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  1. Name Louis A. Risse Event Type Death Event Date 10 Mar 1925 Event Place Bronx, New York, New York, United States Gender Male Age 74 Marital Status Married Race White Occupation Civil Engineer Birth Date 28 Mar 1850 Birthplace France Burial Date 13 Mar 1925 Cemetery Woodlawn Cemetery Father's Name Nicholas Risse...

  2. Risse oversaw the installation of the New York City Exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition, and was a member of the International Jury of Engineers at Paris in 1900. He retired to private practice in Manhattan upon the elimination of the Board of Public Improvements in 1902. Risse died at the age of 74 in the Bronx, and was buried in Woodlawn ...

  3. When Aimee Adeline Risse was born in December 1873, in New York, United States, her father, Louis Aloys Risse, was 23 and her mother, Susan Madelaine Crowe, was 20. She married Floyd Mortimer Lord on 31 October 1894, in Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 2 daughters.

  4. The Grand Concourse was designed by Louis Aloys Risse, an immigrant from Saint-Avold, Lorraine, France.Risse first conceived of the road in 1890, and the Concourse was built between 1894 and 1909, with an additional extension in 1927.

  5. Jul 28, 2021 · Louis Alois Risse the famous engeneer in our city was born in Saint Avold, March 28, 1850. 1856 The Heine memorial, a sculpted fountain that is often called the Lorelei Fountain, honors Heine, the German Jewish Romantic poet who died in 1856.

  6. It was designed by Louis Aloys Risse, an Alsatian immigrant who had previously worked for the New York Central Railroad and was later appointed chief topographical engineer for the New York city government. Risse first conceived of the road in 1890, as a means of connecting the borough of Manhattan to the northern Bronx.

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    The Grand Concourse was designed by Louis Aloys Risse, an immigrant from Saint-Avold, Lorraine, France. Risse first conceived of the road in 1890, and the Concourse was built between 1894 and 1909, with an additional extension in 1927.

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