Rudolph Weaver, Architect

Rudolph Weaver, Architect

Rudolph Weaver – 1880 – 1944

Education:

1902 -1903 – Pennsylvania State College, Old College, Pennsylvania

1903 – 1905 – Diploma of Architecture, Drexel College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1906 – 1907 – Columbia University, New York City, New York

1907 – Atelier of Henry Hornbostel of the Society of Beaux Arts Architects

1919 – Bachelor of Engineering, Drexel College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Academic Appointments:

1909 – 1911 – Professor of Architecture, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois

1911 – 1923 – Chairman, Department of Architecture, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington

1923 – 1925 – Chairman of the Architecture Department, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho

1925 – 1944 – Founding Dean, College of Architecture & Fine Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Professional Affiliations:

1925 – 1944 – Architect of Record, Florida Board of Control, Tallahassee, Florida

Honors

Weaver Residence Hall, named in his honor, University of Florida, 562 Gale Lemerand Drive, Gainesville, Florida

Rudolph Weaver Hall, now called Fine Arts Building A, 1389 Stadium Road, Gainesville, Florida

Notable Works:

1926 – John F. Segal Building, formally the Dixie Hotel, 408 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida

1939 – Episcopal Student Center, First Unit, with Architect Bill Arnett, 1522 West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida                                                                                                                  

1926 – John F. Segal Building, formally the Dixie Hotel,
408 West University Avenue,
Gainesville, Florida
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