Lillian Leenhouts

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Architectural career

Work for the Theosophical Society

Honors and awards

Lillian Scott Leenhouts, FAIA, a member for 50 years of the Milwaukee Branch, will receive the honorary degree of Doctor of Humanities from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in May. She has been honored by the School of Architecture and Urban Planning for her distinguished contributions to architecture. Lillian and her husband Willis were architects for the Olcott Library and Research Center addition to the Olcott building in 1962.[1]

Notes

  1. "Lillian Leenhouts Honored," The American Theosophist 77:3 (May/June 1989), 81.