E Townsend Mix

Edward Townsend Mix

  • American

Architect - AsNotedIn

Notable Position Organization From To
Principal E T Mix and Co


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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Architect Northwestern Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Historic District Milwaukee
Architect Kansas State Capitol Topeka
Architect First Congregational Church Ripon
Architect First Methodist Church Monroe
Architect All Saints' Episcopal Cathedral Complex Milwaukee
Architect Immanuel Presbyterian Church Milwaukee
Architect Mackie Building Milwaukee
Architect Mitchell Building Milwaukee
Architect St Luke's Episcopal Church, Chapel, Guildhall, and Rectory Racine
Architect Walter S Chandler House Waukesha
Architect Oneida Street Station Milwaukee
Architect First Baptist Church Waukesha
Architect A H Allyn House Delavan
Architect Villa Louis Prairie du Chien
Architect Thomas Cook House Milwaukee
Architect Milwaukee Normal School-Milwaukee Girls' Trade and Technical High School Milwaukee
Architect Phoenix Hall-Wisconsin Institute for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb Delavan
Architect East Side Commercial Historic District Milwaukee
Architect Burnham, J L, Block Milwaukee
Architect Chauncey Hall Building Racine
Architect Historic Sixth Street Business District Racine
Architect Wisconsin Consistory Building Milwaukee
Architect Ripon College Historic District Ripon
Architect Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church and Parsonage Columbus
Architect Wisconsin Leather Company Building Milwaukee
1872/00/00 Alexander Mitchell hires Edward T Mix to remodel his home into a French Second Empire mansion. Adding such rooms as a ballroom (MacArthur Room), a library (Card Room) and a conservatory (removed after the club purchased the property), 1872-1877. Architect Alexander Mitchell House Milwaukee
1877/00/00 All of the woodwork in the library, originally the Mitchell's family dining room, is carved from oak. Except for the removal of a arched window that once opened the south wall onto the conservatory, very little of the room has been altered. Architect Alexander Mitchell House Milwaukee
1883/04/00 Milwaukee Club narrows down the designs for their new club building to two proposals: one from Edward Townsend Mix and one by Burnham and Root. Edward T Mix will ultimately supervise the construction of Burnham and Root's design. Construction Supervise, Member Milwaukee Club Milwaukee
1884/00/00 St Paul's Episcopal Church built Architect St Paul's Episcopal Church Milwaukee
1888/00/00 A Richardsonian Romanesque style house is built at 1432 Grand Ave, Milwaukee, for John Plankinton as a wedding gift for his daughter Elizabeth. The NRHP house was razed 11 October 1980 by Marquette University. Architect
1912/00/00 Fairoaks mansion is built for William D Washburn. Mr Washburn lived in the house until his death in 1912 and willed the 40 room edifice to the Minneapolis Park Board who demolished it in 1924. Architect Washburn-Fair Oaks Mansion District Minneapolis
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