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Name: Cudell and Richardson

Birth/Established: 1871   Death/Dissolved: 1890

 


Biography:  
  Cudell and Richardson was active from 1871 to 1890. This firm designed commercial buildings and residences during the height of the Victorian era. It also designed several churches in Cleveland and surrounding communities, several of which had strong German congregations. It is best remembered for its large commercial buildings. These included the Root & McBride Building (1884), the George Worthington Company Building (1882), the Perry Payne Building (1889), the Beckmann Building (1888), and B.S. Hippler's Block. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1872
6409 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1873
2301 Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1873-4
Broad and Chapel
Monroeville
Standing
1874
1500 West 25th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1874
West 54th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1874- 1883
1688 Fulton Road
Cleveland
Standing
1875
2585 East 55th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1875-8

Glandorf
Standing
1876
2513-25 Detroit
Cleveland
Standing
1879-81

Ft. Laramie
Standing
1880
Sisters of Notre Dame Convent
Cleveland
Demolished
1880
1901 West 25th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1880
12028 Lake Avenue
Lakewood
Demolished
1881
4318 Franklin Boulevard
Cleveland
Standing
1881
2416 East 9th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1881
3848 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1882
St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1882
707- 5 West St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1882
802-32 St. Clair NW
Cleveland
Standing
1882
Champlain Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1883
2548 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1884
1220 West 6th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1885
811 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1886
1362 - 80 East 3rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1887
West 6th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1887
3754 Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
387-409 West Superior
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
4900 Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
740 Superior NW
Cleveland
Standing
1888
2693 East 53rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
2323 West 14th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1889
2355 East 55th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1889
2200 East 40th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1889
3111 East 87th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1889
314-8 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1889-90
1143 West 6th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
2701 West 14th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1890
4911 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
nd
1538-62 West 3rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
nd
2104 Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
nd
262 Prospect
Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished
nd
Woodland and Maple
Cleveland
Demolished
nd
5308 Lorain Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished

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American Art Annual 1903-4, v. 4, p144

Book of Clevelanders 1914 Cleveland : The Burrow Brothers Company p, 67

History of Cleveland, p. 642-5

Leading Manufacturers and Merchants of the City of Cleveland and Environs p 133

Plain Dealer "City Converts Old Cudell Home into Hobby Center" August 16, 1939

Plain Dealer "Mrs. Cudell dies, Gave park to City" May 22, 1937

Press "Death of wife of F.E. Cudell Gives City Park" May 22, 1937


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