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Minnesota Deaf News.com
This website noted: "During his professional practice, Olof prepared his blueprint plans for 24 residences; 18 store buildings and hotels; two churches; and ten school and institutional buildings" in Faribault, MN. It added: "During World War I, he returned to the Midwest and secured drafting positions in St. Paul and later at Omaha and then returned to Seattle in November, 1918. During his stay in Minnesota, he was hired by Mrs. Margaret Thompson to design a clubhouse for the deaf in memory of her beloved husband, Charles Thompson."
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