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Alden B. Dow was an American architect from Midland, Michigan. Rather than pursuing a career in his father’s company, Dow Chemical, he chose architecture and proved to be quite prolific. He designed more than 70 residences, dozens of churches, schools, art centers, and commercial properties. Dow studied with Frank Lloyd Wright in 1934 and opened his own firm in 1934. He was named the architect laureate of Michigan in 1983, shortly before his death.

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