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Duncan Mcduffie

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Duncan Mcduffie, American real estate developer. Recipient Cornelius Amory Pugsley silver medal American Scenic and History Preservation Society, 1929. Served with United States Food Administration, Washington, 1917-1918.; Member of advisory board Yosemite National Park.; Member Phi Delta Theta.

Background

Mcduffie, Duncan was born on September 24, 1877 in Jefferson, Iowa, United States. Son of Marshall Burnap and Sophie Bushnell (Warner) Mcduffie.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Cal, 1899.

Career

Engaged in development of residential subdivisions at Berkeley, California, since 1905. Chairman California Parks Council, 1925-1930. President Save-the-Redwood League, since 1944.

Chairman Civic Arts Commission, Berkeley. 1913-1917.

Membership

Served with United States Food Administration, Washington, 1917-1918. Member of advisory board Yosemite National Park. Member Phi Delta Theta.

Clubs: Faculty (University of California).

Connections

Married Jean Howard Schoonmaker, June 1, 1911.

father:
Marshall Burnap Mcduffie

mother:
Sophie Bushnell (Warner) Mcduffie

spouse:
Jean Howard Schoonmaker