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Cohn-Sichel House (Portland, Oregon)
Object NameCohn-Sichel House (Portland, Oregon)
Viewexterior: north facade and north wall of garage, looking south, November 2007
Alternate NameMoses G. and Gussie Selling Sichel House (Portland, Oregon)
Sichel, Moses G. and Gussie, House (Portland, Oregon)
Cohn, S. Morton, House (Portland, Oregon)
S. Morton Cohn House (Portland, Oregon)
Creator/RoleEmil Schacht (architect, 1854-1926)
CreatorSchacht, Emil
CountryUnited States
Site Detail2205 Northwest Johnson Street
Photograph DateNovember 2007
PhotographerFrank Dixon
CatalogerEdward H. Teague
Object Typearchitecture
built works
views (visual works)
exterior views
SignficanceNational Register of Historic Places (Listed, 2008)
ReferenceBooks Hawkins, William J. and Willingham, William F. Classic Houses of Portland, Oregon 1850-1950. Portland: Timber Press, 1999. Lowenstein, Steven. The Jews of Oregon 1850-1950. Portland: Jewish Historical Society of Oregon, 1987. MacColl, E. Kimbark with Harry Stein. Merchants, Money and Power: The Portland Establishment:1843-1913. Portland: Georgian press, 1988 Sackett, Patricia Lynn, A Partial Inventory of the Work of Emil Schacht: Architect in Portland, Oregon from 1885-1926. Master's Thesis, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1990. Toll, William. The Making of An Ethnic Middle Class: Portland Jewry Over Four Generations. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982 Vaughan, Thomas and Virginia Guest Ferriday, Editors. Space, Style and Structure: Building in Northwest America. Portland, Oregon: Oregon Historical Society, 1974 Periodicals Oregonian. "S. Morton Cohn House, 22nd and Johnson." Sunday February 216, 1908 Oregonian. M. Sichel Dies, Aged 60." December 1, 1919. Oregonian. "Death Take H.H. Sichel; Store, Civic Career Active." December 29, 1953 Oregon Journal. "Herbert H. Sichel Death Notice." Nd. Oregon Journal. "Mrs. Sichel, Mother of Local Merchant, Dies." January 11, 1952. Portland Daily Abstract. "Emil Schacht, Architect, Builders contract for S. Morton Cohn House." May 27, 1907. Other Resources City of Portland Buildings Bureau microfilm and card files. Heuer, Jim. "The Emil Schacht House in Willamette Heights: The Cradle of Arts and Crafts Architecture in Portland." Unpublished working draft. Historic Resource Inventory of City of Portland. McFeeters-Krone, Amy. Nicolai-Cake-Olsen House, National Register Form, 2000. Multnomah County tax Assessor records, microfilm, automated data files and card files. 1910, 1920, 1930 Census. Polk's Business Directory, Portland, Oregon 1903-1940. Portland City Directories, 1910-1970. Portland Block Book, 1907.
Metadata NotesDescription of this work is based initially on documentation supplied by the image provider. It is often the case with gift slides that very little information is provided. Review and updating of descriptive information by the collection cataloger is ongoing.
Digital CollectionBuilding Oregon: Architecture of Oregon & the Pacific Northwest
Source CollectionOregon State Preservation Office
Image SourceOregon State Historic Preservation Office,
PublisherUniversity of Oregon Libraries
CopyrightThis image was included in the documentation to support a nomination to the National Register of Historic Places, a program of the National Park Service. The image is provided here by the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office and the University of Oregon Libraries to facilitate scholarship, research, and teaching. For other uses, such as publication, contact the State Historic Preservation Office. Please credit the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office when using this image.
File NameOR_Mult_Cohn04.jpg
Contributing InstitutionUniversity of Oregon Libraries
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