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Architect

Alan Curtis Liddle was American architect.

Background

Liddle, Alan Curtis was born on March 10, 1922 in Tacoma. Son of Abram Dix and Myrtle (Maytum) Liddle.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Washington, 1948. Postgraduate, Eidgenoissche Technische Hochschule, Zurich, Switzerland, 1951.

Career

Assistant professor architecture University Washington, 1954-1955. Principal Liddle & Jones, Tacoma, 1957-1967, Alan Liddle (architects), Tacoma, 1967-1990, Liddle & Jacklin, Tacoma, 1990-1998. Retired, 1999.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Architect oceanography bldgs, University Washington, 1967, Tacoma Art Museum, 1971, Charles Wright Academy, Tacoma, 1962, Pacific National Bank Washington, Auburn, 1965.

Membership

President board Allied Arts Tacoma, 1963-1964, Civic Arts Commission Tacoma-Pierce County, 1969. Commissioner Washington Arts Commission, 1971. Board directors Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma Zoological Society, Tacoma Philharmonic, Inc.

Served with Army of the United States, 1943-1946. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president Southwest Washington chapter 1967-1968). Member Washington History Society, University Washington Alumni Association (all life).

Connections

father:
Abram Dix Liddle

mother:
Myrtle (Maytum) Liddle