Partner T.H. Gibby Robsjohn-Gibbings

Queer Places:
Atlantis Hotel, Metropoleos, Next to the Orthodox Cathedral &, the Museum, Thira 847 00, Greece
Athens First Cemetery, Logginou 3, Athina 116 36, Greece

Carlton Wade Pullin (March 20, 1921 - September, 1983) was a longtime associate of T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings and co-author of "The Furniture of Classical Greece".

Carlton Pullin was born in Caesar, Texas, the son of Burton Maley Pullin (1892–1972) and Fay S. Sims (1898–1983). In the 1940s he lived in Austin, Texas, and was a managing editor of the Texas Hotel Review. He enlisted and became a bombardier cadet at Midland Army Air Field.

Sometime after WWII, Pullin joined T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings in New York working for Robsjohn-Gibbings, Ltd., a famed designing and decoration firm. In 1964 the moved the firm to Athens, Greece. At the time of the move, Robsjohn-Gibbings, Ltd. had already received world-wide recognition for their furniture that was inspired by early Grecian designs. Their apartment in Athens was featured in AD 1974.

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