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Name: Charles Bacon Rowley

Birth/Established: April 2, 1890   Death/Dissolved: December 17, 1984

 

Firm Affiliation: Small & Rowley

Biography:  
  Charles Bacon Rowley was born in Springfield, Ohio and went to high school in Jackson, Michigan. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, graduating in 1912. He moved to Cleveland in 1920 establishing the firm of Small and Rowley. That firm was dissolved in 1928 when the firm of Charles Bacon Rowley and Associates was created. From 1957 until 1972 he worked with Ernest Payer, first with the firm Rowley, Payer, Huffman & Leithold (1962-9) and then with Rowley, Payer, Huffman & Caldwell (1969-1972). He was the Vice President of the Shaker Heights School Board. He resided at 2889 Weymouth Road in Shaker Heights and his office was in the Keith Building downtown. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. He retired to Harwich Port, Massachusetts in 1976 and died in Hyannis, Massachusetts in 1984. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
 

Mentor
Unknown
1930

Shaker Heights
Demolished
1932
2077 Campus Road
South Euclid
Standing
1933
6 Oakmount
Wheeling
Standing
1949
1545 Sheridan Road
South Euclid
Standing
1949
18100 Canterbury Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1950
17884 Lake Road
Lakewood
Standing
1953
Kenyon College
Kenyon
Standing
1953
Kenyon College
Kenyon
Standing
1956
Kenyon College
Kenyon
Standing
1959
Superior Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1971
5806 Woodland Avenue
Cleveland
Standing

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Ed. Van Tassel, David and John J. Grabowski; Dictionary of Cleveland Biography Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1996

Who's Who in Ohio1930 ; p.110 - 111


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