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John William Cresswell Corbusier (1873-1978), shown in this 1911 photo from the Ohio Architect and Builder journal, was one of Cleveland's most notable architects of the early twentieth century. He specialized in church designs and designed eleven churches in northeast Ohio during the period 1913-1928. His career was tragically cut short by his sudden and untimely death at age 49 in 1928, the year before construction of the Salmon Halle mansion was completed. | Source: Ohio Architect and Builder
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