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April 21, 2021

Program focuses on interwar architecture

Photo courtesy of The Architect, Albert and Alda Jourdan [enlarge]
The 17th floor of the Northern Life Building, called Seattle’s first Art Deco building, in 1929.

Historic Seattle will offer a free virtual program on April 28 titled “Art Deco to Modernism: Interwar Architecture in Seattle” on the leading figures in the development of regional architecture and interiors during the Jazz Age.

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