logo logo

Leonard Schultze

Leonard Schultze, American architect. Fellow American Institute Architects; member Architectural League of New York, Beaux Arts Institute of Design, Society Mayflower Descendants, Phi Gamma Delta.; Clubs. American Yacht.

Background

  • Schultze, Leonard was born on December 5, 1877 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Edward and Ida Kate (Leonard) Schultze.

  • Education

    • Student College City of New York, 1892-1894. Pupil of E. L. Masqueray, of New York City and Architectural School of Metropolitan Museum of Art.

    Career

    • Practiced in New York City since 1900. Member Schultze & Weaver (now Leonard Schultze & Associates) since 1921. Firm designers of New Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Pierre Hotel, Park Lane Hotel, Sherry-Netherland Hotel (all of New York City), The Breakers Hotel (Palm Beach, Florida), Roney Plaza (Miami Beach, Florida), Los Angeles Biltmore, Biltmore Theatre (Los Angeles), Clift Hotel (San Francisco), Springfield (O.) Daily News Building, White Plains (New York) Hospital, housing developments for Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, Alexandria, Virginia, new home office building Metropolitan Life Insurance County, New York City.

      Also many others. Sergt. 1st Battalion, 2d Regiment United States Volunteer Engineers, 1898, Spanish-American War.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute Architects. Member Architectural League of New York, Beaux Arts Institute of Design, Society Mayflower Descendants, Phi Gamma Delta. Clubs. American Yacht.

    Connections

    • Married Agnes Frances Briggs, November 25, 1903. Children: Kathryn Marion (Mistress.
    • father: Edward Schultze
    • mother: Ida Kate (Leonard) Schultze
    • spouse: Agnes Frances Briggs
    • child: Kathryn Marion (Mrs Schultze
    See on larger map
    Born December 5, 1877
    Died August 25, 1951
    (aged 73)
    Nationality