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Linn-Benton Community College Foundation

The LBCC Foundation was formed in 1972, just five years following the establishment of the college. The founding Board of Trustees envisioned that private individuals and organizations would…

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Northwest History Network

The Northwest History Network is a non-profit corporation registered with the State of Oregon committed to expanding the understanding of history and culture through collaboration, professional development &…

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Oregon Friends of C.G. Jung

The purpose of the Oregon Friends of C. G. Jung (OFCGJ) is to further the knowledge of and interest in Jungian psychology in the state of Oregon. OFCGJ…

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Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health

Explore the history of mental illness and its treatments through the collections of Oregon’s historic State Hospital (Oregon Insane Asylum). The 130-year-old hospital was once used to film…

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Salem Riverfront Carousel

Salem’s Riverfront Carousel was handcrafted between 1995-2001 and is distinctly Oregon themed with various State symbols as part of its artistic attraction. All of the items, including the…

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Santiam Heritage Foundation Inc

The Santiam Heritage Foundation, Inc. is restoring the historic 1903 Charles & Martha Brown House. Located at First & High Streets in Stayton, Oregon, the Brown House is…

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Vanport Placemarking Project

The Vanport Placemarking Project’s mission it to preserve the history of Vanport. The Project will create historic markers and an interpretive center to honor the significant structural, natural…

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Wren Community Club

Mission statement: “To foster community spirit and provide a building for community activities.” In the late 1930’s members of the Wren Community Club (WCC) built a community building…

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