Darwin H. Urffer (1902-1973), B.Arch. 1925, M.Arch. 1927
After graduation, Urffer joined the architectural firm of Paul Cret in 1926. He remained with the firm which continued after Cret’s death in 1945 as Harbeson, Hough, Livingston, Larson, now known as H2L2. Urffer participated in the design of such structures as the Western Savings Fund Building and the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia and the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington D.C..