Built in 1907, this museum was once the home of prominent citizens of Oregon, Mary Elizabeth Crawford and Harley Stevens. It ... More
Built in 1907, this museum was once the home of prominent citizens of Oregon, Mary Elizabeth Crawford and Harley Stevens. It still contains the original antique furnishings of both the owners and other long passed prominent citizens of this area. The classic foursquare architectural style was popular in the 1910s and '20s so tours through the museum are like taking a trip back in time to the turn of the century.
Dr. John McLoughlin is affectionately known as the "Father of Oregon." His house remains almost as it was when the
good doctor built it in 1845. Some of the original furniture and furnishings are still there, so it is ...
Created in 1892, primarily to promote visual arts, the Portland Art Museum is set up with several large and open
viewing rooms. Do not miss the Native American collection. Also check out the North Wing's Jubitz Center, which houses ...
The Bakers traveled to Oregon City, in 1846, and soon became an integral part of this area by way of
Horace Baker's trade as a stone mason. Many of Oregon City's most notable structures were created from his basalt ...