George Morrison Post practiced for 40 years. When Oregon began licensing architects in 1919, Post became the first executive secretary of the Board of Architect Examiners. There is only one known building in Lake Oswego that Post designed. Post died in Portland in 1966 at the age of 82. 1931Boutwell HouseLocation: 920 Fairway RoadDisposition: ExtantAlterations: … [Read more...] about Post, George Morrison
Ernest Fanning Tucker, Jr. practiced, in conjunction with various partners, in Portland for 35 years. Most significant were his residential designs that ranged stylistically from traditional to early modern designs. Tucker died in Portland in 1976 at the age of 76. 1928Wood HouseDisposition: ExtantAlterations: YesPhoto courtesy of Mignon Ervin 1930Colin and … [Read more...] about Tucker, Ernest Fanning Jr.
Very little is known about this architectural firm or its partners. 1926Dew HouseLocation: 210 Chandler PlaceDisposition: ExtantCity of Lake Oswego LandmarkNote: The design of the home, in part, was a replica of Noel Aylman Dew’s family house in England. 1932Barrett House (Alber House) No photoLocation: LakewoodDisposition: Demolished | R E T U R N T O A R C … [Read more...] about Drake, Wyman & Voss
Charles Walter Ertz, Chas.W. Ertz, Co., and Ertz, Burns & Co. (Thomas B. Burns) Charles W. Ertz practiced architecture in the Portland area for almost 25 years. Ertz also ran a separate construction company named Chas. W. Ertz, Co. He designed a summer cottage for himself and his own residence, both located on Oswego Lake. His sister, Cecelia Margaret Ertz Beckner, also … [Read more...] about Ertz, Charles Walter