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Name:    Hellmuth, George W.
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1870
Died/Ended:    1955
Description:    George W. Hellmuth received his formal training and education from the Missouri School of Mines. He formed a partnership with Louis Spiering, a St. Louis native. Hellmuth designed St. Louis residences within Hortense Place, such as the R.E.M. Bain house (1909). He designed the International Fur Exchange Building (1920), and the Sanitol Chemical Company Building.

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