[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2012-05-31
heritage.info at state.or.us
Thu May 31 08:55:40 PDT 2012
In this Issue:
1. Medford’s Holly Theatre Set to Restage
2. State Archives Seeking Beach Images for Blue Book
3. Old Days of Oregon Live Again at Flora School
MEDFORD’S HOLLY THEATRE SET TO RESTAGE
For five decades the Holly Theatre served as one of downtown Medford’s
main attractions, but by 1986 the theatre couldn’t compete with smaller
multiplexes and it closed. But now it's coming back. Read how a local
foundation with assistance from the Medford Urban Renewal Agency is
restoring the Holly Theatre and what event brought over 1,000 people to
the Holly last month on Oregon Heritage Exchange at
http://www.oregonheritage.wordpress.com/ ) .
STATE ARCHIVES SEEKING BEACH IMAGES FOR BLUE BOOK
The State Archives is looking for images related to the history of
Oregon's beaches, the 1913 Open Beaches act and the 1967 Beach Bill for
the upcoming edition of the Oregon Blue Book’s color section. Of
particular interest are colorful and unusual images of the beaches;
those related to Governor Oswald West’s designation of beaches as
“public highways”; and images and memorabilia depicting the 1967
Beach Bill campaign. The time frame for this project is June 1-June 29.
Print versions of the Blue Book have featured a different themed color
section of a uniquely Oregon topic since 1999, with images provided by
many of the state's history organizations. The topic for the 2013-14
edition is the Oregon concept of public beaches from the 1913 Open
Beaches act to the Beach Bill of 1967. Past topics for the Blue Book
color section have included Women's Suffrage in Oregon, Oregon's Century
Farms, and the 1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition.
To discuss items you have and wish to contribute, contact Managing
Editor, Julie Yamaka by phone at (503) 378-5199 or email high resolution
digital images to julie.a.yamaka at state.or .
OLD DAYS OF OREGON LIVE AGAIN AT FLORA SCHOOL
Days of old come once again to Flora School from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., June
16 at 82744 College Lane in Enterprise. Listen to old-time music as
volunteers present pioneer-era skills including candle making for
children, weaving, basket making and spinning, wagon wheel construction,
soap, rope, bread and butter making, Dutch oven and wood cook stove
For more information call (541) 828-7700 (school phone) or 541.828.7010
(message phone) or email volunteers at floraschool.org .
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