Indian Head Door, Timberline Lodge

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Indian Head Door, Timberline Lodge - click on photo for larger image.
The storm door on the ground floor level is called the Indian Head Door, named for the carving set in the door. The other side of the door has the initials of the architects and builders carved in it. Note that the door handle is an arrow. Also check out the hinges. All the hardware for the lodge was custom hand-made for it by WPA workers in a shop in Portland. Behind Julie through the storm door you can see the stained wood double doors leading into the lodge.


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