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wow...what a gorgeous house...in a neighborhood of gorgeous houses!


I admire that almost a century old house. Still looks beautiful and elegant. I love looking at those pictures.

Robert Mercer

Really one of the most interesting houses around. It's a great mystery who the architect was. It has lots of Jacobberger suggestions---but none of the usual Jacobberger sources identify it. It appeared in the Oregonian several times when it was first built--but, unfortunately, no architect was cited. I've always seen the name as Stewart. The September 7, 1913 Oregonian has a photo of the house with a slight caption description. C.W. Stewart also had the house behind it on 14th built at the same time. A picture of that house was in the September 14, 1913 Oregonian (both times in the real estate section)

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