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Peter D. Paul
Peter D. Paul

Peter D. Paul, a former Baltimore architect whose versatility resulted in commissions that ranged from residential to educational and institutional projects, died May 9 of heart failure at Terwilliger Plaza, a Portland, Ore., senior citizen and retirement community. The former Roland Park resident was 82. "Pete was extraordinarily capable, and he loved to draw and he could put anything together and make it interesting," said Fred Fishback, an Annapolis architect who had worked with Mr. Paul at the architectural firm RTKL during the mid-1950s. The son of Bernard H. Paul and Edith Rogers Paul, the legendary puppeteers who created "Paul's Puppets" that aired on...

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