Biographical Sketch of Ralph Martin Hulett

Hulett, Ralph Martin; architect; born, Cleveland, March 28, 1873; son of Martin Paul and Esther Fawcett Hulett; graduated from the Cleveland public schools in 1891, then took up the study of architecture under special tutors; married, Bradford, Pa., Aug. 28, 1895, Clara C. Goodyear; one boy, Coulter Townsend Hulett, age 15; was architect for numerous buildings in Cleveland, such as high class apartments and residences, The Farmers & Mechanics Bank Bldg., the lodge rooms of Brooklyn Lodge, F. & A. M., The Richmond Hotel, Akron and several school buildings for the centralized school districts adjacent to Cleveland and Akron; since forming the Ralph M. Hulett Co., have specialized and designed numerous factories in and around Cleveland; designed the Christian Missionary Alliance, hotel at Beulah Park; organizer and head of the Ralph M. Hulett Co., architects and engineers, main office, Lenox Bldg., Cleveland; the firm has representatives in Akron and surrounding towns; associate member the Cleveland Real Estate Board; member Brooklyn Lodge of Masons, 454, and Fraternal Order of Eagles, No. 135.


Surnames:
Hulett,

Topics:
Biography,

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

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