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Leonard William Bindon, Harry Lee Cummings Jr., James Greco, Donald Albert Greve, Alvin Berton Harrison, John Thompson Ridley, John R. Sproule, Daniel Michener Streissguth, Paul Albert Thiry Sr., John Russell Van Horne Jr.

Active 1929-1934, 1945-1951

Thiry developed a diverse practice in Seattle, WA.

PCAD id: 1164


NameDateCityState
10700 Marine View Drive SW House, Arbor Heights, Seattle, WA1947SeattleWA
3425 37th Avenue South House, Seattle, WA1936SeattleWA
Alhadeff, Charles D., House, Mount Baker, Seattle, WA1949SeattleWA
Bragg, E. J., House, Magnolia, Seattle, WA1937
Castlewood Apartment Building, Eastlake, Seattle, WA1928-1929SeattleWA
Central Spiral Stair House, Seattle, WASeattleWA
City of Seattle, Public Library (SPL), Northeast Branch, Seattle, WA1953-1954SeattleWA
Huling Brothers Chrysler-Plymouth Dealership, West Seattle, Seattle, WA1946SeattleWA
Huntington, Gloria, House, Seattle, WA1939SeattleWA
Kachlein, George F., House, Broadmoor, Seattle, WA1933SeattleWA
Kerry, A.S., Jr., House, Beaconsfield on Sound, Normandy Park, WA1939Normandy ParkWA
Kerry, Olive, House, Beaconsfield on Sound, Normandy Park, WANormandy ParkWA
Lakecrest Apartments, Seattle, WA1929SeattleWA
Lewis, George H., House, Overlake, Redmond, WARedmondWA
McDonald, Charles H., Sr., House, Seattle, WA 1946SeattleWA
Museum of History and Industry #1 (MOHAI), Montlake, Seattle, WA 1948-1950SeattleWA
Nash, Sy, House, Olympia, WA1939OlympiaWA
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle, Church of Christ The King, Broadview, Seattle, WA1948SeattleWA
Shroat, Dr. Loren G., House, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Small, L.N., House, Madrona, Seattle, WA1929SeattleWA
Stimson, Thomas David, House, Richmond Beach Highlands, Richmond Beach, WA1951Richmond BeachWA
Thiry, Paul, Architectural Offices, First Hill, Seattle, WA1946SeattleWA
Thiry, Paul, House, Washington Park, Seattle, WA1936SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Electrical Engineering Building, Seattle, WA1947-1948SeattleWA
University of Washington, Seattle (UW), Wilson, Hewitt, Ceramic Laboratory, Seattle, WA1946SeattleWA
"Dormitory rooms : planning for maximum spaciousness with minimum space", Architectural Forum, 95: 174-177, 09/1951. "Moisture-resistant materials, closet-partitions, kitchen-living rooms", Architectural Forum, 74: 4, 226-228, 04/1941. "Church architecture", Architectural Forums, 91: 57-73, 12/1949. "An Architect's Home on Seattle Hillside", Architectural Record, 88: 4, 64-65, 10/1940. "Electrical Engineering Building, University of Washington, Seattle, Wash.", Architectural Record, 106: 6, 104-109, 1949-12. "Washington: Residence for Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lewis, Overlake, Wash. Paul Thiry, Architect", Architectural Record, 98: 6, 120, 12/1945. "New Buildings for West Coast Universities", Architectural Record, 104: 4, 32-1, 10/1948. "The Fair Becomes Seattle Center", Architectural Record, 133: 2, 32-2 - 32-3, 02/1963. "The Fair Becomes Seattle Center", Architectural Record, 133: 2, 32-2 - 32-3, 02/1963. "The Fair Becomes Seattle Center", Architectural Record, 133: 2, 32-2 - 32-3, 02/1963. "Harmony without imitation", Architectural Record, 104-107, 07/1960. Architectural Record Houses of 1956, 162-165, 1956. "Shelter in Consort with the Out-of-Doors", Architecture/West, 69: 12, 17-21, 12/1963. "Gacoflex Neoprene-Hypalon Elastomeric Roofing Systems", Architecture/West, 69: 10, 31, 10/1963. Brick and Tile as Utilized in Modern American Architecture, np, 1947. "Paesaggio americano", Domus, 311, 13-14, 1955-10. Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, "Thiry Architectural Offices, 1946", Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 147, 1980. Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 231, 1980. Woodbridge, Sally B., Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State An Environmental Perspective, 172, 1980. Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, "Thiry House, 1936", Guide to Architecture in Washington State: An Environmental Perspective, 179, 1980. Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, "McDonald House, 1948", Guide to Architecture in Washington State: An Environmental Perspective, 177, 1980. "Sunset and AIA pick the seven best houses in the West: The simple weekend house", House and Home, 100, 10/1957. Gordon, Elizabeth, "How to use the site and the sun", House Beautiful, 89: 9, 92-93, 09/1947. "A Tale of Two Buildings", Journal of the American Institute of Architects, 46: 3, 90-94, 09/1966. "Church of Christ the King, Seattle, Washington", Liturgical Arts, 18: 38-39, 02/1950. Eckardt, Wolf Von, "Paul Thiry", Mid-Century Architecture in America, 94, 1961. "Casa de Paul Thiry", Nuestra Arquitectura, 20: 239-241, 07/1949. "Washington State Coliseum", Official Guide Book Seattle World 's Fair 1962, 26-27, 1962. "3. PA & B profile: Paul Thiry Seattle, Washington", Pacific Architect and Builder, 67: 2, 22, 02/1962. Clausen, Meredith L., "Paul Thiry The Emergence of Modernism in Northwest Architecture", Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 75: 3, 131, 07/1984. Ochsner, Jeffrey Karl, "Victor Steinbrueck Finds His Voice", Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 99: 3, 130, Summer 2008. Clausen, Meredith, "Paul Thiry The Emergence of Modernism in Northwest Architecture", Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 75: 3, 130-131, 07/1984. Clausen, Meredith L., "Paul Thiry The Emergence of Modernism in Northwest Architecture", Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 75: 3, 134-136, 07/1984. Clausen, Meredith, "Paul Thiry The Emergence of Modernism in Northwest Architecture", Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 75: 3, 138-139, 07/1984. Clausen, Meredith, "Paul Thiry The Emergence of Modernism in Northwest Architecture", Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 75: 3, 131, 07/1984. "Museum of History and Industry, Seattle, Wash.", Progressive Architecture, 34: 78-82, 6/1953. Steinbrueck, Victor, "Charles H. McDonald House", Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 30, 1953. Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 37, 1953. Steinbrueck, Victor, "Gloria Huntington House", Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 31, 1953. Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Architecture 1850-1953, 32, 1953. Steinbrueck, Victor, Seattle Cityscape, 163, 1962. Andriesen, David, "Will the puck stop here? A new arena would be more viable with an NHL team--if Seattle can get one", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, D1, D2, 02/01/2007. Davidow, Julie, "New edition of North East Library in 2004: Remodeling of city's busiest branch starts soon", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, B2, 04/19/2003. Harris, Craig, "Auto dealership may close", Seattle Post-Intelligencer, E1, E4, 09/28/2007. Calkins, Matt, "There Are Reasons to Doubt Key Arena Ideas Can Work", Seattle Times, C1, C4, 2017-01-26. Brodeur, Nicole, "No points for Sonics tax assist", Seattle Times, B1, 10/28/2009. "With the Sonics go TVs, office chairs and radios", Seattle Times, B6, 08/21/2008. Young, Bob, Brunner, Jim, "Why Sonics are leaving Seattle in 10 easy steps", Seattle Times, A1, A12, 11/14/2006. Brunner, Jim, "Sonics argue team's economic impact nil", Seattle Times, B1, B4, 06/20/2008. "Flashback This day in Washington state history 04/21/1962", Seattle Times, B2, 04/21/2008. "On the Move", Seattle Times, E4, 4/21/2008. Allen, Percy, "KeyArena keeps sponsor for 2 years", Seattle Times, B4, 10/07/2008. Brunner, Jim, "Key Arena bill 'really dead'", Seattle Times, B1-B2, 04/23/2009. "Northeast Seattle Library", Seattle Times, 8, 1957-02-17. "Beach house stands on concrete legs", Sunset, Front cover, 04/1967. Treasury of Contemporary Houses, 1954. "Century 21 Revisited: A World Fair Enters the Construction Phase", Western Architect and Engineer, 221: 6, 22-26, 06/1961. "Seafirst Bank Expect Excellence ", West Side Story, 211, 07/01/1987.