Adolphus Druiding

Adolphus Druiding (1838–1900) was a German-born American architect who was best known for his work in creating Roman Catholic churches, schools, rectories and convents. Druiding’s work along with that of fellow German immigrant Franz Georg Himpler (1833–1916) makes up the largest body of German Catholic architecture in the United States between the end of the Civil War and 1900.

Personal facts

Birth dateJanuary 01, 1839
Birth place
Hanover
Date of deathJanuary 01, 1900
Place of death
Chicago
Known for
Architect

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