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Name: Fugman & Uhlrich

Birth/Established: 1899   Death/Dissolved: 1903

 


Biography:  
  This architectural firm was formed by German-born Godfrey Fugman and French-born Emile Uhlrich and was in existence between 1899 and 1903. Buildings by this firm had a very European flair. Notably they included the Art Nouveau J. L. Hudson store and St. Michael's School on Scranton Road. Fugman and Uhlrich developed an alternative to the Group Plan that called for the mall directly north of Public Square, terminating in a railroad station on the lakefront. A rendering of their proposal appeared in the Ohio Architect and Builder. It had a much more European appearance, with a domed City Hall and Public Library. It also had sites for a music hall and art museum. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1898
6117 Morton
Cleveland
Standing
1898
2019 Center Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
2023 Center Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
2315 East 22nd Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
6201 St. Clair Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1898
2306 Broadview Road
Cleveland
Standing
1899
Superior Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
Baldwin Wallace College
Cleveland
Standing
1899
3117 West 14th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1899
Handy Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
3437 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1899

Cleveland
Demolished
1899
Miles Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
Broadway
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
1452 East 36th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
3181 West 41st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1899
3437 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
2673 East 93rd Street
Cleveland
Standing
1899
2714 East 90th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
Delmar Allottment
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
2104 West 44th Street
Cleveland
Standing
1899-1900
6602-8 Wade Park Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1900
2423 East 61st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1900
8021 Rawlings Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1900
2711 East 90th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1900
6610-22 Wade Park Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
Burton and Trent
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
7105 Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
Dunham Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
Euclid near Lakeview
Cleveland
Demolished
1901
Erkenbrecker Street
Cincinnati
Demolished
1901
5830 Cable Ave
Cleveland
Demolished 1986
1902-3
506 Fourth Street
Marietta
Standing
1903
Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1903
1757 Mills Avenue
Norwood
Standing
1903
5804 - 8 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1904
44 - 50 South Exchange Street
Akron
Demolished
1904
252 East Wood Street
Youngstown
Standing
1906
3146 Scranton Road
Cleveland
Standing

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Downtown and the University: Youngstown, Ohio William A. Brenner March 1976

The Jubilee Edition of the Cleveland Wachter und Anzeiger 1902


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