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Henrik H Bull

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Henrik Helkand Bull (July 13, 1929 – December 3, 2013) was a founder of Bull Stockwell Allen / BSA Architects in San Francisco in 1967. Personal life Henrik Helkand Bull was the only child of Johan Bull (1893–1945) and Sonja Geelmuyden Bull (1898–1992). Johan Bull, a native of Norway, was an illustrator who regularly contributed to New Yorker magazine since its inception in 1925. A cousin of Bull’s grandfather, also named Henrik Bull, designed several of Oslo’s landmark civic buildings at the end of the 19th century. This earlier Henrik Bull was nephew of the famed violinist Ole Bull, who began the utopian community of Oleona in Pennsylvania in 1853. In 1954, Bull moved to San Francisco and began working for a firm in Oakland until 1956. He married Barbara Alpaugh in 1956 and had two children, Nina (1966) and Peter (1965). He then opened his own business and Bull
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