Nelsen, Ibsen A.

Nelsen, Ibsen A.

Ibsen A. NelsenFellow | AIA Nelsen, Ibsen A. (1919 – 2001) Ibsen Andreas Nelsen was a prominent Seattle-based architect and influential figure in American art and architecture. He was born in Ruskin, Nebraska in 1919 to a Danish immigrant father who worked as a...
Nelsen, Silas E.

Nelsen, Silas E.

Silas E. Nelsen Nelsen, Silas E. (1894 – 1987) Born in Stoten, Wisconsin in 1894, Silas Edward Nelsen attended high school in Portland, Oregon.  With no formal architectural training, reportedly he walked into the offices of Heath, Gove and Bell (one of the...
Morse, John M.

Morse, John M.

John M. MorseFellow | AIA Morse, John M. (1911 – 2000) Born in Brookline, Massachusetts on August 23, 1911, John Moore “Jack” Morse had a distinguished sixty-plus year career designing many well recognized public and educational buildings in the Seattle area....
Alden, N. Sue

Alden, N. Sue

N. Sue Aldenfellow | aia Alden, N. Sue (1928 – ) As a managing associate in one of the largest architectural firms in the nation, Naramore, Bain, Brady & Johanson (NBBJ), N. Sue Alden has served as a positive role model to aspiring female architecture...
Lane, Eugenia M.

Lane, Eugenia M.

EUGENIA M. LANE Lane, Eugenia M. (1906 – 1967) Born in Elwood, Indiana on April 3, 1906, the details of Eugenia M. Lane’s early life are unknown. Initially trained as a stenographer at Marion Business College in Jonesboro, Indiana, Lane gradually moved west and...

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