Henry L. Corbett House, 1910

Henry Ladd Corbett built this fine house at 253 W. Park (old address numbering system). The property covered the entire south half of the block between SW Park and 10th, Main and Madison Streets (this view looks west from Park). The 1925 Mark Building (formerly Masonic Temple) now covers the site. This home was just a few blocks from grandfather Henry Winslow Corbett’s home (see yesterday’s post).

(University of Oregon Libraries)

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3 Responses to “Henry L. Corbett House, 1910”

  1. Jim Says:

    The third floor balcony is an interesting feature. It kind of looks like an elephant howdah.

  2. chuck Says:

    Wow! I love those old houses.

  3. Cynthia Gage Says:

    sometimes ballrooms were on the third floor
    Cynthia Gage

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