John F. Wing

John F. Wing 1852-1947 John F. Wing was a prominent architect in Fort Wayne Indiana in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Knowledge of Wing’s early life is ...
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John F. Wing

LeRoy Bradley

Leroy Bradley 1895-1959 Local architect LeRoy Bradley was born in Fort Wayne on February 1, 1895, the only child of Edgar and Cordelia Bradley. Bradley attended Central High School in ...
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LeRoy Bradley

Grace E. Crosby

Grace E. Crosby 1874-1962 Grace E. Crosby was among the earliest women to work as an architect in Indiana, beginning her career at a time when few women nationally had ...
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Grace E. Crosby

Edwin A. Gibson

Edwin A. Gibson (1925-2011) Architect Edwin A. Gibson (1925-2011) left a statewide legacy of public, religious, commercial, institutional and residential buildings, a legacy that began in Fort Wayne. After growing ...
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Edwin A. Gibson

Guy M. Mahurin

Guy M. Mahurin 1877-1941 Guy M. Mahurin was an American architect and nephew of the well-known architect, Marshall Stimson Mahurin. He was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana August 14th, 1877 ...
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Guy M. Mahurin

Joel Roberts Ninde

Joel Roberts Ninde, 1874-1916 Joel Roberts Ninde was among the earliest women to work in architecture, building a number of homes under the auspices of the Wildwood Building Company which ...
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Joel Roberts Ninde

Pohlmeyer & Pohlmeyer

Fred Pohlmeyer (1885-1953) Fort Wayne natives Fred W. Pohlmeyer (1885-1953) and Martin W. “Mox” Pohlmeyer (1896-1981) were sons of a local building contractor. Fred W. obtained his architectural training working ...
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Pohlmeyer & Pohlmeyer

A.M. Strauss

Alvin Strauss (1895-1958) Alvin M. Strauss was a Fort Wayne architect who designed many landmark buildings in Indiana and Ohio throughout the early twentieth century. Born in 1895 to immigrant ...
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A.M. Strauss

John M. E. Riedel

John M. E. Riedel 1865-1949 John M. E. Riedel, born December 2, 1865, in St. Louis, Missouri, to John and Margaret Riedel, was a diligent and hardworking student throughout his early ...
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John M. E. Riedel

Charles Weatherhogg

Charles Weatherhogg 1872-1937 Charles Weatherhogg was an American architect who was known for his role in the modern development of Fort Wayne, Indiana and the structures he designed throughout the ...
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Charles Weatherhogg