Walter W. Ahlschlager
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Walter William Ahlschlager
|Born||July 19, 1887|
|Died||March 28, 1965 (aged 77)|
|Alma mater||Lewis Institute, Armour Institute, Art Institute of Chicago|
|Children||Walter Ahlschlager Junior|
Walter William Ahlschlager (July 19, 1887 – March 28, 1965) was a 20th-century American architect. After being located in Chicago for many years, he established his office in Dallas, Texas in 1940. He died in Dallas.
- Davis Theater, Chicago, Illinois (1918)
- Sovereign Hotel, Edgewater, Chicago (1920)
- Sheridan Plaza Hotel, Uptown, Chicago, Illinois (1921)
- Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee (1926)
- Uptown Broadway Building, Uptown, Chicago, Illinois (1926)
- The fieldhouses at several Chicago public parks, including Riis Park, Simons Park and Kelvyn Park
- Roxy Theatre, New York City (1927)
- Irvin Cobb Hotel Paducah, Kentucky (1929)
- Medinah Athletic Club (Chicago, Illinois) InterContinental Chicago, Downtown Chicago, (1929)
- Beacon Hotel and Theatre, New York City (1929)
- Carew Tower, Cincinnati, Ohio (1930)
- City Place Tower, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (1931)
- Mercantile National Bank Building, Dallas, Texas (1943)
- Wichita Plaza Building, Wichita, Kansas (1962)
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