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With Oregon Voices, a new permanent exhibit, the Oregon History Museum combines the technology of today with stories from the past. This interactive exhibit gives visitors a chance to explore the issues and events that shaped Oregon from 1950 forward. Throughout the exhibit, interactive touch screens allow visitors to design their own museum experience, exploring films, photographs, recordings, and digital documents from the Society’s vast collections. Guests are encouraged to add their voice by answering questions at polling stations and leaving comments about their own personal history and opinions.

 
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Presenting Sponsors

James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation

The Collins Foundation

Institute for Museum and Library Services

The Ann & Bill Swindells Charitable Trust

Ritz Family Foundation

 

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