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Samuel G. Wiener

architect.

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