[ US /məˈkɪm/ ]
  1. United States neoclassical architect (1847-1909)
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  • Clampett himself said years later McKimson was a great animater who should not have become a director. McKimson and Davis
  • McKimson evolved into a truly horrible director as he entered the 1950s, completely void of all vidual & creative inspiration Bill Melendez told me he used to argue with McKimson over the rigid policy on layout drawings. McKimson and Davis
  • We were compelled to await an upcoast steamer till August, when that adventurous craft, the steamer “McKim,” now newly named the “Humboldt,” resumed sea-voyages. A Backward Glance at Eighty
  • Richardson and McKim, Mead, and White, well trained in the classical tradition, designed structures that gave much employment to quarrymen and stonecutters.
  • Mr. McKim, with his usual good judgment and remarkably quick strategetical mind, especially in matters pertaining to the U.G. Railroad, hit upon the following plan, namely, to go to his friend E.M. Davis, who was engaged in mercantile business, and relate the circumstances. Life and Adventures of James Williams, a Fugitive Slave, with a Full Description of the Underground Railroad
  • It's often noted that the switch hurt McKimson's unit; though Pierce was the story man on one of his best cartoons, "Hillbilly Hare," he was described by Lloyd Turner as "the least creative" of the studio's three main writers, and while he was good at story structure and pop-culture parodies, he was fairly weak as a gagman and had "personal problems" i.e. he drank a lot. Archive 2008-07-01
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