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American Institute of Architects, Seattle Chapter
"George Bartholick's architectural studies began at the University of Washington and continued until the interruption of World War II in 1939. He received the Bachelor of Architecture in 1950 from the University of Oregon. Beginning in 1993, he served as a Instructor in Architectural Design and Planning at the University of Guanajuato, Mexico. His best-known work in Seattle, as proprietor for nearly four decades of G. R. Bartholick Architect and Planner, included major restoration projects at the Pike Place Market during the late 1970s and the 1980s."
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