Whidden & Lewis
Whidden & Lewis was a prominent architectural firm based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States, around the beginning of the 20th century, formed by William M. Whidden and Ion Lewis. The partnership was established in 1889. Their residential buildings were mostly in the Colonial Revival style, while their commercial buildings were primarily in the 20th-century classical style. The commercial buildings often featured brick, along with terra cotta ornamentation. Many of their buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
NRHP works in Portland
- Charles F. Adams House
- Ayer–Shea House
- Bates–Seller House
- Philip Buehner House
- Walter F. Burrell House
- George Earle Chamberlain House
- Concord Building, 1891
- Charles Crook House
- Failing Office Building, 1913
- Gilbert Building
- Grand Stable and Carriage Building
- Hamilton Building, 1892–1893
- Richard Koehler House, contributing Alphabet Historic District
- William and Annie MacMaster House
- Mohawk Building
- Multnomah County Courthouse, 1911/1914
- New Imperial Hotel
- Portland City Hall, 1895
- Postal Building, 1900
- Milton W. Smith House
- Stevens Building
- Trevett–Nunn House
- Whidden–Kerr House and Garden
- Isam White House
- Wilcox Building
- Marlitt, Richard. Matters of Proportion: The Portland Residential Architecture of Whidden & Lewis. Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, 1989.
- Spencer-Hartle, Brandon. "Whidden and Lewis, architects". The Oregon Encyclopedia.
- "National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form: Failing Building" (PDF). February 27, 2007. Retrieved 2008-04-26.
- "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Alphabet Historic District" (PDF).
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