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Tallie Burton Maule

Tallie Burton Maule, American architect. Member Planning Commission, Oak Ridge, 1950.; Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946. Fulbright grantee to Europe, 1951.; Fellow American Academy in Rome; member American International Assurance, Greater San San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. Important works include Palo Alto Office Center, Embarcadero Transit Terminal, West Portal Transit Station.

Background

  • Maule, Tallie Burton was born on July 7, 1917 in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Ernest Tallie and Julia Wilhemenia (Langenkamp) Maule.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Architecture, Oklahoma State University, 1940. Master of Fine Arts (Lowell Palmer fellow), Princeton, 1948. Diploma, (fellow American Academy in Rome), Universitair Italiana, 1951.

    Career

    • Associate, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, New York City, Chicago, Oak Ridge, Tokyo, San Francisco, 1947-1955. President Tallie Maule Architect/ Planner, San Francisco, 1955-1974, chief architect San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit, 1966-1973. Cons. architect Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit, Sao Paolo (Brazil) Metro.

    Membership

    Member Planning Commission, Oak Ridge, 1950. Served with United States Navy Reserve, 1943-1946. Fulbright grantee to Europe, 1951.

    Fellow American Academy in Rome. Member American International Assurance, Greater San San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. Important works include Palo Alto Office Center, Embarcadero Transit Terminal, West Portal Transit Station.

    Connections

    • Married Vivienne Daubek, December 25, 1942. Married second, Sara Heath, June 27, 1951.
    • father: Ernest Tallie Maule
    • mother: Julia Wilhemenia (Langenkamp) Maule
    • spouses: Vivienne Daubek
    • Sara Heath
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    Died June 17, 1974
    (aged 56)
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