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Angus Mccallum

architect

Angus Mccallum, American architect. Member accreditation coms. Collegiate Schools Architecture, 1960-1965. Director Kansas City Philharmonic Association; Member Mayor’s Advisory Commission; Served to Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1942; (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president Kansas City 1959-1960, board directors 1963-1966).; Member Equestrian Order Holy Sepulcre of Jerusalem.

Background

Mccallum, Angus was born on November 13, 1911 in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. Son of James Wood and Nora (Costello) Mccallum.

Education

Student Rockhurst College, 1927-1929, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1929-1931.

Career

Principal Angus McCallum & Associates, Kansas City, 1946. Works include Avila College, Western Mississippi Mental Health Center, library Rockhurst College, Rehabilitation Institute, Regional Diagnostic Clinic-Mental Retardation. Chairman advisory council Kansas City U. College Architecture.

Guest lecturer U. Kansas, Kansas State University, Oklahoma State University.

Membership

Member accreditation coms. Collegiate Schools Architecture, 1960-1965. Director Kansas City Philharmonic Association.

Member Mayor’s Advisory Commission. Served to Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, 1942-1942. (Fellow) The American Institute of Architects (president Kansas City 1959-1960, board directors 1963-1966).

Member Equestrian Order Holy Sepulcre of Jerusalem.

Connections

Married Kathleen deSales Foster, February 5, 1945. Children: Mary Elizabeth, Lucie Foster.

father:
James Wood Mccallum

mother:
Nora (Costello) Mccallum

spouse:
Kathleen deSales Foster

children:
Mary Elizabeth Mccallum

Lucie Foster Mccallum