Forest Hills Expansion, Uplands’ Beginnings A few miles from the iron deposits discovered by Matthew Patton, iron was found on a mountain eventually named after the ore it held. Today’s Iron Mountain was part of Henry Prosser’s Donation Land Claim. In the 1860s, about a decade after establishing his Donation Land Claim, Prosser abandoned his wife and family. In the divorce … [Read more...] about 1926 Forest Hills Expansion
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 Architects: Ernest Fanning Tucker, Jr.