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Name:    Jamison, James P.
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1867
Died/Ended:    1941
Description:    Born in Falkirk, Scotland, and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1884, James P. Jamison came to St. Louis in 1900. He was a representative for Cope and Stewardson, an architectural firm of Philadelphia. Following the deaths of both Cope and Stewardson, Jamison founded his own firm in 1912 in St. Louis at which time he moved his family to St. Louis. While employed by Cope and Stewardson, Jamison designed plans for the building on Washington University campus. Residential designs included his first commission of the Isaac H. Lionberger house (1905), the David K. Catlin house (1905-06), the Marion Lionberger house (1910) and the Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr. house (1914).

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