Odd Fellows Hall, Circa 1890 Location: 295 Durham Street From Lake Oswego LandmarksThe Odd Fellows Hall holds a significant place in Lake Oswego history as a place of social and public gatherings. Upon completion, the hall was dedicated with a meeting followed by a dinner and ball. The Odd Fellows Hall exemplifies the Italianate style featuring a prominent … [Read more...] about Odd Fellows Hall
George L. and Martha S.Lindahl House, Circa 1931 (Formerly known as Clara Weinstein House)National Register of Historic Places & City of Lake Oswego Landmark Roscoe Hemenway, Architect From Lake Oswego LandmarksThe home has many of the character-defining features of the Norman Farmhouse style with its asymmetrical plan, conical turret, stucco and brick siding, lattice … [Read more...] about George L. and Martha S. Lindahl House
Black House, Circa 1933Location: 1125 Maple St.Architect: Richard SundeleafNational Register of Historic PlacesLake Oswego Landmarks Dr. Walter Black House - 1933 National Register of Historic Places & City of Lake Oswego Landmark Richard Sundeleaf, Architect - Demolition of East Facade for Major Addition Approved by the City of Lake Oswego Development Review … [Read more...] about Black House 1933
Lake Oswego Hunt 1936 National Register of Historic Places & City of Lake Oswego Landmark - Potential Development Risk … [Read more...] about Lake Oswego Hunt
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 Annand, John Davis Sr.