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Ralph Haase Kloppenburg Edit Profile

Architect

Ralph Haase Kloppenburg was American architect. Registered architect, Wisconsin. Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Wisconsin chapter 1945-1947), Milwaukee Club, University Club, Milwaukee Country Club, Rotary.

Background

Kloppenburg, Ralph Haase was born on November 9, 1903 in Davenport, Iowa, United States. Son of Louis and Alvina (Haase) Kloppenburg.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Illinois.

Career

Instructor University Illinois, 1926-1928. Private practice as Ralph Kloppenburg, 1931-1959, Kloppenburg & Kloppenburg, Milwaukee, from 1959.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Wisconsin.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Principal works include schools Menominee Falls, Wisconsin, 1948-1968, St. Christopher's Episcopal Church, River Hills, Wisconsin, 1956, West Bend Mutual Insurance Company, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Downer Seminary, River Hills, 1961, Zoology Research building University Wisconsin, Madison, 1961, Badger Meter Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Physical Education and Business Economics bldgs, Whitewater University, 1966-1967, University School, Milwaukee, 1970, Germantown (Wisconsin) Schools, 1969-1971, New Berlin (Wisconsin) Schools, 1969-1970, Grafton (Wisconsin) High School, 1973, Weyenberg Library., Mequon, Wisconsin, 1973, numerous others.

Membership

Fellow American Institute of Architects (president Wisconsin chapter 1945-1947), Milwaukee Club, University Club, Milwaukee Country Club, Rotary.

Connections

Married Bernice Schlichting, August 30, 1926. Children: Jack (deceased 1988), Robert K., Jerry K. Sally (Mistress David Conley).

father:
Louis Kloppenburg

mother:
Alvina (Haase) Kloppenburg

spouse:
Bernice Schlichting

child:
Jack Kloppenburg (deceased 1988)

child:
Robert K. Kloppenburg

child:
Jerry K. Kloppenburg