In this issue: Discover how you can explore Oregon history online while OHS’s museum and research library are temporarily closed; Updates on the research library renovation — plus new additions to OHS Digital Collections; A history lesson on the 1918–1919 influenza pandemic and its parallels to today.
In this issue: A behind the scenes look at our new permanent exhibition, Experience Oregon; Research Library exhibit highlights newly digitized Portland General Electric Photograph Collection; OHS honored with “Friends of Oregon Black Pioneers Award”; Announcing the Jin & Julieann Park Plaza
In this issue: Research Library receives first-ever LSTA Project of the Year Award from the State Library; Racing to Change Civil Rights exhibit on view through June 24; Oregon History Makers Dinner turns 10 years old; Public programs commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act
In this issue: High Hopes exhibit celebrates the JFK Centennial; New Digital Collections website provides broad access to photos, manuscripts, and oral histories; Caroline Kennedy comes to Portland September 19; OHS announces FORWARD! capital campaign
In this issue: OHS Opens History Hub, a New Permanent Exhibition for Youth and Families; Interview with Portland Hip-Hop Documentary Filmmaker Michael T. Agnew; Tom McCall Digital Exhibit Featured on the Oregon History Project
In this issue: Multnomah County Levy Passes at 71%; Play Ball! Baseball’s Magna Carta Opens July 1; Research Library Receives Mercedes Deiz Collection; Oregon Artists Showcased in Comic City, USA; OHQ Announces Fall Migrations Symposium
In this issue: A new & improved look for OHS.org; Research Library opens exhibit on activist Marie Equi; History Makers Dinner breaks fundraising record; 2016 Hatfield Historians series features best-selling authors Candice Millard & Daniel James Brown