George W. Maher (1864-1926)
Maher, George W.
Birth/Death: b. 25 December 1864 – d. 12 September 1926
Occupation: American architect
Location: Chicago, IL
Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 1901-decease
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) 1916
Biographical entry in A Guide to Historic Architecture in Fresno, California
Journal of the American Institute of Architects, death notice, November 1926
Father of Philip Brooks Maher
The American Institute of Architects Archives
Membership file contains correspondence about Fellowship nomination, obituary, chapter resolution.
Northwest Architectural Archives, University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis
E.L. King residence (Rockledge) plans (N 181)
Collection contains the plans of the 1928 renovation of the E.L. King residence "Rockledge." The Ernest L. King residence, known as "Rockledge," was constructed in 1912 by architect George W. Maher. The house, built in Homer, Minnesota, near Winona, was designed in the Chicago Prairie School style. Rockledge was demolished in 1987. The collection contains plans for the 1928 renovation of Rockledge for then owners Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boalt. The architect for the renovation was Philip B. Maher, son of George W. Maher.
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