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C. E. Conrad, John Graham Sr., David John Myers

Active 1905-1910

Firm Notes

Graham and Myers operated in Seattle, WA. On 08/22/1905, a Seattle Times classified ad appeared on p. 14 indicating that Graham and Myers maintained offices in Rooms 320-321 in the Globe Building. (L.R. Stradley and Company's Seattle Business Directory [1905], [p. 7], listed Graham and Myers in Room #320 of the Globe Building.)

The Seattle City Directory, 1907, (p. 513), indicated that Graham and Myers occupied Rooms #905-908 in the Lowman Building, constructed in 1902. A Seattle Daily Times classified ad appeared on 06/27/1907, p. 19, that listed the firm's office in Room #907 of the Lowman Building. (See Graham and Myers classified ad,Seattle Daily Times, 0627/1907, p. 19.)

A note in the Western Architect reported on the dissolution of the firm in 1910:“The firm of Graham& Myers, architects, having been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. David J. Myers begs to announce that he will continue the practice of architecture at 721-722 Central building, Seattle.” (See(See “News from Architects,” Western Architect, v.15-16, 1910, p. V.)

PCAD id: 1890