Amy Porter Rapp
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Amy Katherine Porter Rapp (December 15, 1908 – June 19, 2002) was an American architect from Oregon. She worked primarily in Portland on residences and congregational churches.
In 1919, her family moved to Portland, Oregon where she attended Grant High School before going to the University of Oregon. Rapp graduated from the School of Architecture in 1931. She reflects on her time at the University of Oregon, noting a campus visit from Frank Lloyd Wright, providing critiques of student projects. The same year she graduated, 1931, she married Lee Rapp, a fellow University of Oregon graduate in geology.
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