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Roy Chester Stanley, Arden Croco Steinhart

Active 1921-1936

Firm Notes

During his first 15 years of practice, from 1921 until 1936, Stanley maintained an office in the Lumber Exchange Building in Seattle, WA. As the name implies, this building contained the offices of many local lumber firms. It is possible that it was through his proximity to lumbermen, that Stanley met Arden C. Steinhart, whose father owned a lumber business by the early 1930s. Stanley moved from the Lumber Exchange Building in 1937 to the Medical Arts Building in Seattle, when he began a partnership with Wiliam Jones.

PCAD id: 3469