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Shelton-McMurphey-Johnson House

The Shelton McMurphey Johnson House is Eugene, Oregon’s Victorian house museum. It is open for tours and available for rentals. On display are period furniture, glassware, and photos…

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St Peters Landmark Preservation Inc

Old St. Peter’s Landmark is an historic former Catholic church located in downtown The Dalles, Oregon. This magnificent building features Povey stained glass, a Kilgen pipe organ, Carrara…

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The National Neon Sign Museum

The National Neon Sign Museum is located in the heart of The Dalles downtown historic district. The museum captures the history, craftsmanship, and culture that shaped America, as…

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The Oregon Archaeological Society

Learn, share ideas, and participate in the historic and prehistoric archaeology of the culturally rich Pacific Northwest. A non-profit organization founded in 1951, Oregon Archaeological Society stresses the…

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The Traveling Children’s Heritage Museum

Our mission is to serve as a local resource for the education of students and the public, as to the historical and cultural heritage contained in the Upper…

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The Willamette Community and Grange Hall Historic Building Foundation

The Willamette Community and Grange Hall Historic Building Foundation mission is the restoration and maintenance of the Willamette Community and Grange Hall. The 1923 Hall which is listed…

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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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