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A Travel Blog entry by drfumblefinger from Portland, Oregon, United States
... you past lots of restaurants, cafes and shopping, but also several nice attractions worth stopping to see: a) Oregon Historical Society Museum: I've always enjoyed the tales of the legendary Oregon Trail and of the thousands of settlers who ...
A Travel Blog entry by siue from Portland, Oregon, United States
... around the corner, and who I've known since his days in Buffalo... I've got an appointment to go to the Oregon Historical Society on Friday. I really hope they let me do some volunteer film archiving. It seems like the film archiving section is really ...
A Travel Blog entry by nanseaj from Troutdale, Oregon, United States
... that had been refuge for thousands of needy souls was now a liability to the country and scheduled to be demolished. The Troutdale Historical Society stepped in and waged a five-year battle to save it, however, no one came forward to buy the property ...
A Travel Blog entry by sueschubert from Portland, Oregon, United States
... insight into his own being. Following that he published poetry collections, verse plays, essays, critical articles and two historical novels, reflecting the natural beauty of India which he cherished. A sampling of ...
A Travel Blog entry by siue from PDX, United States
... etc.) Biking and transit actually seem faster... It's still up in the air if I will do moving image archiving at the Oregon Historical Society, but there is a position for me at the stills desk which I am happy about. Sean has left Microcosm so it ...
A Travel Blog entry by heavenonearth from Gering, Nebraska, United States
... told us our grandparents had lived in the area. After searching several graveyards to find the headstones, we went to the Historical Society and were amazed by all the information they provided, which included the actual obituaries & location of their ...
A Travel Blog entry by rvrladypat from Lexington, Virginia, United States
... Boy, am I glad I chose that one. First off, it's run by the US Forest Service and the Virginia Historical Society, and it's primarily about doing historical archeology, not making a recreation of what Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown looked and ...
A Travel Blog entry by kmcg52 from Victoria and Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
... eventually sold the property which was home to a military hospital, a college, and a music conservatory. Now owned by the Historical Society, it has been largely refurbished to its original splendor. No expense was spared in its construction; the wood, ...
A Travel Blog entry by teamcc from Boston mass, Massachusetts, United States
... a ride on the famous Swan boats on the Lagoon in the public gardens, did one cache-only one I have done so far, and lots more historical stuff, then back to the hotel till supper time. We walked back to China town, about a mile, and had dinner at the New ...
A Travel Blog entry by warriorwoman from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
... about leaving New Zealand before I was ready! The flight was quick and, before I knew it, I'm checked into another lovely historical property called The Grace Hotel (www.gracehotel.com.au) in downtown Sydney. Again, I press the front ...
A Travel Blog entry by jcarlso2 from Galesburg, Illinois, United States
... introduction to the comparative study of economic systems, their underlying ideological foundations and institutional arrangements. The historical and political context of various systems is analyzed along with the central organizational features of the ...
A Travel Blog entry by globedecker from Istanbul, Turkey
... to keel over or kill somebody that morning as we were walking around the historic part of the city. Ok so the obligatory historical note: Istanbul straddles one of the world's most strategic points, the Bosporus Straight. Look on a map and you will ...
A Travel Blog entry by wanderingwaltz from Tallin, Estonia
... as those in pictures she had seen. The many buildings on the grounds had been turned into a museum which gave a good historical overview. Horrific pictures were noticeably absent. Buildings cannot speak, but people's stories do, and we felt that they ...
A Travel Blog entry by la.adendorff from New York City, New York, United States
... the Empire State and Crystler buildings along the way, not to mention the Bridges! Down the West side we continued to see historical apartment buildings and beautiful monuments and parks. It was such a lovely 3 hours :) in which time I took far too many ...
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1200 SW Park Avenue, , Portland, Oregon, United States59 reviews
View the 1845 covered wagon on display as well as the Native American Basketry collection.