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Male, US, born 1884-01-20, died 1963-01-31

Associated with the firms network

Beelman, Claud, and Associates; Curlett and Beelman, Architects; Ruck and Beelman, Associated Architects


Professional History

Partner, Curlett and Beelman, Architects, Los Angeles, CA; Principal, Claud W. Beelman and Associates, Architects, Los Angeles, CA;

Personal

Claud Beelman was born in OH and died in Los Angeles, CA; the Beelmans lived in Marion, IN, in 1910, according to census records;

Claud married Lourene Taft Beelman in OH, (11/17/1884-10/15/1948) in c. 1908; in 1942, Beelman and his wife were (given his wife's maiden name) registered Republicans.

Daughter: Helen, b. in IN, c. 1911;

SSN: 950536830; Beelman was quite prosperous in 1930; living in Beverly Hills, CA, his house was valued at $50,000 in that year, according to Federal Census records;



Associated Locations

  • Los Angeles, CA (Architect's Death)
    Los Angeles, CA

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  • Los Angeles, CA (Architect's Office)
    7421 Beverly Boulevard
    Los Angeles, CA 90036-2703

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    Office of Claud W. Beelman, Architect, in 1956;

PCAD id: 152


NameDateCityState
850 South Broadway Building, Los Angeles, CA1929Los AngelesCA
Army Navy Store Building, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926
Bankers Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1929-1930Los AngelesCA
Beelman, Claud and Lourene, House, Beverly Hills, CABeverly HillsCA
Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Lodge and Office Building, Los Angeles, CA1923-1924Los AngelesCA
Cohn, Kaspare, Hospital Association, Buildings #3, Central Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Commercial Club Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1925-1926Los AngelesCA
Cooper Arms Apartments, Long Beach, CA1923Long BeachCA
Eastern Columbia Outfitting Company, Flagship Store #2, Los Angeles, CA1929-1930Los AngelesCA
Equitable Building, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1929Los AngelesCA
Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Los Angeles, Office Building, Long Beach, CA1922-1923Long BeachCA
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Factory Administration Building, South Gate, CA1927-1928South GateCA
Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Factory, South Gate, CA1927-1928South GateCA
Garfield Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1928-1930Los AngelesCA
Heinsbergen Decorating Company Office, Los Angeles, CA1927-1928Los AngelesCA
Hotel Mayfair, Los Angeles, CA1926-1927Los AngelesCA
Kirkeby Center, Office Building, Westwood, Los Angeles, CA1960-1962Los AngelesCA
Pacific Coast Club, Alamitos Beach, Long Beach, CA 1925-1926Long BeachCA
Pacific Finance Building #2, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1927-1928Los AngelesCA
Pacific Indemnity Company, Office Building, Los Angeles, CALos AngelesCA
Pacific Southwest Trust and Savings Bank, Office Building, Pasadena, CA
Pershing Square Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1923Los AngelesCA
Roosevelt Building, Downtown, Los Angeles, CA1923Los AngelesCA
Rosehill Courts Public Housing, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, CA1942Los AngelesCA
Security-1st National Bank, Branch, Pasadena, CA1924PasadenaCA
Sun Realty Company, Office Building, Los Angeles, CA1927
Superior Oil Company, Office Building, Los Angeles, CA1955Los AngelesCA
United States Government, Postal Service (USPS), Post Office, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA1937Los AngelesCA
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