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Born: 5/25/1892, Died: 10/1966

Paul L. Boyd, the son of George A. Boyd, was born in Philadelphia and received his Certificate of Proficiency in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania (where he had studied with Leon Arnal) in 1915. By 1916 he was associated with Stanley K. Neubauer, who had graduated from the University in 1914, in the firm of Neubauer & Boyd. This firm endured through 1918, and in 1919 Boyd established his own practice, later working for the Philadelphia Board of Education as designer for the Maintenance of Way Department of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and designer for the Department of City Transit.

Boyd was a member of the T-Square Club and the Northeast Club.

Written by Emily T. Cooperman, and Sandra L. Tatman.

Clubs and Membership Organizations

  • T-Square Club
  • Northeast Club

School Affiliations

  • University of Pennsylvania

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