Denham & Denham

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Denham & Denham was an architecture firm active in Birmingham in the 1920s. It was founded by architect William Leslie Denham and his associate, George E. Denham.

William Denham had been associated with Clarence L Hutchisson and A. J. Downey in Mobile before 1916.

The firm merged with E. B. Van Keuren & Co. engineers and mill architects on November 21, 1923 to form Denham, Van Keuren & Denham. Their offices were located in rooms 411-416 in the Comer Building (then called the Age-Herald Building).

The merger was dissolved in 1928 with both former firms both keeping their offices in the Comer Building. Denham & Denham moved up to the 12th floor of the same building. Both Denhams died in the early 1930s.

Notable projects


  • "Professional Merger Completed" (November 29, 1923) Manufacturer's Record. Vol. 84, No. 22, p. 107