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Lake View Cemetery Administration Building<br>(<i>front/south elevation</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, June 12, 2021
Lake View Cemetery Administration Building
(front/south elevation)
SHOWN IN SOURCE-SPECIFIED ORDER
1New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 907 Lakeview AvenueNeoclassical Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Oliver R. Johnson Architect Built in 1925 for Lake View Cemetery Board of Trustees Lakeview Avenue Cemetery Admin. Building LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m177995) HM
2New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 540 Lakeview AvenueTudor Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Johnson & Ford Beck & Tinkham Architects Built in 1916, 1925 for Mrs. Walter C. Davis Commercial Rep. for companies in Jamestown LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m177996) HM
3New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 543 Lakeview AvenueColonial Revival / Neoclassical — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Carl C. Pedersen Danish American Architect Built in 1905 for Mr. Seneca Burchard Wholesaler Wilcox Burchard & Co. Wholesale Grocers LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m177997) HM
4New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 102 Buffalo Street & 802 Lakeview AvenueEnglish Cottage Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Beck and Tinkham Architects Built in 1927 for Perry W. Goodwin Superintendent of Lake View Cemetery Assoc. LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m177998) HM
5New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 15 East Fifth StreetBeaux Arts — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by C.A. Fullerton Chicago Architect Built in 1898 for George Ahrens Oil Baron who made his fortune in PA. known as “Ahrens Mansion” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178062) HM
6New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 410 North Main StreetGothic Revival & Richardsonian — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
. . . Map (db m178063) HM
7New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 904 Lakeview AvenueProvincial Revival "Storybook" — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Raymond A. Freeburg Jamestown Architect Built in 1926 Family home of Lars Larson Mayor of Jamestown 1928-1930 LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178079) HM
8New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 934 Lakeview AvenueFarmhouse Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Beck and Tinkham Architects Built in 1929 Designed by Norman M. Tinkham Architect for himself & family The “Tinkham House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178103) HM
9New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 924 Lakeview AvenueContemporary Regency — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Beck & Tinkham Architects Built in 1954 for J. Russell Rogerson, Attorney and buried directly across in the cemetery LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178112) HM
10New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 502 Lakeview AvenueBeaux Arts — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Carl C. Pedersen Danish American Architect Built in 1905 for Lynn F. Cornell Sec/Treasurer of Jamestown Lounge Co. ”L. F. Cornell House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178118) HM
11New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 629 Winsor StreetArts & Crafts / English Cottage — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Freeburg & Fidler Architects Built in 1911 for Erwin Shearman Treasurer/Mgr of Salisbury Wheel & Mfg Co. ”Shearman House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178122) HM
12New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 509 Lakeview AvenueTudor Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
. . . Map (db m178125) HM
13New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 212 Van Buren StreetColonial Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Beck & Tinkham Architects Built in 1920 for Levant M. Hall Sec/Advertising Mgr of Journal Printing Co ”Levant Hall House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178129) HM
14New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 416 Lakeview AvenueColonial Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by G. Freeburg & H. Fidler Jamestown Architects Built in 1909 family home of Franklin W. & Clara Bigelow owners of Bigelows Department Store LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178146) HM
15New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 211 Lakeview AvenueColonial Revival / Neoclassical — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by E.G. Dietrich Architect Built in 1896 for Frederick P. Hall Owner and Publisher for 63 years of Jamestown Journal later known as The Post Journal LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178149) HM
16New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 134 Lakeview AvenueVictorian Queen Anne — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
. . . Map (db m178151) HM
17New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 127 Lakeview AvenuePrairie / Arts & Crafts — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Raymond Freeburg A.H. Fidler
Architects Built in 1920 for Luther M. Butman President of ACME/Empire Worsted Mills ”Butman House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178160) HM
18New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 127 Lakeview AvenuePrairie / Arts & Crafts — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Raymond Freeburg A.H. Fidler
Architects Built in 1920 for Luther M. Butman President of ACME/Empire Worsted Mills ”Butman House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178160) HM
19New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 11 Lakeview AvenueColonial Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Beck & Tinkham Architects Built in 1923 for W.F. Liedblad Sec/Treasurer of Marvel Furniture Co. ”Liedblad House” LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178161) HM
20New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — 28 Liberty StreetMediterranean Revival — Jamestown Architectural Heritage —
Designed by Raymond A. Freeburg Architect Built in 1924 for Paul Labarbera owner of ”Paul’s Tavern” 9 E. Second Street LACAPJamestown.orgMap (db m178163) HM
21New York (Chautauqua County), Jamestown — Tew MansionJamestown Architectural Heritage
Jamestown Architectural Heritage 413 N. Main Street Second Empire Designed by Milton Earl Beebe Buffalo Architect Built in 1881 - 1882 for George Washington Tew President of City National Bank in 1880 Tew Mansion was later purchased by . . . Map (db m94873) HM
 
 
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