Seeburger & Rabenold represent one of several offices which got their start with Horace Trumbauer. Seeburger had obtained his education at the Franklin Institute Drawing School and the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, he combined long practical experience with Rabenold's University of Pennsylvania training, and the partners launched their new office in 1914. It would continue in operation for some 20 years, chiefly based in the thriving residential market found in the suburbs of Philadelphia. However, the partnership also produced a few Protestant churches, including the Bethany Reformed Church and Sunday School in Ephrata (1914), Reformed Church, Glenside (1926), and a parsonage and Sunday School for the Nazareth Evangelical Lutheran Church (Luzerne and C streets, Philadelphia, 1926).
Sandra L. Tatman.
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