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William Caldwell Titcomb
The Michigan Alumnus 150

Professor Titcomb is a graduate in Arts and
 in Architecture of Harvard University. He was a 
member of the Architectural Faculty here from
 1907 to 1913. Since then he has for a long period 
been a professor in architecture at the University 
of Illinois. He was in France during two years of 
the war period and was a member of the teaching
 staff with the School of Art and Architecture at
 Bellevue, conducted for American architectural
 and art students during the period between the
 armistice and their return to this country. Pro
fessor Titcomb will teach architectural design.