Whidden & Lewis

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A 1930 plaque honoring Whidden & Lewis's work, located in Portland City Hall.

Whidden & Lewis was a prominent architectural firm in Portland, Oregon, USA, around the beginning of the 20th century formed by William M. Whidden and Ion Lewis. The partnership was established in 1889.[1] 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).[2]

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