December 15, 2014 – May 10, 2015
Portland General Electric is a recognized leader in the utility industry and has safely and dependably powered northwest Oregon since 1889. Today, PGE focuses on providing reliable electricity supplies while continuing to be good stewards of Oregon’s environment. Working with Portland General Electric and the board of the Frank Shrives Memorial Electrical Power Museum, this exhibition will feature the photographs, papers, ephemera and artifacts gathered by PGE over the years to tell the important story of this institution.
Presented by the Oregon Black Pioneers
February 1 – April 26, 2015
A Community on the Move is a groundbreaking exhibit about the courage and persistence of Portland’s black residents in the 1940s and early 1950s. This interactive exhibit will engage visitors of all ages and backgrounds as it traces how the WWII shipyards, migration from the South, the Vanport flood, and urban renewal projects affected Portland’s black families and businesses.
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