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Name: Charles C Colman

Birth/Established: July 23, 1890   Death/Dissolved: July 13, 1978

 


Biography:  
  Charles C. Colman was a graduate of the Cornell University College of Architecture in 1912. He worked as a designer in the office of Frank Meade. In 1916 and 1917 he worked in the offices of Olmsted Brothers in Brookline, Massachusetts and Abram Garfield. He opened the firm of Charles Colman in 1919. He was a veteran of World War I, advancing to the rank of Lieutenant. He worked at the Federal Housing Administration from 1935 until 1943. His office was in the 1900 Euclid Building. He lived in Cleveland at 13708 Ardoon Road, later moving to 1515 Kemper Road. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1916
6721 Ottawa Road
Cleveland
Standing
1919
2565 Norfolk Road
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1919
2866 Fairfax Road
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1923
2641 Dartmoor Road
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1925
Carnegie and East 71st Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1927
3140 Falmouth Road
Shaker Heights
Standing
1927
3058 Van Aken Boulevard
Shaker Heights
Standing
1934
3404 Blanche Avenue
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1945
3621 Severn Road
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1945
3661 Severn Road
Cleveland Heights
Standing
1959-60

Cleveland
Unknown
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Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
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16220 Parkland
Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Cleveland
Unknown

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American Architects Directory, 1956

Campen, Richard Distinguished Homes of Shaker Heights, 1992 - West Summit Press - Beachwood and Ft. Myers, Florida

Cleveland City Directories

http://www.shakeronline.com/relocation/buying


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