David L. Stine

(1857-1941)

Architect

Prominent Toledo Architect who designed the Wyoming State Capitol in Cheyenne. Locally, he designed the Lucas County Courthouse, Scott and Waite High Schools, the Ashland Ave. Baptist Church, as well as other public buildings and homes in the Old West End and Westmoreland.

 

Trained as an architect in Chicago, Stine moved to Toledo in 1877 to join the firm of D.W. Gibbs and Company. Edward Libbey commissioned Stine to design the Libbey Glass Company Pavilion for Chicago's 1983 Colombian Exposition. Stine also designed the Libbey house in 1895, which still stands in the Old West End.

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