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Arthur Robert Mann

Arthur Robert Mann, British architect, engineer. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects; member American Society Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, American Concrete Institute.

Background

  • Mann, Arthur Robert was born on June 28, 1877 in England. Son of George and Eliza (Lingard) Mann.

  • Education

    • Student Nicker Normal College, 1900-1901. Bachelor of Science in Engineering, University Kansas, 1906.

    Career

    • September 1971); children—Dorothy (Mistress Ralph L. Calvert), Robert E. Came to the United States, 1879, naturalized, 1887. Partner Mann and Gerow, architects, 1909-1924. Owner Mann and Company, 1924-1934.

      Partner (with son) Mann & Company, architects, 1934-1965, consulting architect-engineer, 1965-1968 (all in Hutchinson, Kansas). Chief architect for Black & Veatch, Ski Cantonment, Camp Hale, Colorado, also Hutchison Naval Air Station Licensed architect, Oklahoma, Kansas. Licensed engineer, Kansas.

    Membership

    Fellow) The American Institute of Architects. Member American Society Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers, American Concrete Institute.

    Connections

    • Married Ida May Smith, August 24, 1904 (deceased. Children: Dorothy (Mistress.
    • father: George Mann
    • mother: Eliza (Lingard) Mann
    • spouse: Ida May Smith
    • child: Dorothy (Mrs Mann
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    Born June 28, 1877
    Died July 7, 1968
    (aged 91)
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