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Walter Scholer

Walter Scholer, American architect. Member architectural firm Nicol, Scholar and Hoffman, Lafayette, Indiana, 1920-1925; Member Indiana Board Registration Architects, 1946-1968.; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Background

  • Scholer, Walter was born on May 8, 1890 in Portland, Indiana, United States. Son of Henry and Anna (Weuthrich) Scholer.

  • Education

    • Student Columbia, 1913-1914.

    Career

    • Member architectural firm Nicol, Scholar and Hoffman, Lafayette, Indiana, 1920-1925. Private practice, Lafayette, 1925-1945. Partner firm Walter Scholar & Associates, Lafayette, 1945-1972.

      Principal works include buildings for Purdue University, Ball State Teachers College, Franklin College, Wabash College.

    Membership

    Member architectural firm Nicol, Scholar and Hoffman, Lafayette, Indiana, 1920-1925. Member Indiana Board Registration Architects, 1946-1968. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

    Connections

    • Married Alice Caster, October 20, 1911. Children: Walter, Emerson Caster, Charles Edward.
    • father: Henry Scholer
    • mother: Anna (Weuthrich) Scholer
    • spouse: Alice Caster
    • children: Walter Scholer
    • Emerson Caster Scholer
    • Charles Edward Scholer
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    Died January 29, 1972
    (aged 81)
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