Building Oregon

Jacobberger, Joseph, Country House (Portland, Oregon)

Title
Jacobberger, Joseph, Country House (Portland, Oregon)
LC Subject
Architecture, American Architecture--United States
Alternative
Joseph Jacobberger Country House (Portland, Oregon)
Creator
Jacobberger, Joseph
Photographer
Mark and Valerie Smith
Creator Display
Joseph Jacobberger (architect, 1867-1930)
Description
This image is included in Building Oregon: Architecture of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest, a digital collection which provides documentation about the architectural heritage of the Pacific Northwest.
View
National Register of Historic Places Registration Form. Prepared by Valerie Taylor Smith, with assistance of Cara Kaser, State Historic Preservation Office
Temporal
1910-1919
Style Period
Arts and Crafts (movement)
Work Type
architecture (object genre) built works views (visual works) exterior views dwellings houses architectural drawings (visual works) plans (orthographic projections) floor-plan drawings maps (documents)
Latitude
45.498936
Longitude
-122.734319
Location
Portland >> Clackamas County >> Oregon >> West >> United States Multnomah County >> Oregon >> West >> United States Oregon >> West >> United States United States
Street Address
5545 Southwest Sweetbriar Street
Date
1916
View Date
2009-06 2010-07
Identifier
OR_Multnomah_Portland_JacobbergerHouse.pdf
Rights
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
Rights Holder
University of Oregon
Type
Image
Format
application/pdf
Set
Building Oregon
Primary Set
Building Oregon
Institution
University of Oregon
Note
The Jacobberger Country House was the last residence of prominent Portland architect Joseph Jacobberger. Nominated to the National Register for its important association with Jacobberger, the house was designed by Jacobberger in 1916 and he lived there during the most prolific period of his career until his death in 1930. While living in the Country House, Jacobberger designed over 250 residential, commercial, and institutional buildings in Oregon and Washington, solidifying his position as one of Oregon’s great architects. The Arts and Crafts style house has excellent physical integrity and reflects the period when Jacobberger lived in the house and his prominence as an architect during the early twentieth century. Source: Oregon State Historic Preservation Office, 2011.