Winslow and Bigelow was a partnership of Walter Thacher Winslow and Henry Forbes Bigelow, formed in about 1901. It was the successor to Winslow, Wetherell, and Bigelow, formed after George Homans Wetherell left the firm.
Walter Winslow died in January of 1909.
In February of 1909, Philip Wadsworth (who had been a draftsman in the office since 1907) became Henry Bigelow’s partner and the firm became Bigelow and Wadsworth.
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