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Harold (Henry) William Orth (April 14, 1866 - March 5, 1946) was an American architect.[1] Contents 1 Background 2 Career 3 Buildings 4 References 5 External links Background Harold William Orth was born on a ship en route to the United States from Christiana (Oslo), Norway, on April 14, 1866. His exact date of arrival to the United States is unknown. He was educated at a business college (location unknown). He married Esther Susan Trigalet and settled in St. Paul, Minnesota. Career Residence in Linden Hills Minneapolis, Minnesota designed by Buechner & Orth He became a partner of Frank W. Kinney (1855–1929) in Austin, Minnesota, in 1895. The partnership of Kinney and Orth designed several large buildings in various parts of Minnesota until 1900. The work of architects Kinney & Orth included the Winnebago County Courthouse, a Romanesque-style building made of red brick and trimmed with stone, built during 1896 in Forest City, Iowa.[2][3] In 1902, Orth joined Charles Buechner (1859–1924) in St. Paul. Buechner remained a partner with Orth in the architectural firm Buechner & Orth until his death in 1924. The firm specialized in designing courthouses and theaters throughout the Midwest and was one of the most successful architectural practices of its day in the area. Buechner & Orth was known for its use of Beaux-Arts architecture.[4] Buildings Among the many buildings designed by Buechner & Orth are:[5] Shubert Theater (1910) St. Paul, Minnesota designed by Buechner & Orth Cleveland High School (St. Paul), 1909 Empress Theatre (St. Paul), 1910 Grand Theatre (Grand Forks, ND), 1919 Labor Temple (St. Paul), 1922 Lagoon Theatre (Minneapolis), 1915 Luther Seminary (St. Paul), several buildings for, 1921, 1923 Masonic Temple (St. Paul) Shubert Theatre (St. Paul), 1909 & 1910 Henry Orth residence (St. Paul), 1915 Palace Theatre (St. Paul), 1916 St. Alexius Hospital (Bismarck, ND), 1914 Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children (Minneapolis), 1922 State Theatre (Sioux Falls, SD), 1925 Fargo Theatre (Fargo, North Dakota), 1925 Drawings for 19 courthouses in Minnesota, and North and South Dakota, 1907–1926, and plans of nearly 100 residences, most of them in Minneapolis and St. Paul.[6] References ^ Henry W. Orth (AIA Historical Directory of American Architects) ^ Frank W. Kinney (Calhoun Commercial Club Building) ^ Winnebago County Court House (Shop Iowa Online) ^ Charles Buechner (AIA Historical Directory of American Architects) ^ Buechner & Orth papers (Northwest Architectural Archives, Manuscripts Division. 2003. University of Minnesota) ^ Classic movie theaters designed by Buechner & Orth (Cinema Treasures) External links Buechner & Orth designed buildings Persondata Name Orth, Henry Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 14, 1866 Place of birth Date of death March 5, 1946 Place of death