Einar Bull Norway

Biography of Einar Bull

Einar Bull, matriculation slip 1896-97
Einar Bull, matriculation slip 1896-97

Einar Bull graduated BSc from the University in 1899.

He was born in 1873 in Oslo, then known as Kristiania, son of architect Georg Andreas Bull (1829"1917) who was Oslo’s chief building inspector for four decades, and particularly well-known for designing railway stations, including the former Oslo West Station, now the Nobel Peace Center.

Bull studied for a BSc in Naval Architecture at the University of Glasgow between 1896 and 1899 and later worked in that field in Sunderland, England.

Sources

Archival Materials

  • R3/1/1 (vol 2) Register of dates of birth of graduates Vols.I-III 1881-1915
  • R8/5/17/1 Matriculation Slips 1896-1897 Men A - B

Summary

Einar Bull
Born 31 October 1873.
GU Degree: BSc, 1899; Science and Engineering,
University Link: Graduate
Occupation categories: engineers, naval; naval architects
Additional Information: R3/1/1 (vol 2)
English snippet: Engineering graduate of the University of Glasgow in 1899
Record last updated: 3rd Jun 2014

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Norway Norway, Oslo
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