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William Herbert Schuchardt

William Herbert Schuchardt, American architect. Member Board Public Land Commissioners, Milwaukee, 1918-1925; member of the board of governors, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Science and History.; Fellow American Institute of Architects; member Pacific Southwest Academy, California History Society.

Background

  • Schuchardt, William Herbert was born on April 28, 1874 in Milwaukee. Son of Louis and Rosalie (Winkler) Schuchardt.

  • Education

    • Student, University Wisconsin, 1891-1893. Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Cornell Univercity, 1895. Doctor of Laws, Occidental College, 1941.

    Career

    • Architectural draughtsman, successively with R. E. Schmidt (Chicago), Cope and Stewardson (Philadelphia), Cass Gilbert (New York), W. G. Rantoul (Boston), 1895-1905. Private practice, Milwaukee, 1905-1925. General manager Pelton Steel Company, Milwaukee, 1917-1920.

      Professor architecture, city planning, Cornell Univercity, 1925-1928. Retired to California, 1929.

    Membership

    Member Board Public Land Commissioners, Milwaukee, 1918-1925. Member of the board of governors, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Science and History. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

    Member Pacific Southwest Academy, California History Society. Clubs: Los Angeles University, Bel-Air Bay.

    Connections

    • Married Gertrude Nunnemacher, November 4, 1911 (died 1919). Married second, Mildred Fraser, November 17, 1928.
    • father: Louis Schuchardt
    • mother: Rosalie (Winkler) Schuchardt
    • spouses: Gertrude Nunnemacher
    • Mildred Fraser
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    Born April 28, 1874
    Died April 17, 1958
    (aged 83)
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