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Wheeling Architects

Some of this information has come from four weekly articles written by Kate Quinn during May 2009 for the Wheeling Intelligencer. Kate's work is now available here.

Barthberger, Charles F.

Mount De Chantal Visitation Academy

Bates, Charles W.

1879-1928, (see also The Men Who Built Wheeling)
National Bank of West Virginia, 1201 Main St (built 1915)
Capital Music Hall (1928)
Ohio Valley General Hospital
Fort Henry Club
Windsor Hotel
Riley Law Building
Wheeling Public Library (Bennett Square as of 2009)
Wheeling Clinic
Stifel Fine Arts Center
Central Union Building

Giesey, Millard Fillmore

1856-1932, (see also The Men Who Built Wheeling)
Warwood Firehouse
Central Parish School
Alpha Sigma Phi house at Bethany College
St Stanislaus Church
St Stephens Reformed Church
St Johns Reformed Church
94 14th St (Good House)

Faris, Fred F.

1870-1927, (see also The Men Who Built Wheeling)
Mount Carmel Monastery - 1917
Children's Home (demolished)
German Bank (Laconia Bld)
Howard Mansion and apartments
Madison School
Market Auditorium (demolished)
McFadden Building, 1122 Market St (1909)
Schmulbach Building, 1134 Market St (1907)
Mount Carmel Monastery (1917)
North Wheeling Hospital (demolished)
Pollack Memorial Monument (1928)
Scottish Rite Cathedral
Tridelphia School (1922)
Wagner Wholesale Grocery (Main Street Bank)
Wheeling High School (demolished)
Wheeling Steel Building (Severstal Bld)

Franzhein, Edward

(see also The Men Who Built Wheeling)
Bank of Wheeling (1892)
Court Theater (1890s)
Virginia, El Villa and Howard apartments
Ohio Valley General Hospital
Rogers Hotel
Hazel-Atlas building
Wheeling Park entrance gates and the White Palace.
Uplands (John Schenk House) now know as Altenheim
Vance Memorial Presbyterian Church

Wells, E.W.

Robert C. Hazlett House, 921 Main St (1887)

Non-Wheeling Architects

Marsh & Peters

Wheeling Federal Office Building

Young, Ammi B.

Supervising Architect, U.S. Dept. of Treasury
Wheeling Custom House/Independence Hall