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Seattle Public Library, Northeast Branch Seattle Public Library, Northeast Branch Seattle Public Library, Northeast Branch Seattle Public Library, Northeast Branch Seattle Public Library, Northeast Branch Seattle Public Library, Northgate Branch Seattle Public Library, University Branch, Seattle, c. 2007; from the Pacific Coast Architecture Database, photo by Alan Michelson Seattle Public Library, Yesler, Henry, Branch Seattle Public Library, Yesler, Henry, Branch Seattle Public Schools, University Heights Elementary School, Seattle, WA Seattle Public Schools, University Heights Elementary School, Seattle, WA Seattle Public Schools, University Heights Elementary School, Seattle, WA Seattle Public Schools, University Heights Elementary School, Seattle, WA Seattle Repertory Playhouse, University District, Seattle, WA Seattle Repertory Playhouse, University District, Seattle, WA Seattle Symphony Benaroya Concert Hall, Seattle Seattle Symphony Benaroya Concert Hall, Seattle Seattle Symphony Benaroya Concert Hall, Seattle Seattle Times advertisement for the opening of the Toklas, Singerman and Company Store in the Lumber Exchange, 03/01/1903; from the Seattle Times, 03/01/1903, p. 6 Seattle Yacht Club #2, Seattle, WA Second and main floor plans of the Women's Physical Education Building, Seattle, WA, 1926. From the University of Washington, Facilities and Engineering Services Division, Sheet #103 Second-floor plan of Lincoln High School, Tacoma, 1914; from "New School Buildings in Tacoma," American School Board Journal, vol. 48, no. 1, 01/1914, p. 23 Second floor plan of the Girls' High School, San Francisco, 1870; from Biennial Report of the Treasurer of California for the Nineteenth and Twentieth Fiscal Years, July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1869. [Sacramento: D.W. Gelwicks, State Printer, 1870], p. 137 Second floor plan of the Guy and Alice Cochran House, Los Angeles, 1908; "A Los Angeles House," House Beautiful, vol. XXIV, no. 1, 06/1908, p. 2 Second floor plan of the University Club of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, 1922. From Irving F. Morrow, "A Notable Architectural Achievement--The University Club of Los Angeles," Architect and Engineer, vol. LXXII, no. 1, 01/1923, p. 52
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