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David Riley Anderson, Kichio Allen Arai, Walter Reid Bell, Stephen Marshall Dam, Robert Lewis Durham, Aaron David Freed, Lionel Henry Pries, Gerald Franklin Stark

Active 1954-1978

Firm Notes

Durham, Anderson and Freed operated in Seattle, WA, and was led by Robert Durham, the first Seattle architect to become President of the American Institute of Archtiects national organization. During its existence, Durham, Anderson and Freed gained distinction for its churches, particularly.

In 1970, Durham, Anderson and Freed had an office at 1100 Eastlake Avenue East, Seattle.

The Department of Special Collections, University of Washington, Seattle (UW), WA maintains 27.5 linear feet of papers of the firm, 1955-1972. The papers were donated to the UW in 1978.

PCAD id: 1401

1st Baptist Church, Everett, WA
1st United Methodist Church, Renton, WA1959-1960RentonWA
Anchorage Westward Hotel, Anchorage, AK1960AnchorageAK
City of Seattle, Fire Department (SFD), 5th Engine Company, Fourth Station, Waterfront, Seattle, WA1963SeattleWA
City of Seattle, Public Safety Building #2, Downtown, Seattle, WA 1946-1951SeattleWA
Congregation Ezra Bessaroth Synagogue #2, Rainier Valley, Seattle, WA1968-1969SeattleWA
Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Saint Elizabeth's Episcopal Church, Burien, WA1955-1956BurienWA
Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Saint John's Church #1, Kirkland, WA1954KirklandWA
Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Saint John's Episcopal Church #1, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Saint John's Episcopal Church, Parish House, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Evergreen State College, Evans, Daniel J., Library, Olympia, CA1971OlympiaWA
Evergreen State College, Master Plan, Olympia, WA1968OlympiaWA
Faith Lutheran Church, Bellingham, WA1958-1959BellinghamWA
Fauntleroy Community Church, West Seattle, Seattle, WA1914SeattleWA
Lake Washington Methodist Church, South Rose Hill, Kirkland, WA1961-1962KirklandWA
Queen Anne Lutheran Church, Queen Anne, Seattle, WA1958-1959SeattleWA
Saint James Presbyterian Church, Bellingham, WA1957BellinghamWA
Seattle 1st National Bank, Incorporated, Branch, 525 South Jackson Street, International District, Seattle, WASeattleWA
Seattle World's Fair, Monorail Line, Terminal #1, Westlake Plaza, Downtown, Seattle, WA 1961-1962SeattleWA
Washington Congregational Christian Conference, Horizon House Project, First Hill, Seattle, WA1960SeattleWA
West Seattle 1st Lutheran Church, West Seattle, WA1950SeattleWA
Westerner Tract House, Burien, WA1954BurienWA