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Raphael Nathan Friedman

architect , engineer.

Raphael Nathan Friedman, American architect, engineer. Served as captain C.E., United States Army, 1917-1919. Licensed structural engineer, Illinois; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member Illinois Society Architects, Society American Military Engineers.

Background

Friedman, Raphael Nathan was born on March 10, 1890 in Warren, Illinois, United States. Son of Leopold Hirsch and Johanna (Barry) Friedman.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Armour Institute Technology, 1911. Student The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1907-1911.

Career

December 1937); children—Warren James, Tom Richard. Married second, Ruth Klauber, September 9, 1939. Indiana practice architecture, 1911-1916.

Professor architecture Chicago Technology College, 1911-1916. Vice president Alfred S. Alschuler, Inc., 1920-1940. Senior partner Friedman Alschuler & Sincere, since 1940.

Chief architect Gary Armor Plate Plant, other projects include Bond Store (Chicago), plants of Central Steel & Wire Company, Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, Cincinnati, United States Parcel Post Stations and Bulk Mail Handling Unit, Cleveland.

Membership

Served as captain C.E., United States Army, 1917-1919. Licensed structural engineer, Illinois. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects.

Member Illinois Society Architects, Society American Military Engineers. Clubs: Cliff Dwellers, Standard (Chicago.

Connections

Married Gladys Glick, April.; married second, Ruth Klauber, September 9, 1939. Children: Warren James, Tom Richard.

father:
Leopold Hirsch Friedman

mother:
Johanna (Barry) Friedman

spouses:
Gladys Glick

Ruth Klauber

children:
Warren James Friedman

Tom Richard Friedman