Edward H. Teague
Edward H. Teague is the head of the Architecture & Allied Arts Library, University of Oregon. A past president of the Art Libraries Society of North America, he also served as president of the Marion Dean Ross Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians. His publications include World Architecture Index: A Guide to Illustrations (Greenwood Press, 1991) and the award-winning "The Architecture of the University of Oregon" research guide. In 2008, he inaugurated "Building Oregon: Architecture of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest," a digital collection that provides over 20,000 images and documentation about the Pacific Northwest's built environment.
Frederick Manson White (1863-1952)
Portland architect, Frederick Manson White (1863-1952) was responsible for many distinctive commercial, religious, and educational buildings in Oregon that are still in use today. White was born in 1863 in Derby, England, to John T. and Elizabeth White; he immigrated to the United States in 1875. His earliest biography, an entry …
McCaw, Martin, and White Architects
McCaw, Martin & White was a prominent architectural firm active in Portland at the end of the nineteenth century. It was responsible for some of the most substantial Romanesque-style buildings in Oregon, some of which are still extant. William Frederick McCaw, the son of an architect and builder, was born …