Anne Hall, a California native, moved to Lincoln City in 1993. After working as a Librarian for the Tillamook Bay Community College, she was asked to design and outfit a new research library for the North Lincoln County Historical Museum. In 2001 she was hired as the museum’s Curator. Her work as Director started in 2004 with the design and construction of new exhibits for an expanded and remodeled museum building. Ms. Hall has a B.A. in Management and Organizational Leadership from George Fox University and earned her MA from Emporia State Kansas in Library and Information Sciences.
Early in the twentieth century, a string of small beach towns with their own distinctive characters grew up in north Lincoln County. Decades later, five of the towns—Taft, Oceanlake, Delake, Nelscott, and Cutler City—consolidated to form Lincoln City. Taft originated as the allotment of Sissie Johnson (1859-1931) and Jakie …