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This week's education program at the AHC

Whidden and Lewis and the Maturing of Portland Architecture Saturday, May 15, 201010  a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Members: $13General Public: $18 Pre-registration is strongly suggested

At the turn of the twentieth century, architects William Whidden and Ion Lewis stood at the forefront of design in the Pacific Northwest, bringing new styles and innovations to Portland’s commercial, residential, and public buildings. From the six-story Concord Building to Portland’s City Hall, many of the firm’s buildings are today listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Additionally, their residential designs were so prolific that a 1989 book, Matters of Proportion, focused entirely on the firm’s Portland houses.

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