William Maria Boedefeld architectural renderings
This collection contains two renderings created by architect W.M. Boedefeld, one of a bank and another of a building on Washburn University's campus in Topeka, Kansas.
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Biography of W. M. Boedefeld
William Maria Boedefeld was an architect, born in Muenster, Germany on October 13, 1903. He came to the United States through Brazil, escaping Germany on January 27, 1926, and applied for citizenship in 1930 in New York.
Boedefeld studied architecture at the Pratt Institute, New York University, and the Beaux Art Institute of Design, New York. He moved to Kansas City in 1945. He worked with architecture firms in New York City and Kansas City before he retired.
Boedefeld was particularly known as an artist and delineator who did renderings for a number of architectural and engineering firms. William M. Boedefeld died in Kansas City in Clay County, April 9, 1991.
2 oversize folders ; Folders measure 59x90 cm
RH AD 15
- Guide to William Maria Boedefeld Collection
- William Maria Boedefeld architectural renderings
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William Maria Boedefeld architectural renderings, RH AD 15, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas.