Walker and Weeks was established in 1911. The firm designed the Cleveland Public Library and Cleveland Board of Education in the Cleveland Group Plan of Public Buildings. They were also the architects of the Federal Reserve Bank and Severance Hall. The firm designed many bank buildings in Cleveland and throughout the region. In the 1920's they had a staff that numbered sixty. Frank Walker died in 1949, however the firm continued in business until 1953. Howard Horn and Frank Rhinehart operated the successor firm which became known as Horn & Reinhart in 1953.
The following are abbreviations used throughout the database
AABN – American Architect and Builders News (1876 – 1909) bp – City of Cleveland Building Permits (1889 – present) cd – City Directories mps – Mary Peale Schofield files – Western Reserve Historical Society Inland – Inland Architect Intestate – Interstate Architect and Builder (1899 – 1902) nd – no date NRHP – National Register of Historic Places OAB – Ohio Architect and Builder (1903 – 1909) OAEB – Ohio Architect, Engineer and Builder (1910 – 1919) ohi – Ohio Historical Inventory form PD – Plain Dealer