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AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT'S JOHN GRAHAM FIGHTS EXTRADITION TO U.S.A. ON MURDER CHARGE
Fighting extradition on a 30-year-old murder charge one time American Indian Movement (AIM) activist John Graham from the Yukon, is followed by supporters as he leaves B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, February 21, 2005. Though supreme court justice Elizabeth Bennett found insufficient grounds to refuse Graham's extradition to South Dakota, USA, where he is charged with the murder of AIM activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, she did allow him to remain free on bail until a decision by Canada's federal justice minister. (UPI Photo / Heinz Ruckemann)
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John Graham & Company, or John Graham & Associates is the name of an architectural firm, founded by John Graham, which originated in Seattle, Washington, in 1900. The firm was merged into the DLR Group on May 19, 1986, and the name saw full deletion in 1998.

John Graham & Company is responsible for the architecture of over 30 metropolitan structures, including two complexes. Included are The Space Needle, the Chase Tower of Rochester, New York, and the South Tower of The Westin Seattle.

John Graham was born in Liverpool, England. First visiting Seattle in 1896, he immigrated to the United States in 1900, starting an architectural practice in Seattle. As architect for the Ford Motor Company, he designed more than 30 of Ford's assembley plants. He designed Seattle's Frederick & Nelson store (now Nordstrom's) in 1916.

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