Herman Brookman

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Herman S. Brookman (July 2, 1891 — November 6, 1973)[1] was an architect in Portland, Oregon, United States.

Born in New York,[2] Brookman received early training in the office of society architect Harrie T. Lindeberg.[3] Brookman came to Oregon in 1923 at the request of client Lloyd Frank, and spent the rest of his career there before retiring to California. Noted Portland architect John Yeon trained in his office.[4] The 1926 Bitar Mansion designed by Brookman was put up for sale in 2006.[5]

Work[edit]

Brookman's work (in Portland, unless otherwise noted) includes:[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Herman Brookman photographs, c. 1923-1940s.". University of Oregon Libraries. Retrieved February 3, 2011. 
  2. ^ https://digital.lib.washington.edu/architect/architects/2221/
  3. ^ Space, style, and structure: building in Northwest America, Volume 2, by Thomas Vaughn, page 481
  4. ^ John Yeon (1910-1994) The Oregon Encyclopedia
  5. ^ Mediterranean Masterpiece; Piece of history for sale in Laurelhurst January 22, 2006 The Oregonian (hosted as part of real estate ad)
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ https://digital.lib.washington.edu/architect/structures/13069/

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