Terence Emmons literally wrote the book on his grandfather's architectural work around Oregon. A few weeks after it was published, Emmons realized a hometown building was one of his grandfather's historic creations — the 1890 First National Bank of Oregon in Grants Pass. It's depicted in a mural on the side of the building.
By Edith Decker of the Daily Courier
Terence Emmons searched for mention of his architect grandfather's buildings in city newspapers and records all over Oregon.
It wasn't until just after he published a book about his grandfather's work this year that he discovered one Walter Pugh building was in his own city — Grants Pass. Read More »
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