Tenth Annual Architectural Exhibit: Old Treasures…New Settings: Broadmoor and the Lakeshore

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Title

Tenth Annual Architectural Exhibit: Old Treasures…New Settings: Broadmoor and the Lakeshore

Subject

Architecture, Domestic--Washington (State)--Seattle--Tours
Seattle (Wash.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
Broadmoor--Buildings, Structures, etc.

Description

Brochure for the Tenth Annual Exhibit of Architecture in Broadmoor and on the Lakeshore, 10 am to 5 pm Thursday, April 30th, 1959.

Creator

Art Museum Guild, Seattle Art Museum

Publisher

Seattle Art Museum

Date

1959

Contributor

Neil Meitzler

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Format

PDF document

Language

English

Type

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Participants

  • Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Johnston, 1937 Shenandoah Drive, Broadmoor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Fisher, 1920 Shenandoah Drive, Broadmoor
  • Mrs. Allison T. Wanamaker, Sr., 1819 Parkside Drive, Broadmoor
  • Mrs. William L. Feely , 3510 St. Andrews Way, Broadmoor
  • Mrs. Dorothea Vincent, 3414 St. Andrews Way, Broadmoor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard De Mille, 1570 Parkside Drive, Broadmoor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Magee, 3319 Shore Drive, Broadmoor
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Jones, 2328 43rd Avenue North, Lakeshore
  • Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lea, 230 40th Avenue North
  • Mr. and Mrs. T. Dayton Davies, 2222 Waverly Way, Broadmoor
  • Dr. and Mrs. William L. Topp, 200 40th North, Lakeshore

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