Tuesday, May 01, 2007

This stately 1906 Georgian Revival, locally known as the "White House" features a two story portico with square columns. It displays dentil molding, which resembles teeth, in the lower part of the cornice. Built for salesman Cecil Cathey and his wife Myrtle, it was designed by A. C. Ewart, a well-known Oregon architect who started his practice in Corvallis and later moved to Portland.

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