Arthur “E.A.” Rush

ARTHUR “E. A.” RUSH (1860-1948)

Born: Rush County, Indiana
Training: Apprenticeship
Oklahoma License: 1925-1943
Tulsa Practice: 1912-1948

PARTNERSHIPS

  • W. & E. A. Rush, 1889, Grand Rapids, Michigan (Arthur W. Rush)
  • W. Rush & E. A. Rush, 1910, Chicago Illinois
  • E. A. Rush & Company, 1912-1915
  • Rush, Endacott & Rush, 1915-1929 (Asbury Endacott)
  • Rush, Endacott & Goff, 1929-1930 (Bruce Goff)

BUILDINGS

    • Burleson Sanitarium, Grand Rapids, Michigan (1885) *
    • Pythian Temple, Grand Rapids, Michigan (ca. 1889, A. W. & E. A. Rush) *
    • Grand Rapids Chair Company, Grand Rapids, Michigan (1890) *
    • Wright Building, northeast corner 3rd and Boulder (1917, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • Tulsa Municipal Building (Old City Hall) southwest corner 4th and Cincinnati (1917, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • First National Bank Building (Reunion Center), northeast corner 4th and Main (1919, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • Atlas Life Building, east side Boston between 4th and 5th (1922)
    • Page Warehouse, southeast corner 13th and Elgin (1927, Rush, Endacott & Rush) *
    • Tulsa Club, northwest corner 5th and Cincinnati (1927, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • Boston Avenue Methodist Church, 13th and Boston (1929, Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • Vandever Residence, 3041 South Peoria (Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • H.O. McClure Residence, 1120 South Cheyenne (Rush, Endacott & Rush)
    • E. A. Rush’s father, A. W. Rush, was never licensed in Oklahoma, He retired from the firm in 1913 and died in 1923, but his name remained in the firm until 1929. First National Bank Building (Reunion Center) and the Tulsa Municipal Building are on the National Register of Historic Places.

*demolished