George Blum

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George Blum (1870–1928) born in France and raised in the United States. He later returned with his brother, Edward Blum to France and studied at the famed École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.[1] Afterwards again with his brother, they formed a successful architectural firm - George & Edward Blum - in New York City during the early 20th century designing some of New York City's most elegant and creative buildings.[2]

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  1. ^ Gray, Christopher. "Streetscapes/The Blum Apartment Houses; Deft, Nonconformist Touches, Many Since Vanished", New York Times, 17 October 1993. Retrieved 3 April 2007.
  2. ^ Dolkart, Andrew; Tunick, Susan (1993), George & Edward Blum: Texture and Design in New York Apartment House Architecture, New York: The Friends of Terra Cotta Press, p. 2, ISBN 9780963606105