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St. Paul, MN, and New York architects, Reed & Stem specialized in the design of train stations. The highlight of their train design was probably the collaboration with Warren & Wetmore that produced New York's Grand Central Station (1903-13). Reed & Stem often exhibited in the T-Square Club/Philadelphia Chapter AIA annual shows of architectural work during the early twentieth century. The office flourished until Charles A. Reed's death in 1911, but Allen H. Stem continued to practice in St. Paul until his retirement in 1920.
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