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Alfred Faist Rosenheim

architect.

Alfred Faist Rosenheim, American architect. Fellow American Institute of Architects since 1889 (former director); member Southern California Chapter American International Assurance (3 times president), Architectural League Pacific Coast (twice president), Fine Arts League Los Angeles (ex-president, and secretary), Municipal Art Commission (past president, secretary, and.

Background

Rosenheim, Alfred Faist was born on June 10, 1859 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of Morris and Matilda (Ottenheimer) Rosenheim.

Education

Educated Hassel’s Institute, Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany, 1872-1874. Washington University, St. Louis, 1874-1879. Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1879-1881.

Career

In offices of various architects, 1881-1884. Associate with Major Francis D. Lee, widely known architect of St. Louis, Missouri, until his death, 1885, succeeding to his business. Practiced on own account in St. Louis and other cities, 1886-1903.

Removed to Los Angeles, 1903. Associated with firm Austin & Ashley, 1926-1935. Architect for the H. W. Hellmanr Building, Hamburger Department Store, 2d Church of Christ, Scientist, Security Bank, Merchants National Bank, Los Angeles Brewery, public schools and many private residences, notably those of E. L. Doheny, Judson C. Rives, Robert Marsh, E. W. Britt, A. J. McQuatters, C. Leonardt, John Howze, James B. True.

Retired after 55 years of practice, October 1, 1941.

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects since 1889 (former director). Member Southern California Chapter American International Assurance (3 times president), Architectural League Pacific Coast (twice president), Fine Arts League Los Angeles (ex-president, and secretary), Municipal Art Commission (past president, secretary, and.

Connections

Married Frances Graham Wheelock, September 30, 1884 (died April.; married second, Ruth R. Salmons, June 10, 1935.

father:
Morris Rosenheim

mother:
Matilda (Ottenheimer) Rosenheim

spouses:
Frances Graham Wheelock

Ruth R. Salmons