1890 - 1899

Tattersall Stables, 21st and Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, Client:  Tatersall Stables, “preparing plans” according to citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1890.
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Logan McClintic-Smith
3920-3922 Spruce Street; House of Our Own, c. 1890, Philadelphia, PA, Client:  William Weightman

Fleisher Residence, Client:  Fleisher, B.W., (preparing plans in 1890 Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide).
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2301 Green Street, Fleisher Residence, Client:  Fleisher, Benjamin, W., c. 1890, Philadelphia, PA.
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717-727 N. 17th Street, c. 1890, Philadelphia, PA.
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Logan McClintic-Smith
3916 Spruce Street, Pi Beta Phi Sorority House; Pi Kappa Alpha , Fraternity House, 1890, Philadelphia, PA, Client:  Willliam Weightman.
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NW Corner of N. 12th Street & Arch Street, Bingham Hotel, 1890, Philadelphia, PA.
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Building, 1890, Bethelehem, PA. George H. Meyers, client.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)

Weightman Residences, South 39th Street and Spruce Street, Philadephia, PA, 1890. Client:  William Weightman. “On the boards” according to 1890 citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Weightman Residences, South 37th Street and Chestnut Street, Philadephia, PA, 1890. Client: Mrs. William Weightman. “Plans completed” according to 1890 citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide. Demolished.
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Maloney Residence, Spring Lake (Spring Lake Beach), Monmouth County, New Jersey, 1891. Client: Martin Maloney.
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Glazer, Irvin R., Philadelphia Theaters:  A Pictorial
Architectural History from the Collection of The
Athenaeum of Philadelphia.
A Joint Publication of The
Athenaeum of Philadelphia and Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 1994.
The Empire Theater,
Broad and Locust, Philadelphia, PA, 1891.
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Jarvis Residences, New Jersey, citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1891, “plans completed” for two dwellings.  
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Jewish Foster Home, Mill Street and Chew Avenue (Germantown) Philadelphia, PA, 1891, Client: Jewish Foster Home, additions/alterations – annex added. 
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Plans and Sections, Magaziner & Eberhard, Architects, 7/8/1919. Magaziner Collection, Athenaeum of Philadelphia.
Jewish Foster Home & Orphan Asylum Gymnasium
, Church Lane and Chew Avenue (Germantown) Philadelphia, PA, 1891, Client: Jewish Foster Home &  Orphan Asylum.
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Wilcox Residences, NW corner of 41st Street and West Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 1891. Client: Joseph Wilcox.
5 dwellings. Completed plans according to 1891 citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Carnegie Library: Expanded Metal Lath (90,000 sq. ft.)
(alterations by Merritt & Co., Inc., 1899)
AIA/T-Square Yearbook, p. 193 (1899)
Carnegie Library, 1891, Pittsburgh, PA. (competition).
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)
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Chamberlain's Hotel (alterations and additions), 1891, Washington D.C.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)
(Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide).
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Residences, Broad Street and Poplar Street, Philadelphia, PA. Drew plans and will supervise, according to citations in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1891.
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2 cottages, 1891, Como, NJ. Charles Jarvis, client.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)

Park Central Hotel, 1892, Hartford, CT. W.C. Daly, client.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)
“Preparing plans” citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1892.
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Brown & Connelly Residences, Leidy Avenue, 41st Street, W. Girard Avenue
(“Leidy Avenue, NW of 41st & Girard Ave.”), “17 residences”, constructed after 1892.
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Logan McClintic-Smith
Welton Residence
, 2024 Locust Street; 2025 Latimer Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1892. Client:  Jane E. Welton.
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Heywood Chair Factory: Weightman Factory & Warehouse: Heywood Factory & Warehouse, 1010-1016 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1892. Client: Wiliam Weightman.
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Philadelphia Historical Commission
Keilick Auditorium & Riding Academy
: The Arena Riding Academy: Briggs Riding Academy, auditorium, hall, school, Chestnut Street, South 23rd Street, West Johnson Street and S. 24th Street, 2301 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, additions/alterations, 1893. Client:  Louis A. Keilick.
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The Universal Apartment House, completed plans in 1893 according to citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Walker Residence, 1330 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1893. Client: Robert J.C. Walker. Citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1893. Demolished.
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Rendering. Irvin R. Glazer Theater Collection, Athenaeum of Philadelphia
699 North Broad Street/SE Corner of Fairmount Avenue & North Broad Street,
Divine Lorraine Hotel/Lorraine Hotel/Lorraine Apartment House, 1893-1894.
Client: Willis G. Hale, Syndicate, Philadelphia, PA.
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Building for lodge purposes, 1894, 26th and Cumberland Street, Philadelphia, PA.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)

