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Name: William H Dunn

Birth/Established: 1841   Death/Dissolved: March 31, 1906

 


Biography:  
  William H. Dunn was the architect of several important religious buildings. He is also noted for his work for the Cleveland Board of Education. He served the Union in the Civil War as a private with 15th Regiment of the Ohio Infantry, Company K. He worked in the office of Levi T. Scofield for seventeen years. He designed St. Stanislaus Church in 1886, the Convent of the Good Shepherd, St. Wendelin Church, and St. Mary's Church in Lorain. He was the City building inspector under Mayors Babcock (1887-8) and Gardner (1885-1886, 1889 -1891). He was also superintendent of school buildings and was responsible for Cleveland Public Schools from 1884 to 1894. He boarded on Quincy Avenue in 1900 and was never married. He owned one sixth of the Fulton Tool Company. He died March 31, 1906 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
 

Zanesville
Demolished
1882
Prospect Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1884
E.31 & Payne
Cleveland
Demolished
1886
3649 East 65th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1887
E.90 & Hough -
Cleveland
Demolished
1888
3604 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1889
2027 West 65th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1889
4602-8 Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1890

Cleveland
Demolished
1890
2312 East 40th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
East 40 & Central
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
E.93 & Miles Park -
Cleveland
Demolished
1890
2250 East 71st Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
3349 Sackett Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
9511 Buckeye Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
W.10 & Jefferson
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
3900 Reservoir
Cleveland
Demolished
1891
1950 East 107th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1892

Cleveland
Demolished
1892
4105 Warren Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1893
E.90 & Hough
Cleveland
Demolished
1893
1130 Addison Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1893

Cleveland
Demolished
1893-4
5805 Cedar Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1894
2640 E. 31st Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1894
2094 East 90th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1894
7351 Broadway
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
Central Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1895
300 West 8th Street
Lorain
Demolished
1896
12001 Mayfield Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1897
9218 Edmunds Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
925 Main Street
Zanesville
Standing
1899
ss Hough east of Brookfield
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
3437 East 93rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1900
1618 East 65th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1900
11466 - 8 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
Hazard and Perry
Cleveland
Demolished
1902

Cleveland
Demolished
1902
East 30th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1903
2259-81 Columbus Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1903
2617 East 69th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1904
Sibley and Sterling
Cleveland
Demolished
1904
Pearl and Althen
Cleveland
Demolished

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Cleveland City Directories 1895 1905

Cleveland News 3.31.1906

Leader 6.7.1906


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