Structure Type: built works - exhibition buildings - exposition buildings

Designers: Foster-Vogt Company, Building Contractors (firm); Foulkes and Hogue, Architects (firm); William Foster (building contractor); Edward T. Foulkes (architect); Chester J. Hogue (engineer); A. H. Vogt (building contractor)

Dates: constructed 1914-1915

San Francisco, CA

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The Oregon State Building was located on the grounds of the San Francisco Panama-Pacific International Exposition;

The Oregon State Building was known as the "Rustic Parthenon," as it was a peripteral temple supported by unpeeled logs; Architect and historian Richard Ellison Ritz noted that the Oregon State Building "...constructed of logs [was] similar to Portland's Forestry Building at the Lewis and Clark Exposition." (See Richard Ellison Ritz, Architects of Oregon, [Portland, OR: Lair Hill Publishing, 2002, p, 136.) The pavilion was awarded a prize for architecture by exposition officials.

Demolished;

PCAD id: 5835