Rudolph Weaver, Architect

Updated: Jan 22


Rudolph Weaver - 1880 - 1944


Education:

1902 -1903 - Pennsylvania State College, Old Colleyge, Pennslvania

1903 - 1905 - Diploma of Architecture, Drexel College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1906 - 1907 - Columbia University, New York City, New York

1907 - Atelier of Henry Hornbostel of the Society of Beaux Arts Architects

1919 - Bachelor of Engineering, Drexel College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Academic Appointments:

1909 - 1911 - Professor of Architecture, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois

1911 - 1923 - Chairman, Department of Architecture, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington

1923 - 1925 - Chairman of the Architecture Department, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho

1925 - 1944 - Founding Dean, College of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida


Professional Affiliations:

1925 - 1944 - Florida Board of Control, Tallahassee, Florida


Honors

Weaver Residence Hall named after him, University of Florida, 562 Gale Lemerand Drive Gainesville, Florida


Notable Works:

1926 - John F. Segal Building, formally the Dixie Hotel, 408 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1939 - Episcopal Student Center, First Unit, with Architect William Arnett, 1522 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida


Rudolph Weaver



1926 - John F. Segal Building, formally the Dixie Hotel, 408 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1939 - Episcopal Student Center, First Unit, with Architect William Arnett, 1522 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida




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