Spier & Rohns

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Grand Trunk Railway Station, Portland, Maine

Spier & Rohns was a noted Detroit architectural firm operated by Frederick Spier and W. C. Rohns, best remembered for designs of churches and railroad stations. These were frequently executed in the Richardson Romanesque style.

Notable commissions[edit]

 University of Michigan- Tappan Hall-  1893
 

West Medical - University of Michigan (now the Dana Building) 1903


References[edit]

  1. ^ Eckert, Kathryn Bishop, Buildings of Michigan, Oxford University Press, New York 1993 p 141
  2. ^ MacInnes Margo, with Wystan Sevens, A Guide to the Campus of the University of Michigan, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1978 pp 24-25
  3. ^ Hill, Eric J., and John Gallagher, AIA Detroit: The American Institute of Architects Guide to Architecture in Detroit, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, MI 2003
  4. ^ Kvaran, Einar Einarsson, Annotated Inventory of Outdoor Sculpture in Washtenaw County, Master's Thesis, EMU 1989, AA16
  5. ^ Reade, Marjorie and Susan Wineberg, Historic Buildings: Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ann Arbor Historical Foundation, 1992 p 24