Old Friends, New Acquaintances: Artifacts from the AHC Collections

Every Thursday–Saturday
Architectural Heritage Center Buckman (Portland)
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The recent relocation of the storage of the Architectural Heritage Center’s vast collection of building artifacts in 2020 led to the “rediscovery” of some collections items that have rarely been displayed, if at all. Also on view for the first time are exciting new additions to our artifact and archival collections, kindly donated within the past few years. This exhibit shares a number of these new and fascinating acquisitions, including terra cotta lettering from the old Portland Union Stockyards, a grotesque creature that once adorned a downtown building, a slate roof shingle from the 1889 First Presbyterian Church, a railroad freight depot blueprint, and much more.


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Architectural Heritage Center

701 SE Grand Portland, OR Venue website

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