Evans, Warner & Bigger represents one of several firms associated with Edmund C. Evans. In this case, Evans's partnership with John I. Bright had dissolved; and he joined the young firm of Bigger & Warner when those partners relocated from Seattle, WA. Evans, Warner & Bigger continued until 1912, when Frederick T. Bigger moved to Pittsburgh. James S. Warner and Edmund C. Evans then replaced Bigger with H. Bartol Register and founded the successor firm of Evans, Warner & Register.
In addition to a number of residences designed for the suburbs of Philadelphia, Evans, Warner & Bigger were responsible for an addition to the Church of the Redeemer (1910-11) in Bryn Mawr, PA, originally designed by Charles M. Burns.
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