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Stekel, Peter. 2006. Where Has All the Carbon Gone? Paddlesports. Spring: 4-7.

Stekel, Peter. 2000. Keeping Seattle Wired for 25 Years. The University Herald Almanac. P.8.

Stekel, Peter. 2000. Cayce and Gain: 20 years of Customer Service. Homes with History. May:15.

Stekel, Peter. 1997. Seattle Slides Lead to Stringent Codes and Limits on Development. Architectural Record. 185(9):38.

Stekel, Peter. 1997. The Cost of Living in Seattle. Seattle, the Magazine of the Pacific Northwest. 6(1):24-29.

Stekel, Peter. 1994. Putting Opportunity to Bed. Oregon Business. 17(10):82-86.

Stekel, Peter. 1994. Werner Furrer, Jr.: Somehow, I Don't Feel Like a Businessman. Paddler Magazine. 14(3):28.

 

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