A. E. Doyle

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Albert Ernest Doyle (1877 - 1928) was a Portland architect, notable for his own designs of Portland landmarks, and for employing a young Pietro Belluschi in his office. His career in architecture began in 1893 when he started an apprenticeship with the firm of Whidden & Lewis.

Doyle's designs include: