Photographs and History of early Eugene Oregon structures and locations.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Frank Dunn House, 11th and Patterson
The Dunn house stood on the northwest corner of 11th and Patterson from about 1910 until it was torn down in 1963 to make way for the Patterson apartments. It was a well designed Colonial Revival with 2 1/2-stories, columned verandas, 2nd floor balcony with oval window, and a Palladian window in the gable. Frank Dunn was a Eugene merchant having taken over the business of his Father, F.B. Dunn, an early settler in Eugene, Merchant and one time Mayor.