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Name: Alexander C Wolf

Birth/Established: December 31, 1880   Death/Dissolved: December 5, 1966

 


Biography:  
  Alexander C. Wolf was active as an architect in Cleveland from 1911 to 1954. His office was in the Swetland Building and he lived at 1665 Hower in East Cleveland. He was a member of the City Planning Commission (1922-1927) under Mayor Kohler. He was a production manager of the Peerless Motor Car Company during World War I. During the Great Depression he was a building appraiser with the Federal Housing Administration and Federal Homeowners Loan Corporation. He was an architect with the Cleveland Transit System during World War II.  

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1914
2064 Abington Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1914
11006 Lake Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1914
1007 Central Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
E.16th Street near Euclid
Cleveland
Demolished
1917

Shelby
Demolished
1917
Euclid and East 46th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
2596 Fairmount Boulevard
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1917
Cleveland Heights
Cleveland
Unknown
1917
East 17th Street and Payne Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
11117 Williams Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1917
2015 East 40th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1921
1127 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1925
15025 Shore Acres Drive
Cleveland
Standing
1925
1209-11 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1927
15333-5 Waterloo Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1929
Lake Shore and Lloyd Rd
Euclid
Standing

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Plain Dealer - "A.C. Wolf, Retired Architect, Dies" - December 5, 1966


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