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Donald M. Call

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Donald Marshall Call (November 29, 1892–March 19, 1984) was a United States Army soldier during World War I who received the Medal of Honor. Biography Call was the son of the late Edward Payson Call, once business manager of The Journal of Commerce, and a grandson of General Francis X. Marshall, a well-known Indian fighter and one of the pioneers of Colorado. He was also the son-in-law of New York State Senator Clarence Lexow. Prior to the war, he had studied landscape architecture at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and performed as a stage actor. Following the war, he resumed his acting career and in 1926 he became the resident landscaping architect for Conde Nast Publications and later worked in the Vogue magazine Pattern Department. In 1936, he obtained employment with the Federal Housing Administration in Washington, D.C. and ten years later opened a landscaping business there, running it until his retirement 1975. Call died in 1984 at the age of 8
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