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Deady Hall

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Deady Hall
Eugene

The first and only building on the U of O campus for over 10 years, it was re-named Deady Hall in 1893 in honor of prominent jurist Matthew Deady (1824-1893). The building is about to be re-named again due to the shifting tides of contemporary culture.

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

By | Ellis Lawrence, Eugene | No Comments

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Eugene

Together with the University Library, these two buildings designed by Ellis Lawrence, represent the finest expression of Early Modern architecture in a university setting. Lawrence was simultaneously the State Architect of Oregon and the first dean of the newly created School of Architecture and Allied Arts.

The Knight Library

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The Knight Library
Eugene

Anchoring the south end of the Quad on the University of Oregon campus, this design by Ellis Lawrence shows a blend of Art Deco with modernized Lombardy and Classical elements. The interior also displays a strong Arts and Crafts aesthetic.

The Pink Church

By | Oregon City, Willard Tobey | No Comments

The Pink Church
Oregon City

An elegant and highly visible Gothic Revival auditorium style church designed by Portland-based architect Willard Tobey. George Atkinson (1819-1889) was a Congregational missionary to the Oregon Country and advocate for public education. This church features a fine collection of stained glass windows by the Povey Brothers.