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consultant , art historian

Allan Dean McKenzie, American art historian, consultant. Recipient Founders' Day Scholastic award, New York University, 1966, Earl L. Hain award, University Organization, 1994; Samuel H. Kress grant, 1986, International Research Exchange Board Ad. Hoc. grant, 1973, Fulbright scholarship, 1959. Member of Archaeol. Institute America, International Center Medieval Art.

Background

McKenzie, Allan Dean was born on August 17, 1930 in Pendleton, Oregon, United States. Son of Hugh Samuel and Helen Josephine (Raymond) McKenzie.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, San Jose State University, 1952. Master of Arts, University of California-Berkeley, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy., New York University, 1965.

Career

Instructor New York University, New York City, 1957—1959, 1960—1964. Assistant professor University Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1964—1966. Associate professor medieval art University Oregon, Eugene, 1966—1974, professor, 1974—1990, professor emeritus, since 1990.

Served with United States Army, 1954-1956.

Works

Membership

Served with United States Army, 1954-1956. Member International Center Medieval Art, Archaeol. Institute American (chapter president 1969-1971, 73-75, 76-77, 87-88, 90-92).

Connections

Married Mary Joyce Matson, June 30, 1955 (divorced 1961).; married Lucile Irene Johnston, December 21, 1982. Children: Donald, Kathleen.

father:
Hugh Samuel McKenzie

mother:
Helen Josephine (Raymond) McKenzie

spouses:
Mary Joyce Matson

Lucile Irene Johnston

children:
Donald McKenzie

Kathleen McKenzie