Hermann V. Von Holst - Architectural Work – Partial Listing

Architectural Work – Partial Listing

  • The Glamis, summer country estate of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Macbeth, Bethlehem, New Hampshire - 1904-5
  • Agricultural buildings at The Rocks, the John Glessner Summer Estate, Bethlehem, New Hampshire - 1905
  • David Amberg Residence, Grand Rapids, Michigan (office of Frank Lloyd Wright; Hermann V. von Holst, architect, Marion Mahony, associate architect) - 1909
  • E. P Irving Residence, Millikin Place, Decatur, Illinois, (office of Frank Lloyd Wright; Hermann V. von Holst, architect, Marion Mahony, associate architect) - 1909
  • Robert Mueller, Millikin Place, Decatur, Illinois, (office of Frank Lloyd Wright; Hermann V. von Holst, architect, Marion Mahony, associate architect) - 1909-1911
  • Adolph Mueller Residence, Millikin Place, Decatur, Illinois, (office of Frank Lloyd Wright; Hermann V. von Holst, architect, Marion Mahony, associate architect) - 1909
  • Clubhouse for Howe School (Howe Military School); Howe, Indiana – 1910-1912
  • Prairie Style Residence, with gable roof, side entry porch and urn bearing plinths, location unknown. Circa 1911
  • Maurice LeBosquet Residence, Tracy, Illinois - circa 1911
  • A. J. Mason Residence, Flossmore, Illinois – circa 1911
  • C. H. Wills Residence, Detroit, Michigan, (project) (office of Frank Lloyd Wright, with Marion Mahony) - 1912
  • "Fair Lane" residence for Henry Ford, Detroit (office of Frank Lloyd Wright, unbuilt original design, with Marion Mahony Griffin) – 1912
  • Commonwealth Edison Electric Power Substation, 4401 N. Clifton Ave., Chicago, Illinois - 1916
  • Howe School Chapel, Howe, Indiana - 1917 (von Holst and Fyfe)
  • People's Light & Gas Company, Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1923/1924 (Hermann V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie, associate architect)
  • Lake Lawn Hotel, 2400 E. Geneva St., Delavan, Wisconsin, circa 1923/1924 (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie associate architect)
  • People's Light & Gas Company, Larrabee Street, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1924/1925 (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie associate architect)
  • People's Light & Gas Company, 114 N. Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois circa 1926 (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie associate architect)
  • Condell Memorial Hospital, 303 East Cleveland, Libertyville, Illinois, circa 1927/1928 (Hermann V. von Holst, architect). Spanish revival hospital with a floor plan in the shape of a cross. Demolished 2004.
  • People's Light & Gas Company, Irving Park Store, Illinois, circa 1927/1928 (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie associate architect)
  • Humboldt Park Distributing Station, Humboldt Park, Illinois, (no date) (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie, delineator)
  • Lavender House, Hermann V. von Holst residence, "Old Floresta", 875 Allamanda St., Boca Raton, Florida – 1927
  • Oleander House, Rev. Henry Mizner residence, "Old Floresta", 888 Oleander St., Boca Raton, Florida – 1927
  • Ilex House, 775 Azalea St., "Old Floresta", Boca Raton, Florida - 1927
  • Elgin Station, Elgin, Illinois, 1928 (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie associate architect)
  • Aurora Terminal, Aurora, Illinois, 1928 (Herman V. von Holst, architect; George Grant Elmslie, associate architect)
  • Maxwelton Braes Hotel (Rosslyn Hall), Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin, 1930 (Herman V. von Holst, associated architect; George Grant Elmslie, associate architect)
  • Ocean Beach Pavilion II, Boca Raton – 1930

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