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Steele, Sandham And Steele


Steele, Sandham and Steele was an Omaha based architecture firm originally formed by Thomas Kimball and William Steele Sr. in 1928. The firm Steele, Sandham and Steele was created in 1946 and designed several buildings for UNL following WWII. The firm was renamed Steele, Sandham, and Weinstein in 1962 when it designed Behlen Laboratory. Following Kimball's death in 1934 partners in the firm at various times were William Steele Sr, William Steele Jr, J Dow Sandham, and Alex Weinstein.

Source Information:
Minutes, Bd of Regents.
Unpublished manuscript on NE architects by David Murphy, Nebraska State Historical Society.