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Hemingway, Peter George

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Hemingway, Peter George

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1929-1995

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Canadian architect. Peter Hemingway was born in Minster, England in 1929. He was trained at an art school in Kent, then came to Canada in the 1950s in response to a Government of Alberta advertisement aimed at recruiting architects. After working at the Alberta Department of Public Works, he entered into a partnership with Charles Laubenthal before taking over as sole proprietor. He died in May 1995. Awards: 2 Massey medals.

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