John D. McLauchlan photograph collection, circa 1950-1969  PDF

Overview of the Collection

McLauchlan, John D
John D. McLauchlan photograph collection
circa 1950-1969 (inclusive)
36 photographic prints (2 boxes) ; various sizes
Collection Number
Photographic prints by a Seattle lawyer and photographer
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
Access Restrictions

The collection is open to the public.

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Biographical NoteReturn to Top

John D. McLauchlan was a lawyer and photographer. Mr. McLauchlan was born in 1909 in Kankakee, Ill., and came to Seattle with his parents in 1920. His father was the Reverend John D. McLauchlan, the first dean of St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral. McLauchlan attended Broadway High School, and earned his law degree from the University of Washington. In World War II, he served in Army counterintelligence. It was during that time that he met and married artist Ebba Rosena Rapp. McLauchlan also was a founder of the Seattle Photographic Society and spent 50 years as photographer for the Washington Bar News. He received the Washington State Bar Association's Award of Honor and Merit in 1985 for his work in immigration law. McLauchlan died on December 24, 1999.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Photographs by John D. McLauchlan of scenes around Seattle. One portrait of McLauchlan by Mabel Thompson. Many of the photographs are exhibiton prints that were submitted to various gallery shows.

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Restrictions on Use

Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation, or publication. Contact Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries for details.

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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Visual Materials Collections (University of Washington)
  • Personal Names :
  • McLauchlan, John D.--Photographs
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Photographic prints