William Gedamke House

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William Gedamke House
Photograph of a house
The Gedamke House in 2008
Location 1304 E. Powell Boulevard
Gresham, Oregon
Coordinates 45°29′52″N 122°25′06″W / 45.497678°N 122.418444°W / 45.497678; -122.418444Coordinates: 45°29′52″N 122°25′06″W / 45.497678°N 122.418444°W / 45.497678; -122.418444
Area 0.42 acres (0.17 ha)[1]
Built ca. 1900
Architect George F. Barber (via pattern book)
Architectural style Queen Anne
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 89001970
Added to NRHP November 13, 1989

The William Gedamke House is a historic residence in Gresham, Oregon, United States. Prominently located near Gresham's original business core, it is one of the finest expressions of the Queen Anne style in the city. It was constructed circa 1900, about the time the first interurban trains reached Gresham from Portland. The design was based on a widely-circulated 1891 mail-order plan book by George F. Barber.[a][1]

The house was adapted for commercial use starting in 1985.[1] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989.[2]

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  1. ^ Specifically, the house was patterned after Design No. 21 in: Barber, George F. (1891), The Cottage Souvenir No. 2: Containing One Hundred and Twenty Original Designs in Cottage and Detail Architecture, Knoxville, Tennessee: S. B. Newman & Co., OCLC 18207839 .

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  1. ^ a b c Christensen, Christina M. (December 15, 1988), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Gedamke, William, House (PDF), retrieved November 15, 2014 .
  2. ^ National Park Service (November 24, 1989), Weekly List of Listed Properties: 11/13/89 through 11/17/89 (PDF), retrieved November 15, 2014 .

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