Biographical Sketch of Edward A. Richardson

Richardson, Edward A.; architect and engineer; born, Cleveland, O., Jan. 28, 1874; son of John N. and Martha Wood Richardson; educated, Cleveland grade schools and High School (W. if. S.); Spencerian Business College, Case School of Applied Science; married, Cleveland, Dec. 6, 1897, Esther F. Dillow; and Oct. 26, 1911, Maude H. Buchanan; one daughter, Rose K. Richardson, born June 4, 1900; gen. supt. of sewer construction, City of Cleveland, 1888 to 1900; 1st Lieut. Co. Al 1st Battery of Engineers, O. N. G., 1900 to 1905; sr. lieut. Ohio Naval Militia, 1909, to present time; now executive officer, U. S. S. “Dorothea”; with the exception of two years with the City Engineer’s office, has practiced architecture and engineering, in which business he is at present; has done considerable coal examination work, and spent one year in metalliferous mining in the West; in architecture and engineering, has designed a number of Cleveland’s largest industrial plants; member American Institute of Architects, Cleveland Chapter, R. I. A., National Fire Protective Association (associate), Masonic bodies, Ellsworth Blue Lodge, Hillman Chapter, No. 36, Cleveland Council, Oriental Commandery, Al Koran Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. Recreations: Yachting, Tennis and Fencing.



The Book of Clevelanders: A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company. 1914.

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