Trelle Morrow, B.A., B. Arch. is a Retired Member of the Architectural Institute of B.C. Mr. Morrow was a graduate of the UBC School of Architecture and established a practice in Prince George in 1956 and worked on many local and northern projects until he retired in 1997.
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Includes an audiocassette and a CD copy of an interview conducted by Kent Sedgwick with Trelle Morrow on the history of architectural design in Prince George.
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This interview was the basis for J. Kent Sedgwick's recent publication: “Reflections on Architects and Architecture in Prince George 1950-2000” published by the College of New Caledonia (2007)