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Name:    Garden, Edward Gordon
Profession:  Architect
Born/Started:    1871
Died/Ended:    1924
Description:    Born in Toronto, Canada, Edward G. Garden was educated at Bishop´s College School in Quebec. Moving to Minneapolis following his father´s death, Garden began working for William Channing in 1889, and later for the Boston firm Sheply, Rutan & Coolidge in 1893. Garden located in St. Louis about 1900 where he joined the Mauran and Russell firm where he continued until 1909. At that time he went into business for himself designing many private residences such as the George O. Carpenter house in 1906; the W.C. Fordyce house in 1907; and his own house in 1908 at 23 Windermere Place.

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