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Name: Paul Tresler Cahill

Birth/Established: March 8, 1888   Death/Dissolved: October 28, 1954

 

Firm Affiliation: Fulton, Taylor & Cahill

Biography:  
  Paul T. Cahill took over the architectural practice of Fountain and Moratz (1910-1914), known as A. F. Moratz & Company, in 1913. He was born in Tennessee. His work included churches, schools, hospitals, and libraries. He was a graduate of the Dayton School of Art and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Hiram College. For two years he was an instructor in mechanical and architectural drawing at the Stivers Manual Training High School in Dayton. He later went to Cornell University. He received early training in the offices of Schenk & Williams and Albert Pretzinger in Dayton. From 1921 to 1923 he was a member of the firm of Fulton, Taylor & Cahill. He later moved to Fort Worth, Texas. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1913

Warren
Standing
1913

Hiram
Unknown
1913

Cleveland
Unknown
1913
5920 Engle Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1913
11741 Mantua Center Road
Mantua
Standing
1914
Detroit and Belle
Lakewood
Demolished
1915
1688 Fulton Road
Cleveland
Standing
1917

New Philadelphia
Unknown
1917

Middletown
Unknown
1917

North Fairfield (Huron County)
Unknown
1917

Lakewood
Unknown
1917

Lakewood
Unknown
1917

Cleveland Heights
Unknown
1925
3314 Myers Road
Medina
Standing
nd

Cleveland
Unknown
nd

Fort Madison
Unknown
nd
Coventry Road
Cleveland Heights
Unknown
nd

Canton
Unknown
nd

East Liberty
Unknown
nd
9 North 4th Street
McConnelsville
Standing
nd

East Liberty
Unknown

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Cleveland City Directories

Necrology file October 31, 1954

The Ohio Architect, Engineer and Builder March 1914


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