July 13: Walter Stafford Vaughan born in Cambridge, Mass. on July 13, 1894 to Walter Clifton Vaughan and Mosetta Isabella Stafford.
Stafford Vaughan attends the Harvard Graduate Program in Architecture; earns Masters
Stafford Vaughan apprentices at the office of Charles Freely Loring, Jr. in Boston
Stafford Vaughan awarded Julia Armory Appleton Fellowship in Architecture for study at the American Academy of Rome; travels in Europe
Walter and Etta Vaughan visit Stafford Vaughan in Rome; Walter collects medieval ironwork and hardware
Stafford Vaughan works for various architects in New York
Stafford Vaughan joins Ostrander & Eshleman, solidifying partnership with the W.C. Vaughan Co.
Stafford Vaughan designs W.C. Vaughan’s lever handle 637, later used on the front door of the Gropius house
Stafford Vaughan leaves Ostrander & Eshleman, joins the W.C. Vaughan Co.
Walter Vaughan retires; divides shares in W.C. Vaughan between Stafford Vaughan and Elmer Pratt
Stafford Vaughan becomes president of W.C. Vaughan
Stafford Vaughan retires; Elmer Pratt becomes president of W.C. Vaughan
Walter Stafford Vaughan dies