Frank Freeman

Died aged unknown

Frank Freeman (1861–13 October 1949) was a Canadian-American architect based in Brooklyn, New York. A leading exponent of the Richardsonian Romanesque architectural style who later adopted Neoclassicism, Freeman has been called "Brooklyn's greatest architect". Many details of his life and work are however still unknown, and Freeman himself has received little recognition outside academia. Many of his works have been demolished or otherwise destroyed, but most of those that remain have received New York City landmark status, either independently or as part of larger historic districts.

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Frank Freeman ran The Dancing Club here with his wife Wynn. Between 1968-1971 many famous groups played here such as Captain Beefheart, Fleetwood Mac and Tyrannosaurus Rex

Frank Freeman's Ballroom, Mill Street, Kidderminster, United Kingdom where they ran The Dancing Club