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Name: Charles Uthe

Birth/Established: 1878   Death/Dissolved: 1948

 


Biography:  
  Charles Uthe was born in North Amherst, Ohio and was educated in Cleveland Public Schools. He began work as an architect in 1898 at the National Electric Lamp Company. He worked for Granger & Meade for five years, Meade & Garfield for four years, two years for W. R. Watterson, and with contractor J. A. Reaugh & Son. In 1916 he became supervising engineer with William Sly & Company. Later he was employed with the Northern Blower Company. In 1935 he was appointed construction engineer at the Parsons Engineering Company. Later in life he was associated with I. T. Frary, staff member of the Cleveland Museum of Art. He supervised the drawing and sketches of old homes and monuments throughout Ohio. He was a member of the Cleveland Architectural Club, a member of First Congregational Church, and a Republican. He resided at 1252 East 80th Street. He died in 1948 at St. Vincent Charity Hospital and is buried in Youngstown. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1904
Lorain and Root
Cleveland
Demolished
1905
3909 Rocky River Drive
Cleveland
Demolished
1906
8811 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1907
1318 West 78th Street
Cleveland
Standing

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Cleveland City Directories 1905, 1906, 1907, 1938

Obituary Catholic Universe Bulletin 17 December 1948

Progressive Men of Northern Ohio p222


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