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Samuel G. Wiener

Samuel G. Wiener, American architect. Member Louisiana Board Architects, 1935-1950.; Served as ensign United States Naval Reserve Force, World War I.; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (first president N. Louisiana chapter); member Tau Sigma Delta, Zeta Beta Tau.

Background

  • Wiener, Samuel G. was born on December 26, 1896 in Monroe, Louisiana, United States. Son of Sam, Junior, and Tillie (Loeb) W.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan, 1920. Student Atelier Corbett-Gugler, New York City, 1921, Atelier Gromort, Paris, France, 1922-1923.

    Career

    • Engaged in practice of architecture, 1923-1977. Works exhibited Paris International Exhibition, San Francisco Exhibition, European traveling exhibit Museum Modern Art. Plan. supervision public and commercial buildings Samuel G. Wiener & Associate, 1934-1977.

    Works

    • Author: Venetian Houses and Details, 1928.

    Membership

    Member Louisiana Board Architects, 1935-1950. Served as ensign United States Naval Reserve Force, World War I. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (first president N. Louisiana chapter).

    Member Tau Sigma Delta, Zeta Beta Tau.

    Connections

    • Married Marion Pfeifer, April. Children: Samuel G., Earl Louis.
    • father: Sam Wiener
    • mother: Tillie (Loeb) Wiener
    • spouse: Marion Pfeifer
    • children: Samuel G. Wiener
    • Earl Louis Wiener
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    Born December 26, 1896
    Died June 24, 1977
    (aged 80)
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