Frank A. Spangenberg
Source: World Biographical Encyclopedia, Inc. (online December 2019)
Frank A. Spangenberg AIA, was born in 1888 in Albany, New York. He began architectural study in the city, and after supplementary training in New York, when he was nineteen entered the Albany office of Marcus T. Reynolds. Following seven years of draftmanship there, he secured a position as designer on the drafting staff of J. H. Freelander in New York, later worked with Charles Platt, and between 1913-16 was co-designer with Charles Cobb on the William Gage Memorial Building in Toronto, Canada,
Moving to Buffalo in 1919, Mr. Spangenberg opened an office for practice, and continued active until his death. He designed the Registry of Deeds Building, University Church of Christ, Central Church of Christ, all in Buffalo.
He also prepared plans for the High School and several churches in Hamburg, N. Y.; Bank Buildings in Angola, Batavia and Kenmore; also many fine residences in Buffalo and other locations.
Tragically, he died at the age of 41 in 1932.
Lafayette Avenue Baptist Church, Buffalo
Parkside Evangelical Lutheran, Buffalo
Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Atonement, Buffalo
North Park Presbyterian Church, Buffalo
Seneca Vocational High School, Buffalo
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