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Canadian architect. Gordon Sinclair Adamson was born in Orangeville, Ontario, May 19, 1904. He received his B. Arch. from the University of Toronto in 1928. He married Bessie Arlene Graham in 1934. They have one daughter. After working for Sproatt & Roll, Mathers & Haldenby, Edwin Kay Ltd., and Shell Oil Co., he became principal in the firm of Adamson & Morgan in 1934. In 1946 the firm became Gordon Adamson & Associates. He was the president of the Ontario Association of Architects in 1953.

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