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Preserving Our Past for the Future

Adair Living History, Inc. (ALH) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that believes in the value and importance of a community’s history. We aim to find opportunities to help the City of Adair Village recognize, acknowledge, preserve and share the history of the town and its surrounding neighborhoods.

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Adair Living History, Inc. (ALH) believes in the value and importance of a community’s history. We aim to find opportunities to help the City of Adair Village recognize, acknowledge, preserve and share the history of the town and its surrounding neighborhoods.

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In 2010, the city of Adair Village took possession of two of the few remaining structures from the World War II-era Camp Adair cantonment. The city arranged to move the buildings; placed them on foundations; installed infrastructure; and put on new siding, new windows and new roofs. These buildings, which you can see near Highway 99W, now need to have the balance of their restoration done

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Adair Living History, Inc. Board of Directors member Mary Jamieson, will be presenting with Becky Ellis (both Timberpups), at Kennedy School, Portland, OR on March 25, 2024

Preservation of the History

Enter Adair Living History, Inc.  We are raising  the funding required to finish the interiors of the buildings and make them ready for use.

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Gordon Gilkey: The Monument Man at Oregon State College

Gordon Gilkey: The Monument Man at Oregon State College

During fall term 2023 Dr. Kara Ritzheimer’s History 310 (Historian’s Craft) students researched and wrote blog posts about OSU during WWII. The sources they consulted are listed at the end of each post. Students wrote on a variety of topics and we hope you appreciate...

Gordon Gilkey: The Monument Man at Oregon State College

Home Economics at Oregon State and WWII

During fall term 2023 Dr. Kara Ritzheimer’s History 310 (Historian’s Craft) students researched and wrote blog posts about OSU during WWII. The sources they consulted are listed at the end of each post. Students wrote on a variety of topics and we hope you appreciate...

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