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architectural historian , Architectural designer

Paula Adams, American architectural designer, architectural historian. Certified National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Board directors Depot Heritage, Inc.; active Seward County Development Foundation, High Plains Public RAdio, Core Knowledge Foundation, others. Member National Trust for Historic Preservation, Kansas Preservation Alliance, Center for Understanding the Built Environment, Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta.

Background

Adams, Paula was born on March 11, 1960 in Plains, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Dean Wallace and Virginia (Ward) Graves.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art History cum laude, University Kansas, 1982. Master of Architecture cum laude, University Kansas, 1996.

Career

Design coordinator Hallmark Cards, Inc., Liberal, Kansas, 1982. Director Baker Art Center, 1984. Teacher French and art history Seward County Community College, 1984-1991.

Architectural designer Thompson Architects, 1993-1994, 95-96, Paula Adams Architectural Interiors, Plains, since 1996.

Achievements

  • Certified National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Membership

Board directors Depot Heritage, Inc. Active Seward County Development Foundation, High Plains Public RAdio, Core Knowledge Foundation, others. Member National Trust for Historic Preservation, Kansas Preservation Alliance, Center for Understanding the Built Environment, Beta Theta Pi, Kappa Alpha Theta.

Connections

Married John Charles Adams, November 27, 1982. Children: Lacy Amelia, John Graves.

father:
Dean Wallace Graves

mother:
Virginia (Ward) Graves

spouse:
John Charles Adams

child:
Lacy Amelia Adams

child:
John Graves Adams