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WAUGH, Edward Walter Rail

Born: 1913 01 24
Died: 1966

Architect


ARIBA (1938); TPIA (1939); ISAA (1939).

Edward Walter Rail Waugh (known as 'Terry') was born in South Africa, son of the architect EH WAUGH. He was educated at Houghton College in Johannesburg. and Therafter he studied architecture at the School of Architecture, Edinburgh College of Art from October 1931. He spent a year in the office of Rowand Anderson, Paul & Partners from October 1934 and after a further year of full-time study found employment back in South Africa in the office of C SMALL and subsequently of E H WAUGH, both of Johannesburg. He spent his summers travelling and sketching in Britain, and passed the qualifying exam in June 1938. He was admitted ARIBA on 8 May 1939, his proposers being Theophile SCHAERER of Johannesburg, Frank Charles Mears and SC DOWSETT. He practised for a year in his father's office from 1939-40 asWAUGH and WAUGH. After a short stint as a draftsman with MOFFAT and HARVEY and TN DUNCAN, he served in the South African Army for two years.

In 1941 he immigrated to the United States of America in 1941. For his further career see Dictionary of Scottish architects.

Entry substantially revised after Dictionary of Scottish architects: (Professor) Edward Walter Rail Waugh accessed 2018 03 14 @ 08:45 UMT+2).

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All truncated references not fully cited in 'References' are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.