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Lake Oswego Preservation Society

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40 Wilbur St, Lake Oswego, OR 97034-3921
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Oregon City Station93 min
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While exploring this area we stumbled across this little museum, we are very glad we did, it may be small but it is jammed packed full of history information about Lake Oswego. The staff here are friendly and full of knowledge. We like to thank you for your time and
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This intimate cottage has been rebuilt and walls decorated with local history of Lake Oswego. Lots to see and helpful staff if you have questions. I am an active member of this place.
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Response from GoodbyeHeart, Founder & President at Lake Oswego Preservation Society
Responded Jun 24, 2018
Thank you so much for your visit and your kind review of our museum. Thanks also for being a member. We're a small organization tackling big projects and every member's support counts! Marylou Colver, Founder & President
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The house, or "worker's cottage" is a tiny one from another time when tiny wasn't cool...but out of absolute necessity and modesty. That the structure is still standing is remarkable Itself. Kudos to LOPS and the city for ensuring its survival when so many old structures are
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Response from GoodbyeHeart, Founder & President at Lake Oswego Preservation Society
Responded Mar 6, 2018
Thank you so much for visiting the Society's History Center & Museum and for your kind words about the building and our exhibit. I'll pass on your praise to Rhonda as well. The Society strives for excellence in all that we do. Is there any improvement we could make which would have gained a five star rating? Thank you again! Marylou Colver, Founder & President Lake Oswego Preservation Society info@lakeoswegopreservationsociety.org
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I really enjoyed my visit to the Iron Workers Cottage in Lake Oswego. The space, although small, is in a historical cottage and has offers very accurate, educational exhibits and panels explaining the history of the first Iron Furnace in our area. The museum is set up very
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Wonderful little museum housing history and artifacts from the early days of "Old Town" Lake Oswego. Before Lake Oswego became the "tony resort community" to Portland, it was a hardscrabble innovator in turn of the century industry. Sawmills then, the first iron furnace on the
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