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George Grant Elmslie

George Grant Elmslie 
(February 20, 1869 – April 23, 1952) was an American, Prairie School architect whose work is mostly found in the Midwestern United States.

He worked with Louis Sullivan and later with William Gray Purcell as a partner in the firm Purcell & Elmslie.


Architectural Artifacts has one of the largest collections of cast terra cotta pieces designed by Elmslie, in the United States. A complete inventory is being taken, please add your name to our list, we’ll send you a copy when it’s complete. request Elmslie list

This vast collection from the schools in Hammond Indiana is for sale in pieces or larger sets. Architects and Landscapers should know of this rare availability and make use of this reserve. 

Cast terracotta depicting an organic motif designed by George Grant Elmslie
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