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Edwin Walker Houghton, Charles Willard Saunders

Active 1889-1891

Practiced located in Seattle, WA; the practice had formed by 09/1889. Saunders probably met the Englishman Houghton while the two men worked in Pasadena, CA, c. 1885-1889. Work generated by the Great Seattle Fire of 06/06/1889 probably drew both men northward to Seattle.

PCAD id: 1769


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