Thomas Franklin Schneider
|Thomas Franklin Schneider|
Thomas Franklin Schneider (b. 1859 in Washington, D.C. — d. 1938) was an American architect who designed about 2,000 houses in the capital city area. Other important buildings of his included the Cairo Apartment Building.
Thomas Franklin Schneider's family was from Germany. His parents were printers. They moved to Washington D.C. in 1830. After high school, Thomas F. Schneider worked for the architectural firm of Adolf Cluss and Schultze. While there, he worked on the construction of the Arts and Industries Building. Before turning 25, he decided to become independent and opened his own firm. Before turning 30, he had already worked on The Cairo and The Forest Inn. In his career, he designed around 2,000 houses in Washington D.C., including his own, the Schneider House, and a handful of exceptional buildings including the Rochambeau, the Stoneleigh Court and the Ethelhurst.
Thomas Franklin Schneider also ventured in another market when he created the first bus company in Washington D.C.
Buildings by Schneider
(Washington, DC, unless noted)
|Date||Built for||Current use||Image|
|12 Logan Circle||12 Logan Circle, NW|
|1527 New Hampshire Avenue||1527 New Hampshire Avenue, NW||1889||Benjamin West Blanchard||American Political Science Association headquarters, Pi Sigma Alpha headquarters, and Phi Beta Delta Society Executive Office|
|900 block of T Street, NW|
|900 block of Westminster Street, NW||1893|
|The Albemarle||1830 17th Street, NW||1900|
|W. Taylor Birch House||3099 Q Street, NW||1890|
|Cairo Apartment Building||1615 Q Street NW||1894||Condominium|
|Inn at Forest Glen||9610 Dewitt Drive, Silver Spring, MD||1887||Forest Glen Improvement Company||Condominium/Apartments|
|The Iowa||1325 13th Street, NW||1901||Condominium|
|Moses House||2129 Wyoming Avenue, NW||1893||businessman W.H. Moses||Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia in Washington, D.C.|
|Panama Legation||Intersection of New Hampshire Avenue, 18th Street, and Q Street, NW||Demolished|
|Schneider Mansion||18th & Q Streets, NW||1891||Own use||Demolished 1958|
|Schneider Row Houses||1700 block of Q Street, NW||1889-92||Self|
|Schneider Triangle||Bounded by Washington Circle, New Hampshire Ave. NW, K, 22nd, and L Sts. NW||1889||John W. Paine|
|Sprenger Lang Building||20th Street, Hillyer Place and Connecticut Avenue||Criterion Economics|
|John Paine Mansion||49, 2nd street, Troy NY||1894||John Paine||Pi Kappa Phi Chapter House|
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