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Raphael Nathan Friedman

Raphael Nathan Friedman, American architect, engineer. Served as captain C.E., United States Army, 1917-1919. Licensed structural engineer, Illinois; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Illinois Society Architects, Society American Military Engineers.

Background

  • Friedman, Raphael Nathan was born on March 10, 1890 in Warren, Illinois, United States. Son of Leopold Hirsch and Johanna (Barry) Friedman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Armour Institute Technology, 1911. Student The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1907-1911.

    Career

    • December 1937); children—Warren James, Tom Richard. Married second, Ruth Klauber, September 9, 1939. Indiana practice architecture, 1911-1916.

      Professor architecture Chicago Technology College, 1911-1916. Vice president Alfred S. Alschuler, Inc., 1920-1940. Senior partner Friedman Alschuler & Sincere, since 1940.

      Chief architect Gary Armor Plate Plant, other projects include Bond Store (Chicago), plants of Central Steel & Wire Company, Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cincinnati, United States Parcel Post Stations and Bulk Mail Handling Unit, Cleveland.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Served as captain C.E., United States Army, 1917-1919. Licensed structural engineer, Illinois. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

    Member Illinois Society Architects, Society American Military Engineers. Clubs: Cliff Dwellers, Standard (Chicago.

    Connections

    • Married Gladys Glick, April.; married second, Ruth Klauber, September 9, 1939. Children: Warren James, Tom Richard.
    • father: Leopold Hirsch Friedman
    • mother: Johanna (Barry) Friedman
    • spouses: Gladys Glick
    • Ruth Klauber
    • children: Warren James Friedman
    • Tom Richard Friedman
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