Alexander C. Eschweiler

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Arthur C. and Leonora M. Votteler Managold House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
One of two Eschweiler homes designed for the south side of Milwaukee
C. B. Bird House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
C. F. Dunbar House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
C. H. Wegner House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Charles Allis House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
D. C. Everest House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Dr. William Batchelor House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
One of two Eschweiler homes designed for the south side of Milwaukee
E.K. Schuetz House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Edward D. & Vina Shattuck Beals House (Winnebago County, Wisconsin)
First Universalist Church (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Horace AJ Upham House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Jacobean style mansion designed as a residence, now institutionalized
Jessie Blackburn Fitzgerald House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Joseph Dessert Library (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Karl Mathie House (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Marathon County Fairgrounds (Marathon County, Wisconsin)
Masonic Temple Building (Winnebago County, Wisconsin)
NeoClassical style lodge designed by Alexander C. Eschweiler
Milwaukee County School of Agriculture and Domestic Economy Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
High School Campus designed by a prominent architect, abandoned in 1928
Milwaukee-Downer "Quad" (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Four A.C. Eschweiler designed buidlings that were the basis of Milwaukee Downer College.
North Point North Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Northern half of Milwaukee's North Point Historic District
Orrin W. and Henrietta H. Robertson House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Lakefront house modeled after Chateau d'Azey-le-Rideau
Robert Nunnemacher House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Victor L. Brown House (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Picturesque Tudor Revival Manor House
Wadhams Gas Station (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Surviving example of a brand-idenity building, designed by Andrew Eschweiler.
Wadhams Gas Station (Ozaukee County, Wisconsin)
One of the remaining few Wadhams Gas Stations, repurposed as a jewelry store
Wawbeek-Horace A.J. Upham House (Columbia County, Wisconsin)
West Washington--North Hi-Mount Boulevards Historic District (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
A T-shaped residential area that includes 148 upscale houses and two church complexes
Wisconsin Gas Company Building (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin)
Art Deco office building designed by Eschweiler & Eschweiler, using setbacks and multiple materials to give the illusion that the building appears taller than it is. The distinctive flame on the peak of the building is a city landmark.