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Architectural Heritage Center [OR]

The Center is a nonprofit resource center and showcase for historic preservation. It offers a wide range of education programs and exhibits to help people appreciate, restore, and maintain vintage properties. The Center includes two exhibition galleries, two classrooms, workshop space, a library, collections storage spaces and the Foundation's offices. Its exhibits display artifacts from its extensive collection of architectural hardware, fixtures, and other objects.

The center offers exhibits, lectures, tours, and other educational and recreational programs.

 
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