Hentz, Reid & Adler
Hentz, Reid & Adler was an architectural firm that did work in the U.S. state of Georgia. The firm is "known in the Southeast for their Beaux-Arts style and as the founding fathers of the Georgia school of classicism."
The partnership Hentz & Reid included Hal Fitzgerald Hentz (1883-1972) and Joseph Neel Reid (1885-1926). Rudolph S. Adler became a partner in 1913. In 1927, after Reid’s death in 1926, Philip T. Shutze became partner in 1927 and the firm became known as Hentz, Adler & Shutze.
- 140 Peachtree Street NE (1911, lower three floors remain), Downtown- currently house downtown offices of the Atlanta Historical Society
- J. Mack Robinson College of Business Administration Building (listed under a previous name, "Citizen's and Southern Bank Building"), a.k.a. the "Empire Building", 35 Broad St. (Hentz,Adler & Shutze), NRHP-listed
- Jacob's drugstore, 886 (now 810) N. Highland Ave. NE, Virginia-Highland
- Paramount Theater (orig. Howard Theater), Peachtree St., between Ellis and Houston (demolished 1960)
- Peachtree Southern Railway Station, 1688 Peachtree St., NW, Brookwood (Hentz, Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
- Reid House Condominiums (1924), 1325 Peachtree St. NE, Midtown
- Rich's department store flagship (1924), Broad St., South Downtown
- Henry B. Tompkins House, built 1922, 125 W. Wesley Rd., NW., Atlanta (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
- Swan House, home of Edward and Emily Inman, Built in 1924. Now part of Atlanta History Center, NRHP-listed
Rest of Georgia
- Athens: Harold Hirsch Hall, University of Georgia School of Law (Hentz, Adler & Shutze)
- Cedartown: Hawkes Children's Library, N. College St. (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
- Columbus: Robert E. Dismukes Sr., 1617 Summit Dr. (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
- Griffin: St. George's Episcopal Church, 132 N. Tenth St. (Hentz, Reid, and Adler), NRHP-listed
- 310 West Church Street Apartments, 420 N. Julia St., Jacksonville, Florida (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
- "Hentz, Reid & Adler Architectural Drawings Collection: Biographical/Historical Note".
- Robert M. Craig (2002). "Neel Reid (1885-1926)".
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010.
- "140 Peachtree Street", emporis.com
- Advertisement in Atlanta Constitution, April 3, 1921, p.5
- "VIS 71.252.04 Paramount Theater", Atlanta History Center
- "Reid House Condominiums", emporis.com
- "New $400,000 apartment building", Atlanta Constitution, September 17, 1922]
- "Massee Apartments", emporis.com