Pacific Coast Architecture Database (PCAD)

Partners

Albertson, Wilson and Richardson, Architects

ID: 1871
Partnership Name: Albertson, Wilson and Richardson, Architects
Position Title: Partnership
Firm Partners: Albertson, Abraham
Wilson, Joseph Wade
Richardson, Paul David
Dates: 1924-1939
Notes: Headquartered in Seattle, WA; the firm was best known for the Northern Life Tower in Downtown Seattle, WA. Albertson was senior partner of the firm, being six years older than Wilson and 16 years older than Richardson. According to historian, Thomas Veith, the firm had formed in the period c. 1917-1920, but Wilson and Richardson were not referred to as "associates" until 1924.
Publications: Johnston, Norman J., "Gowen and Smith Halls", Campus Guide University of Washington, 29-30, 2001.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 124, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, Guide to Architecture in Washington State, 122, 1980.
Woodbridge, Sally, Montgomery, Roger, "St. Jospeh's Catholic Church, 1932", Guide to Architecture in Washington State: An Environmental Perspective, 164-165, 1980.
Kreisman, Lawrence, Historic Preservation in Seattle, 34, 1985.
Upchurch, Michael, "History set in stone", Seattle Times, C1-C2, 07/22/2008.
Veith, Thomas, "Albertson, Wilson, and Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 164, 1994.
Viladas, Pilar, "Albertson, Wilson, and Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 164, 1994.
Veith, Thomas, "Albertson, Wilson, and Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 165, 1994.
Veith, Thomas, "Albertson, Wilson, and Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 165, 1994.
Veith, Thomas, "Albertson, Wilson, and Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 167, 1994.
Veith, Thomas, "Albertson, Wilson, and Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 166-167, 1994.
Arena Building, Downtown, Seattle, WA, "Albertson, Wilson & Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 163, 1994.
Veith, Thomas, "Albertson, Wilson & Richardson", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 163, 1994.
Andersen, Dennis A., "Edoard Frere Champney", Shaping Seattle Architecture, 135, 164, 1994.
"The New Souvenir Tower Policy", Town Crier, XXIII: 50, 86, 12/15/1928.
"Stained Glass: An Ancient Art", Town Crier, XXIII: 50, 52, 55, 12/15/1928.