Although Walter W. Judell later established an independent office in Milwaukee, WI, he began his professional career in Philadelphia, where in 1903 he was the recipient of the Stewardson Traveling Scholarship for his design for "An Official Building for a County." By 1905 Judell is listing himself as an architect in the Philadelphia city directories.
Judell was born in Germany and graduated from Cornell University in 1900. He spent five years in the office of Cope & Stewardson, three years with John Russell Pope, and two years with J. P. Jamieson. After receiving the Stewardson Scholarship, he traveled to Europe and spent approximately six months studying at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris.
Judell joined the AIA in 1917.
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