SE Corner of S. 16th Street & Spruce Street, The Augusta, apartment house, plans completed 1894 .(Philadelphia Real Estate and Builders Guide) Client:  Augusta Hotel Co., Plans completed in 1894, unbuilt as of November 1896 (Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide, v. 11, n. 48, p. 923 (11/25/1896).
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Philadelphia Historical Commission Files, Philadelphia Historical Commission.
Stafford Residence & Carriage House;  Alpha Delta Chapter of Pi Lmada Phi Fraternity, Inc
., 2000 North Broad Street, Client:  Stafford, John, c. 1895 Carriage house demolished. Philadelphia Register of Historic Places 
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Hotel, Ocean City, Cape May County, citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1895, “plans completed.”
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Hotel, 1895, Atlantic City, NJ.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)

Carlisle & Norris Street Property, NE Corner of Carlisle Street & Norris Street
(Rear of 2000 N. Broad), c. 1895, Philadelphia, PA.
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Weightman Store, 624-626 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1896. Client: William Weightman. Alterations/additions according to citations in 1896 Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Weightman Factory, 501 Commerce Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1896. Client: William Weightman. “Work begun” 1896 according to citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Weightman Residences, South 38th Street and Locust Avenue, Philadelphia, PA,1896. 10 dwellings. Client: William Weightman. “Preparing plans” according to 1896 citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide. Demolished. Link to Philadelphia Buildings

Weightman Residences, Chestnut Street and South 36th Street (“South side of Chestnut, west of 36th”), Philadelphia, PA, 1897. 8 dwellings. Client: William Weightman. “Work begun” according to 1897 citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide. Demolished.
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Weightman Store, 826 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1897. Alterations/additions according to citation in 1897 Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Residences, 63rd Street and Lansdowne Avenue (Overbrook Heights), Philadelphia, PA. Plans completed 1897, contracts awarded 1898 according to citations in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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132 houses, 1897, 63rd and Lansdowne Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. With H.E. Flower.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)

 


Historical Soceity of Pennsylvania
Gimbel Brothers Department Store
, Market Street, South side between 8th & 9th Streets, additions/alterations 1897.
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Store, 816 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1897. Addition to Gimbel Brothers Department Store.
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Rittenhouse Apartments, South 22nd Street and Chestnut Street, Client: William Weightman and John Sharp, alterations/additions in 1898 according to citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide.
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Widener Residence, 1899, 1202-1204 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA. Client: George D. Widener.
Converted in 1901 to Solomon Greenberg apartment houses.
Biographical Dictionary of Philadelphia Architects: 1700-1930.
Sandra L. Tatman and Roger W. Moss (Boston: GK Hall and Co., 1985)

Weightman Apartment House, Philadelphia, PA, 1899. Client: William Weightman. Completed plans to convert residences to apartments according to citation in Philadelphia Real Estate Record and Builder’s Guide 1899.
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Gimbel Brothers Warehouse, 2012-2018 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA, after 1899. Client: Weightman, William.
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Building, 931-937 Market Street, after 1899, Client: Weightman, William.
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Ketcham Residences, two dwellings, Green Street and 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA, 1890’s.
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Southeastern Corner of South Penn Square - The Lincoln Building, 10/4/1916. Philadelphia Historical Commission Files, Philadelphia Historical Commission.
Lincoln Building competition
, Lincoln Building:Betz Building, South Broad Street and South Penn Square, Philadelphia, PA,  1890’s. Client: John F. Betz.
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