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Name: William A Bohnard

Birth/Established: July 2, 1877   Death/Dissolved: November 1945

 

Firm Affiliation: Bohnard & Parsson

Biography:  
  William A. Bohnard was born in Cleveland, educated in the public schools, and attended the Cleveland School of Art. In 1896 he completed the illustrations for the Century Architectural Company's Modern Homes publication. He formed his own architectural firm at the age of twenty-two in 1899 and was later joined by Raymond Parsson. Their office was in the 1900 Euclid Building. The firm's business was largely residential, but they had also designed some downtown commercial buildings and Lake Avenue apartment buildings. Bohnard was one of the founders of the Cleveland School of Architecture, later associated with Western Reserve University. He was a long time resident of 9815 Newton Avenue. He is buried in Acacia Park Cemetery. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1904
1901 Idlewood Street
East Cleveland
Standing
1904
11901 Carlton Road
Cleveland
Standing
1904
Euclid Avenue at East 86th Street
Cleveland
Demolished

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Architectural Record Sept 1918 p187-198

Campen, Richard Distinguished Homes of Shaker Heights 19921909 Cleveland Architectural Club Catalogue

Cleveland City Directories

Cleveland Necrology file

Obituary - Plain Dealer November 28, 1945


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