Male, born 11/01/1923

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Brown and Rawdon, Architects

Professional History

Education: B.A., Amherst College, Amherst, MA, 1948; B.Arch., Columbia University, New York, NY, 1952; work: Partner, Pearson and Rawdon, Architects, 1958-1964; Principal, Ruhnau, Evans and Steinmann, Architects, 1964-1969; Partner, Brown and Rawdon, 1969-?; Registered Architect in CA; military service, 1943-1946; joined Inland Empire Chapter, American Institute of Architects, 1957;


Awarded Hamlin Prize for Design, Columbia University, 1951; awarded Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Columbia University, 1952; named ACSA-AIA Teacher's Seminar Scholar, 1958; awarded Tau Sigma Delta, 1961;


Had three sons, Blaine Rawdon, Jr., who studied architecture at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, but became an aeronautical designer at the Phantom Works, part of McDonell-Douglas Corporation and later the Boeing Corporation, Robert and Matthew; all three boys attended Amherst College like their father;

Associated Locations

  • Plainfield, NJ (Architect's Birth)
    Plainfield, NJ

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PCAD id: 2012