GEORGE FOOTE DUNHAM Edit Profile
He began architectural study in Chicago at the Armour Institute (now the Illinois Institute of Technology), and was graduated in 1900.
He continued his training while employed as a draftsman with the late S. S Beman in Chicago. In 1908 Mr. Dunham moved to Portland, Ore., where he established an architectural office and continued practice for twenty years. During that period he acquired a reputation in designing Christian Science churches, the most important of which were:- the Second and Fourth Churches at Portland; at Seattle the Third and Fourth; the First Church of Christ Scientist at Victoria, B.C., the Second Church at Spokane, Wash., and the Sixth Church at St. Louis, Mo.
In 1924 Mr. Dunham left the west coast for Florida and during the rest of his life maintained a residence and office at Orlando.
Member of Portland Architectural Club, 1913; Treasurer, American Institute of Architects, Oregon Chapter, 1925.
- S. S Beman