Reynold Hinsdale

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Reynold Henry Hinsdale (July 15, 1879 – November 6, 1934) was an American architect.[1]


Hinsdale was born and educated in Utica, New York and received his architectural training at the New York School of Art.[1] He was associated with the firm of Clinton & Russell in New York City before coming to Cleveland about 1904.[1] He is believed to have worked with J. Milton Dyer and established his own office in Cleveland in the Erie Building.[1] He was a member of the American Institute of Architects.[1]

Hinsdale lived at 2924 Corydon Road in Cleveland Heights. He died in Lakeside Hospital and is buried in Knollwood Cemetery.[2]


  • Series of homes on the 9200 Kempton block (1912) in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Gebauer Chemical Company (1918) in Cleveland, Ohio[3]
  • Residence (1922) 2950 Attleboro Road Shaker Heights, Ohio
  • Ardleigh Drive home Euclid Golf Allotment[4]
  • Park Lane Villa (1922–1923) 10518 Park Lane in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Apartment building 8024 Detroit Avenue (1925) for Joseph Baskin in Cleveland
  • Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church 146 High Street Wadsworth, Ohio
  • Feinway Apartments in Cleveland


  1. ^ a b c d e Reynold Hinsdale Cleveland Landmarks Commission City Planning Commission City of Cleveland
  2. ^ "Hinsdale Dies, Was Church Architect". The Plain Dealer. November 5, 1934. p. 10. 
  3. ^ Gebauer Chemical Company photo Cleveland Memory Project Michael Schwartz Library Cleveland State University
  4. ^ Euclid Gold website

Further reading[edit]

  • Withey biographical dictionary of Architects page 289