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Name: Adolph Sprackling

Birth/Established: 1863   Death/Dissolved: 1934

 

Firm Affiliation: Sprackling & Matzinger

Biography:  
  Adolph Sprackling was a Captain in the Cleveland Grays. From 1893 to 1897 he was a partner in the firm of Matzinger and Sprackling and later went into business for himself. His office was at 5713 Euclid Avenue. He was murdered over an argument about how to cut salami in his apartment at 7619 Lexington Avenue. 

 

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Building Name Date Address Status
1898
2696-2700 East 55th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1898
es Bolton near Hough
Cleveland
Demolished
1899
1670 Crawford Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1902
4306 Scovill Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1902-3
1330 Huron Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1903
4825-9 Superior
Cleveland
Standing
1904
Sibley Street
Cleveland
Demolished
1905

Wickliffe
Demolished
1905
801-13 Prospect Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1910
Forestville Road
Cleveland
Demolished
1911-12
3233 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1914
863 East 93rd Street
Cleveland
Demolished

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�Slain in Row over how to cut Salami� Cleveland Plain Dealer 11.20.1934


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