W. L. Stoddart

W. L. Stoddart

Note: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Lee_Stoddart">Wikipedia contains an extensive list of Stoddart buildings</a>, focused primarily on his hotel projects (along with a brief bio).

1906 - Bronx, NY. Southern RR avenue near Mechanic Street, 1-story brick boiler room for Hodgman Rubber Co. NB #751. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 78, no. 1999: July 7, 1906): 45.[/fn]

1906 - Hodgman Rubber Co. Building, Tuckahoe, NY. Concrete Steel & Tile Construction Co., 1 Madison Ave. awarded contract for 5-story factory, 60x200. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 77, no. 1997 (June 23, 1906): 1189.[/fn]

1908 - First National Bank, Milburn, NJ. 3-story bank building, 48x75. W. L. Stoddart, 31 Union Square. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 81, no. 2095 (May 9, 1908): 868.[/fn]

1908 - Pensacola, Fla. 8-story fireproof hotel building for the Pensacola Hotel Company, F. F. Bingham, Secretary. [fn]"Hotel Building - Notice to Contractors", <em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 82, no. 2125 (December 5, 1908): 1086.[/fn] Alternately described as 7 stories with a roof garden, cost $275,000. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 82, no. 2115 (September 26, 1908): 602[/fn]

1908 - Mica Insulator Co. Factory, Schenectady, NY. 4-story reinforced concrete factory. (Listed as W. L. Stoddard.) [fn]"Building Operations: Factories and Warehouses", <em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 82, no. 2125 (December 5, 1908): 1071[/fn] (NB: may refer to the Schenectady County Courthouse - see public notice, Record, v. 82, no. 2117: October 10, 1908, page 710.)

1909 - Relocates office from 31 Union Square to 30 West 38th Street. [fn] <em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 84, no. 2175 (November 20, 1909): 910.[/fn]

1910 - Atlanta, GA. Geo. A. Fuller Co. taking bids for a 10-story hotel at corner of Peach Tree Street and Ponce-de-Leon Avenue. For J. Gatins, Atlanta. Building is to be fireproof and of reinforced concrete, limestone and terra cotta trim. Estimated cost, $400,000. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 86, no. 2209 (July 16, 1910): 116.[/fn]

1911 - Atlanta, GA. Georgian Terrace Hotel. NR listed. (May be same as above.) [fn]Wall & Associates, Inc., <em>53-65 Hope Street: Environmental Assessment Statement and Supplemental Report</em> (October 2007): 9.[/fn]

1910 - Savannah, GA hotel for the Forest City Hotel Co. W. L. Stoddart, 30 West 38th Street. Building is 9 stories, 91x124, cost is about $275,000. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 86, no. 2233 (December 31, 1910): 1139.[/fn]

1911 - Hackensack, NJ. PS 3, a new public grammar school. Cost, $150,000. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 87, no. 2252: May 13, 1911): 919.[/fn]

c. 1911 - 1914. Brooklyn, NY. Various buildings near Locust and Liberty for the American Vitagraph Co.

1913 - Atlanta, GA. Ponce de Leon apartments. [fn]Wall & Associates, Inc., <em>53-65 Hope Street: Environmental Assessment Statement and Supplemental Report</em> (October 2007): 9.[/fn]

c. 1911 - Macon, GA. Hotel Dempsey. [fn][Advertisement], <em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em>, v. 93, no. 2405 (April 18, 1914): 705.[/fn]

1914 - Birmingham, Ala. Tutweiler Hotel (demolished 1974). [fn]Wall & Associates, Inc., <em>53-65 Hope Street: Environmental Assessment Statement and Supplemental Report</em> (October 2007): 9.[/fn]

1915 - Little Falls, NY. bank and office building for the Herkimer County National Bank, ne cor So. Ann and Albany streets. Cost, $60,000. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em>, v. 95, no. 2466 (June 19, 1915): 1070.[/fn]

1919 - Tuckahoe, NY. 1-story concrete factory building, 150x50, for the Hodgeman [sic] Rubber Co. [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 103, no. 9 (March 1, 1919): 290.[/fn]

1922 - Charlotte, NC. 12-story hotel on West Trade Street for Citizens Hotel Co., Charlotte. $1,000,000. [fn]<em>Ironworker</em>, v. 22 (International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers., 1922): 325.[/fn]

1922 - Asheville, NC. Hotel for Citizens Hotel Co., Charlotte. $1,000,000. [fn]<em>Ironworker</em>, v. 22 (International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers., 1922): 563.[/fn]

1922 - Asheville, NC. 4-story brick, steel and stone department store for Letinsky's Department Store. $400,000. [fn]<em>Ironworker</em>, v. 22 (International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers., 1922): 563.[/fn]

1922 - "E. A. Cross, until recently superintendent of construction with W. L. Stoddart, architect, 9 East 40th street, has joined the engineering staff of Albert Kahn, architect and engineer, Detroit, Mich." [fn]<em>Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide</em> v. 110, no. 9 (August 26, 1922): 277.[/fn]

1928 - Baltimore, MD. Lord Baltimore Hotel. NR listed. [fn]Wall & Associates, Inc., <em>53-65 Hope Street: Environmental Assessment Statement and Supplemental Report</em> (October 2007): 9.[/fn]

nd - Atlanta, GA. Fox Theater. [fn]Wall & Associates, Inc., <em>53-65 Hope Street: Environmental Assessment Statement and Supplemental Report</em> (October 2007): 9.[/fn]