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Chandler Carroll Cohagen

Chandler Carroll Cohagen, American architect, Masonic officer. Awarded Academic medal by American Institute Architects, 1915.

Background

  • Cohagen, Chandler Carroll was born on April 24, 1889 in near Pierson, Iowa, United States. Son of John R. and Mary Francis (Turner) Cohagen.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University of Michigan, 1915.

    Career

    • President McIver, Cohagen & Marshall (architects), Billings and Great Falls, Montana, 1915-1920, McIver & Cohagen, 1920-1936. Independent practice as Chandler C. Cohagen, Billings, Montana, from 1936. Chief architect on Eau Claire Ordnance Plant for Smith, Hinchman and Grylls, 1942.

      Secretary and director Treasure State Development Company. International trustee DeMolay Foundation, Inc. Member executive board of Grand Council of Order of DeMolay, from 1929, grand master, 1938-1939, grand treasurer, from 1953.

      Inspector general honorary 33 degree Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction, from 1937.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member executive board of Grand Council of Order of DeMolay, from 1929, grand master, 1938-1939, grand treasurer, from 1953. Member Billings City Council, 1925-1926. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president Montana Chapter 1928-1936), International Institute Arts and Letters.

    Member Royal Order Scotland, American Society Heating and Ventilating Engineers (life. Member Disciples of Christ Church. Mason (33 degree, Knights Templar, Shriner).

    Club: Kiwanis (president 1949).

    Connections

    • Married Flora John Brown, September 18, 1917.
    • father: John R. Cohagen
    • mother: Mary Francis (Turner) Cohagen
    • spouse: Flora John Brown
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    Born April 24, 1889
    Nationality

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