Bernhardt Emil Muller (1878-1964), Architect
Bernhardt Emil Muller was a prominent American architect born in Fremont, Nebraska. on December 27, 1878. After studying in Europe, he opened his own architectural office in New York City, in 1914. Muller designed many Mediterranean and Spanish-style houses in Opa-Locka, a city near Miami that was being built in the 1920s. Muller continued to work in architecture into the early 1960s. He died in September, 1964.
Educational & Professional Associations
1903-1905: student, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris 
1905-1906: architectural study and travel, Italy, France, Austria, and Germany 
1906: draftsman, Trowbridge and Livingston, Architects, New York 
1909: designer, Robert J. Reiley, Architect, New York City 
1912-1914: designer, D. Everett Waid, Architect, New York City 
1914-1942: owner, Bernhardt E. Muller, Architect, New York City 
1942-1955: interior designer for luxury ocean liners, George M. Sharp, Inc. 
ca. 1959-1962: owner, Bernhardt E. Muller, Architect, New York City 
Publications & Writings
Muller, B. E. Adapting leaden fittings to the modern house. (1930) New York: Lead Industries Association.
Muller, B. E. for Lorio Iron Works Ornamental ironwork by master craftsmen of old New Orleans.(1939), New Orleans, LA.
Muller, B. E. (1920). Portfolio of architectural views and sketches. New York, N.Y.
1. Bernhardt E. Muller, Wikipedia.org (December 3, 2018). Accessed April 3, 2019 via https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernhardt_E._Muller
D. Murphy, “Bernhardt Emil Muller (1878-1964), Architect,” in David Murphy, Edward F. Zimmer, and Lynn Meyer, comps. Place Makers of Nebraska: The Architects. Lincoln: Nebraska State Historical Society, April 3, 2019. http://www.e-nebraskahistory.org/index.php?title=Place_Makers_of_Nebraska:_The_Architects Accessed, September 26, 2022.
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