Justice for Justus: The Lost and Forgotten Architecture of Justus Krumbein
Justus Krumbein, a German Immigrant and one of Oregon’s most notable 19th century architects arrive in Portland in 1871. His three-decade career included designs for the second State Capitol and some of Portland’s most elaborate commercial and residential architecture. His Kamm and Ladd Block work is a prominent feature in AHC’s current exhibit “Parting Shots: Minor White’s Images of Portland, 1938-1942.
Admission: $12 Members; $20 General Public
701 SE Grand Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97214