2656 Berkshire
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1907

Cleveland
Demolished
1908
27350 Lake Shore Boulevard
Euclid
Demolished
1908
17820 Lake Avenue
Lakewood
Standing
1909
1520 East 108th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1909
11130 Magnolia Drive
Cleveland
Standing
1909
13900 Bennett Road
North Royalton
Demolished
1909
2725 Overlook Drive
Cleveland Heights
Demolished
1910
2648 East Overlook
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1910
11006 Edgewater Drive
Cleveland
Standing
1910
11210 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1910
1621 East 118th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1910
11027 Magnolia Drive
Cleveland
Standing
1911
7100 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1913
West 6th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1917
11207 Magnolia Drive
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
Attleborough and Parkland
Cleveland
Standing
1919
1801 Chestnut Hill
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1922
2665 North Park
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1928
1629 Dodge Court
Cleveland
Standing
1929
10660 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
c1908
2656 Overlook
Cleveland Heights
Standing
nd
1561 Mistletoe
Cleveland
Demolished
nd
1669 East 115th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
nd
11027 Magnolia
Cleveland
Standing
nd
1706 Magnolia
Cleveland
Demolished

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In Our Day - Cleveland Heights Its People, Its Places, Its Past

Obituary - Plain Dealer 3.23.1947

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