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H. Leland Vaughan

educator , landscape architect.

H. Leland Vaughan, American educator, landscape architect. Fellow American Society Landscape Architects; member Association Landscape Architects (past president), American Planning and Civic Association; Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).

Background

Vaughan, H. Leland was born on November 27, 1905 in Alliance, Ohio, United States. Son of James E. and Frances (Harris) Vaughan.

Education

Student Mount Union College, 1923-1926. B. Landscape Architecture, Ohio State University, 1929.

Career

With University of California at Berkeley, 1930-1974, successively instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, professor, 1949-1969, emeritus, 1969-1974, department chairman landscape architecture, 1949-1962, acting dean College Agri., 1957-1958, assistant dean College Environmental Design, 1965-1967, city planning commissioner Richmond, California. Designer projects in San Francisco area. Recreation and park commissioner, Richmond.

United States delegate to International Federation Landscape Architects, 1966-1969.

Membership

Fellow American Society Landscape Architects. Member Association Landscape Architects (past president), American Planning and Civic Association. Club: Bohemian (San Francisco).

Connections

Married Adele Wharton, June 1934.; married second, Beulah Parker, January 1954. Children: Steven Wharton, Wharton Nicholas.

father:
James E. Vaughan

mother:
Frances (Harris) Vaughan

spouses:
Adele Wharton

Beulah Parker

children:
Steven Wharton Vaughan

Wharton Nicholas Vaughan