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An exhaustive collection of biographical sketches of architects who practiced in Oregon during the 19th and 20th centuries. Profiled are the men and women who designed the town-building structures of the frontier 1800s, the civic landmarks of the turn of the century and the precednt-setting modern office towers of the mid-twentieth century.Architects of Oregon contains the biographies of over 650 designers including such renowned practitioners as A.E. Doyle, Pietro Belluschi, Wade Pipes, John Yeon, and others whose work makes up the fabric of Oregon's cities.