Offices at 194 Bowery, Manhattan (1914)
Louis H. Voss was active in Brooklyn municipal architecture in the early 20th century. A graduate of Pratt Institute, Voss had a partnership with P. J. Lauritzen starting the in the 1890s. Voss is credited with the design of two public baths in Brooklyn as well at least one police precinct.
John O'Malley was perhaps the most prolific Catholic church architect in the New York area from the 1950s until his death in 1970. Working primarily in Queens and on Long Island, O'Malley designed dozens of churches. For a full discussion of O'Malley and his significance, see this piece at Queens Modern.
William McNamara was a New York-based architect, active in the 1850s through 1870s.
Apartment house architects active in the 1910s to 1920s. Springsteen was also associated with the firm Springsteen & Goldhammer.
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