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"B. Dudley Stuart was born in London and lived in Edmonton and Vancouver, B.C., before moving to Seattle in 1918. In Seattle he formed a partnership with A. Wheatley to create the architectural firm of Stuart & Wheatley. Responsible for designing many of Seattle's historic hotels, apartment buildings, commercial buildings, and private residences during the 1920s and 1930s, the firm's most notable work included the Exeter House and the Mayflower Park Hotel (originally the Bergonian). In 1941, Stuart established a partnership with Robert L. Durham, and their firm also designed many buildings in the Seattle area. At age 86, Stuart retired due to failing eyesight. He died in Seattle at age 92."
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