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Mrs. Terrance W. McCosker House, 1909
Purcell and Feick
4615 Lake Harriet Boulevard, Minneapolis

Lyman E. Wakefield House, 1911
Purcell, Feick, and Elmslie
4700 Fremont Avenue South, Minneapolis

Harold E. Hineline House, 1910
Purcell, Feick, and Elmslie
4920 Dupont Avenue South, Minneapolis

These three houses were designed in the firm's early years -- Purcell and Feick established their firm in 1908 and were joined by Elmslie in 1910. The larger size and close proximity of the homes to Lake Harriet indicate the relative wealth and progressive taste of the firm's clientele prior to World War I. next stop >

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