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Lutah Maria Riggs, George Washington Smith

Active 1918-1930

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G.W. Smith worked primarily in and around Santa Barbara, CA for 12 years, and was noted for his sophisticated essays in the Spanish Colonial Revival Style.

PCAD id: 438


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