Elisabeth V. Tippels-Kirch-Knobels-Dorff
Birth City: Potsdam
Notes: In 1927 she went to Boston with her husband who was appointed Consul General. They were called back in 1938 for political reasons. They lived a secluded life on their Silesian estate until her husband's death. She spent the last few years of her life in an institution in Bassum
Archive/Repository: IAWA, Special Collections, Newman Library
Employer: building department of the Rear Area Intendancy and the Supreme Command of the 2nd Army
Employer: Provincial Government
Title: Government architect
Notes: started this at the end of the war
Notes: started free-lancing when she was dismissed from the civil service
No apprenticeships on record
Name: Association of Architects and Engineers
Description: Second place in the monthly competition
Title: The Woman at Home and at Work
Institution: Royal Technical University Chatlottenburg
Degree: passed with a "Good"
Notes: Was the first woman applicant, first admitted as a guest student, then registed as a full time student and passed her exams in the same year.
No licenses on record
No affiliations on record
Title: The History of Women Architects
Author: Sonja Gunther, Christine Jachmann, Helga Schmidt-Thomsen, Michelle Stanley (translator)
Publication: Exhibit Catalog
Publisher: ABC Satz and Druck GmbH
Notes: This is a catalog published for the exhibit of the UIFA (Union Internationale des Femmes Architectes). An exhibition of the German Federal Republik Section of the UIFA Within the framework of the IBA (International Building Exhibition) in Berlin.