When Washington University sent young architect Victor Gilbertson to Europe to study church architecture in 1939, officials knew a war was brewing. What they didn’t realize was that Gilbertson would end up in the middle of the start of a global conflict. His correspondence to and from St. Louis suggests the perils of a young architect.
"“Everything May Yet Turn Out All Right”: An Architect’s Adventures in 1939-40 Europe,"
The Confluence (2009-2020): Vol. 5
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lindenwood.edu/confluence_2009/vol5/iss1/5