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Name: Coburn, Barnum, Benes & Hubbell

Birth/Established: 1896   Death/Dissolved: 1897

 


Biography:  
  Architect Benjamin S. Hubbell joined Forrest Coburn, Frank Barnum, and W. Dominic Benes as partners in this architectural firm in 1896. The firm would dissolve after the death of Forrest Coburn in 1897. Frank Barnum then formed F. S. Barnum & Company. W. Dominic Benes and Benjamin Hubbell would form the firm of Hubbell and Benes. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1896
E. 6th and St. Clair
Cleveland
Demolished
1896
110 East College Street
Oberlin
Standing
1896
214 East 2nd Street
Port Clinton
Standing
1896
8803 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1896
2077 Cornell Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1896
1448 West 81st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1896
1514 Ansel Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1897
8128 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
10702 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1899

Cleveland
Unknown

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Cigliano, Jan Showplace of America: Cleveland’s Euclid Avenue, 1850-1910

Leader December 2, 1897

Plain Dealer December 2, 1897

Some Selections from the Work of Coburn & Barnum (1897)


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