Male, born 03/21/1878, died 04/04/1944

Associated with the firms network

Whitehouse and Church, Architects; Whitehouse and Fouilhoux, Architects; Whitehouse and Honeyman, Architect and Engineer

Professional History

Draftsman, Rolph H. Miller, Architect, Portland, OR, Summer 1897; Partner, Whitehouse and [Bruce] Honeyman, Architect and Engineer, Portland, OR, 1908-1909; Partner, [Edgar M.] Lazarus, Whitehouse and [Jacques Andre] Fouilhoux, Architects, Portland, OR, 1909-1910; Partner, Whitehouse and Fouilhoux, Architects, Portland, OR, 1910-1919; Principal, Morris H. Whitehouse, Architect, Portland, OR, 1919-1926; Partner, Morris H. Whitehouse and Associates, 1926-1932, with elevation of office employees Glenn Stanton and Walter Church as Associates; Partner, Whitehouse, Stanton and Church, Architects, Portland, OR, 1932-1935; Partner, Whitehouse and Church, 1935-1941; Partner, Whitehouse, Church, [Earl P.] Newberry and [Frank G.] Roehr, Architects, Portland, OR, 1942-1944;

Whitehouse retroactively received Oregon Architect's license #5 in 1919; Member, Oregon State Board of Architectural Examiners, 1919-1930;


B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, 1896-1897, 1902-1905;

First awardee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Guy Lowell Traveling Scholarship, for a year of travel at the American Academy in Rome, Italy.


His father, Benjamin Gardner Whitehouse, (born in Boston, MA), a very early settler to Portland, OR, came to work for the Portland Water Company in 1859. His mother was Clara Bradley Homans Whitehouse (born in Vassalboro, ME).

Associated Locations

  • Portland, OR (Architect's Birth)
    Portland, OR

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PCAD id: 3444