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William Herbert Schuchardt

architect

William Herbert Schuchardt, American architect. Member Board Public Land Commissioners, Milwaukee, 1918-1925; member of the board of governors, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Science and History.; Fellow American Institute of Architects; member Pacific Southwest Academy, California History Society.

Background

Schuchardt, William Herbert was born on April 28, 1874 in Milwaukee. Son of Louis and Rosalie (Winkler) Schuchardt.

Education

Student, University Wisconsin, 1891-1893. Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Cornell Univercity, 1895. Doctor of Laws, Occidental College, 1941.

Career

Architectural draughtsman, successively with R. E. Schmidt (Chicago), Cope and Stewardson (Philadelphia), Cass Gilbert (New York), W. G. Rantoul (Boston), 1895-1905. Private practice, Milwaukee, 1905-1925. General manager Pelton Steel Company, Milwaukee, 1917-1920.

Professor architecture, city planning, Cornell Univercity, 1925-1928. Retired to California, 1929.

Membership

Member Board Public Land Commissioners, Milwaukee, 1918-1925. Member of the board of governors, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Science and History. Fellow American Institute of Architects.

Member Pacific Southwest Academy, California History Society. Clubs: Los Angeles University, Bel-Air Bay.

Connections

Married Gertrude Nunnemacher, November 4, 1911 (died 1919). Married second, Mildred Fraser, November 17, 1928.

father:
Louis Schuchardt

mother:
Rosalie (Winkler) Schuchardt

spouses:
Gertrude Nunnemacher

Mildred Fraser