(1910 - 2004)
Walter Dorwin, Jr. Teague was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Walter Teague is known for industrial design, architecture.
Biography Walter Teague
Teague's son, Walter Dorwin Teague, Jr. (1910-2004), joined his father's firm in 1934. Together they made contributions to many basic industrial and consumer products, including the A.B. Dick Mimeograph to Cold War missiles like the Lark and Loki.
Teague Jr. won an award from the Industrial Designers Institute for a fully reclinable dentist's chair, which allowed dentists to sit while working on patients. His firm's Steinway Peace Piano, built for the 1939 New York World's Fair, is now at the Smithsonian.