Capitol Hill Transitions: Seattle Art Museum's 29th Annual Exhibition of Residential Architecture
Architecture, Domestic--Washington (State)--Seattle--Tours | Seattle (Wash.)--Buildings, structures, etc. | Capitol Hill (Seattle, Wash.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
Brochure for the 29th Annual Exhibition of Residential Architecture, held Thursday, April 26, 1979 from 10 am to 6 pm.
The Episcopal Center, 1551 10th Avenue East | Mr. and Mrs. R. Duke Watson, 1642 Federal Avenue East | Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Callison, 1901 10th Avenue East | Mr. John Peter Nordin, 1651 10th Avenue East | Roger and Annette Rieger, 1655 10th Avenue East | Dr. and Mrs. Robert Barnes, 1014 East Blaine | Mr. William Overholt, 1902 10th Avenue East | Mr. Don Foster, 1915 10th Avenue East | Mr. and Mrs. George Suyama, 1917 Broadway East | Mr. Roy Miller, 2010 Broadway East | Mr. Clarence Hulford, 2010 Broadway East | Mr. A.O. Bumgardner, 2017 Broadway East | Kenneth and Mary Briggs, 2207 Broadway East | Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. Brazeau, 2221 Broadway East | Mr. Paul Skinner, 1946 Harvard Avenue East
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