Architects in Buffalo - Table of Contents
G. Morton Wolfe
Mr. Wolfe, after graduating from Technical school, spent two years with one of the leading architects in Buffalo, worked as superintendent of construction for two years, took office work again as chief draftsman for several years, then entered the contracting field and erected buildings costing in excess of one Million Dollars. This was all in preparation and to gain experience in architectural engineering which Mr. Wolfe has followed for the past eight years in Buffalo.
That he has been successful is indicated by the number of buildings he designed - aggregating in cost over three million dollars, principally of the industrial class. A selection of the various types of construction of his buildings is given in this issue.
- Ohio Architect and Builder, Volume 28, August, 1916 (online August 2017) ... Includes an article on page 1, "The Factory Owner's Problem," by Wolfe, as well as including his photograph, shown above.
Wolfe graduated from Hartford High School, Hartford, Connecticut in 1905.
In 1919, Wolfe's address is listed as 1377 Main St. Source: Electrical world: a review of current progress in electricity and
In 1910 Wolfe's address is listed as 638 Ellicott Square. Source: The Iron trade review, Volume 46
Parkside Candy Co.
Other photos: Ohio Architect and Builder, Volume 28, August, 1916 (online August 2017)