Graham’s Seattle Deco

July 13th, 2011 @ 1:00 am by Cliffe | Sorted Historic Buildings |
Another John Graham Deco gem, like this 1932 study. Not built, if only… Click for the high res copy.
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Click Architectural study of proposed development for Second Avenue, Seattle. 1925-1935 by John Graham & Company. Image courtesy University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division.

4 Responses to “Graham’s Seattle Deco”

  1. Gavin says:

    Is this an early design for the Exchange Building, by any chance?

  2. jim civarra says:

    Exchange Building is earlier than 1932, and the elevations are not right as it is built on the slope of Marion Street between Second and First avenues.

  3. The “1932″ date is part of a link to a previous post (maybe it shows as normal text in an RSS reader). This does look like it could have been for the Exchange Bldg., except that the building on the right doesn’t look at all like the Burke Building. Not sure they would have worried about details like that, though.

  4. Marty Dawg says:

    Welcome Back!!

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