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George Grant Elmslie


Prairie College architect who was simply somebody in the company, Purcell & Elmslie. Designed several banks, train channels, and commercial structures, mainly in the Midwestern U.S. His several partnerships led him to collaborate with such notables as Hermann V. von Holst, William Eugene Drummond, and William L. Steele. He and his company had been second to Frank Lloyd Wright in commissions received. He was called a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects in 1947. He lied about his age group to be able to get into the U.S. from Scotland. He became a member of his dad, John Elmslie, in Chicago after departing Scotland being a guy. He proved helpful for Louis Sullivan in the first 1900s.

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Date Of Birth February 20, 1869
Died April 23, 1952, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Place Of Birth Scotland
Profession Architect
Education Cornell University
Nationality American
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Shootdown1988TV MovieKasmin (as George Grant)
Scarecrow and Mrs. King1987TV SeriesMinsk
St. Elsewhere1986TV SeriesAndrei Molokov
Who's the Boss?1986TV SeriesSergei
KGB: The Secret War1985Brustov
The Falcon and the Snowman1985Karpov
Airwolf1985TV SeriesTorgovitch

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