Some people say I live in the past, but I say the past lives in me.Richard Sundeleaf Richard Wilhelm Sundeleaf (1900-1987) is considered one of Oregon’s most significant, versatile, and prolific architects. His career spanned from the 1920s to the 1980s and his portfolio spans some 3,000 projects. Sundeleaf was a Portland native and a 1923 graduate of the University of … [Read more...] about Sundeleaf, Richard W.
I have been living in Lake Oswego's newest dedicated landmark, the Bondell House, for two weeks now and am loving every minute. of it (As soon as I FINALLY unpack all the moving boxes I'm sure I will love it even more!). I had been keeping my eyes out for a one story, preferably historic, house ever since a serious traffic accident left me without total mobility. My 3 level … [Read more...] about Life in the Latest LO Landmark
The historic Carman House, the oldest house in Lake Oswego, is to be donated to the Lake Oswego Preservation Society. The Wilmont family, descendants of the original owners, are partnering with the Lake Oswego Preservation Society to preserve the Carman House and tell the important story of the Carman Family. The Carman House is the only house left in Lake Oswego that … [Read more...] about Historic Carman House to be Donated to LOPS
Lake View Villas Expansion, Palisades’ and Blue Heron’s Beginnings Helen Smith recalled, “We used to get in a boat and go up Blue Heron Creek and take a lunch. The spring that’s running into the creek is still there, just like it was when we were there, and it’s still fifty-two degrees the year ‘round.” It took an extensive advertising campaign to convince potential buyers … [Read more...] about 1926 Lake View Villas Expansion
Methodist Episcopal ChurchCirca 1894/1929Location: 156 Greenwood Rd Materials Cultural Resources Inventory Field Form 1988-1989Historic Resource Survey Form 2015 … [Read more...] about Methodist Episcopal Church