Frederick Manson White

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F. Manson White
Born (1854-11-20)November 20, 1854
Derby, England[1]
Died April 23, 1952(1952-04-23) (aged 89)
Portland, Oregon, U.S.[1]
Occupation Architect
Agate Hall at the University of Oregon
Lincoln School Condominiums in Eugene

Frederick Manson White (March 18, 1863 – April 23, 1952),[1] commonly known as F. Manson White, was an American architect based in Portland, Oregon. White was known for his work in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. Among the buildings he helped design, as part of the firm McCaw, Martin and White, or designed as a sole practitioner, are the National Register of Historic Places-listed Imperial Hotel (now the Hotel Vintage Portland), Waldschmidt Hall at the University of Portland, the Dekum Building, the Auditorium and Music Hall, the Sherlock Building, the Flatiron Building (now Ringler's Annex), Woodrow Wilson Junior High School (now Lincoln School Condominiums) and The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts in Eugene,[2] the First Presbyterian Church in Medford (part of the Medford Downtown Historic District), and the Corvallis Hotel in Corvallis.[3][4] White also designed Agate Hall (originally Roosevelt Junior High School and later Condon School) on the campus of the University of Oregon,[5] and the Central Presbyterian Church (aka Old Laurelhurst, or The Bible Church) in Portland.[2][6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Death Takes City Architect". The Oregonian. April 25, 1952. p. 23. 
  2. ^ a b Roth, Leland. "Frederick Manson White". The Oregon Encyclopedia. 
  3. ^ Lockley, Walt. "The Dekum Building and other Richardsonian stonework Portland Oregon". Retrieved 2009-07-27. 
  4. ^ "Site Information: Presbyterian Church". Oregon Historic Sites Database. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Retrieved 2009-07-27. 
  5. ^ "Historic Resource Survey Form: Agate Hall, University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon)". University of Oregon Libraries. Retrieved 2009-07-27. 
  6. ^ Old Laurelhurst Church
  7. ^ University of Oregon Archives

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