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Edward J. Schulte

Edward J. Schulte, American architect. Awarded Sach’s prize, Cincinnati Fine Arts Institute “for outstanding achievement in architecture,” 1930. Member Institute Architects, Cincinnati Literary.

Background

  • Schulte, Edward J. was born on April 27, 1890 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. Son of John and Mary Louise (Otto) Schulte.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, high school, Norwood, O. Student Cincinnati Art Academy.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Dorothy Louise. Began as draftsman with Werner & Adkins, Cincinnati, 1908. In practice as architect from 1912.

      Member Crowe and Schulte, 1921-1934. Practicing independently from October 1934. Works include cathedrals and other church buildings in various parts of the United States.

    Works

    • Works include cathedrals and other church buildings in various parts of the United States Awarded Sach’s prize, Cincinnati Fine Arts Institute “for outstanding achievement in architecture,” 1930.

    Membership

    Member Institute Architects, Cincinnati Literary.

    Connections

    • Married Louise E. Franke, October 10, 1912.
    • father: John Schulte
    • mother: Mary Louise (Otto) Schulte
    • spouse: Louise E. Franke
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    Born April 27, 1890
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