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Male, US, born 1912-02-20, died 1987-12-29

Associated with the firms network

Carlson, Eley, Grevstad and Peterson, Architects; Carlson, Eley, and Grevstad, Architects

Professional History


Partner, Carlson, Eley, Grevstad and Peterson, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1946-1949.

Partner, Carlson, Eley and Grevstad, Architects, Seattle, WA, 1950-;

Professional Activities

Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA), Seattle Chapter.

Secretary, AIA, Seattle Chapter, 1964-1965.



B.Arch., University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1935.



In 1920 and 1930, the family lived at 7206 Sycamore Avenue, Seattle, WA, a dwelling they owned; in 1930, the house had an approximate value of $4,000. This house was near the Ballard Neighborhood of Seattle, at this time home to many Swedish immigrants.

His last residence was in the 98004 zip code of Bellevue, WA.


His father was Albin Carlson (born c. 1887 in Sweden), an engineer in a steam plant (1920) who came to the U.S. c. 1903 and was naturalized c. 1914. In 1930, he worked as a school custodian, where he also got Paul a janitorial position. His mother was Anna Carlson, also Swedish, who immigrated and was naturalized at the same time as her husband. In 1930, Anna worked as a machine operator in a factory. In 1920, the family consisted of three children, Paul, the eldest, and two sisters, Jane (born c. 1914 in WA) and Ruth (born c. 09/1918 in WA);

Biographical Notes

SSN: 536-01-4929.

PCAD id: 2643