Arthur Froehlich

Architect, Deceased Person

1909 – 1985

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Who was Arthur Froehlich?

Arthur Froehlich, of the firm Arthur Froehlich & Associates, was an architect from Beverly Hills, California, known for his mid-century supermarkets and racetracks.

Buildings credited to Arthur Froehlich & Associates:

Garden State Park Racetrack Grandstand/Clubhouse, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Hanna Barbera Studio office building, 1962, 3400 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, California.

Hollywood Park Racetrack, Los Angeles, California.

Center 3 Theater, 1965, San Diego, California.

Aqueduct Racetrack,1958, Ozone Park, New York.

Hipodromo La Rinconada, 1959, racetrack, Caracas, Venezuela.

Belmont Park,1967 racetrack, Elmont, New York.

Wagon Wheel Bowling Alley, 1953, Wagon Wheel Junction, Oxnard, California.

Jack Rose Building, 1948, Ventura, California. This building was one of the finest examples of streamlined Moderne architecture in the city of Ventura.

Expansion and remodel of the US Post Office, 1964, Downtown, Ventura, California.

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Born
May 17, 1909
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Died
Oct 3, 1985

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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