A. C. Schweinfurth
A.C. Schweinfurth American (1864–1900) architect born Albert Cicero Schweinfurth.
Schweinfurth began working as an architect in the East, then moving from Boston to Denver and finally to San Francisco. He was associated with the First Bay Tradition. He designed the Unitarian Church, a "landmark in the history of Bay Area architecture"  (1898), on the University of California, Berkeley campus, as well as the Moody House situated on Le Roy Avenue in Berkeley, California.
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- Gebhard and Winter, ‘’A Guide to Architecture in San Francisco and Northern California’’, Peregrine Smith Books, Salt Lake City, UT, 1985 p.272
- Death notice. San Francisco Call, October 10, 1900, p. 11.
- “Well-Known Architect Is Removed By Death.” San Francisco Call, October 10, 1900, p. 12.
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