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Architect

David Scott Davidson was American architect. Registered architect, Montana.

Background

Davidson, David Scott was born on December 17, 1925 in Great Falls, Montana, United States. Son of David Adams and Florence Mae (Scott) Davidson.

Education

Student, University Utah, 1943. Student, Pasadena City College, 1944. Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Montana State University, 1950.

Career

Architect in training Shanley & Shanley Architects, Great Falls, 1950-1952. Architect van Teylingen, Knight, van Teylingen, 1952-1954. Principal David S. Davidson, Architect, 1954-1956.

Partner Davidson & Kuhr Architects, 1956-1975. President Davidson & Kuhr Architects, Professional Corporation, 1975—2002. Director, president Great Falls Arts Association, 1980-1983.

Director, president Montana Institute Arts, since 1981. Member state construction advisory council State of Montana, 1983-1984. Director, vice president Paris Gibson Square, Great Falls, 1982-1988.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Montana.

Membership

Member Great Falls Zoning Board, 1972-1975. Member rehabilitation committee Great Falls Housing Task Force, 1975-1978. Chairman architecture division United Way, 1975-1978.

Director Great Falls Symphony Association, 1992-1993. Served with United States Army, 1943-1946. Fellow American Institute of Architects (chapter president 1965-1966, director 1962-1966), Great Falls Society Architects (president 1958-1959), Junior Chamber of C. (director 1956-1960).

Connections

Married Marjorie Luella Huffman, September 10, 1949. Children: Carol M., Marilyn S., Scott L., Bruce F., Craig S.

father:
David Adams Davidson

mother:
Florence Mae (Scott) Davidson

spouse:
Marjorie Luella Huffman

child:
Carol M. Davidson

child:
Marilyn S. Davidson

child:
Scott L. Davidson

child:
Bruce F. Davidson

child:
Craig S. Davidson