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Oscar Theodore Lang

Oscar Theodore Lang, American architect. Recipient bronze medal King Gustaf of Sweden. Registered architect, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakot.

Background

  • Lang, Oscar Theodore was born on August 25, 1888 in Minneapolis. Son of John Albert and Sophie (Bergman) Language.

  • Education

    • Certificate in architecture University of Pennsylvania, 1915.

    Career

    • 1 son. Marshall T.

    Works

    • Contributor articles horology to trade mags.

    Membership

    Member Lang, Raugland & Lewis, Minneapolis, 1922-1929, Lang & Raugland, architects and engrs., 1929-1955, president Lang & Raugland, Inc., 1956-1958, chairman since 1958. Member architectural advising committee to President, 1930. Active Young Men's Christian Association.

    Fellow A. I.A., National Association Watch and Clock Collectors (director). Mason (32°).; Clubs: Minneapolis Athletic, Junto.

    Connections

    • Married Alice E. Hedlund, June 24, 1920.
    • father: John Albert Lang
    • mother: Sophie (Bergman) Lang
    • spouse: Alice E. Hedlund
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    Born August 25, 1888
    Died December 10, 1960
    (aged 72)
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