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Name: George M Page

Birth/Established: December 3, 1867   Death/Dissolved: August 8, 1949


Firm Affiliation: Blackall & Page

  George M. Page was born and educated in Rochester, New York. He attended the Mechanics Institute, where he studied architecture, machinery, and mechanical drawing. He entered the office of Otto Brock in Rochester where he remained for two years. He then went on to Buffalo where he worked with the firms Lansing & Beisel and Green & Wicks. He then went on to work in the firm of W. W. Kent in New York City. Returning to Rochester, he took charge of the architectural work for the city's water department. In 1896 he went to work for C. H. Blackall in Boston and in 1902 he opened an office in Cleveland under the name of Blackall & Page. From 1908 to 1913 he was in partnership with J. W. C. Corbusier. He lived at 18104 Landseer Road in Collinwood. He was listed as a registered architect in the November 1940 Ohio Architect. He was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution and the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church. He was married to Marion Avery in December 1903 and was the father of one daughter, Ruth. 


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2926 Fontenay Rd
Shaker Heights

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Cleveland City Directories 1903-1917

Cleveland Town Topics 12.2.1908 50:17; 12.19.1908 51:4

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