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William Danmar

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William Danmar
William Danmar - portrait.jpg
As pictured in "Ghostology" (1924)
Born 22 November 1853(1853-11-22)
Denmark
Died 4 November 1937 (83)
New York City, NY [1][2]
Nationality Danish; American
Workplace(s) Cooper Union; Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Architecture Dept.[3]
Known for Galomalism, Nirvanalogy

William Danmar (November 22, 1853 - November 4, 1937) was a Danish-born architect, professor of architecture, and author of varied treatises about the physics of ghosts, galomalism, and nirvanalogy.

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Esoteric

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References

  1. "Obituary notice for William Danmar", Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York) 97 (307): 15, 1937-11-05, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/52987410/, retrieved 2016-08-07 
  2. "New York, New York City Municipal Deaths, 1795-1949," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:2WL3-M41 : 20 March 2015), William Danmar, 04 Nov 1937; citing Death, New York City, Queens, New York, United States, New York Municipal Archives, New York; FHL microfilm 2,184,872.
  3. Spellen, Suzanne (2013-09-19), "Building of the Day: 2883 Atlantic Avenue", brownstoner.com