Kerry Tymchuk talked about some of Oregon’s landmark legislation, and the people behind it.
C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2017 LCV Cities Tour” in Portland, Oregon, from May 6-12 to feature the history and literary life of the community.
Book Oregon’s Landmark Legislation Today!
Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the Samuel S. Johnson Foundation, all OHS traveling exhibitions are free to rent through 2022 (usually $250 per month plus shipping).
Other rental details include:
Insurance: Coverage of $20,560 is required.
Shipping: Exhibition may be picked up and dropped off at the Oregon Historical Society or shipped by courier.
Size: The exhibition includes 16 panels that can be displayed as wall-mounted or table-top. Each panel is 32" high X 64" long X 1" deep.
Weight: The exhibit includes eight cases that weigh 55 lbs. each.
Interested in booking Oregon’s Landmark Legislation? Please contact Tara Cole, Museum Services Coordinator, at 503.306.5223 or firstname.lastname@example.org for rental inquiries.
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Exhibit Content Developers
Dr. Stephen Dow Beckham
Erica Stevenson Boyne
Exhibitor Resource Links
Oregon Department of Forestry offers limited resources but is committed to helping spread the word about fire prevention, forest health and the history of Oregon’s forests.
Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation provides personnel and programs with slides and hands-on materials related to forests.
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality website includes information on recycling and the history of the DEQ.
Bureau of Land Management, Oregon/Washington provides a history of land management including tribal land management.
U.S. Forest Service offers a kids activity page: that features ideas for “Backyard Conservation,” “Gardening,” and “NatureWatch” among others.
Smokey the Bear has a website and resources including a K-2 Teacher’s Guide and a Smokey Bear Activity Book.
Lead a student activity, chosen from a list of ideas
Generously Sponsored by:
Special Thanks to the Following Contributors to this Exhibit
- City of Portland Archives
- North Portland Multimedia Center
- The Oregonian Archives
- Oregon Historical Society Davies Family Research Library
- Oregon State University Archives
- Portland State University Rutherford Collection
- Thomas Robinson