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Originally published in the South County Journal, January 27, 2001

Contract to restore Seattle landmark could go to Seidelhuber Iron and Brass

By Dean A. Radford
Journal Reporter

Terry Seaman, vice-president of Seidelhuber Iron and Brass Works and a Hobart resident, checks out pieces of the fallen cast iron pergola in Pioneer Square. Seaman, who with his wife, Heidi Seidelhuber, will help with the reconstruction, has taken hundreds of photos to help with the reconstruction. (Patrick Hagerty/Journal)

Terry Seaman, vice-president of Seidelhuber Iron and Brass Works and a Hobart resident, checks out pieces of the fallen cast iron pergola in Pioneer Square. Seaman, who with his wife, Heidi Seidelhuber, will help with the reconstruction, has taken hundreds of photos to help with the reconstruction. (Patrick Hagerty/Journal)

SEATTLE – One of Seattle’s most-hallowed landmarks, the pergola in Pioneer Square, was shored up and its unusable parts tossed in a dumpster yesterday in preparation for the pergola’s eventual restoration.

Terry Seaman of Hobart, a longtime citizen activist in the Maple Valley area, and his wife, Heidi Seidelhuber, supervised the work.

The family’s business, Seidelhuber Iron and Brass Works, has a $250,000 contract to remove the pergola, strip the lead paint and eventually move it to the company’s south Seattle plant. (more…)

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