Samuel Saul Eisenberg was born on December 29, 1892, in Pinsk, Poland.
He married to Ida Levine (b. 1892-1893 in MA; d. after Mar1964), daughter of Robert M. Levine.
Samuel Eisenberg died on March 10, 1964, in Boston.
Samuel Eisenberg immigrated to the United States in about 1901. He graduated from MIT in 1915.
By 1920, he had begun practice as an architect, and by 1921 was working in partnership with Herman Louis Feer in the firm of Eisenberg and Feer. They remained partners until about 1936, after which they both continued as sole practitioners. At the time of his death in 1962, Herman Feer was a partner of William E. Nast.
Eisenberg designed a number of public buildings, including the Massachusetts Civil Defense Center in Framingham, Chelsea High School, a dormitory at the Lowell State Teachers College, and housing for the elderly in Attleboro, Somerset, Swampscott, and Boston.
Back Bay Work
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