Henry Leveke Kamphoefner (1907-1990)
Kamphoefner, Henry Leveke
Birth/Death: AIA notified of decease 2/22/1990
Occupation: American architect
Location (state): OK; IA; DC; NC
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Member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) 1939-decease
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA) 1957
American Architects Directories:
Biographical listing in 1956 American Architects Directory
Biographical listing in 1962 American Architects Directory
Biographical listing in 1970 American Architects Directory
Entry in the NC Architects/Designers section of NC Modernist Houses web site http://www.ncmodernist.org/architects.html
Contributed by NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center:
Henry Leveke Kamphoefner was dean of the North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) School of Design, 1948-1973, and continued to teach architecture at North Carolina State Universtiy until 1979. Kamphoefner practiced architecture in Sioux City, Iowa, 1932-1936; was associate architect for the Rural Resettlement Administration in Washington, D.C., 1936-1937; and taught architecture at the University of Oklahoma, 1937-1948.
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NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center
MC 00198 Henry Leveke Kamphoefner Papers, 1924 - 1990
The Henry Leveke Kamphoefner Papers documents the personal and professional life of Henry Kamphoefner. Included are materials relating to Kamphoefner's private architectural practice in Sioux City, Iowa; his tenure as professor at the School of Architecture at the University of Oklahoma; his tenure as Dean of the School of Design at North Carolina State University; and his activities after retirement at NCSU, at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and at Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Professional Correspondence series is especially rich in documentation of all facets of his career, as Kamphoefner kept meticulous copies of his own letters as well as those received. Architectural drawings in the Oversized Materials series document his student work at the University of Illinois and at Columbia University, at his private practice in Iowa and on several other projects including his own residences in Norman, Oklahoma, and Raleigh, North Carolina.
Link to online finding aid: http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/findingaids/mc00198/