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Theatre Architects

Theatre Architects


Here you can find out about the architect firms and individual architects associated with the theatres featured on this website.


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Abram M. Edelman

Born: 1863 (Los Angeles, California)

Died: 1941 (Los Angeles, California)

Edelman was the son of Abram Wolf Edelman, a migrant from Poland and the first rabbi of Los Angeles’ Congregation B’nai B’rith from 1862. He apprenticed with a San Francisco-based architect firm before returning to Los Angeles around 1884.

Edelman began his own practice in Los Angeles in the mid-1880s. He became a member of the Southern California Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 1902 and remained a member until 1941. Edelman was a Past-President of the State Association of Architects, Southern Branch, and was active on the State Board of Architectural Examiners.

Abram M. Edelman had been referred to in a number of sources as “Abraham M. Edelman” and “A.M. Edelman”.

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