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H. Leland Vaughan

H. Leland Vaughan, American educator, landscape architect. Fellow American Society Landscape Architects; member Association Landscape Architects (past president), American Planning and Civic Association; Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).

Background

  • Vaughan, H. Leland was born on November 27, 1905 in Alliance, Ohio, United States. Son of James E. and Frances (Harris) Vaughan.

  • Education

    • Student Mount Union College, 1923-1926. B. Landscape Architecture, Ohio State University, 1929.

    Career

    • With University of California at Berkeley, 1930-1974, successively instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, professor, 1949-1969, emeritus, 1969-1974, department chairman landscape architecture, 1949-1962, acting dean College Agri., 1957-1958, assistant dean College Environmental Design, 1965-1967, city planning commissioner Richmond, California. Designer projects in San Francisco area. Recreation and park commissioner, Richmond.

      United States delegate to International Federation Landscape Architects, 1966-1969.

    Membership

    Fellow American Society Landscape Architects. Member Association Landscape Architects (past president), American Planning and Civic Association. Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).

    Connections

    • Married Adele Wharton, June 1934.; married second, Beulah Parker, January 1954. Children: Steven Wharton, Wharton Nicholas.
    • father: James E. Vaughan
    • mother: Frances (Harris) Vaughan
    • spouses: Adele Wharton
    • Beulah Parker
    • children: Steven Wharton Vaughan
    • Wharton Nicholas Vaughan
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    Born November 27, 1905
    Died 1974
    (aged 68)
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