Sutton, Whitney and Aandahl Architectural records
Scope and Contents note
Collection comprises architectural renderings and views, including some of Sutton and Whitney's better-known buildings: Emanuel Hospital, Shriners Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, the University of Oregon Medical School, and the Masonic Temple, all in Portland.
- Sutton, Whitney & Aandahl Architects (Organization)
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The architectural firm of Albert Sutton and Harrison Allen Whitney operated in Portland, Oregon from 1912-1950. After 1934 the firm name included Fred Aandahl, who had been a chief draftsman (1919-1923) and Associate (1923-1934). Sutton (1866-1923) was born in Portland, Oregon and educated at the University of California, Berkeley. His architectural career began in Portland, and continued in San Francisco. His partnership with Whitney began in 1912 in Portland, though he lived, first, in Hood River and then in Tacoma, Washington. Whitney (1875- ) was a native of Iowa and educated at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He came to Portland, Oregon, in 1904. When the firm of Sutton, Whitney and Aandahl was dissolved in 1951, Whitney became the senior member of Whitney, Hinson and Jacobsen. Fred Aandahl (1887- ) was born in Norway, and trained there as a draftsman.
0.1 linear feet (78 pieces)
Language of Materials
Sutton, Whitney and Aandahl Architects practiced in Portland, Oregon and San Francisco, California. The collection contains 78 architectural plans.
General Physical Description note
Processing Information note
Collection processed by processing staff, July 1973.
- Aandahl, Fred (Fredrick Smith), 1887-
- Architects -- Oregon -- 20th century Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Architectural Drawings Subject Source: Archiveswest
- Architecture Subject Source: Archiveswest
- Architecture -- Oregon -- Portland -- History -- 20th century -- Designs and plans Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Hospitals -- Designs and plans Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Sutton, Albert, 1866-1923
- University of Oregon
- Whitney, Harrison Allen, 1875-
- Guide to the Sutton, Whitney and Aandahl Architectural Records
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