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Bebb and Gould

American architectural partnership / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bebb and Gould was an American architectural partnership active in Seattle, Washington from 1914 to 1939. Partners Charles Herbert Bebb and Carl Freylinghausen Gould were jointly responsible for the construction of many buildings on the University of Washington's Seattle campus, as well as the Seattle Times Square Building (1914), Everett Public Library, U.S. Marine Hospital (1930–32, now known as Pacific Medical Center), and the Seattle Art Museum building in Volunteer Park (1931–33, now known as the Seattle Asian Art Museum).

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Olympic Hotel in Seattle
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Seattle Asian Art Museum (originally Seattle Art Museum) in Volunteer Park

Several of their buildings are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.[1]

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