A. E. Doyle at Reed

August 23 – November 2013
Library Flat Cases

A. E. Doyle (1877-1928), perhaps the most important Portland architect, designed the iconic first buildings at Reed–Eliot Hall and the Old Dorm Block. Anna Mann, Prexy, the Student Union, and the Woodstock Houses followed soon after. Appointed to the Reed Board of Regents in 1919, he was integral to campus history until his death. Reed acquired his architectural library in the 1990s.