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Name: Philip Lindsley Small

Birth/Established: July 18, 1890   Death/Dissolved: May 16, 1963

 


Biography:  
  Philip Small was born in Washington, D.C. He came to Cleveland in 1904 and attended Adelbert College of Western Reserve University from 1909 to 1912 and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1915. He lived in Cleveland Heights and Hunting Valley. He was the Hunting Valley building commissioner and member of the board of zoning appeals. He served as a member of the Western Reserve University board of trustees and board of supervising architects. He was a member of the Union, Country, and Hermit Clubs and was a fellow in the American Institute of Architects. The firm of Small and Rowley specialized in traditional colonial and English revival architecture. He resided at 2898 Kingsley in Shaker Heights, with an office in the Terminal Tower. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. He lived at 1298 Westover Road in Cleveland Heights. He died at the Cleveland Clinic Hospital and was buried in Lake View Cemetery. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
 

Unknown
1921
2879 Weybridge
Shaker Heights
Standing
1922
4200 Market Avenue
Canton
Standing
1922
2919 Sedgewick Road
Shaker Heights
Standing
1923 - 4
2900 Fairmount Boulevard
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1924
2717 Leighton Road
Shaker Heights
Standing
1926-7
2040 East 86th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1927
19900 Marchmont Road
Beachwood
Standing
1928

Cleveland
Standing
1929
Van Aken Boulevard
Cleveland
Standing
1929
Fairmount Boulevard and Lander Road
Cleveland
Standing
1931
Public Square
Cleveland
Standing
1931 -5
20700 North Park
University Heights
Standing
1951-2
2033 McCoy Road
Huntington
Standing
1956

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Unknown
nd
East 40th and Cedar
Unknown
Nd

Unknown
nd

Wickliffe
Unknown
nd

Lexington
Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Standing
nd

Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Unknown
Nd

Unknown
nd

Lexington
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
21600 Shaker Boulevard
Unknown
nd

Roanoke
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd
3300 Courtland
Shaker Heights
Unknown
nd

Unknown
Nd

Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Unknown
nd

Columbus
Unknown
nd

White Sulphur Springs
Standing
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Cincinnatini
Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Standing
nd

Unknown
nd
27840 Aurora Road
Aurora Road Aurora
Unknown
Nd

Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
19414 Detroit Road
Rocky River
Standing
nd

Staunton
Unknown
nd

Wickliffe
Unknown
nd

Lexington
Demolished
nd

Demolished
Nd

Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Unknown

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Cleveland City Directories

Representative Clevelanders p 212

Who’s Who in Ohio (1930) p.110, 120

“Philip L. Small, 72, Architect, Is Dead” Plain Dealer; May 17, 1963


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