Category Archives: Oregon Historical Society

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“Oregon Voice” wins 2013 Leadership in History Award of Merit

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We would like to congratulate Marsha Matthews and the Oregon Historical Society on winning the 2013 Leadership in History Award of Merit by the American Association of State and Local History for the exhibit Oregon Voices. The AASLH Leadership in History Awards is the nation’s most prestigious competition for recognition of achievement in state and local history. […]

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Oregon Voices: Change and Challenge in Modern Oregon History

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Wow, it’s been a big spring so far! We’re very excited to announce our latest opening, Oregon Voices: Change and Challenge in Modern Oregon History at the Oregon Historical Society This 4,000 sq. ft. permanent exhibit opened to the public June 6, 2012.  The exhibit is a multimedia rich exploration and celebration of contemporary life […]

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OHS – Post-War Gallery opens

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Here’s a few scenes from the recent upgrade of the conclusion gallery of the Oregon My Oregon exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society.  The gallery has just underwent a change to better serve as a transition to the new permanent exhibit Oregon Voices opening this summer.Oregon Voices focuses on post war Oregon issues right up […]

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AAID Designed Exhibits play supporting role in “Portlandia”

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  We were pretty excited to discover that the cult hit comedy show “Portlandia” had used the exhibits we designed at the Oregon Historical Society as a backdrop for this very funny sketch. We are even more excited that they’ve agree to let us use a clip from this in our Oregon Culture video in […]

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Oregon Historical Society – Community Involvement at its Finest!

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Progress photos of the tear drop trailer being built for the new exhibit Oregon: Yours, Mine, Ours.  Oregonian vintage trailer enthusiast Dennis Caron has volunteered his labor to produce this spectacular reproduction of a vintage tear drop trailer for the Outdoor Recreation display in our new exhibit at the Oregon Historical Society.  Thank you Dennis!

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