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Hentz, Reid and Adler
Hentz, Reid & Adler was an architectural firm that did work in the U.S. state of Georgia. The firm is "known in the Southeast for their Beaux-Arts style and as the founding fathers of the Georgia school of classicism." 
Hentz & Reid included Hal Fitzgerald Hentz (1883-1972) and Joseph Neel Reid (1885-1926). Rudolph S. Adler became a partner in 1913. In 1927, after Reid's death in 1926, Philip T. Shutze became partner in 1927 and the firm became known as Hentz, Adler & Shutze.  
Several of their works are listed on the
National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). 
Peachtree Street NE (1911, lower three floors remain), Downtown- currently house downtown offices of the Atlanta Historical Society 
J. Mack Robinson College of Business Administration Building (listed under a previous name, "Citizen's and Southern Bank Building"), a.k.a. the "Empire Building", 35 Broad St. (Hentz,Adler & Shutze), NRHP-listed Jacob's drugstore, 886 (now 810) N. Highland Ave. NE,
Paramount Theater (orig. Howard Theater), Peachtree St., between Ellis and Houston (demolished 1960) 
Peachtree Southern Railway Station, 1688 Peachtree St., NW, Brookwood (Hentz, Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed Reid House Condominiums (1924), 1325 Peachtree St. NE,
Rich's department store flagship (1924), Broad St., South Downtown 
Henry B. Tompkins House, built 1922, 125 W. Wesley Rd., NW., Atlanta (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed Swan House, home of Edward and Emily Inman, Built in 1924. Now part of Atlanta History Center, NRHP-listed
Rest of Georgia
Athens: Harold Hirsch Hall, University of Georgia School of Law (Hentz, Adler & Shutze)
Cedartown: Hawkes Children's Library, N. College St. (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
Columbus: Robert E. Dismukes Sr., 1617 Summit Dr. (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
Griffin: St. George's Episcopal Church, 132 N. Tenth St. (Hentz, Reid, and Adler), NRHP-listed Macon:
Massee Apartments (1924), 347 College St.
 Villa Albicini, 150 Tucker Rd. (Hentz,Reid & Adler), NRHP-listed
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^ Advertisement in
Atlanta Constitution, April 3, 1921, p.5
". Archived from "VIS 71.252.04 Paramount Theater", Atlanta History Center" the original on 2013-03-31 . Retrieved .
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