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Aaron B. Lerner (1921-2007) by Lee Lewis Husk

The man known as the “dean of pigmentation,” Aaron Bunsen Lerner, spent three years in Oregon doing research that proved vital in understanding mammalian skin …

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Abert Rim by Ellen Bishop

Abert Rim rises from the desert floor in southern Lake County like a giant, looming wall. It is one of the most formidable and longest …

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Abigail Scott Duniway (1834-1915) by Jean M. Ward

Outspoken and often controversial, Abigail Scott Duniway is remembered as Oregon's "Mother of Equal Suffrage" and "the pioneer Woman Suffragist of the great Northwest." As …

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Abner Hunt "A. H." Francis (c. 1812–1872) and Isaac "I. B." Francis (1798-1856) by Kenneth Hawkins

A. H. Francis, a free Black, was a merchant and activist who in 1851 opened, with his brother I. B. Francis, what became a leading …

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Abraham Lincoln Savage (1864-1950) by Frank A. Lang

At the time of his death in July 7, 1950, Abraham Lincoln Savage was considered one of Josephine County's oldest and most distinguished citizens. He …

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Absalom Barrett Hallock (c. 1822-1892) by Patricia Failing

Absalom Barrett Hallock was the first established professional architect in Portland. He designed scores of houses, churches, and civic and commercial buildings, many of the …

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Ada Hastings Hedges (1883-1980) by Ulrich H. Hardt

Ada Hastings Hedges, poetry editor Borghild Lee wrote in the March 14, 1926, Oregon Journal, “is an exquisite artist…one of the most finished poets …

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Adair Village by Richard Engeman

The city of Adair Village is located in Benton County about seven miles north of Corvallis along Highway 99W. The name is derived from Camp …

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Adalbert G. Bettman (1883 - 1964) by Sara Piasecki

Adalbert G. Bettman was one of the first physicians in the West to specialize in reconstructive plastic surgery. His pioneering techniques won him national fame, …

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Adams by William F. Willingham

Adams is a small town about thirteen miles northeast of Pendleton on Wildhorse Creek in Umatilla County. The town got its name from the homestead of …

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