Albert Gambell was a self-employed designer and homebuilder in the Portland area and is listed as such in the Portland directory intermittently from 1923 to 1956. Very few buildings designed by Gambell have been identified. Gambell died in 1971 at the age of 70. 1930Smith HouseLocation: LakewoodDisposition: ExtantAlterations: MajorPhotos: Courtesy of John Hedlund … [Read more...] about Architects: Albert Gambell
Morris H. Whitehouse founded an architectural firm in Portland in 1907. This firm, in conjunction with partners and successors, operated for 80 years. It was the longest lived architectural firm in Oregon. There is only one known building that Whitehouse designed in Lake Oswego. With various partners, Whitehouse designed Portland’s University Club, the Mulnomah Athletic … [Read more...] about Architects: Morris Homans Whitehouse
Luther Lee Dougan was a prominent architect in Portland for over 50 years. There is only one known extant building that he designed in Lake Oswego. In partnership with Chester A. Houghtaling, the firm designed many important buildings including Portland’s Medical-Dental building, the Studio building, and the Eastern Outfitting store. Dougan died in Palos Verde Estates, … [Read more...] about Architects: Luther Lee Dougan
Thayne Johnstone Logan worked for over 20 years with his partner, Robert Barrett, and the firm name was Barrett & Logan. John Murtaugh was taken into the firm in 1952 and the name was changed to Barrett, Logan & Murtaugh. After Barrett’s death in 1953, the firm became Logan & Murtaugh. This firm continued until Logan retired in 1966. (Our) Lady of the Lake … [Read more...] about Architects: Logan & Murtaugh
John Davis Annand, Sr. practiced in the Portland area for over 50 years. Only one structure in Lake Oswego has been identified as his work. Annand’s firm designed numerous high schools and secondary schools throughout Oregon as well as the School of Architecture and Theater buildings at the University of Oregon. Annand died in 1994 at the age of 86. 1937Lake Oswego … [Read more...] about Architects: John Davis Annand, Sr.