William M. Haussman

OGB Service: 1963–1969

William Max Haussman, AIA, earned a bachelor of architecture at the University of Pennsylvania and joined the National Capital Office of Design and Construction of the National Park Service in 1931, where he remained for thirty years, including service as chief architect. In that role, he directed the restoration of the Old Stone House and Great Falls Tavern. He became an associate with the Washington, D.C., firm of Macomber & Peter in 1963 and formed his own practice in 1965.